I Want To Live – The Story of Madhubala: Beautiful Face Born on Valentine’s Day

[ad_1] Author Khatija Akbar Publisher Hay House India Price Rs 399/- Pages 264 ISBN 978-93-80480-81-7 February 14th is celebrated all over the world as Valentine’s Day. A day when each lover tries to make it the most romantic with that someone special be it over cup of coffee, movie, shopping date or romantic dinner. Valentine’s… Continue reading I Want To Live – The Story of Madhubala: Beautiful Face Born on Valentine’s Day

Bollywood After 9/11 – The Depiction of Islam and the West in Indian Cinema

[ad_1] Since the dramatic events of 9/11, Bollywood cinema has shown an unusual interest in the terrorist film genre, especially as regards to international terrorism and global tensions between Islam and the West. Striking examples of this genre include Kabir Khan’s New York (2008), Karan Johar’s My Name is Khan (2010), Rensil D’Silva’s Kurbaan (2009)… Continue reading Bollywood After 9/11 – The Depiction of Islam and the West in Indian Cinema

DhobiGhat Movie Review

[ad_1] The buzz of the most anticipated film of the year is in the air, Yes, I am talking about Amir Khan Starrer “DhobiGhat”, bollywood pundits already have rated it a blockbuster, as year 2011 started with couple of flops in the likes of Tees Mar Khan and Yamla Pagla Dewana, Dhobighat might break this… Continue reading DhobiGhat Movie Review

Book Review: Written by Salim-Javed – The Story of Hindi Cinema’s Greatest Screenwriters

[ad_1] I am very positive that all Amitabh Bachchan fans have got many electrifying dialogues registered in their vocabulary then and even today be it from the movie Sholay, Don, Trishul or Deewar. The duo who gave midas touch to screen writing then in 70’s and 80’s with their epic dialogues were none other than… Continue reading Book Review: Written by Salim-Javed – The Story of Hindi Cinema’s Greatest Screenwriters