• Qalandar Plugs CHAMKU (Hindi; 2008)

    The first sequence gets you. It’s aboard a train — as so many of the best action sequences are — and Bobby Deol, his hands bound, is being escorted to an unidentified gangster, along with a young woman supplied from Varanasi for the gangster’s pleasure. Her bright-red shalwar qameez simply underscores her nervousness; not the the gangster cares, pulling her to him even as he yells at his men to kill Deol’s character and throw him off the train. At that point, a cell-phone — within the woman’s brassiere — rings, and all hell breaks loose, as the narrow passages of the train erupt in gunfire and good ol’ action. Can’t keep a hero down, even with his hand bound. Read the complete review HERE.

  • Qalandar Reviews NAAN KADAVUL (Tamil; 2009)

    EXCERPT: “Naan Kadavul (“I Am God”) is the logical terminus of Bala’s concerns, which include a concern with the history of the Tamil masala hero persona (there can be little doubt Bala has cinematic history on the brain; the descent of a godlike star into the masses’ midst is a fleeting motif in Pithamagan, in the person of Simran playing herself in a medley of old film songs; in Naan Kadavul, there is another medley, with people — all beggars, I might add — dressed up as MGR, Sivaji Ganesan, and Rajni, not to mention an ultra-lewd man dressed in drag and cavorting to one of Nayanthara’s dance numbers; for the original video of that “Yammadi” song from Vallavan (2006), feast your eyes on this)

  • Bachna Ae Haseeno Indicine Review

    Bachna Ae Haseeno starring Ranbir Kapoor, Deepika Padukone, Bipasha Basu and Minissha Lamba. Directed by Siddharth Anand and produced by Yashraj Films. Detailed Indicine Bachna Haseeno Movie Review Read more here – Bachna Ae Haseeno Review

  • Singh Is King Indicine Review

    Review of Singh Is King the most hyped movie of the year with Akshay Kumar, Katrina Kaif in the lead. Check out the review – Review Singh Is Kinng Movie Review


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