Bobby Sing

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The Great Indian Kitchen review: An unusually exceptional film that makes you feel the guilt

The Great Indian Kitchen review: An unusually exceptional film that makes you feel the guilt

A not-to-be-missed socially relevant gem of the present era, this can easily be declared as the first must-watch, eye-opener film of 2021

Tandav review: Clichéd Bollywood hangover kills this Saif Ali Khan-starrer political saga

Tandav review: Clichéd Bollywood hangover kills this Saif Ali Khan-starrer political saga

It could have been a much better political thriller with some powerful writing. In its present form it fails to deliver on its promises

CinemaScope: When Privacy was never an issue with the Bollywood stars

CinemaScope: When Privacy was never an issue with the Bollywood stars

Post the arrival of foreign investment and cable television in the early ’90s, both business and entertainment in the country went throug...Read More

CinemaScope: Tracing Asit Sen’s directorial footsteps!

CinemaScope: Tracing Asit Sen’s directorial footsteps!

Made under the banner of Bimal Roy productions, Parivar and Apradhi Kaun were two of the first few films produced by Bimal Roy that were ...Read More

CinemaScope: Celebrating 50 years of Raj Kapoor’s Mera Naam Joker

CinemaScope: Celebrating 50 years of Raj Kapoor’s Mera Naam Joker

Admitted by the director himself, Mera Naam Joker was an autobiographical account of his life

Wrap up 2020: Tales that emerged from the COVID-19 lockdown

Wrap up 2020: Tales that emerged from the COVID-19 lockdown

Novel happenings in the society result in unique stories and that’s exactly how this scary era of viruses and lockdowns has given birth t...Read More

Jallikattu has been selected as the Indian entry for the Academy Awards

CinemaScope: From Jallikattu to Soorarai Pottru, regional cinema finds new audience base on OTT

The online portals as well as the lockdown has helped in creating a culture of watching regional-language movies with English subtitles

Unpaused review: Positive and engaging, even if not exceptional

Unpaused review: Positive and engaging, even if not exceptional

Unpaused is an anthology of five stories about the recent lockdown caused by COVID-19

Punjabi Music, Cinema and Trolley Times: An unusual harvest of farmers' protests

Punjabi Music, Cinema and Trolley Times: An unusual harvest of farmers' protests

A lot has been said, reported and conveyed about the ongoing farmers’ protest and the potent issue has the social media network deeply po...Read More

Darbaan review: Darbaan: A decent, heart-warming tale

Darbaan review: Darbaan: A decent, heart-warming tale

As a film, Darbaan has a touching, unimaginable kind of storyline that keeps you engrossed and involved despite the dragging pace in its ...Read More

CinemaScope: Find out what’s the connection between directors Frank Capra, Hrishikesh Mukherjee, and Christmas

CinemaScope: Find out what’s the connection between directors Frank Capra, Hrishikesh Mukherjee, and Christmas

Interestingly, there is a rarely-talked-about link between one of the most popular films related to Christmas in western cinema and a Hin...Read More

CinemaScope: David Dhawan, Govinda and their world of remakes

CinemaScope: David Dhawan, Govinda and their world of remakes

As a noteworthy association, David did 17 films with Govinda beginning with his directorial debut in Taaqatwar (1989) and most of these f...Read More

(Left) Bhumi in Durgamati, Anushka Shetty in Bhaagamathie

‘Durgamati’ review: Poorly adapted horror-thriller that fails to match up to the original ‘Bhaagamathie’

Durgamati comes as yet another disappointment in the horror genre that just manages to make a saving grace kind of impact through the twi...Read More

With Durgamati garnering eyeballs, here’s a look at what makes regional movies a popular pick for Hindi remakes

With Durgamati garnering eyeballs, here’s a look at what makes regional movies a popular pick for Hindi remakes

A big percentage of young movie enthusiasts have a misconception about remakes as they believe the trend has started recently in the last...Read More

Untold facts: Celebrating 50 years of Johny Mera Naam

Untold facts: Celebrating 50 years of Johny Mera Naam

Unanimously considered as one of the pioneers, trendsetting films, Johny Mera Naam convincingly transformed the way drama, suspense, come...Read More

CinemaScope: What makes Gharaonda relevant even in 2020

CinemaScope: What makes Gharaonda relevant even in 2020

Gharaonda (The Nest), a comparatively low-profile film released in 1977, remains one of those sensitive yet bold classics made in Hindi c...Read More

CinemaScope: The damage caused by lousy Laxmii

CinemaScope: The damage caused by lousy Laxmii

Post watching a well-made Hindi remake of a regional-language film, one rarely enquires about the original, as the remake is considered w...Read More

CinemaScope: Sweet and sour relationship between Hindi cinema and Hindi crime novels

CinemaScope: Sweet and sour relationship between Hindi cinema and Hindi crime novels

Hindi pulp fiction never got its deserving due since its inception and the latest controversy between the veteran author Surender Mohan P...Read More

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