Taasher Desh.

Whoa! What? Did you say Q? Yes, it’s The Q (Qaushiq Chatterjee), the maverick, the radical, the insane, the genius. Like his name, his films too are bizarre. This particular flick is his adaptation of Rabindranath Tagore’s novel bearing the same name. And as expected, Q leaves no stone unturned to leave his audience perplexed, … Continue reading Taasher Desh.

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Aami ar amaar girlfriends.

Accuse me for ambivalence, i would rather accept the allegation gladly because this particular Bhaumick creation is copious with ambivalences. As rightly stated by him, the film neither glorifies women, nor maligns them. The shady as well as the revered facets of a female character(read contemporary, early 21st century female character) is portrayed vividly and … Continue reading Aami ar amaar girlfriends.

The Dutta Duel

Experts proclaimed “This is the best work of Anjan”, websites heaped honours, viewers rejoiced, clamoured and amongst many others leaving the cinema hall, I too was dazed. Unabashed, prolific, poignant, pompous, self gratifying, intense. Anjan Dutta had done it! Dutta vs Dutta deserves applause! The film portrays the life of a rich, proud, immoral lawyer … Continue reading The Dutta Duel

TOLLY LIGHTS!

Well nothing has gone wrong with the lights of Tollygunj,but something has surely happened with the film industry based there.What a change it has experienced!I must use the word ‘paradigm’ to describe this phenomenal change,because,once a decaying,tottering film industry,delivering poor quality films,poor practically in all aspects of film making,excluding nothing,has suddenly turned out as the … Continue reading TOLLY LIGHTS!

Torn between Sheila and Munni?

Probably the toughest thing to decide in 2010,but it hardly matters as we Indians,all and sundry,have feasted our eyes over these hottest item numbers of 2010!Be it the mesmerizing Malaika’s jhatkas or the smouldering Kat’s oozing jawani,we have devoured them with lustful pleasure. As we step into 2011,we retrospect at the decade we have come … Continue reading Torn between Sheila and Munni?