Posts Tagged ‘Movies’

Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi

Posted: March 24, 2008 in Movies
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Bhool Bhulaiya – Trailer

Posted: September 22, 2007 in Movies
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Stills | Gallery | Wall Papers | Official Sit | Lyrics

Another master piece from Iqbal Kuttippuram and Lal Jose. Cuba Mukundan, enacted by Sreenivasan leaves a number of things to ponder over when the curtain falls. Songas are awesome and melodious. The most striking is the strong screen play. I would like to genre this as political movie said in a different way.

This is post-left-reign thought of left supporter. The clash between the expected and the experienced is vividly said. Cuba Mukundan is a the Unit secretary of a left party of Chemmanur, a village in North Kerala. He loves China and Cuba, preferably Cuba and supports Fidel Castro, hence (more…)

Sivaji : Trailure

Posted: June 15, 2007 in Movies
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  • Guru is India’s first film to have a mainstream international premiere in Canada. Director Mani Ratnam as well as two of the film’s Indian stars Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai were extended a personal invitation by the Toronto mayor David Miller.
  • Guru is the only movie to be shot at the premesis of the famed ‘Express Estates’, the 21 acre stretch in the heart of Chennai City (opp. to Spencer plaza), (more…)

Don : Amitabh, Shahrukh, Dileep

Posted: October 29, 2006 in Movies
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Amitabh made a mark in 1978 in one of his iconic roles featured in Don. Now, after much hype, we have the Shah Rukh Khan version of Don. At mollywood, Dileep the popular choice in Malayalam, hits big screen, with heroic sensor Shaji Kailas. What common I see in both chotta (little) dons Khan and Dileep is, their proved helplessness to become an angry youngman or so called action hero. (more…)

For the Shame of Being Alive: Kathavasheshan by T V Chandran

Posted: August 29, 2006 in Uncategorized
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First of all accept my apologies for not watching this movie at the time of release. I never miss a venture by T V Chandran, but it happened. Well I would start with a short appreciation.
Noted film maker T V Chandran, through his latest venture, seeks to offer ”homage to suicides” and claims that it is not merely another film on the gory Gujarat riots. In ‘Kathavasheshan’ (who is no more), he claims, is still a positive call to live valiantly though the protagonist in the film commits suicide in ‘the shame of being.’ The director, whose last film ‘Padam onnu- Oru Vilapam’ (Lesson One-A cry) won several national and international recognitions, also wants to say that his hero ends his life as an altruist, unlike the majority, after knowing that his one-time acquaintance in Gujarat was gangraped and killed in the riots there. (more…)