What are the odds? is a 2020 Netflix India original, directed by Megha Ramaswamy and is a quirky coming of age story of two teenagers, Vivek and Ashwin.
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Aamis, the 2019 Assamese thriller, that perhaps deserved to be sent for the oscars, considering the rise of regional cinema.
Multi-starrer films are as good as the cast in it. There have been many films throughout the history of Bollywood wherein big names share silver screen together, and do it convincingly. Films like Satte pe Satta, The Burning Train, Hum Saath Saath hain, have been notable with their performances and screen writing, but we cannot … Continue reading Amar Akbar Anthony
The era of the 50's was when the Hindi film industry began to gain momentum with some legendary film-makers like Guru Dutt, K.A Abbas and Raj Khosla among others, and also with some great artists including Raj Kapoor, Dev Anand, Waheeda Rehman and Nargis. When it comes to a sibling relationship, we have known to … Continue reading Boot Polish
To true nature of humanity lies in its vulnerability and complex set of emotions. If there's any film that made me weep throughout, it has to be Masoom. A film that most of our generation is yet to witness and which derives its story from the simple plot that even good humans make regretful mistakes, … Continue reading Masoom
"Jeena yahan marna yahan, iske siva jana kahan". Well, this was the anthem of the golden era of Raj Kapoor. Hindi film industry wouldn't have been the same had it not been for him. With numerous classics and plenty of soulful music, he gave Indian cinema a new dimension, with a signature of his own. … Continue reading Mera Naam Joker
The era of 80's was full of emotions, with beautiful love stories, great drama, action films, and comedy ofcourse. It gave us many cult classics like Mr. India, Chandni and Qayamat se Qayamat Tak. But there's one genre which wasn't explored enough, and Kundan Shah, the director known for his visionary yet subtle story lines, … Continue reading Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro
Growing up in an urban setup and nuclear family, i never really understood the lifestyle and values of the villages and especially during early decades of 70's and 80's where there was limited connectivity. When i watched Nadiya Ke Paar, i immersed myself into that rural setup and got insights into deep rooted Indian values, … Continue reading Nadiya Ke Paar