Badrinath Ki Dulhaniya, the Holi release which hit the cinemas this week, is the perfect definition of what a movie-goer would usually call “time-pass”. The biggest undoing of this movie is its female protagonist, read Alia Bhatt, who is torn between two choices- the choice to be an advocate of feminism and all things that… Continue reading This Dulhaniya Ain’t Memorable Enough!
If the trivialities of daily life have gotten to you, making you forget the essence of living life in the process, ‘Dear Zindagi’ is just what the doctor ordered for you. A movie which helps you reconnect to life without being too preachy, Gauri Shinde’s second directorial venture comes as a whiff of fresh air… Continue reading Love You Zindagi…
As I grow up, the more the noise of the world irks me. Irrelevant discussions and gossip, too many people hustling too much without any sense of direction where they are headed, glorious moments like getting married or having a baby making it to the pages of social media even before the feeling has personally… Continue reading The Journey Within
An ethereal beauty (Aishwarya Rai Bachchan) serenading Bollywood’s evergreen ‘Devdas’ (Ranbir Kapoor) in exotic locations, a bubbly and effervescent lass (Anushka Sharma) who can cuddle and snuggle up to the Devdas over a few drinks but still terms it as nothing but a friendship, and the Devdas’ persistent battle between his heart and mind, that… Continue reading Ae Dil Hai Mushkil: Movie Review
“A daughter may outgrow your lap, but she will never outgrow your heart”. These words resonate in my heart as I sit miles away from my mother in an office cubicle, trying my best to count down the days to the time when I shall get to meet her next. The wheel of time has… Continue reading A tribute to my lady love!
Being an ardent cricket lover, this is one movie I was so eagerly waiting for ever since the first trailor came out. Turns out, the wait was totally worth it. Before I begin to comment on any aspect of the movie, I would like to make few things fairly clear at the outset. If you… Continue reading The untold story, finally told!
So after persistent recommendations from family and friends, and lots of dilly dallying with my mood, I finally managed to catch this much-talked about movie at a cinema hall on a Saturday afternoon. And I must admit, this is another master stroke from director Shoojit Sircar, who seems to have become a pro at handling… Continue reading Movie Review: Pink