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Inside Edge Review: Amazon Prime

Cast: Richa Chaddha, Vivek Oberoi, Angad Bedi, Tanuj Virwani, Sanjay Suri & Sayani Gupta. Created by: Karan Anshuman Okay then. How do we review a Web series? Do we do it on episode basis, or on the entire length? It’s a tough one. Especially for me, this is unchartered territory. I will try balancing the act, and do a little bit of both. Judging me by the opening paragraph, I am sure all of you must have figured out, that I am nervous. Much like the makers of this show, who have done several films in the past, but this

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Dangal : Movie Review

Film: Dangal Cast: Aamir Khan, Saakshi Tanwar, Fatima Sana Sheikh, Sanya Malhotra. Directed by: Nitesh Tiwari. Introduction: The seeds of divinity grow and blossom in a truly cultured society where women are given due respect and equal opportunities of rise, dignity and glory. Alas! That still does not holds true in most society. In some the disparity for that gender is subtle and has been underplayed whereas in many the divide is wide open. In India, Haryana is one such glaring example. So when a story of female triumph against odds is told, we must together stand up and applaud the

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La La Land: Movie Review

Film: La La Land. Cast: Ryan Gosling , Emma Stone & John Legend. Directed by: Damien Chazelle. Introduction:  Ladies & Gentleman, Damien is the one who made whiplash last year. Yes! The same film that was questioned by some, appreciated by the others. What makes this film stand out is the fact that it’s completely different from the director’s previous work. Unlike our folks who love the concept of ctrl c plus ctrl v. Plot: Two strugglers, one a jazz pianist and the other an actor meet by chance. They keep bumping into each other and fall in love. Ryan

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Sultan Review: Classic underdog story, horribly wrong

Cast: Salman Khan, Anushka Sharma & Randeep Hooda.   Director: Abbas Ali Zafar   Run time: 2 hours & 50 minutes. Introduction: Have you ever been to a Being Human store? Have you picked up a tee shirt believing the money actually goes for charity? If the answer is in the affirmative, then trust me you have done you’re bit already. Sultan is nothing but branding of his concept, better known as Being Human. Likewise his store, this film too has a wide range of collection, sorry films all merged into one. This one was supposed to be his Rocky.

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Movie Review: Finding Dory, Happily Ever After

Last time, it was the orange clownfish Nemo who had to be found. This time around it is Dory, the blue tang with a ‘short-term-remembery-loss’ who gets lost. A popular topic that has been bobbing about the internet these days: Will the summer of Hollywood’s sequel and prequel box-office discontent bounce back with the arrival of “Finding Dory,” Pixar and Disney’s double-dip back flip into the same animated pool of undersea beings that propelled 2003’s wondrously endearing “Finding Nemo”. Wisely, the film takes full advantage of what was “Finding Nemo’s” greatest asset besides its lushly multi-hued underwater inhabitants and plant

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Udta Punjab – ALL HYPE AND NO SHOW

Cast: Shahid Kapoor, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Alia Bhatt, Daljit & Satish Kaushik. Produced by: Alt Ent & Phantom Directed by: Abhishek Chaubey. First take: Did the publicity help the film? Yes! It did. Morning shows for an anurag kashyap film was housefull. Journalists made a beeline outside, waiting for the feedback. Police was called in to manage any threat. The problem of course was the threat inside the cinema halls. The threat called ‘mediocrity’. Story: Lets give the credit where it deserves one. Tommy is a drug addict rockstar whose career is going downhill.  Daljit is a corrupt officer part

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Reminiscing Ray – Finest Indian Filmmaker of All Time

Born on May 2 1921, to Sukumar Ray and Suprabha Ray, Satyajit Ray is regarded as one of the greatest Indian filmmakers of the 20th century; often referred to as the Bergman of Bengal. Birth and Early Life Ray was born to a distinguished family of artists, litterateurs, musicians, scientists and physicians. His grandfather Upendra Kishore was an innovator, a writer of children’s story books (popular to this day), an illustrator and a musician. His father, Sukumar Ray, trained as a printing technologist in England, was also Bengal’s most beloved nonsense-rhyme writer, illustrator and cartoonist (best known for his work

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Rajkahini: Freedom will Fight Independence

Movie Review: Rajkahini: Freedom will Fight Independence Director: Srijit Mukherji Cast: Rituparna Sengupta, Saswata Chatterjee, Rudranil Ghosh, Zoya Ahsan, Jishu Sengupta and Abir Chatterjee One of the most defining moments of the 20th century in India was the partition of the British India into the Dominion of Pakistan and the Union of India (later Republic of India) in 1947. The aftermath of partition witnessed the terrifying outbreak of sectarian violence between the Hindus and the Muslims, resulting in genocide. During that tumultuous period the Indian subcontinent became a cauldron of violence. Vengeance and murder dominated minds of gang of killers

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A Bittersweet Life

Iam a huge fan of south Korean cinema and as per me they are making some of the best movies in world at present. A Bittersweet Life falls in that “some of the best” category itself and is one of my favourite movies of last decade. Released in 2005, A Bittersweet Life  is what South Korean cinema does better than anyone else, making stylish gangster films and add to this the revenge theme and you get an absolute classic. Written and directed by Kim Jee-woon and starring one of the most famous south Korean actor Lee Byung Hun, this movie is

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90’s best Hindi movie- Dil se

Mani Ratnam seems fascinated with Kashmir and the power struggle going on there. Kashmir issue is very complicated and I have no intention of dealing with it in this article. Instead we will talk about Dil Se, a movie much ahead of its time, written and directed by Mani Ratnam and starring Shahrukh Khan in one of his best performances till date. This was Mani Ratnam’s first Hindi film based on Kashmir issue but he also made Roja before this, in Tamil which also dealt with this issue. Mani also tried to bring the insurgency in the North-east parts of

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