“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 →

What could Vishal Bhardwaj’s Rangoon have in Store for You ?

  Passion, pain, agony, suffering and a heart breaking climax have been the stand out features of Vishal Bhardwaj's love stories. Whether it be the bold and violent Maqbool or the political and malignant Omkara, Vishal Bhardwaj's love stories have never been known to end on a jolly note. In today's journey we discuss more... Continue Reading →

Bollywood’s Finest Court Room Drama FIlms

The Train for the Journey:  Mandovi Express (Mumabi - Goa) Waqt(1965) - Second AC An acting master class with a sleek plot and a well crafted murder mystery makes Waqt one of the oldest court room bestsellers in the industry. With Sunil Dutt playing a young and energetic lawyer who goes on to save Raj... Continue Reading →

The most Iconic Item Songs Bollywood fans have seen

Item songs have been the heart of Bollywood since the birth of the Industry. The Cinema Station lists out The Most Iconic Songs of Bollywood mapping these legends to one of India's most used trains, Lokmanya Tilak Terminus Hazrat Nizamuddin AC Express. Similar to the train, these item songs have been the life of many films and have... Continue Reading →

Shah Rukh Khan: The Lesser Known Films

In a career decorated with brilliant classics like Baazigar, Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge, Veer Zaara, Don and many more, The Cinema Station brings to you 16 lesser known films of King Khan, which not only won him awards and fame but are embedded in the memories of die hard Shah Rukh fans. Today's Train Journey: Palace... Continue Reading →

Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra: Director of The North

Cinema, just like any other field has always been evolving into something bigger and better and when it comes to Bollywood, both films and film makers have taken a giant leap to revolutionize the standard of films made over the decades. This silent revolution that has spread over the last decade has seen a number... Continue Reading →

The Stations we saw in Bollywood’s August Journey

August 2016 saw some films making big bucks while on the other hand some fancy films taking an unexpected dip. As our journey progressed through August, our train stopped at multiple stations, starting from The Legend Of Michael Mishra, followed by Rustom, Mohenjodaro, Happy Bhag Jayegi and ending with our new superhero, A Flying Jatt.... Continue Reading →

10 Times We Saw Bollywood explore the Superhero Genre

As we are on the bring of the release of A Flying Jatt, featuring Tiger Shroff as a fearless Punjabi superhero, we look back upon some films that have already featured in this category. Mr.India: Mogambo Khush Hua  One of the old time classics which patronised the name Mogambo in Bollywood, Mr. India featured the... 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 →

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