Chup Chup Ke
Priyadarshan is a brand. Although the accomplished storyteller has tackled various genres in the past, somehow, the very mention of his name on billboards conjures images of a film that promises loads of laughter.
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36 China Town
In a career spanning almost two decades, right from their debut Hindi film AGNEEKAAL to their last release AITRAAZ, director duo Abbas-Mustan have handled thrillers proficiently. The mystery element worked extremely well in films like KHILADI, BAAZIGAR and HUMRAAZ. Read the rest of this entry »


July 18, 2006

This is a film about the conflict between those who adhere strongly to traditional Indian values and a breed of young Indians that have sprung up, wanting to get rich fast by any means. Read the rest of this entry »

You watch movies week after week. Some stories remain etched in your memory. Some evaporate minutes after they’ve been narrated. Besides, there’s a strong possibility that the tale the storyteller has chosen to narrate may appeal to him more than it would to the listener. That’s precisely the problem with SHIKHAR. Read the rest of this entry »

Vaah Life Ho Toh Aisi

July 18, 2006

Every moment was fun, frolic, music and masti for the tigers. Thanks to their loveable chachu Adi and the adorable Piya. All they could feel and say was “Vaah! Life Ho Toh Aisi!” The tigers were always together, always terrific, always triumphant. And then something terrible happened and life wasn’t the same again. Read the rest of this entry »

BRAHMACHARI meets MR. INDIA meets HUM HAIN RAHI PYAR KE meets GHOST meets MEET JOE BLACK. That, in a nutshell, is Mahesh Manjrekar’s latest endeavor VAAH! LIFE HO TOH AISI, produced by Sangeeta Ahir.
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