Director: Mozez Singh
Cast: Vicky Kaushal, Sarah-Jane Dias, Manish Choudhary, Raaghav Chanana, Harmehroz Singh, Meghna Malik
Debutant director Mozez Singh’s Zubaan, a movie about a dirt-poor boy in the quest to find success who eventually questions his own choices in this part-time song-and-dance musical was made after Singh waited nine years to make his dream project. He didn’t want to compromise the way he wanted to treat it. And, it shows. Given the resources, Singh’s treatment is very fresh and urban.
After many sleepless days, nights and working weekends.. the D-day had finally arrived. It was the night for the 61st Filmfare Awards – also fondly often given the moniker of an Indian Oscar. Continue reading
Director: Umesh Ghadge
Cast: Tusshar Kapoor, Aftab Shivdasani, Shakti Kapoor, Mandana Karimi, Darshan Jariwala, Meghna Naidu, Gizele Thakral, Claudia Ciesla
You know what to expect from a movie that spells cool with a K. What you don’t expect though, is finding out that it isn’t the worst part about the movie. You wish it was though. Because, Kya Kool Hain Hum 3 (KKHH 3) serves you much worse, in abundance – a song that goes ‘Oh boy oh boy, you’re my soft toy’ for example. Directed by Umesh Ghadge and written by Milap Zaveri, the third installment in the ‘Kya Kool’ franchise is a challenge to your intellect, senses and overall sanity. Continue reading
Hey guys! Don’t we all get super excited as the long, tiring week slowly comes to an end and the much awaited Friday arrives? Well, I am no different. While we work all day on a Friday we surely let our hair lose moment the clock strikes 7 PM.
Just for that purpose, I decided to share with you the two looks from this Friday – what I wore at work and what I wore post that. Continue reading
The most heartwarming and incredible thing happened right now. On my way back home in the auto, got stuck in traffic and rains. And while on other days, it takes around 100 bucks, today the meter read Rs 194. I was obviously a little irritated since it took way longer than usual for me to reach home. Continue reading
Imagine waking up to this baby.
I woke up late that morning. As I crinkled my eyes open, I found Nidhi’s room filled with sunlight. The view was spectacular–there lay the beautiful Himalayas right outside the window smiling slyly and asking me to get the f up. As I sat outside in the verandah looking at the mountains, while slowly exhaling the smoke out of my nose, I wondered how different this morning was from my usual Mumbai mornings. Continue reading
As I began to write this post, I got distracted for the fifth time in the last five minutes. And how can one not? There lay a beautiful panorama of the glorious, gigantic Himalayas right in front of my eyes, while I sipped the perfectly made lemon-ginger-honey tea sitting in the balcony of a quaint coffee cum book shop (with free WiFi) in McLeod Ganj.
I had quit my steady, well-paying journalism job a little more than a week ago and like many people of my age wanted to ‘find myself’. Actually no, let me correct that. Most people my age are married, having babies or getting engaged faster than Vishwanathan Anand’s chess moves, so let’s just stick to – I wanted to find myself, far away from this dangerous tribe. My last day at work was on Friday and I landed in Delhi on Sunday morning, determined to not waste any precious time. Now before you can think what’s the big deal in that, let me give you a little background of yours truly. Continue reading
Summers are here–and if you’re a Delhi-ite you know exactly how that goes! You feel like a walking-talking ice cream melting away slowly and surely in the sweltering heat. What can be done in such a scenario; where you can look good as well as stay breezy and happy all day? Let me show you exactly that, in this post. Continue reading
As I walked into a theatre for the star-studded premiere of National Award winning director Srijit Mukherji’s Nirbaak on a hot Friday evening in Andheri; I decided to keep my fondness for some of his earlier movies at bay. I had mixed feelings and expectations after watching the trailer; so I settled down on the comfortable sofa and let the film do the talking.
So, what’s common between a dog, a tree, a corpse and a narcissist? The answer is love — silent love. Love binds these four stories together by a common thread, in the form of Sushmita Sen. The hyper narcissist, played by Anjan Dutta is the story of Samson, an old loner who is so self absorbed that he smooches as well as masturbates to his own reflection. He spends hours looking at the mirror lovingly, appreciating himself, taking really long luxurious soapy baths and then spraying self with half a bottle of deodorant to last a lifetime. Continue reading
The blade was an inch away from her shaking wrist. The hand shook as the cold blade finally touched her warm skin.
She plopped clumsily on the pristine white bathroom floor and buried her face on the trembling knees. And then she cried. First time in weeks, she let out a scream which was hardly audible–she barely had any energy left inside.