A ruthless prime minister subjugating warlords for supremacy,during the time of the Han dynasty,provides plenty of ground for action.
Jai and Meera are a very today couple. They noodle around in London,figuring out if they are,like,together.
Imtiaz Alis new film shuttles between the two time zones,aaj and 'kal,and his twin-set of lovers,as they ricochet between cities and conviction.
Siddhartha rushes to Kolkata to join a garage and in the bus,he encounters Henna and learns that she is running away from a forced-marriage...
Dekh Re Dekh is set in the middle of nowhere,populated with nowhere people,busy getting nowhere slowly.
Guitar-slinger Akash wants to be a star. And he sets out on his journey,aided and abetted by reluctant sister Nisha,and loyal girl-friend Sara.
Raj falls in love with a flower-seller Kusum,who besides suffering from abject poverty is burdened with the responsibility of an alcoholic father...
It is a pity that no one thought of making a documentary film on Jatin Das for more than 80 years after his martyrdom.
Sankat City is Mumbai,maximum city filtered and distilled via its minimum people.
How does an actor who delivers a cracking performance in one film switch to become a totally different person in another,both out the same day?
Jobless,hopeless actor Raju steals a superb script from sincere,hardworking writer Shekhar.
Kambakkht Ishq aims at those who think from the groin,and hits the target unerringly.
Ellie now getting ready for parenthood,saber-tooth tiger Diego scared of losing his edge,acorn-loving squirrel Scrat finding romance in Scratte.
Kabir Khans New York is about three friends impacted by the fallout of 9/11: it was not just the twin towers which were destroyed; a whole way of life died too.
This is Steve Martins film and despite the jarring accent,his Inspector Clouseau makes you laugh,whether its questioning the Pope over the robbery of his ring or falling off the papal balcony while doing the same.
Based on a novel by Matt Cohen of the same name,Emotional Arithmetic is about three people who developed a life-long bond while housed in a camp during the Holocaust.
On the face of it,Bedtime Stories is one of those stories told at bedtime: safe,comforting and predictable. But there is a topping...
The other film of the week is about Indias other junoon: Luck By Chance backgrounds cinema,Victory does ditto with cricket.
Is being a good actor enough to make you a star? In Zoya Akhtars detailed sketch of Bollywood and its colourful,conflicted denizens...