Viceroy’s House: Trailer

viceroys-houseViceroy’s House is an upcoming British-Indian historical drama film directed by Gurinder Chadha and written by Paul Mayeda Berges, Moira Buffini, and Chadha. The film stars Hugh Bonneville, Gillian Anderson, Manish Dayal, Huma Qureshi, Om Puri, Sarah Jane-Dias, Neeraj Kabi etc. It is a tale that depicts the  inside life of the Viceroy’s House in 1947 during the Partition of India. The music of the film is composed by A.R.Rahman.Continue reading “Viceroy’s House: Trailer”

Angry Indian Goddesses Movie Review: The Ladies on a Roll!

 Normally when you are going through tough times you may get into a shell, not wanting to reach out even to people who really matter to you and care for you. But when it’s a moment of great joy and happiness you don’t usually do that right? Generally by and large we like having people around us during our special moments, people who really matter to us. It’s also a time when people get to unwind and go back in time, as they tend to relive their past days of glory. That’s why weddings make no sense unless you are surrounded by really genuine friends of yours, people who have stood by you during days of gloom and bloom alike. We only tend to think of naughty bachelors/bachelorette parties when it comes to weddings when friends are coming over, but isn’t there something which goes beyond that? Why am I mentioning all this? Well when I’m about to share my take on Pan Nalin’s Angry Indian Goddesses there’s no way I can start any other way :).Continue reading “Angry Indian Goddesses Movie Review: The Ladies on a Roll!”

O Teri Movie Review : Good choice of subjects dont always lead to good films

O Teri is a film where credit roll begins with ‘Salman Khan Presents’. Clearly, the signal was out loud and vivid, and I should have taken caution. But the self-proclaimed cinema lover that I am, I sat through the enlightening 107 minutes of the film. Bad songs, bad promos but a likable male lead, Pulkit Samrat, is probably the reason I went for O Teri, apart from a duty to watch every film that releases.Continue reading “O Teri Movie Review : Good choice of subjects dont always lead to good films”

Panjaa Movie Review : The Powerstar Show

Pawan Kalyan's PanjaaLast year was one of the worst for Telugu film heroes commercially with Mahesh Babu’s Khaleja, Ram Charan’s Orange and Pawan Kalyan’s Komaram Puli biting the dust at B.O. The common factor among all mentioned films was that telugu film industry had great hopes with movies and heroes but these productions were not only delayed but went over budget; causing huge losses to producers and all stars came under fire from all quarters. Result was Ram Charan-Dharani’s expensive movie being shelved as Chiranjeevi himself felt that such a budget was difficult to recover its investment. Stars themselves promised to complete the shoot on time and not sign more than one film in a year as evident this year when Mahesh Babu released Dookudu in October and it went on become one of the biggest hits and completed his next film The Business Man in 5 months, which is up for release in Jan 2012.While Pawan Kalyan did a remake of Love Aaj Kal in Telugu as Teen Maar earlier this year.Continue reading “Panjaa Movie Review : The Powerstar Show”

Panjaa- Trailer

Pawan Kalyan's PanjaaPawan Kalyan has one of the most loyal fan following in Telugu Cinema. Irrespective of whatever the result of his previous movie at B.O, his fans are always excited to  watch his next movie.And bearing testimony to this  fact is the extraordinary opening his films command at B.O.Panjaa recently made news when it’s first teaser was watched by 3 lakh + people in a span of 48 hours.Continue reading “Panjaa- Trailer”