While the police don’t suspect any foul play in Satish Kaushik’s sudden death, they are trying to ascertain where he was during the day and what was the condition of his health, just hours before he passed away.
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Review of Detective Knight: Independence | A Satisfying Closure to the Knight Series
Clearly, ‘Detective Knight’ doesn’t make it to the top of the list of larger-than-life action adventure thrillers. Rather, Ed takes it slow and manages to give his veteran star Bruce Willis and his famed trilogy a befitting farewell.
Review of Ask Me to Dance | Hard to digest but fun to watch
Some of the scenes and characters are more hilarious like Jill’s model date, who assumes she has called him fat and Jack’s friend who tries to set him up. And slowly it gets progressively bizarre and might we say somewhat repetitive too.
Will Bachchchan Paandey Bachcao Bollywood?
It’s that time of the year once again when an Akshay Kumar’s film is up for release and while most of his recent films have seen him playing the quintessential “Bhartiya” with chest thumping patriotism, this time around Khiladi Kumar is playing a negative character, interestingly, called Bachchchan Pandey Hi this is Ronak Kotecha andContinue reading “Will Bachchchan Paandey Bachcao Bollywood?”
Review of Rampage: Delectably Destructive!
Rampage*** NO SPOILER SYNOPSIS: A scientific experiment by a rogue company goes awry, pushing and provoking a Gorilla, a wolf and a croc into epic proportions to inflict disaster of equal measure on America. NO SPOILER TAKE “Rampage is a science fiction monster film”, reads the first line of its Wikipedia page. And that’s whatContinue reading “Review of Rampage: Delectably Destructive!”
Review of October: Slow, Sensitive & Slightly Soul-less!
MOVIE REVIEW OCTOBER – SLOW & SENSITIVE! Starring: Varun Dhawan, Banita Sandhu Director: Shoojit Sircar Synopsis An unfortunate accident changes the life of hotel management trainees Danish and Shiuli exposing layers of unconditional love, empathy and human emotions. My Take October plays out between two starkly opposing places – a 5-star hotel and a 5-starContinue reading “Review of October: Slow, Sensitive & Slightly Soul-less!”
Padman’s Pathetic Challenge
The #PadmanChallenge is the most ridiculous, mindless, stupid and pointless marketing gimmick that is making celebs pose with a pad – yes there is nothing to be ashamed about it but it’s not a thing to flaunt either certainly not for a film that seems to have been made after 2 pages of Google researchContinue reading “Padman’s Pathetic Challenge”
My Open Letter to the Closed Mindset of the likes of Swara Bhaskar
Swara Bhasker in her “open” letter to Sanjay Leela Bhansali thinks it’s important to mention that she took her cook along with her family to watch Deepika Padukone Shahid Kapoor Ranveer Singh starrer Padmaavat and then rants for some 10,000 words with some 500 of them being Vagina about how she felt reduced like one after the film. Why would someone critiqueContinue reading “My Open Letter to the Closed Mindset of the likes of Swara Bhaskar”
Qarib Qarib Awesome!
A young reluctant widow pushes herself into online dating and ends up with a madcap shayar who is starkly different from her.
Review of Bhoomi: Killing us slowly!
Sanjay Dutt’s comeback film could have been a taut revenge drama like Sridevi’s Mom, but Bhoomi is a lethargic and laborious preach fest on feminism – especially after interval