Glitters Film Academy and AG Entertainment’s <em>Khwab Sare Jhootey</em> is a story about a love affair gone wrong. Aayush (Harsh Kumar) is a rich boy who lives in Assam. He loves Ruby (Tullika Singh) who hails from a middle-class family. Ruby dreams of a luxurious lifestyle and asks Aayush to settle downRead More →

Babloo Bachelor is a story based in UP, where a well to do family had always dreamt of their son’s wedding with great pomp and show. Babloo (Sharman Joshi) met few girls for his wedding but didn’t get the right one.Then he met Pooja Chopra who was already  engaged, andRead More →

Overpopulation is one of the biggest ills plaguing the country. The number of people in this country vis-à-vis the education institutes available are fairly disproportionate. As a result, lakhs of students every year have to struggle and study hard in order to get a few thousand seats in elite educationalRead More →

Over the last three decades, Bollywood has come up with quite a few films on homosexuality like FIRE [1996], MY BROTHER NIKHIL [2005], EK LADKI KO DEKHA TOH AISA LAGA [2019], ALIGARH [2016], MARGARITA WITH A STRAW [2015] etc. Aanand L Rai and T-Series are now all set to bringRead More →

Years back in 1994 we saw the release of the animated Disney film THE LION KING, which went on to become a cult classic that kids the world over have grown up on. Now, decades on, we see a remake of the film with photorealistic computer animated characters. But willRead More →

How will you define ‘normal’ human behaviour? And what is the criteria to be followed by a person that he/she can be considered as ‘normal’? We have seen in films like MY NAME IS KHAN [2010], TAARE ZAMEEN PAR [2007] etc. wherein the protagonists’ behaviour were such that they stoodRead More →

Comedy is an established genre in Bollywood. Since audiences are now ready for <em>hatke</em> stuff, filmmakers are constantly trying to push the boundaries in the existing genres too. This Friday coincidentally sees the release of two such films, although both the movies are as different as chalk and cheese. WhileRead More →