Zakir Khan’s ‘Haq Se Single’ video is Amazon Prime India’s most anticipated stand-up comedy special. On this occasion Zakir is your love guru, taking his time and using all of the stage to solve your love, rejection, and break-up problems, while exposing a few of his own. Khan starts with […]
Wonder Woman has to be DC’s best work since The Dark Knight trilogy. The film is not just a celebration of woman power, but also of humanity.
Cherished for its witty observations about life in a small town, teenage infatuation, unrequited love and communal strife, its ingenious dialogues have not aged a day in the four years since the film’s release.
Overall, everyone has scored brownie points with the roles they were allotted and the movie scores really big with such a broad and talented star cast.
In the eye of this whirlwind hides a very pertinent question: Have we allowed the media to deliver a premature verdict on a sensitive issue which deserves a closer inspection?
If the special helps kick the season off again on a higher note we’ll all enjoy a smoother ride, because there is only one thing worse than watching Ashish Shakya dance, and that is watching Gursimran Khamba dance with him.
“I’m done with Kangana playing the woman and victim card. I am done! You cannot be this victim every time and have a sad story to tell about how you’ve been terrorized by the bad world of the industry. Leave it.”
You know the film is a typical ‘Dharma productions’ movie when all the actors are in vibrant toggery, trying to look good all the time and the cameraman is always triumphant in getting the best shots even when the filming is done in small cities.
Most of us choose social media to express our views and show our love towards the women in our lives. Some advocated dedicating more than a single day to these unparalleled humans who need to be respected every day. Will we keep this promise, or was it just a to fulfill our social media duties, to go with the trend?
Logan is an action-packed emotional ride, whether you are an X-Men fan or not. I walked away with a heavy heart, as I expect most of you will.