Monday , September 25 2017

Viceroy’s House Review

Rating:   “New nations are rarely born in peace. Every moment we debate brings more violence.”   Set in 1947, the Indian subcontinent is about to gain freedom after three centuries of British rule. To oversee effective transition of civilian authorities and military power, a new Viceroy has been appointed, …

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Logan Lucky Review

Rating:   “Is it 20 or is it 30? We are dealing with science here!”   Just when you thought that Edgar Wright delivered a wonderful modern, stylish & cool heist thriller of the year with ‘Baby Driver’, comes ‘Logan Lucky’ by one of the finest directors of our generation, …

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Interview with Amma Meri Director Tarun Jain

Tarun Jain   Cinema has always fascinated Tarun for the sheer reason that one could create something new, exciting & challenging. Hailing from Delhi, he started his journey in films as a chief assistant director to Sidharth Srinivasan in the feature ‘Pairon Talle ‘(Soul of Sand). That was his first …

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IT is one scary fare you wouldn’t want to miss!

  Rating:   “Tasty, tasty, beautiful fear.”   Set in late ‘80s, a group of foul-mouthed teens while on their summer holidays investigate the disappearance of some of their friends. Sounds like a Spielberg movie or Stranger Things? Well wait. After a mysterious encounter with Pennywise the dancing clown, which …

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Big Sick Review

    Rating:  “Can you imagine a world in which we end up together?”   Kumail (Kumail Nanjiani), a Pakistani in Chicago tries to abalance his life while serving as a Uber driver by day and stand-up comedian by night. One night on his show he is amused by someone …

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The Quintessential Indie Film Maker

  Aneek Chaudhari is a quintessential Indie Film maker, as indie as it can get. Right from making the film to distributing it, he does it all by himself and with considerable success. His film ‘Streer Potro’ (Wife’s Letter) was screened at Cannes this year and he managed to rope …

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