Do you believe in God? Have you seen God? Why do you worship God? These questions have crossed our minds many a times, but rarely has the pursuit for the Lord led to a substantial proof of his existence.
Christopher Nolan has done it again. They say the third outing is always tricky as there is awful lot of pressure to present a convincing plot for the audience in a way that the trilogy culminates into one phenomenal celluloid experience. Nolan has undoubtedly, outdone himself with his latest film which also happens to be the last in the Batman franchise.
In an age such as this, when entertainment in cinema has become synonymous with nothing but a potpourri of masala flicks, there still is a motley group of Bollywood-ers who have preserved the ground for the real ethos of art.
Stories of gang wars and mafias have been churned out by Bollywood at frequent intervals, but Anurag Kashyap here, truly deserves a standing ovation for presenting a masterpiece with his new release ‘Gangs of Wasseypur’. Exposing the dark underbelly of small-town India, which was unexplored till now, Kashyap’s GOW is a mother of all revenge drama. Something that you may have not seen in the recent past.
A hundred years ago Dada Saheb Phalke made a movie about a king who never lied. Phalke’s inspiration came from an English film ‘The Life and Passion of Christ’ and he too wanted to translate the lives of Indian Gods to screen.
To mark the birth of Lord Sri Krishna, the festival of Janmashtami is celebrated with utmost fervor in India and abroad. The story of the birth of this child god is in itself a transcendental phenomenon much to the joy of His devotees.