Month: August 2020

August 31, 2020

Review on Mr and Mrs Iyer

[ad_1] The film Mr. and Mrs. Iyer is a an Indian film written and directed by Aparna Sen in 2002. The story moves around a south Indian women (Tamil girl) from a Brahmin community going to see her husband who is in Calcutta with her […]

August 27, 2020

Who’s Who in Bollywood – Actors

[ad_1] Despite the fact that Bollywood exceeds Hollywood in film output, Bollywood has a much smaller star system, which means Indian actors appear in far more films than their American counterparts-some doing as many as five movies a year. Luckily, that makes it easier for […]

August 23, 2020

Priyanka Chopra Strikes Out in Hollywood

[ad_1] Star from India in America The Mumbai film industry is second only to Hollywood, but despite churning out the largest number of films in the world, hardly any Indian actress makes it big in the US entertainment industry. There is no doubt that the […]

August 19, 2020

4 Excellent Films Commemorating the Battle of Little Big Horn

[ad_1] In honor of June 26, we would like to recommend the following historically “accurate” films: Son of the Morning Star, Little Big Man, Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee, and American Experience’s Emmy award winning documentary Last Stand at Little Big Horn Between June […]

August 15, 2020

Memorable Films of Meena Kumari

[ad_1] Meena Kumari started her career as a child artist in order to support her poor family. She had always wanted to go to school like other children but destiny had something else planned for her. She became one of the most appreciated actresses of […]

August 11, 2020

Pather Panchali Sang The Perfect Song Of Humansim

[ad_1] 1956, the Cannes Film Festival, a Bengali filmmaker got the award of “Best Human Document” for his low budget film “Pather Panchali”. The greatest film ever made in Indian History of Cinema. A novel turned into a motion frame just became eternal at the […]

August 3, 2020

Panorama of Hindi Movies in the Modern Era

[ad_1] Hindi movies have long been recognized as a narration of Indian culture and tradition. It reflects and also influences the lifestyle of Indian people to a great extent. Since the time it has been introduced it is known as the most popular form of […]