A short film is a modest method to decide whether you should proceed onward to highlight films, or on the off chance that you need more experience with specific parts of film making. Short movies can be the path of your feature film which you intend to make in future. In layman term, a short film is any movie not long enough in running time but to be viewed as a feature film.
A Biopic is a film that sensationalizes the life of a non-fictional based individual or individuals. Biopics showcase journey of historical individuals, actors, artists, singers even ‘Normal’ people who all dealt with phenomenal events to the people around the world. If you’re looking for worth watching Biopics, here is a list of Biopics. Pick one or watch all of them.
Directed by Niraj Ghyawan and written by Varun Grover, Masaan is a film that delves deep into the affair between life and death. With a backdrop of Varanasi, we see the life of the characters taking a sharp arc, which can come as both shocking and heartbreaking. Though all the characters are flawsome, today we are going to analyse the character of Devi.
Netflix and chill is all we needed and did in this pandemic. Despite the fact that we have an extensive list of subscription bills, still we binge watch each and every day and night. Netflix has been our saviour. Following a long tiring day of working you need some amusement and binge watching, correct? All things considered, once more Netflix has thought of another approach to energize us, THE NETFLIX STREAM FEST!! Isn't that something we have wanted for like forever? For two days one can stream for free on Netflix. So, you have two days to watch as many movies as you can, no work pressure as it’s a weekend. Trust me this is the most ideal thing. There are endless films one can go over and the struggle to choose is real. It takes so much time finding a movie than watching one. So here I'll make that task simple for all of you!
Hindi Cinema has evolved through the years, movies like Bahubali 2: The conclusion, Chhichhore have been blockbusters as soon as it released in theatres without a doubt. Movies like these have gained a lot and were praised by critics and the audience as well. But what about the movies which are also blockbusters, in fact, were pure gems that unfortunately didn’t get many appraisals? These movies trust me are must-watch. You won’t regret watching them. Here’s a list of movies that were pure gems but didn’t perform well at the box office.
Every person who goes to Mumbai dreams of becoming the next Bollywood superstar. Success does not come easy and surely, it is not necessary that it begins with the silver screen. There have been many who have debuted through television before entering Bollywood. Let's talk about some of them.
Set design is the most important part of concept. The set design and concept give overall look to the audience by describing director’s concept and also a home for a model to interact with.
As one of the biggest film centre points on the planet, the Indian entertainment world is famous for its allure, dynamic quality, and show. These days, viewing Tollywood films on Hindi film channels is a typical sight.
Sometimes when a new movie releases, you wonder where have you heard the name or the story of the film. It’s either you must have read the book or heard the name as a best seller or a book recommended by a friend. Many of novels have made a good impact as films. Now let us look at the major films adaptations.
Do you know why India's highest cinema award is given in the name of Dadasaheb Phalke? So we all know about the most prestigious and coveted award of Indian cinema “Dadasaheb Phalke Award” but most of us do not know much about Dadasaheb, his life and his contribution to Indian cinema. Dadasaheb Phalke is known as the 'Father of Indian Cinema'.
In January 2020, only weeks after the main instances of the Covid showed up in the Chinese city of Wuhan, films over the area started to close. The circumstance was especially decimating, going ahead the night before the Chinese New Year occasion, which customarily makes for one of the most worthwhile long stretches of film visits in any place on the world.
Here are few iconic Bollywood films, that have portrayed the life of a doctor, focused on their personal relationships, their ambitions and what not. We salute them for their hardwork. Let's recall some of the best on-screen doctors that left a mark on their viewer's heart. 1. ANAND Amitabh Bachchan may have enacted scores of … Continue reading #Doctor’s Day : Take a look at the Bollywood Films
News broke today of the untimely and heartbreaking demise of actor Sushant Singh Rajput. The "Kai Po Che" actor was found hanging at his house in Bandra by his domestic help. His departure leaves a void in our heart which cannot ever be filled. His unfortunate death is a mystery but the Hero has lived … Continue reading Sushant Singh Rajput: Gone too soon
Amazon Prime Video's latest release Gulabo Sitabo is a comedy-melancholy which explores the rawest forms of human nature disguised in humor. Helmed by Shoojit Sircar and starring Amitabh Bachchan and Ayushman Khurrana in lead roles, this is worth a watch. Check out our review.
Piku's story is stunning.It beautifully explores the most basic bond of life -a parent, a child, a beginning and an end. It takes a gander at adoration. It grins delicately at Bengali flavors, at fish fry and digestion pills, yet in addition at all inclusive stories, of irritating family members and domestics who care for … Continue reading Piku
A film that you will watch 'dobara'
Margarita With A Straw is an Indian drama directed by eccentric filmmaker, Shonali Bose. It stars Kalki Koechlin as a teenager with cerebral palsy, Bose had said that her cousin Malini Chib, who is a disability rights activist, inspired Kalki’s character. The story follows Laila Kapoor (Kalki) as she relocates to America for her undergraduate … Continue reading Margarita With A Straw
Na koi Tarang hai na koi Umang hai, meri Zindagi bhi kya ek Kati Patang hai-this beautiful dialogue by Kamal was only intended to describe his life but it was amazing to see how it was equally applicable to Madhu's life as well.This 1971 film was adapted from the novel of the same name by … Continue reading KATI PATANG