Hindi Medium goes too strong to make a valid point

The Cinema Station's Rating: Standard 3rd AC Journey (3/5) Bollywood has always gone hard and done well with the message of social and language disparity and with Hindi Medium's trailers, once again the message was going to be the same. With a finely jazzy soundtrack with Punjabi classics along with the wit of Irrfan Khan and... Continue Reading →

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“Mere paas maa hai…” 10 times the 21st Bollywood moms intrigued us

Kirron Kher (Dostana) How would an Indian mom react on finding her son in the act of being gay ? That expression and scene was nailed by Kirron Kher in Dostana. Even though the Bollywood veteran did not play a major role in the film her cameo added the extra element of comedy and mirth.... Continue Reading →

Bollywood Films That Wouldn’t Have Been Complete Without Brides Eloping Marraiges

Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge – The Classic One of the best directed, acted and scripted films of all time and without doubt the greatest love stories to have ever been made. Starring the most fascinating on screen couple of all time, Shahrukh Khan and Kajol or as most people know Raj and Simran, DDLJ tops... Continue Reading →

Trailer Trails: Freaky Ali looks damn freaky and enjoyable

Welcome to our first edition of #TrailerTalks. Today we talk about the trailer of Salman Khan's latest production , Freaky Ali, re launching his kin, Arbaaz Khan opposite to the amazingly adept Nawazuddin Siddiqui. Well as the trailer revelas, Freaky Ali is the freaky story of a road side Mumbai goon who i surprisingly good at... Continue Reading →

Our Recommendation For This Friendship Day Weekend

Hey Guys, watch out for our Recommendations For This Friendship Day Weekend. Thats all you need to make it a Filmy Friendship Weekend Partners in Crime: Sholay  Starring: Dharmendra (Veeru), Sanjeev Kumar (Thakur Baldev Singh), Hema Malini (Basanti), Amitabh Bachchan (Jai), Jaya Bhaduri (Radha), Amjad Khan (Gabbar Singh) The song “Ye Dosti Hum nahi Todenge” made a... Continue Reading →

Dhishoom: Dashing Cops, Bashing Entertainment, Yet Something Missing

Starring: John Abraham (Kabir Shergill), Varun Dhawan (Junaid Ansari), Jacqueline Fernandez (Ishika), Akshaye Khanna (Wagah), Saqib Saleem (Viraj) Director: Rohit Dhwan Music: Pritam The Dhawan family has always delivered their best when it comes to trendy entertainers. Ranging from the famous No.1 series of the senior, Mr. David Dhawan to their latest venture, Dhishoom involving both,... Continue Reading →

Independence Day – The Resurgence: Try Watching It If You Want To Avoid a Sleeping Pill

Starring: Liam Hemsworth(Jake Morrison), Jeff Goldbium (David Levinson), Bill Pullman(Thomas J. Whitmore), Maika Monroe (Patricia Whitmore), Jessie Usher (Dylan Dubrow-Hiller), Sela Ward (President Elizabeth Lanford), Travis Tope (Charlie Ritter), Brent Spiner (Dr. Brakish Okun), Charlotte Gainsbourg (Dr. Catherine Marceaux), William Fichtner (Joshua Adams) Director: Roland Emmerich Music: Harald Kloser, Thomas Wanker Cinematography and Screenplay: Markus... Continue Reading →

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