Paheli

When I came out of theater after watching Paheli, just one thought came to
my mind that what I have jut experienced can not be ahindi film. Its just brilliant. It was like I have just seen a ‘A Wizard of Oz’ (One of my favourite fantasy films) in Hindi. Kudos to Amol Palekar. Amol Palekar has done a brilliant job. Paheli is a classic example of how a love story can be presented in a different style than those typical Chopra-Johar styles. Amol Palekar creates his own world and he has 100% succeeded in it. Continue reading Paheli

SATYA

RGV’s Satya is the movie to watch. One of my favourites. I have watched Satya for number of times. And every time I thank RGV for making such realistic, earthy and hard-hitting film. Here is review of Satya by Khalid Mohammed published in Times of India. Found this review on another blog as mycinema.blogspot.com

SatyaReviewed by – Khalid Mohamed
Cast: Urmila Matondkar, Manoj Vajpayee, ChakravarthyDirector: Ram Gopal VarmaRating: **** Continue reading SATYA

Sound of Music

“Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens
Bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens
Brown paper packages tied up with strings
These are a few of my favorite things”

These ar the lyrics of my favourite song from the all time classic TheSound of Music. Lyrics are very very simple still they had a great meaning. Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens. Continue reading Sound of Music

Finding Neverland

Yesterday, I watched a movie “Finding Neverland”. Johnny Depp stars as Sir James Barrie, creator of all time classic Peter Pan. A film is about what inspired James Barrie to write peter pan. It’s an amazing movie. Director has done a fabulous job. Mainly Mr Barrie’s character is great. He is a mature person but still there’s a kid inside him who always dreams of a place called Neverland. And then Barrie meets Sylvia Llewelyn Davies (Kate Winslet) and her family and he writes the play Peter Pan based on this relationship. Continue reading Finding Neverland