First episode of Split Screen Podcast, where we compare film remakes to its original material. Listen and Subscribe for all the latest episodes.
Priyanka Chopra in ‘Quantico’ is a big deal for South Asians but not unprecedented. Especially given the show is not great to begin with. Read on to find out why the show is undeserving of any praise.
November 2015 sees a good collection of films from family friendly to complete dramatic thrillers. Check out all the trailers and let me know which one you’re most excited about.
‘Jazbaa’, supposedly Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s come back movie, would’ve been better suited with anyone but her in the lead role. Check out my Spoiler-free Movie Review, and see how I think woud’ve been better in the role.
‘Fear The Walking Dead’, a spin off to the successful AMC show, bites off a chunk of the universe and makes it own mark felt, subtly. Check out My Season 1 Review for more.
A new song from Salman Khan’s ‘Prem Ratan Dhan Payo’, shows us how it’s like every other Barjatya movie ever made before. Read on and share which other Barjatya song this reminds you of.
‘Tamasha’ is the newest Ranbir Kapoor movie, after 3 flops in a row. Will this be his comeback? Read on and let me know if you still have faith in the young Kapoor.
‘Dil Dhadakne Do’ features some of the best depictions of women’s characters in Bollywood, ever. Take a look at my elaborate rant and let me know if you agree or disagree.
‘Angry Indian Goddesses’ is India’s first all female drama, making its word premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2015. Read on to find out more about the film before it’s world release.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan returns to Bollywood after 5 years, in a movie that seems too out of her depth. Check out the trailer for ‘Jazbaa’ and see why I think it won’t help her career.
With the upcoming release of ‘Hero’ a remake of an older film, I take a look at other times that Bollywood has remade it’s own films. Be sure to let me know if I missed any others.
September 2015 sees a lot of mediocre films, and some quiet surprises that are releasing with little to no fan fare. Check out all the Trailer of this month, and see which are worth watching.
Will Bollywood see a surge of ‘based on a true story’ movies, the most dramatic one of which will be ‘Talvar’. See why this movie is going to be worth a watch.
Movie Review: BAJRANGI BHAIJAAN (2015) – Heartwarmingly Virtuous But Never Preachy Or Self Indulgent
‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ is one of the better movies of this year, with enough laughs & emotion to be a true family entertainer. Check out the Spoiler-free Review here & share your thoughts.
Arjun Kapoor & Kareena Kapoor Khan cast in R. Balki’s next movie about gender roles.
‘Shaandaar’ is a unique family wedding film from the director of ‘Queen’, and a true family affair, both on and off the screen. Check out the Trailer and see why I think it’s worth a watch.
‘Brothers’ is a poor remake of ‘Warrior’, stripping away everything that was unique, in favour of a more stylized Bollywood version that is unnecessarily Bollywood. Check out the Spoiler-free Review.
‘Dolly Ki Doli’ is a light hearted story about a con-bride swindling newly married husbands out of their cash. A flawed film, but short enough to still be enjoyable. Check out my Spoiler-free Review.
‘Phantom’ sees director Kabir Khan tackle an action packed political thriller based on a real world massacre in India. Another entry in Bollywood growing list of spy thriller movies.
Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s long awaited ‘Bajirao Mastani’ comes to life on the screen after 10 years in development hell, and running through almost every single actor and actress within the Bollywood Industry. The stunning dialogue-less trailer is aimed to leave the audience speechless.