Reading Time: 4 minutes The spark and fire generator is Kangana Ranaut, who comes through all shining and emotional armor. Her act as the thieving Praful is nothing short of brilliant. The first time she robs a counter and races away in her car, her expression betrays the sheer shock she feels running through her being, stunned by her own audacity. And then, she configures her expression into a magnificent dissolve of triumph and thrill, realizing that she can get away with it.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Director Ashim Ahluwalia’s Daddy unwaveringly and unequivocally fails on all counts, leaving you stunned at the enterprise and its unhappy achievement. Which is a bit of a surprise, really. For, based on Mumbai’s underworld gangster, Arun Gawli, you’d have thought the man’s life story and his rise and fall would have automatically made for some spiffy and crackling material onscreen.
Reading Time: 4 minutes There’s a scene in Patriots Day where Veronica (Khandi Alexander, the only scene she’s in for the length of the
Reading Time: 5 minutes Here’s a question that if you answer correctly, will immediately qualify you for an interview with India’s top-secret agency –
Reading Time: 5 minutes The camera follows Jayaraman (Mohanlal), panning his walk in slow motion, as he passes the dead body, and then, in
Reading Time: 6 minutes When Sunny Leone began her moves to the rebooted – yes, we don’t call it plagiarism anymore – version of
Reading Time: 6 minutes ACP Yashvardhan (John Abraham) enters into the frame for the first time in director Abhinay Deo’s Force 2 in a
Reading Time: 5 minutes Author Dan Brown cracked the template of success amidst the bosky of financial turkeys he churned out initially. Set stories
Reading Time: 4 minutes THIS WEEK, READERS WRITE IN TO AUNT TWERP, DABSTER IN THINGS ALL SAID AND not done, and get some world-wise advice
Reading Time: 4 minutes WAR IS SERIOUS BUSINESS. MAKING RESPONSIBLE MOVIES DEPICTING WAR STORIES IS SERIOUS BUSINESS TOO. Making movies that have war as