‘Tamasha’ starts out as a story about unfulfilled desires, but somehow becomes about a man violently reacting to his own life.
Tagged: Ranbir Kapoor
See how the latest trailer for ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ completely sells me on the latest Karan Johar directed film.
The teaser for Karan Johar’s next directorial is surprisingly underwhelming, despite the star power and massively high interest among audiences.
‘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.
Trailer Talk takes a look at the busy month of May 2015 and all the Bollywood releases from awkward comedies to epic blockbusters.
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.
A list of Bollywood actors playing themselves in movies, with hilarious results.
Split Screen casts the lead brother pair for RAM LAKHAN remake of one of Bollywood’s classics.
Ranbir Kapoor is set to play the veteran Sanjay Dut in a biopic helmed MUNNABHAI director Rajkumar Hirani.
A comedy film which dates itself by boasting of all the bad things that Bollywood left behind in the 90`s.
‘Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani’ is an original Bollywood love story that breaks conventions, while still containing elements of a commercial film. Check out my Movie Review & share your thoughts.
Making predictions and Trailer Talking about Bollywood movies releasing on October 2013.
My movie review of the exceptionally entertaining and innovatively made BARFI, with controversial ‘homages’ but an over all unique story.
Films like BREAK KE BAAD are what puts the Bollywood industry back years in terms of progress when it comes to telling good stories, love stories even…
Rajneeti is a political thriller from Bollywood that falls a little flat, but still enjoyable.
Despite its commercial look and feel, I honestly thought within the first 10 minutes of ANJAANA ANJAANI, that it too would be a morbidly funny movie. I was ever so wrong.