Thursday, December 18, 2014 05:06 AM
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Oye! Cinema Reviews
When a reviewer is confronted with a Bollywood starvehicle as spectacularly vacuous as Action Jackson, the usual tendency is to go a touch easy with the potshots. In other words, one dismisses it as a film meant only fordiehard fans of the lead actor and leaves it at that. But in the
In the years gone by, Bollywood has been a witness to many changing trends (read 'genres'). Amongst all the genres that we have experienced so far, what reign supreme and are considered to be the most privileged genres are romance, action and comedy. This week's release is the Saif Ali
Bollywood has witnessed many a theme (read 'genre') of films ever since its inception. Even though there have been many repeated themes that we get to see almost every week, only a few films remain fresh in our memories. There have been many elements that form the crux of any film. One such
Bollywood films have many a times thrived on the very famous but true saying 'Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned'. Keeping this as a central point, there have been many filmmakers who have tried their luck at the Box-Office. While some have succeeded, some did not. This week's
A remake of Basu Chatterjee’s 1982 classic comedy filmShaukeen, The Shaukeens, is a feel-good adventure movie that follows three middle-aged men played by Annu Kapoor, Piyush Mishra and Anupam Kher, who venture on a trip to Mauritius, where they meet the sizzling
The trailer for Hunger Games was released and thereby the movie lovers got a confirmation that the countdown to this much awaited movie has begun. Mockingjay Part 1appeared on the screens on Wednesday evening, sending waves of excitement amongst fans of the franchise.
Amir Khan the Perfectionist:
Amir Khan never fails to amaze his viewers with his talent. Amir and his work never fail to touch the hearts of many in different ways. Amir Khan has worked in some of the very meaningful films which have not just portrayed well executed skills
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