Movie Review: Golmaal Again

The title of Rohit Shetty’s latest film is prescient. He’s made so many “Golmaal” films that it is impossible to tell them apart. So you stop bothering with numbers, because you know it is going to run with the same formula all over again and.....»»

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Movie Review: Secret Superstar

REUTERS - All over the world, parents are trying to wean their kids away from the internet. They are reducing screen time, blocking Facebook and restricting access. But in Advait Chandan’s “Secret Superstar”, the problem is the solution......»»

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Q&A: Devashish Makhija on "Ajji" and urban privilege

Former journalist Devashish Makhija makes short films, writes children’s books and has written the script for several movies. His latest full-length feature, “Ajji” (Grandmother), is the dark tale of an old woman who sets out to avenge the rape.....»»

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Q&A: John Madden on heading the Mumbai Film Festival jury

The British director of "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel" and its sequel is back in India, this time as the jury head at the Mumbai Film Festival......»»

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Blue movies: India"s "sexpert" gets a documentary

A new documentary focuses on a 91-year-old doctor as the unlikely hero who is saving Indians from wrong or poor knowledge about sex......»»

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Movie Review: Chef

Jon Favreau’s 2014 “Chef” was a middling film about a portly chef who finds his real goals in life after a disastrous social media showdown with a noted critic. Despite well-lit shots of steak and dessert, and with a father-son bonding story th.....»»

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Aamir Khan says next film will be biggest yet

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Aamir Khan, the Bollywood superstar with a conscience, says his next movie about a small town teenage girl who uses the Internet to become a singing sensation will be much bigger than his last film, which was India's highest gro.....»»

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Movie Review: Judwaa 2

Actor Naseeruddin Shah once said Bollywood "films that should never have been made are being re-made"......»»

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Movie Review: Bhoomi

REUTERS - This is the year of the rape-revenge drama. After Raveena Tandon’s “Maatr” and Sridevi’s “Mom”, it is now the turn of the father to exact vengeance. In his first film after spending four years in jail for firearms offences, Sanj.....»»

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"Newton" is India"s entry to the Oscars

MUMBAI (Reuters) - Amit Masurkar’s “Newton”, a political satire about an election in the remote jungles of India, is the country’s official entry in the best foreign film category at the Academy Awards next year......»»

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Movie Review: Newton

In a scene in Amit Masurkar’s “Newton”, the eponymous protagonist is at his desk with a neck brace, thanks to an injury. It might be a brace, but in the way it prevents Newton from turning his head and hampers his movements, it might as well be.....»»

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Movie Review: Haseena Parkar

Apoorva Lakhia’s “Haseena Parkar” is a film that is more concerned with making money than it is about telling the true story of that rare woman who made it to the top in the underworld. Why else would you see Haseena as a young bride in 1976, w.....»»

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Q&A: Advait Chandan on "Secret Superstar" and the 21st century zeitgeist

Advait Chandan has spent the last seven years managing Aamir Khan. And watching one of Bollywood’s biggest stars at such close quarters, he says, gave him an invaluable insight into the art of film-making......»»

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Q&A: Advait Chandan on ‘Secret Superstar” and the 21st century zeitgeist

Advait Chandan has spent the last seven years managing Aamir Khan. And watching one of Bollywood’s biggest stars at such close quarters, he says, gave him an invaluable insight into the art of film-making......»»

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Q&A: Pankaj Tripathi on surviving in frog-in-the-well Bollywood

Pankaj Tripathi went from being a murderous butcher in Anurag Kashyap's "Gangs of Wasseypur" to a docile father in "Bareilly ki Barfi" - and won acclaim for both roles. The National School of Drama alumnus has been acting in Bollywood for 12 years, b.....»»

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Movie Review: Lucknow Central

Less than a month after “Qaidi Band”, another set of prisoners form a music band in jail - picking up life lessons and making friends in the process......»»

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Movie Review: Simran

Emerging out of the theatre after watching “Simran”, one wishes this film wasn’t swirling around in as much controversy as it is. This is a film with merit, and with a central performance strong enough to iron out faults and shortcomings in oth.....»»

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Movie Review: Poster Boys

The 2014 Marathi film “Poshter Boyz” was a mostly loud, but bearable comedy about three men who find themselves on a government poster advertising voluntary vasectomies. The ad causes an upheaval in their lives, living as they do in a village tha.....»»

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Movie Review: Daddy

In the world of “Daddy”, darkness rules in the frame and in the story being narrated. Ashim Ahluwalia’s biopic of one of Mumbai’s most feared gangsters is full of dank, seedy alleys and teeming chawls, where bullets fly easily and you never k.....»»

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Q&A: Film-maker Amit Masurkar on "Newton" and Indian democracy

Amit Masurkar's second film puts the spotlight on the election process in the Indian heartland, a subject rarely tackled by film-makers in the world's largest democracy......»»

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