Tag Archive | indian cinema
Its safe to say that by 2016 Dharma Productions is known to be unique, and different when it comes to its films and promotional strategies. When I decided I wanted to pursue cinema as my career, I always imagined being part of the marketing team of a production team like Dharma, but who knows where life will take […]
CXC Productions is a new-age film production company started up in New Jersey, USA, by Rome Chopra. Rome, being an actor himself, realized that making content is more unique and personal in comparison to following the traditional route. ‘Culture and Creativity Productions’ mission is to provide a platform for second generation South Asian-Americans to showcase […]
ABCD 2 Releases this Friday June 19! Check out this new track! Guess whose returning to the big-screen this December 18? Rahul and Anjali…I mean, Shahrukh Khan and Kajol! Check out the first look of Rohit Shetty’s Dilwale releasing this winter! New Song! Sooiyan by Arijit Singh & Chinmayi Sripada Film: Guddu Rangeela Starring: Aditi […]
From Aashiqui 2 to Ek Villain and now, Hamari Adhuri Kahani, director Mohit Suri really understands how to capture love, romance and pain on the big-screen and making the audience feel extremely moved. This afternoon I watched a romantic drama film where love was captured on a whole other level. Every dialogue, every emotion, every tear was flawless […]
New Song From Dil Dhadakne Do Phir Bhi Yeh Zindagi In Cinemas this Friday June 5!
Whether you had the chance to see the first part or not of the Tanu and Manu craziness, you must see the second part! I am always afraid to see Indian filmmakers bring a sequel to the big-screen, but director, Anand L. Rai turned that idea in my head around and executed a wonderful story […]
Bombay Velvet, the film that has tackled multiple release dates and has finally hit the big screen with a “Big Shot!” Anurag Kashyap was originally inspired to make the film after reading a sequence of crime fiction novels by James Ellroy, L.A. Quartet set in the late 1940’s. Bombay Velvet is set in the 1960’s, at […]