Films (Page 36)
Always Kabhi Kabhi - Movie Review

Always Kabhi Kabhi – Movie Review

PRODUCER – Gauri Khan DIRECTOR – Roshan Abbas WRITER – Roshan Abbas, Ranjit Raina, Ishita Moitra CAST – Satyajeet Dubey, Ali Fazal, Zoa Morani and Giselle Monteiro MUSIC – Aashish Rego, Shree D, Pritam Chakraborty It is evident that Always Kabhi Kabhi was floated as an idea and invested in as a film for the sole reason of cashing in on the youth audience of our country, the supposed largest... 

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Bheja Fry-2 - Movie Review

Bheja Fry-2 – Movie Review

PRODUCER – Mukul Deora DIRECTOR – Sagar Bellary WRITER – Sagar Bellary CAST – Vinay Pathak, Minissha Lamba, Kay Kay Menon, Amole Gupte, Suresh Menon MUSIC – Ishq Bector, Sneha Khanwalkar, Sagar Desai Bharat Bhushan is back with his simpleton middle class-ness and corny laughter. This time he has a con-man tycoon and TV show producers in tow to give him company. The setting is no longer a... 

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Bhindi Bazaar Inc - Review

Bhindi Bazaar Inc – Review

PRODUCER – Karan Arora DIRECTOR – Ankush Bhatt WRITER – Ghalib Asad Bhopali CAST – Kay Kay Menon, Prroshant Narayanan, Piyush Mishra, Pawan Malhotra, Shilpa Shukla, Deepti Naval. MUSIC – Sandeep Surya Neo-noir finds a voice with this gangster film based in the gangster pocket of South Mumbai.  It is a gritty story of the rise and fall of two pick-pockets among a gang of goons in a world... 

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Cycle Kick - Review

Cycle Kick – Review

PRODUCER – Subash Ghai DIRECTOR/WRITER – Shashi Silgudia CAST – K.P. Nishan Nanaiah, Sunny Hinduja, Girija Oak, Ishita Sharma, Dwij Yadav Cycle Kick is a simple story of two young boys Ramu and Ali, and their desire for a cycle. They also happen to be in the same football team of their college and will learn friendship and team-work while fighting for the Cup. Ramu (Nishan Nanaiah) and Deva (Dwij... 

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Bigger, bolder and beyond Bollywood – the second edition of the London INDIAN Film Festival launches

Bigger, bolder and beyond Bollywood – the second edition of the London INDIAN Film Festival launches

Celebrating the burgeoning movement of alternative Indian cinema, the second annual London INDIAN Film Festival will run from 30 June – 12 July, bringing to UK audiences a selection of cutting edge films from some of India’s hottest independent talents. Going way beyond Bollywood, these are films that challenge, shock, generate debate and present a more realistic view of India today in all its... 

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London INDIAN Film Festival 2011: Complete Programme and Events Schedule

London INDIAN Film Festival 2011: Complete Programme and Events Schedule

DELHI BELLY English/Hindi | 103 mins Dir. Abhinay Deo | with Imran Khan, Vijay Raaz, Kunaal Roy Kapur. WORLD PREMIERE Irreverent, crude and downright rude this fabulous new comedy caper from modern Mumbai cocks its hat at bad-boy cults like Snatch and The Hangover, with perhaps a little peppering of the Beatles. Led by Tashi (played by the puppy dog-eyed, teen-heart throb Imran Khan), a dopey bundle... 

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SRINIVAS KRISHNA- THE MAVERICK NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN FILMMAKER

SRINIVAS KRISHNA- THE MAVERICK NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN FILMMAKER

He made his first feature, MASALA, when he was barely out of his teens. MASALA had the maturity of an experienced hand and was the pioneering North American Indian film, to come from either Canada or the US.  MASALA caused a huge ripple not only amongst the Film festivals and commercial distribution,  but also in the social strata of Canada. It dealt with the emerging immigrants from the sub continent... 

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BEEJOY NAMBIAR- ROLLING WITH THE PUNCHES WHILE REMIANING FOCUSSED ON THE FILM

BEEJOY NAMBIAR- ROLLING WITH THE PUNCHES WHILE REMIANING FOCUSSED ON THE FILM

Beejoy Nambiar is used to the highs and lows the creative industry dolls out. A high on winning the Nationally televised reality show, as the best director, is offset with the award promised not being delivered on. The struggle of making the first film is offset by the reward to SHAITAN’s release. This filmmaker has learned to take it all in his stride and in turn, turn it around positively to remain... 

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WEST IS WEST - Film Review

WEST IS WEST – Film Review

PRODUCER – Leslee Udwin DIRECTOR – Andy deEmmony WRITER – Ayub Khan-Din CAST – Aqeeb Khan, Om Puri. Ila Arun, Linda Basset MUSIC – Robert Lane While the first part of the series espoused a certain screwball light-heartedness, West is West is a rather painful and serious study of ethnic identities and lost opportunities. Jahangir or George finds his teenage son becoming extremely wayward and... 

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LOVE EXPRESS - Film Review

LOVE EXPRESS – Film Review

PRODUCER – Subash Ghai DIRECTOR – Sunny Bhambhani CAST – Sahil Mehta, Vikas Katyal, Mannat Ravi, Priyam Galav, Om Puri MUSIC – Jaidev Kumar Love Express is a romantic comedy of a couple who first tries hard to break their forced arranged marriage and then tries hard to get together. The couple is engaged and on their way to Mumbai for the wedding along with both their families. Stuck in their... 

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