Wrong Side Raju Movie Review: Amdavad Hustler

Raju is a name synonymous with a simpleton who wants to make it big in the world, be it Raju from Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman or Raj from Awara. It is interesting that Raju in the film Wrong Side Raju wants to make it big not in Mumbai or Delhi, but in his own city of Ahmedabad.Continue reading “Wrong Side Raju Movie Review: Amdavad Hustler”

Writer & lyricist Niren Bhatt excited for his ​next​ Gujarati film Wrong Side Raju

Niren Bhatt, who shot to fame with his much applauded tv show, Tarak Mehta ka Ulta Chasma and his first Gujarati film,Bey Yaar, is all geared up for his second script coming to life on the silver screen – Wrong Side Raju.

Bhatt who is a postgraduate in MTech and an MBA, left the security of his corporate job to pursue his passion for writing. The love for writing was cultivated through the early days under his maternal uncle. Bhatt shares, “I started as early as writing musical plays for my school and college, which won various awards at the local, state and national levels for both the script and the songs. I also wrote songs with my uncle Vinay Dave, we soon became a lyricist jodi and came up with many Gujarati albums.”Continue reading “Writer & lyricist Niren Bhatt excited for his ​next​ Gujarati film Wrong Side Raju”

Wrong Side Raju: Trailer

Wrong Side Raju PosterWrong Side Raju  is a forthcoming Gujarati film directed by Mikhil Musale. The film is about a hit and run case.  Produced jointly by CineMan Productions and Phantom Films, this marks Phantom’s entry into Gujarati cinema. The film stars Pratik Gandhi, Asif Basra, Kavi Shastri, Hetal Puniwala, Kimberley Louisa McBeath. Written by Mikhil Musale, Niren Bhatt and Karan Vyas, the film has music by Sachin-Jigar. Tribhuvan Babu is the DOP while Cheragh Todiwala is the editor.Continue reading “Wrong Side Raju: Trailer”

Amit Sahni Ki List Movie Review : A Refreshing Rom-Com That Could Have Been Great

Sometimes, big surprises come in small packages. But no, Amit Sahni Ki List in not one of those. It is a small surprise in a small package, while it could have been this year’s go-to romantic comedy. What saves it from this honor is a lack of courage in its makers to go the full hog. Yet, this little film is constantly endearing and wisecrack, which makes it thoroughly watchable and enjoyable. To add to that, its the phenomenally talented Vir Das doing a leading role for the first time. Once I had seen the film, I texted another friend that I just got done with it and she replied back saying what film is that. Yes, that is the kind of word which is out in the market for this film, sadly. Continue reading “Amit Sahni Ki List Movie Review : A Refreshing Rom-Com That Could Have Been Great”