Anti-dumb yet engaging — that is the rallying cry of the best and brightest in new Hindi cinema, says Usri Basistha Surfing the cinematic tide Authors Preeti Chaturvedi (left) and Nirmal Kumar interviewed eight filmmakers, including five women ... Tehelka, 1 month ago
The BIGGEST movie hits during the IPL seasons. If Eid is reserved for Salman Khan, Diwali for Shah Rukh Khan and Christmas for Aamir Khan, the IPL seems to be reserved for Emraan Hashmi! The actor has scored big hits during this time, with Jannat and its sequel, Jannat 2. This IPL, we will see him do the disappearing act in Mr X. There was a time when Hindi movies stayed away from the marquee during the IPL season. The second IPL season in 2009 especially saw a dry spell for ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Dear Dibakar You have set the trend for grim, hatke cinema that catches the viewer unawares. Your style of story-telling is entirely your own and this is what was seen even in a small segment in BOMBAY TALKIES where four directors displayed their talent.Glamsham, 1 month ago Dibakar Banerjee: Making Detective Byomkesh Bakshy! was like walking through a minefield Indian Express, 1 month ago On a detective's trail The Hindu, 1 month ago 'Making Detective Byomkesh Bakshy! was like walking through a minefield' MSN News US, 1 month ago
The Sushant Singh Rajput starrer detective film just released and has the audiences raving about it. Here's 5 reason why you should catch the film for sure this weekend! Are you a sucker for detective stories and suspense thrillers? Then ...DNA India, 1 month ago Detective Byomkesh Bakshy gets a UA from the censor board with a few cuts Bollywood Hungama, 1 month ago DBB! gets a 'UA' from the censor board India FM, 1 month ago Detective Byomkesh Bakshy! gets a 'UA' fr... India FM, 1 month ago
Movie Review: Byomkesh Bakshi Darkly Engaging! — By | Apr 03, 2015 05:27 pm Cast: Sushant Singh Rajput, Swastika Mukerjee, Divya Menon, Anand Tiwari Director: Dibakar Banerjee Rating: * * * Dibakar Banerjee's film making craft is different ...The Freepress Journal, 1 month ago
He keeps a Ganesha idol in his room. His next book will have eight chapters set in Mumbai. He loves India; it's his biggest market. Yet there is one thing that Jeffrey Archer detests -- it actually drives him nuts! -- about this country. The Baron of Bestsellers speaks to Savera R Someshwar/Rediff.com in his most fascinating interview yet! Image: Jeffrey Archer in Mumbai. Photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com You'll have to speak up because I'm slightly deaf." Saying these words is a man ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
A near-death experience was a turning point in Author and blogger Laxmi Hariharan’s Life. it inspired the birth of her protagonist — ruby iyer, a conflicted girl who follows her instincts and speaks her mind It all began after the rape of the young ...Asian Age, 2 months ago
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