Saturday , November 18 2017
Home / Tag Archives: bollywood

Tag Archives: bollywood

SECRET SUPERSTAR: BECOMING FAMOUS: NO SECRET AMBITION AMONGST URBAN YOUTH

By keeping title as ‘Secret Superstar’, the director Advait Chandan may have deliberately desired to allude to drama connected to the central celluloid character and content of the film; yet by indirect implication, the title ends up encapsulating enormous metaphorical meaning about a current socio- psycho-cultural phenomenon of hopes and …

Read More »

RUKH: ONLY ONE SIDE CAN’T BE REAL

Seems debutant director Atanu Mukherjee’s film titled ‘Rukh’ is inspired by famed timeless words of David Thoreau ‘Simplify. Simplify’ BY senior IAS officer SUSHIL KUMAR. After seeing Rukh, one wonders as to how a first timer can demonstrate mastery and ease in simplifying complexities in cinematic creativity to create a …

Read More »

BAREILLY KI BARFI: SWEET STORY OF A GIRL’S EMPOWERMENT

FILM-O-CONTEXT: Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari’s Bareilly ki Barfi (BKB) is a typical formula film, which through indirect allusions to aspirations of Millennials caught in archetype small satellite town of India, has managed to create immediate identification BY filmonalyst Sushil Kumar. The film depicts assertion of the main protagonist Bitti (played by …

Read More »

RAEES AND KAABIL: COMPARATIVE REFLECTIONS

Unexpectedly and unusually, both films (Rahul Dholakia’s Raees and Sanjay Gupta’s Kaabil have bucked the Bollywood trend , of Box-office bonanza becoming bust due to two big star films releasing simultaneously on same day (some exception like Lagaan and Gadar), writes filmoanalyst Sushil Kumar. Contrary claims concerning two films, conveying …

Read More »

DANGAL – REAL BATTLE FOR GIRL CHILD

FILM-O- TEXT AND CONTEXT: Cine-socio-psychologically speaking, since quite a while, Nitesh Tiwari’s film, namely, Dangal (wrestling contest) is straight from that famed stable called social realism cinema made famous by the likes of Vittorio De Sica (Bicycle Thief) and others, writes Sushil Kumar, a senior IAS officer, who is also …

Read More »

Powered by moviekillers.com