Sachin Yardi, the writer and director of ‘Kya Super Kool Hai Hum’ collated a bunch of such jokes, packed a few actors and crew, flew to Goa and decided to party…oh and also made a film in between partying.
First things first, ‘The Expendables 2’ is far more thrilling, testosterone dripping and high on action than its prequel ‘The Expendables’. The earlier version evoked a massive interest among action buffs for its sheer line-up of the legends, but the film failed to impress, and hence the expectation from the sequel was not much. But the second part – once you come out of the theatre watching it – will sure leave you with the taste of gun-powder in your mouth.
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.
Yes you read it right. As much as the PR agency of the film would like us to believe, Vivek Agnihotri’s ‘Hate Story’ falls miserably short of being called an erotic thriller. The film is a revenge saga and to put it simply lacks logic.
Just by looking at the 4 geeky looking men in retro-styled suits singing ‘Papa Toh Band Bajaye’, one could easily guess what the story has in store for all. And ‘Housefull 2’ is finally here to tickle your funny bone.
Making a film on a best seller is never easy. The expectations are high and in most cases the film never matches up to the reader’s imagination. This week’s other release ‘Hunger Games’ is based on a book of the same name written by Suzanne Collins.
Director Samir Karnik’s attempt at a comedy of errors turns out to be tepid, and lacks the laughing-out-loud element. For a comedy, that is nothing short of fatal. Short-lived entertainment is all that the film offers to the viewer.
Tigmanshu Dhulia does it again. After a gritty ‘Saheb, Biwi aur Gangster’, Dhulia delivers yet another poignant film about a real life athlete from the heartland of Chambal who eventually becomes a dreaded dacoit.