Deewane Huye Paagal (2005) – Abridged Review

Vivek Oberoi: They said they’ll sign me for Fool n Final if I succeed in this screen test. Continue reading “Deewane Huye Paagal (2005) – Abridged Review”

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Hasee Toh Phasee (2014) – The stoner comedy we needed.

One of the most underrated romantic comedies bollywood has produced if not one of the most unique.

When was the last time you saw a mainstream family comedy where the protagonists were ex-drug addicts or financial leaches? Continue reading “Hasee Toh Phasee (2014) – The stoner comedy we needed.”

REVHUMAN Reviews: YouTube NextUp Mumbai 2016

What is this YouTube NextUp?

YouTube Next Up is an initiative by (you guessed it) YouTube, where they invite content creators/independent channel owners, train and enable them to get to the next level of YouTube stardom. On their official website they describe the initiative as a platform where the creators…

Learn to create better videos, get more subscribers and take your channel to the next level with the YouTube NextUp contest! Winners attend a weeklong Creator Camp at YouTube Spaces as well as collecting some other sweet prizes.

What are those sweet prizes? Well, their experiences get reviewed & featured by REVHUMAN, of course! Don’t worry there are actual cool prizes too, REVHUMAN is just an (awesome-sauce) add-on. Continue reading “REVHUMAN Reviews: YouTube NextUp Mumbai 2016”

Reviewing the things that are wrong with movies like ‘Kick’.

We find it funny thinking that a movie about robbing the corrupt and helping the needy managed to rob over 370 crores from the common public.

I could be talking about any movie, but the above line is in context to Salman Khan’s Eid-Entertainer; ‘Kick’. It’s somehow difficult to digest watching a movie where a humongously rich actor collaborates with other monetary powerhouses to give an example of a common man taking up an impossible and probably life-threatening task of remanding the corrupt. Continue reading “Reviewing the things that are wrong with movies like ‘Kick’.”

Of Open Letters, Movie Promotions & Ironies

Amitabh Bachchan wrote an open letter to his granddaughters recently.

Talking about topics like sexism, gender stereotyping and basically allowing them to follow their dreams and marrying based on their choice among other things. That’s a very sweet gesture by a grandfather.

Read an excerpt here:
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Except only the fact that he shared it online, just around his movie release, Continue reading “Of Open Letters, Movie Promotions & Ironies”