Month: December 2019

Round Table- Yami Gautam,Rajeev Masand at Mood Indigo 2019

Moods at the Mood Indigo Festival – Day 1

Concert Concerts at Mood Indigo at each of the four nights attract an enormous number of people. The performances of various Indian and international artists take place in the open grounds of Gymkhana which is spectacular to witness. The very first day of MI’19(26th December) featured Los Angeles Mixmaster also known as “the DJ in

With DABANGG 3, Salman Khan Has Delivered His 15th Consecutive 100 Crore Film At The Indian Box-office

Salman Khan has delivered his 15th consecutive 💯 Cr. film with Dabangg 3. A record which is almost unbeatable, unshakable And unstoppable. What a decade this man has lived from ‘Dabangg’ To ‘Dabangg 3’! It’s undoubtedly the best decade of his 30 years long illustrious career so far. Dabangg 3 Goes Past The Lifetime Total

‘Dabangg 3’ Becomes The Biggest Non-holiday Opener Of 2019 From Bollywood So Far Despite The Protests, Curfew In Several Parts Of The Country

Despite the ongoing protests against CAA, NRC in various parts of the Country, section 144 enforced in different cities and shows’re getting cancelled due to Curfew in some of the key areas, still Dabangg 3 becomes the biggest non-holiday opener of 2019 from Bollywood so far. 1st day concludes on a terrific note with a

Zombiesthaan Review (4/5): Refreshingly Unique Yet A Globally Relevant Film With Underlying Message

Bengal’s first zombie film ‘Zombiesthaan’ showcases the zombies as a metaphor. Deep inside it shows that humans are nothing sort of mindless zombies. If requires men won’t even hesitate to kill men and eat their flesh in future the way they used to do it for their survival in the early stage of human civilization.

Sagardwipey Jawker Dhan Review (3.5/5): Best Visual Effects Film Ever Made In The History Of Bengali Cinema

There are some films which sound so spectacular at the concept and scripting level but when it comes to execution its not only looks challenging but also feels next to impossible task. Specially when someone is making a film on a treasure hunt which offers never seen before visual effects in Bengali Cinema, but within

Panipat Review (4/5): A Well Researched Authentic Historical War Drama That Captures The True Valour Of Marathas

The third battle of Panipat (1761) is one of the most significant battles of the 18th century. the description of that gruesome battle itself can move any Indian. The emperor of Afghanistan Ahmad Shah Abdali himself paid a tribute to one of his arch rivals in a letter to then Jaipur ruler, Madhav Singh. Abdali