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Jai Gangaajal | Bollywood Crime Thriller Movie Reviews

Making a movie is a risky business. Sometimes you may have good content and yet the movie may not do well due to various reasons. On the contrary sometimes you may deliver a commercially successful film despite of it not being that good at content. And that is correct for other businesses as well. There are a few filmmakers, who, ... Read More »

Detective Byomkesh Bakshy | Bollywood Film Reviews

Sharadindu Bandyopadhyay was highly inspired by the fictional detective Sherlock Holmes and his aide John Watson (creation of famous British author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle). His inspiration lead him to create Byomkesh Bakshi, a detective who loves himself to be called Satyanveshi (the seeker of the truth), and his aide Ajit Kumar Banerjee. The original writings by Sharadindu Bandyopadhyay is ... Read More »

Hero | 2015 Hindi Film | Bollywood Movie | Personal Reviews

Movie remaking should be allowed or not, is a million dollar question (literally:)). Let us talk only in the aspects of Indian films, specifically Bollywood movies. At one end we see some movie disasters like “Ram Gopal Verma Ki Aag” (remake of “Sholay”) and “Zanzeer” (remake of “Zanzeer” starring Amitabh Bachchan and Pran); on the other end there are films ... Read More »

Shamitabh | Hindi Film | Bollywood Movie Reviews

Shamitabh movie poster

Acting is a very specific art. You need to pretend doing things very convincingly which you may not do in your real life. If you are good at doing so, you are definitely a legend. Sometimes you need to look tired when you are actually very fresh, you need to smile when you are going through sad moments, you need ... Read More »

Badlapur | Hindi Film | Bollywood Movie Reviews

Badlapur - Movie Poster

Revenge is a very scary thing. You cannot think of leaving the demon unpunished and if you punish him/her you will eventually find that you are stripped down to his/her level. Probably, this is the philosophy – the great epic – The Mahabharat (aka The Mahabharata) tries telling us. Probably that is the reason – forgiving – is considered the ... Read More »