Mr. Chameleon

Randeep Hooda made his debut as a leading actor with D (2005) but it was an extended cameo in Once Upon a Time in Mumbai (2010) that did the trick for him. His biggest asset is his ability to undergo transformation for the characters he plays onscreen and his forte are the real-life characters like…

Happy Birthday Rob

Its Rob De Niro’s birthday and I can go on and on about how much I enjoy him playing complex roles on screen, especially whenever he plays a gangster, but one movie that I truly love watching and can watch any number of times is Midnight Run (1988). Midnight Run is the most unusual buddy-cop…

Mandela

Morgan Freeman (below) in Invictus (2011) and Idris Elba (above) in Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom (2013) show very different sides of Nelson Mandela as a reformer, a politician and above all as a human being.

Kevin Bacon…..always

If there is ever a list of ‘Actors who deserve an Oscar but have never won’, it wouldn’t come as a surprise if Kevin Bacon found himself on the top of that list. The versatile actor who has been around for almost four decades, has done roles ranging from a dancer to a law breaker,…

“6 Best Movies where CLINT EASTWOOD Directed himself!”

Clint Eastwood has been a great influence on moviegoers all around the world. Much like his transformation from Spaghetti Westerns to Urban cool characters, his foray into Direction had been spontaneous. The whole argument of him being a better Actor or better Director does not seem to end anytime soon. So we took it upon…

‚Äč”Master Gun-Fu”

Chow Yun-fat collaborated with Director John Woo to make movies that would redefine the gangster genre in world cinema. A Better Tomorrow (1986), The Killer (1989) and Hard Boiled (1992) stand out in the “Gun-Fu” style of action movies.