Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara Trailer Review

Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara

This time over, in Zindagi Na Miilegi Dobara, Zoya Akhtar decides to go for a boys’ story, unlike her debut “Filhaal” (which was a BO dud, by the way) and her last outing “Luck By Chance”. Thankfully and unlike her first two attempts, it seems like this one may very well turn out to be watchable. The cast of Zindagi Na Miilegi Dobara is interesting. The very nice-on-the-eyes … [Read more...]

Bhindi Bazaar Inc. Preview and Trailer

Bhindi Bazaar Inc poster

Bhindi Bazaar Inc. is a movie which talks about the underbelly of the city – the places which harbor petty criminals and which provide feeding grounds to several would be criminals. For those who don’t know, Bhindi Bazaar is a place in Mumbai, densely populated, crowded and on the whole a mess. It is a part of the city which has not actually moved on with the times and you can … [Read more...]

My Friend Pinto Movie Preview

My Friend Pinto

Get ready to say hello to My Friend Pinto this summer, yet another film featuring the talented young star Prateik Babbar. Directed by Raaghav Dar and produced by Sanjay Leela Bhansali Films, My Friend Pinto will be Prateik’s third movie in 2011 after Dhobi Ghat and Dum Maro Dum. It will be the first film with him in focus though. Starring alongside him is Kalki Koechlin. In … [Read more...]

Bheja Fry 2 Trailer Review

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Bheja Fry was a small budget film that nobody has expected to succeed and which eventually everyone ended up watching and liking. Now to cash in upon the brand value, we have it sequel which has one essential ingredient in place – Vinay Pathak, except for him, there seems to be nothing in the Bheja Fry 2 trailer that is reminiscent of the prequel. Anyways, as is visible in … [Read more...]

Critics Give a Thumbs Up to Shor in the City

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The Hindi movie viewer is spoilt for choice this weekend, and another Bollywood offering this last weekend of April, is Shor in the City. Mumbai the city, with its contradictions and complexities has been the leitmotif for a number of recent Bollywood films, such as Dhobi Ghat (which incidentally is Mumbai Diaries in the original English version)  and Once Upon a Time in … [Read more...]