Hindi movie Irada with Naseeruddin and Arshad Warsi

Irada is a new Hindi thriller feature film that released on Feb 17th. Watched it yesterday. The main incentive as always having Naseeruddin in the lead. It also stars Arshad Warsi and I have also liked him in non-comic roles, especially his Sehar in 2005. It is interesting that he never got serious roles after that….

Raees showcases Sharukh Khan’s experiments in Role preference

I watched Raees on the first day. Over the past few years I have started to like his movies. I would say he is one of the best entertainers in Bollywood. Honestly I think everyone has their value. You cannot compare oranges and apples. Every actor who has his own way has a place that is carved…

Hindi Movie Pink – A must see for your growing kids; Both Girls and Boys

‘No’ means ‘No’… ‘No’ in itself is a complete sentence…. it does not need further explanation.  When a girl says ‘No’ it means ‘No’, it can be your friend, girl friend, lover, a sex worker or even your wife. When she says ‘No’, it means ‘No’…. it does not need further explanation… it should be respected…..

The GOOD, The Bad and The Ugly of Freaky Ali

I wrote GOOD in all capital because there is more of good than bad and ugly in Freaky Ali. The Good comes in various levels. The presence of Nawazuddin Siddiqui in itself is a major plus for the movie as he is one of the finest actors in Indian cinema today. The first half of…

I.D. A Movie by Kamal K.M

I.D is a movie I watched on Netflix. Recently over the past few months I have seen a surge of Independent Hindi Movies appearing on Netflix. This was one among them. It is so amazing to see such engrossing movies made in India and for people like me sitting in US can watch them. Thanks…

The Long Lasting Power of Shorts – Interior Cafe

Short Movies have a unique powerful experience of creating a long Lasting Impression. There was a time when short movies were considered the stepping stone to landing on a deal for a full length movie. And I have always been amazed when I watch the early shorts made by many famous directors. But over time Shorts…

The Desert Dancer – A movie for Art and The Freedom to Perform

‘The Desert Dancer’ is a 2014 biographical film directed by Richard Raymond. It tells the true story of a young, self-taught dancer in Iran, Afshin Ghaffarian (played by Reece Ritchie), who risked his life for his dream to become a dancer despite a nationwide dancing ban. The movie also has Freida Pinto in a main…