Author Archives: MrCool

MrCool reviews Guzaarish – Watch It

Review by MrCool Guzaarish Hrithik Roshan, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Shernaz patel, Aditya Roy Kapur Direction: Sanjay Leela Bhansali I am amazed how Sanjay Leela Bhansali, who was written off as a director during his Saawariya-time bounces back to deliver a very difficult film set in Goa. Guzaarish is a wonderful film, but it is heavily

what does Dabaang mean?

like Da-bang? like bang bang? LOL is this even Hindi or Marathi word or something? Sorry for my ignorance, but if this is not a real word, the title is pretty stupid. Anyway, the stills are nice, thankfully, we don’t see Salman flexing his muscles in over the top ways like almost all his previous

My Review of RAAVAN. Interesting Watch

Review of Raavan MrCool I knew this movie was going to be a special one when the opening act, right before credits rolled on, revealed the base of the entire subject. All within first few minutes. A very clever and unconventional way to start without any character-history attached. I was riveted with Raagini’s (Aishwarya Rai

LA Times Reviews Raavan. Another Great Review!,0,1210817.story LA Times Raavan Review Bollywood superstar Abishek Bachchan has the title role of the romantic adventure epic “Raavan,” but the movie belongs to his exquisite real-life wife Aishwarya Rai. A blue-eyed beauty who resembles Myrna Loy, Rai’s Ragini is the wife of Dev (Chiyaan Vikram), a virile police inspector assigned to bring down the

New York Times gives Raavan thumbs Up as well! Nice By RACHEL SALTZ Published: June 18, 2010 This film has been designated as a Critics’ Pick. The low-caste Beera rules the forest in “Raavan,” Mani Ratnam’s richly atmospheric adaptation of the Indian epic “The Ramayana.” Though the film takes place in the present, Mr. Ratnam’s forest remains an appropriately primeval place for mythic doings,

Variety reviews Raavan. Another great review Raavan review By ROBERT KOEHLER A cop and self-styled Robin Hood face off in a wild and brawny contest in Mani Ratnam’s bullets-and-dance spectacle “Raavan.” Consistently one of India’s most versatile and exciting directors, Ratnam angles for one of his bigger commercial vehicles by mixing knockout action sequences, primal dramatic elements and superstar Aishwarya

Hollywood Reporter Reviews – Raavan. Nice Watch! Raavan — Film Review By Ray Bennett, June 17, 2010 07:00 ET Bottom Line: Pan-Indian saga with epic sweep, intense emotion and gorgeous images. LONDON — Filled with rich colors and lively action, Mani Ratnam’s classically themed epic “Raavan” brings together the mythology of Indian culture and the flair and fun of Bollywood with

KITES has been REJECTED! quit justifying it

If people really want to justify Kites, at least do it with some validated argument. To say this was not-genre-friendly is insane to say the least. By that standard, every flop movie of a major star must be ground breaking and something audience just did not get. Kites was 100 times more safer than Jodhaa

Mani Ratnam’s Dil Se – Ae Ajnabi

I love the way this song is shot. The camera work focuses on Manisha Koirala alone in the beginning but the connection she feels through the radio for her obsessed lover through this masterpiece of a song is outstandingly haunting and dark.