A lazy, breezy and soothing soundtrack with a heart of gold. I am sure they will rekindle strings untouched, and will breathe hope in our lives. The title solo is a typical ARR, loaded with Rahman’s silky voice and peppy beats. Mohit Chauhan sizzles in ‘Taare Ginn’, Arijit Singh swoons with ‘Khulke Jeene Ka’, ‘Maskhari’Continue reading “Soulfully, yours.”
If you can’t change something, then the new norms are to reimagine and improvise. Let’s not forget, 2020 will exist, will be remembered and will go down in history as an extraordinary event that reshaped the world. 360 degrees, with perhaps the most fatal twist.
If you are in the edge and you run the show using your instincts and an indomitable spirit to protect your country, then the equation becomes binary. ‘Greyhound’ is a war film and precisely shot, a gripping and pulsating event comes live on screen with the enigmatic Tom Hanks. Tom is also credited with theContinue reading “War and Immortality”
Words don’t have a pattern, just like life. But as we start building them, they can end up with unique designs. Sometimes, you know what you are building. At times, you don’t. And, that’s where it gets interesting. I like toying with words, they are full of surprises and intrigue. Ditto, life.
It is apparently, everything in our lives. The source of sustenance, the reason to make excuses and live your life for those moments that remain etched forever. Hope.. When we are born, we don’t know it yet. We don’t understand the meaning of birth or life, we don’t even know that we exist. In fact,Continue reading “Word of the World”
Death is inevitable, an unsaid truth. But to leave like this is painful and shocking. I am not sure what was going on inside you, but this was certainly not the way to go.
Your films were not just films, they were emotions transcending borders and cultures. A master in portraying human relationships and political drama, you were adept in bringing the best out of stars and actors to deliver the content in a way that could live and breathe for generations to come. One of the finest storyContinue reading “The Auteur – Remembering you..”
No, please don’t take me for a blogger who only pens down Obituaries. In fact, I hate them because I hate saying goodbye, I don’t believe in goodbyes. But apparently, these are tough times and every morning, I get this bad feeling that we are going to lose people – people who are admired, peopleContinue reading “Rishi Kapoor – The ‘Charm’ is no more”
‘When death strikes, it’s not about the darkness. It’s about those indelible marks that are left behind’. I really believed that he will fight this out and come back to do what he does best, acting. But somewhere, it was written otherwise. It’s a tragic loss to the world of Cinema, and we have lostContinue reading “Irrfan Khan – An Actor of Substance”
‘A picture is worth a thousand words’. And, words encapsulate life. It’s 31 Dec 2019, and my usual ritual of a customary recap of the previous year is now like a Netflix series – a recurring, never ending one, that is. 2019 will go down as one of the most enterprising ones in my life.Continue reading “2019: Introspection, Tears and Future”
If we meet someone for the first time and we end up asking, ‘What’s your name’, it’s a sensible question to ask. But what follows next, is a recipe for disaster and that’s exactly how our society is built. What we hear is what we percieve. Apocalypse is not a situation for the future, itContinue reading “Prevailing Disasters”