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...]

Music of Aisha – A Spellbinding Score from Amit Trivedi

Amit Trivedi - Aisha's Music Composer

With Aisha releasing in a few days, Amit Trivedi is shining as the new star on the Bollywood music scene. Every new music album of his is awaited with breathless anticipation. Comparisons with[intlink id="1368" type="post"]A R Rahman[/intlink] are inevitable, since there is the same sense of excitement when his music is about to be released. [ad#post] Combine Amit Trivedi's … [Read more...]

Aisha – A Hindi Adaption of ‘Emma’

aisha hindi movie

Come 6th August and hindi movie buffs will have another Sonam Kapoor movie to enjoy. ‘Aisha’, is a desi adaptation of Jane Austen’s book Emma. It marks the foray into Bollywood of Anil Kapoor’s younger daughter, Rhea Kapoor, albeit as a producer. Directed by Rajshree Ojha, the film stars the elder Kapoor sibling, Sonam, in the lead role of Aisha. Cast opposite her is the … [Read more...]

Movie Review: Road, Movie

Based on a script that was an official favorite at the L’Atelier du Cannes in 2006, ‘Road, Movie’ is directed by Dev Benegal and produced by Ross Katz & Susan B. Landau. It is a slow but decent attempt made by he makers based in US. The movie has its own positives and negatives, and more oft it is negative! The masala movie lovers would tend to sleep all these 95 minutes … [Read more...]

Sneak Preview: Road, Movie

Based on a script that was an official favorite at the L’Atelier du Cannes in 2006, ‘Road, Movie’ is directed by Dev Benegal and produced by Ross Katz and Susan B. Landau. These US based producers have mapped the entire Indian terrain, from deserts to the sea as beautifully as they can. It is a 95 minute feature that has gained enough accolades from the audiences at the Toronto … [Read more...]