It does not take much time to fall in love with this Sassy and Badass Bandookbaaz

We loved it in Gangs of Wasseypur, then again in Raman Raghav, and now, once again he dons the same impulsive and rash gangster avtaar in Babumoshai Bandookbaaz. It should not take much time to fall in love with the character of Nawazuddin who pretty much, runs the entire 3-minute trailer and owns his space as the... Continue Reading →

Sunil Shetty’s comeback is my cheering point in A Gentleman’s trailer

Glossy stars, loud action, good to go comedy, a love story with an overdose of music and a few intimate scenes is turning to be the defining points of commercial cinema in Bollywood. With an impactful packed trailer releasing a few hours back, A Gentleman: Sundar Susheel Risky looks to be another dhoom dhadaam film in 2017.... Continue Reading →

Mubarakan looks to be the regular Bollywood humdrum

Our film industry never fails to give the regular comedy drama cocktail. To be honest, if you are the regular Bollywood buff, you might actually end up enjoying Mubarakan, but the film looks to be a collection of the most well-exploited Bollywood cliches. What looks to be an adaptation of Salman Khan's Judwa, Mubarakan puts before you a... Continue Reading →

Neil Nitin Mukesh’s unholy look is the most striking part of Indu Sarkar’s trailer

"Emergency mein emotion nahi..mere order chalte hai." With that being the opening lines in a 2-minute 55-second long trailer, Neil Nitin Mukesh's persona set a gripping tone for Indu Sarkar's trailer. Indu Sarkar's succulent trailer puts light on a lot of things but unearthing the character of Sanjay Gandhi and his role in 1975 emergency has... Continue Reading →

Trailer Trails: Arjun Rampal looks to boss as Daddy hints at being a perfect Bollywood gangster film

Bollywood, gangsters and Mumbai have been the perfect 3-course meal over the years. Once Upon a Time in Mumbai, Company, Maqbool and the list goes on and on before we settle on a number of amazing films Bollywood has produced in the gangster genre. However, despite the expertise, there has been a huge void left as... Continue Reading →

Trailer Trails…Toilet Ek Prem Katha: What’s better? Vidya Balan’s advertisement or Akshay Kumar’s comical illustration

After almost a year we are back with our venture of Trailer Trails, where we talk about the scoring and losing points of film trailers. A film's trailer gives you hundreds of reasons whether to watch a film or not and hence analyzing it saves the audience' money and time.   Sajid Khan portrayed Akshay... Continue Reading →

Trailer Trails: Raaz Reboot

Since its inception in 2002, the Raaz series has been one of the most popular productions of the Bhatt production banner. The Raaz movies have always oscillated around a common theme, a love story with a haunted background; and so does Raaz Reboot. Not only does the film pose a naive title for a horror film... Continue Reading →

Trailer Trails: MS Dhoni – The Untold Story

"India lifts the world cup after 28 years and its an Indian captain who has been magnificient in the night of the final"; the words from Ravi Shastri on the 2nd of April 2011 as the Indian captain struck a massive six to win India its second cricket World Cup still echo in the ears... Continue Reading →

Trailer Trails: Kyuki Picture Abhi Baaki Hai Mere Dost

Hey Guys, we are back with the 2nd edition of #TrailerTalks. Today we put under the lense Ajay Devgan's latest adventure thriller, Shivaay. The movie stars the veteran Mr. Devgan, the comedian Vir Das(which looks to be the exciting point) and a new girl on the block, Sayesha Saigal. Shivaay is fast and furious. The trailers... Continue Reading →

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