‘Kill Dil’ is a fun Bollywood take on spaghetti Westerns that amuses, excites and is very enjoyable to watch.
Trailer Talk takes a look at the mostly indie movie heavy releases of Bollywood this month, and offers insight into which is worth it.
Taking a look at Homosexuality in Bollywood with some mainstream Indian actors who have played homosexual roles in Bollywood movies.
‘Dawaat-E-Ishq’ fails in every possible way and breaks the streak of progressive romantic Yash Raj has been releasing.
First Look of Manoj Bajpayee as a homosexual professor in an acclaimed director’s ‘Aligarh’ based on a true story.
Split Screen takes a look at the first look of the Bollywood version of ‘Warrior’ starring Joel Edgerton & Tom Hardy.
Celebrating the success of ‘Badlapur’ here are 5 more Bollywood actors who have reinvented themselves for a movie role.
Slim pickins’ for Bollywood in March 2015 as mostly B-grade films dominate the release calendar, while one film stands out.
My reaction, response and request to all offended by the AIB Knockout
Comparing Francise Ford Coppola’s legendary epic with a Bollywood remake of it almost 30 years later in this ‘Split Screen’ feature.
Take a look at the releases from Bollywood for February 2015!
A dizzying trailer for ‘Roy’ leaves one with a jumble of possibilities regarding the movie and it’s plot.
‘Dhoom 3’ is a splintered movie that would’ve benefitted from not being part of a flawed franchise.
‘Mardaani’ may be one of the rarest examples of progression towards gender equality in Bollywood.
The last Trailer Talk of the year focuses on the very few Bollywood movies releasing in December 2014
“The Lunchbox” is a simple story of respect and admiration that blossom into a relationship rarely featured in an Indian movie.
Trailer Talk looks at some interesting and innovative Bollywood releases for November 2014.
It’s an unexpected surprise to see Shah Rukh Khan mocking himself by satiting all his previous roles in Rohit Shetty’s CHENNAI EXPRESS.
A simple story about one flawed man and his attempt at looking at life in a different way is what ANKHON DEKHI is all about.
Split Screen compares the Hollywood blockbuster KNIGHT AND DAY with it’s official Bollywood remake in BANG BANG.