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:
Except only the fact that he shared it online, just around his movie release, Continue reading “Of Open Letters, Movie Promotions & Ironies”
OMG is the closest ‘Bollywood’ has ever gone towards a religious satire while pleasing and displeasing people from both sides of the coin. Continue reading “OMG – Oh My God! (2012)”
A movie surprisingly relatable considering it came out of the Karan Johar banner. Continue reading “Kapoor & Sons (2016)”
Piku is a story of a girl whose father basically didn’t give a shit. Figuratively and Literally. Continue reading “Piku; Relationshits and what not.”
Just a couple of days back I caught up with my college buds. We had a stimulating chat about movies, theatre and whatnot creative. One of them discussed the plot of Krrish 3 and said how Ra.One had a better story.
Firstly, I find it funny when people compare Krrish 3 & Ra.One especially because it doesn’t matter to either Hrithik or SRK that which movie performed better. Shahrukh Khan is to benefit from the success of Krrish 3 as well, for his VFX house did a major chunk of work on it. Talk about business-mindedness.
Coming back, while discussing the movie’s plot, the bugger disclosed all the ‘suspense’ from the movie.
I’m normally the one to get agitated by such farce. Hate having my movies spoiled, even if I don’t intend on watching them. But I was in a jolly nostalgic mood and my friend thought he’s doing us a favour by indulging in the verbal-diarrhoea.
Ironically, the plot twists seemed intriguing enough Continue reading “Sunny Side Up: The Krrish 3 Experience”