Hindi

8
Dec

The Cocktail of Lust, Arrogance & Fear Is Psychologically Paralyzing in ‘Office #thebrightesthorrorfilm’ – Ameet Dawar

Just because a man is in position power and is able to abuse people through it, does not mean he won’t have his insecurities. “When you abuse others, physically or psychologically, it also screws you up mentally. A potential rapist or abuser also has this fear of law and society and it is that fear which stops many from committing

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8
Dec

Is The News Of Aamir Walkout From Salute A Publicity Stunt BY Priyanka Chopra?

Close on the heels of rumours of Akshay Kumar walking out of Gulshhan Kumar biopic Moghul, which the actor and the producers officially denied, comes another one from the grapevine. A number of websites today reported that Aaamir Khan has walked out of Priyanka Chopra starrer Salute, based on the life of India’s space astronaut Rakesh Shrma. But wait a

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8
Dec

Three Way Christmas Clash – Has Shah Rukh Lost His Clout Totally?

The Christmas of 2018 will see a three way clash between Shah Rukh Khan’s film with Anand L Rai tentatively titled Dwarf, Sushant Singh Rajput’s Kedarnath and Ranveer Singh – Rohit Shetty combo’s Simmba. Of these, the clash between Kedarnath and Dwarf is likely to be direct on 21st December while Simmba will take on both films on 28th December

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7
Dec

Fear of Ghosts Is About Powerlessness, So Is Fear of Rape – Drisha More

While her colleagues in ‘Office #thebrightesthorrorfilm” deal with the ghosts that haunt the premises, Drisha More’s character is handling demons of another kind. Rape threat from a bully boss is something that women face frequently in offices. Drisha’s Shujoya however, is not the one to take things lying down. In fact she wants to give it back to the assaulter

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6
Dec

Kalakaandi Trailer gives a sense of Deja vu

Saif Ali Khan’s latest film Kalakaandi’s trailer is out and it tries too hard to be every thing from Delhi Belly to The Bucket List with visual references to American Beauty thrown in. What’s perhaps most odd is that at close to 50, all those quirky, bold, things that Saif is doing, hardly seem fresh or exciting. Watch the trailer

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6
Dec

K L Saigal – Bollywood’s First Male Superstar

Many may not be aware of his name today but K L Saigal remains Bollywood’s first ever male superstar. What’s more – he was both a superstar actor and a singing sensation – something that no other male star has ever been able to achieve. Though the ignorant media has tried to project other actors from much later as Bollywood’s

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4
Dec

Ghost Of Sexual Harassment Haunts Every Girl In Office #thebrightesthorrorfilm – Priyanka Chauhan

‘Office #thebrightesthorrorfilm’ is at one level an attempt at the psychological horror genre unknown to Bollywood so far. However at another level it addresses ghosts other than just the spooky variety. Not that they haunt you any less insists Priyanka Chauhan who plays a complex character in the film, who is in love with the very guy who exploits her.

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4
Dec

Padman – New Poster Out

A new poster of Akshay Kumar’s Republic Day release Padman has come out. The poster has a clean shaven Akshay Kumar, clad in a vest, playing with cotton against the backdrop of a manufacturing unit or factory. Since the film is based on Akshay’s wife, Twinkle Khanna’s book The Legend Of Lakshmi Prasad, its only apt that we see Akshay

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4
Dec

Tiger Zinda Hai Trailer crosses 5 Crore Views

The trailer of Salman Khan’s Tiger Zinda Hai has crossed 50 million views on youtube alone. This may not be a record as there are other films whose trailers have crossed 50 Million views before but this one has crossed the milestone in much lesser time. The trailer was uploaded on 6th November and within a month it has crossed

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2
Dec

TV’S Most Romantic Sardarji Karan Sharma in a Psychological Horror Film

Lakhs of girls swooned over Karan Sharma’s Sikh Avatar in Pyaar Tu Ne Kya Kiya and Yeh Hai Aashiqui, where he broke the stereotype of Sikh characters we normally see on screen, big or small. “I have never seen a Sikh guy going Balle-Balle every 5 minutes. Somehow Bollywood created the stereotype in the 70s and then it stuck on.

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