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  1. KIRAN

    September 26, 2015 at 8:07 pm


  2. Rathi Harikrishnan

    October 5, 2015 at 3:26 pm

    My name is Rathi Harikrishnan. By day I work in Human Resources, but I also moonlight as a writer. I write about current issues, mostly pet peeves. What really lights up a dull day for me, is a nice movie. I absolutely love watching movies and writing about them. I’ve kept at it for a couple of years now and truly look forward to any opportunity for writing. Besides movies, I also love travelling and I intend on starting a travel blog as well, soon.
    You can find a sample of my work on the following link; feedback would be welcome:

  3. Disha

    October 18, 2015 at 11:08 am

    Let me first tell you that I was eagerly waiting to watch The Martian from a very long time. You may almost call it desperate. I normally watch all my movies in Cinepolis which let me tell you is utterly magnificent. It is hands down the best theatre in my area.

    Anyway since desperate times call for desperate measures, I ended up booking tickets in Gopalan. And guess what? My hopes were dashed into the hardest metaphorical wall of disappointment. Also, it didn’t help that the seats were solid rock. So much for a delightful cinematic experience. Okay so the movie was simply amazing. It was perfect and it was everything I had hoped for. But Dear Gopalan Cinemas, you destroyed my cinematic experience. The screen quality was so pathetic, it was simply a horrendous screen. FYI, it was in 3D. Heres the saddest part, there were outlines of every object on the screen even with my glasses on. Way to go.

    The only time it was a little clear was when the film focused on the actors faces. Without glasses, mind you. The glasses simply made the movie dull and gloomy and blotchy and pathetic. That screen was so bad that I do not have it in my power to describe  in words.

    I was surprised to see that they collect deposit for the 3D glasses. Mind you, I do not have a problem with this system, I have a problem with GOPALAN USING THIS SYSTEM. HOW DARE THEY. How do they have the sheer audacity to take deposits for glasses that are as good as a 5-year olds play toy.The glasses were so cloudy even after vigorous wiping. The gall they have.

    I do realize this is more of an angry rant than a review but I cannot help it. I vow to never step inside that mall, let alone theatre. It is a disgrace to the quality of screens across Bangalore. FYI, I paid 250 for 2 hours of continous cleaning of  my glasses and deciding when to remove them to get a clearer picture. I wish to spread the word and hope you never go for a movie there. IT IS THE WORST THEATRE IN THE HISTORY OF WORST THEATRES. I ALREADY WARNED YOU. BEWARE.


    October 24, 2015 at 2:34 pm

    Talvar – a Bollywood docudrama based on the 2008 Aarushi Talwar murder case – is a murder mystery. Directed by Meghna Gulzar (daughter of Gulazar sahib), Talvar has been written and co-produced by Vishal Bhardwaj (Mr Vineet Jain, MD of Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. being the other producer). Talvar, strikingly named after the surname Talwar, resembles the sword in the hand of Lustitia, the Roman God of justice. The film tracks the murder of Aarushi Talwar and the house servant Khempal and the following three rounds of investigation (one by the Noida Police and the other two by the CBI). What emanates from Talvar is not only a gripping brisk thriller laden with superlative performances but also the depiction of our rotten investigation system and highly judgemental media.

    One wonders why Vishal did not direct the film himself. The reason for Meghna to direct the film could have been to keep the dramatized version as impartial as possible. However, the narrative is such that one is bound to feel sympathetic towards the parents. What the film did not depict is the change in testimony by Nupur Talwar (mother) in connection with the keys of Aarushi’s room.

    Considering the film to be fiction, it is one of the best screenplays (by Vishal Bhardwaj) to have been presented on celluloid in recent times. In a murder mystery, the most important aspect to make it work is to keep the current alive till the very end. This being based on a real incident which is yet pending before the Delhi High Court if I am not wrong, had its own limitations from a storytelling perspective. But Vishal has pulled it off with panache.

    Each and every actor in this film has done justice to his / her role. One fails to understand why Tabu is there in the film. Probably her role got edited to such an extent that it lost its relevance. The man on whose shoulders this film stands tall is IRFAN. What an actor – his nuances, dialogue delivery, smile and voice modulation speak volumes of his acting prowess. At the age of almost 50, he is getting to play such pivotal roles which show the confidence which directors and producers globally repose in him. Next week we will get to see him in Jazbaa along with Aish. He is having the ball of a time onscreen. It is probably that phase in actor’s career in which whatever he touches turns into gold – Piku, Jurassic Park, Qissa and Talvar. Hope Jazbaa makes it five in a row for Irfan this year.

    The series of events following the double murders raise questions on the morality of media, the professionalism of police and investigating agencies and last but not least – the ethics of We, the people of India. One of the remarks which my wife made after the show was that one should never keep a permanent domestic help sums up the risk factor which surrounds all of us in daily life. The film made me move into a corner of our home and write this review.

    Guys do go and watch this masterpiece.


  5. Karan Singh Chauhan

    May 12, 2017 at 12:02 pm

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    June 13, 2017 at 11:13 pm

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