Amcha Bucket List 😎

I recently saw the Marathi movie Bucket List starring Madhuri Dixit. It was great to see her do a full fledged Marathi movie for the first time in her career, but more than that it is the happiness of seeing mainstream Bollywood actors contribute to regional cinema. Be it actors like Nana Patekar (who has…

Review : Bareilly Ki Barfi

Bonhomie……yes thats the thing you will take away from Bareilly Ki Barfi. Be it the Father-Daughter rapport, the Guru-Chela kinda friendship between Ayushmaan and his friend or the relationship that Ayushmaan and Kirti share, their is a lot of Bonhomie among the characters. Plot : Watch Bitti Mishra find herself among the pages of a…

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…

Grey shades…

Saif Ali Khan did a string of grey characters in Ek Hasina Thi (2004), Being Cyrus (2005) and Omkara (2006) giving his career a new high

TOP TEN Bollywood Movies that turn 50 this year!

An Evening in Paris – This Shakti Samanta movie has one of the most energetic opening sequences in a Bollywood movie, with a visibly overweight but suave Shammi Kapoor clinging on to the bonnet of a car and singing the title song with his gang of girls. The movie repeated the successful pairing from Kashmir Ki Kali, but this…

A man for all seasons…

Robert Shaw who once played a henchmen in From Russia With Love (1963) went on to do some major movie roles in A man for all seasons (1967), The Sting (1973) and his most famous movie…..Jaws (1975) 😎

Detective couple

William Powell and Myrna Loy starred together in Manhattan Melodrama (1934) and eventually went on to do 14 films together, but their most celebrated roles were as Nick and Nora Charles (The detective couple) alongwith their pet Skippy in The Thin Man series

Thompson directs Peck

Director J. Lee Thompson always reserved his best for Gregory Peck and the result was a World War II thriller made on an epic scale The Guns of Navarone (1961), a modern day film noir Cape Fear (1962) and a Western comprising an all starcast Mackenna’s Gold (1969). These movie are still considered some of…

Baba…..forever

Sanjay Dutt as the spiteful Ajju in Kaante (2002) outdid Michael Madsen’s Mr. Blonde from the orignal movie, Reservoir Dogs (1992)