Tag: Ritesh Shah

Chef Film Review: Savour The Simmering Delights

| October 7, 2017 | 0 Comments

‘When I know the time is right for me I’ll cross the stream, I have a dream’. ABBA song poetically and succinctly conveys the emotion and intensity of anyone’s passion for pursuing his dreams and the price one has to pay to realise them. Chef tells the story of Roshan Kalra(Saif Ali Khan),who had this […]

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Daddy Film Review: Daddy Not So Cool

| September 9, 2017 | 0 Comments

David Ogilvy the ad-guru once remarked that when it comes to tell-all situations by people: ‘First they get going,then they get honours, then they get honest.’ This applies across the board from people on pinnacle of fame to peaks of notoriety. Based on true incidents and life story of Arun Gulab Gaali( Arjun Rampal), Daddy […]

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Commando 2 Film Review: Commands No Interest

| March 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

The nationalistic fervour gripping the nation has led to many spin offs. One of these is the genre of spy thrillers where many movies are being churned out in Bollywood wherein our RAW aka secret service agents aka under cover commandos are taking on missions to safeguard the sovereignty and integrity of the country that […]

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PINK Film Review: Packs A Punch

| September 17, 2016

No means No. It does not need any clarification, explanation, elaboration or verification. Its not merely a word, its a complete sentence in itself that connotes the intention of the sayer. With these powerful words the defense lawyer Deepak Sehgal (Amitabh Bachchan) closes his arguments in a case where he is defending his client Meenal […]

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TE3N Film Review : Best Of Three Is Not Best Of A Movie

| June 11, 2016 | 0 Comments

What is with Kolkatta that used to be the capital of British Raj in India, stuck in a time warp. It’s the third film in as many years where I have seen Kolkatta with its yellow ambassador cabs, Howrah Bridge backdrop, heritage builidings. Nothing of glass, steel and concrete. No modern landscape or architectural showpieces. […]

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Airlift Film Review: An Uplifting Experience

| January 22, 2016 | 0 Comments

There is hardly any melodrama in Airlift. There is no 24×7 media coverage.There could not be, as there was none during the period shown-circa 1990.There is nothing fake in the fictionalized account of a real-life event, that has been recorded in Guinness Book Of World Records as the largest evacuation carried out successfully in the […]

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Citylights film review: Missing Enlightenment

| May 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

Gone are the days when house of Bhatts with its captain Mahesh Bhatt used to flaunt that not only a scene and story has been lifted from a foreign film but the entire film is a shot-by-shot copy (eg.Dil Hai Ki Maanta Nahin from It Happened One Night). Same Bhatt saab who contended that creativity […]

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