10 Bollywood Movies We Are Looking Forward To Watch In 2017

By Pradnya More | 635 |

2016 was a great year for Bollywood.Dangal and Sultan broke the box-office records.The New Year has begun and we movie buff’s couldn’t wait to watch the line-up of amazing movies in 2017.So here is the list of 10 movies we are looking forward to watching:

Why We're Looking Forward to Raees and You Should Too.

By Nayanika Dey | 642 |

Trailer out on December 7 movie scheduled to be released on 26th January, 2017 (clashing with Hritik Roshan's Kaabil )

With Great Family Comes Great Responsibility! Bollywood Celebs You Might Not Know About

By Arka Maity | 628 |

If there was ever a business that thrived on nepotism, it would be Bollywood. When we talk about Bollywood star kids, the first thing that comes to our mind, is envy. We believe they're extremely lucky to be born with a silver spoon in such a family. But what we fail to understand, is that the scenario is completely different right now. Having born in a filmy background doesn't ensure a successful career. While many of them have touched the stars, found stardom overnight, and continue to rule the Industry, there are those who could not even see the daylight of their career. Despite several attempts, they could not resurrect their diminished career. Here are those people whom we're talking about.

Talk With Flag Bearers Of Hindi Cinema: The Directors

By Meghna Yadav | 630 |

By all accounts, 2016 was no great year for Hindi films, particularly if measured in terms of box office or footfalls. What was impossible to overlook however, is sheer variety of cinema that was an offer. The result of an often singular vision of directors, who boldly dared to go where few had gone before. From rousing biopics of rousing public figures to progressive thought-provoking dramas that hammered their message. From compelling recreations of true events, to engaging works of fiction. Some of the year's most interesting films reflected the passion and the commitment of the directors who did not hold back from the fear of failing. Ram Madhvani skillfully evoked the mounting tension within a hijacked flight cabin, literally transporting the viewers to the scene of the harrowing tragedy in Neerja . Nitesh Tiwari took the true story of a has-been wrestler and his two daughters and crafted an epic saga of sport, family and girl power in Dangal. Abhishek Chaubey maintained a tight grip on multiple narratives in Udta Punjab. Creating a powerful portrait of a landscape, marred by drugs. Shakun Batra minds genuine laughs especially tears from the simple premise of a family reunion, delivering an authentic portrait of human frailty in Kapoor and Sons . Ali Abbas Zafar fashioned a moving love-story, at the heart of a sport's film, shrewdly harnessing his superstar's leading man's charisma to carve a flesh and blood character in Sultan . And Karan Johar employed all the trappings of Hindi cinema, including chartbusting songs and heart-throb stars to deliver a fresh perspective on the messy business of unrequited love in ऐ दिल है मुश्किल . Between them, they made some of the best most successful or simply the most talked about films of 2016. The six film makers opened up about the steps they took, to win their actor's trust, the fears they are often crippled by and their cynicism about where the industry is headed, when they assembled to share their thoughts and perspective.

The Politically Ravaging SAG Awards,2017

By Parth Agrawal | 616 |

Amidst the new legislative memorandums passed by Donald Trump, the biggest backlash it received is from the vocal film fraternity and SAG Awards were no less than a modern rendition of 12 Angry Men with an unanimous decision against the ban. Amidst all the controversies, here are the winners from the night.

10 Movies To Look Forward To In Year 2017

By Medha Nidhi | 605 |

A Death in the Gunj – This movie is award winning actress Konkana Sensharma’s directorial debut. The film’s world premiere took place at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2016. The movie starring Vikrant Massey, Ranvir Shorey and Kalki Koechlin is set to release in Indian theatres this January 13.

OK Jaanu – This movie is a remake of Mani Ratnam’s O Kadhal Kanmani. The movie, starring Shraddha Kapoor and Aditya Roy Kapur, has already been in the news for its music which has been composed by AR Rahman. Directed by Shaad Ali,the movie is set to release this January 13.

Fifty Shades Darker – The sequel to Fifty Shades of Grey, this film is based on a book of the same name. The movie is directed by James Foley and the cast consists of Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan in the lead. The movie is scheduled for release this February.

Logan – The tenth instalment of the X-men series, Logan is the third Wolverine film in the franchise, the previous one being The Wolverine. The movie follows the story of Wolverine in a post apocalyptic world. Directed by James Mangold and starring Hugh Jackman, the Marvel Entertainment production shall release in March, 2017.

Beauty and the Beast – This live action adaptation of the 1994 animated movie of the same name has Disney fans on edge. Ever since Emma Watson announced, in 2015, that she would be playing the role of Belle, Disney fans have been eagerly waiting for the release of the movie and the wait shall be over this year. Directed by Bill Condon, this Walt Disney Pictures production is set to release this March.

Baahubali: The Conclusion – The movie, directed by S S Rajamouli, is a sequel to a film of the same name. The cast consists of Prabhas, Anushka Shetty and Rana Daggubati in lead roles. The historical epic fictional film is expected to release in April this year.

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales – This movie is the fifth instalment to the Pirates of the Caribbean Movies. The previous instalment released in 2011 and fans have been waiting 6 years for their next fix of Captain Jack Sparrow’s eccentricities. The movie which was set to release in 2015 but was delayed due to scripting and budgeting issues is expected to release this May.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 – The second instalment of the Marvel movie of the same name, this film is the fifteenth movie in the marvel universe and is based on a Marvel superhero group of the same name. Directed by James Gunn and produced by Marvel Studios, the movie is expected to release this May.

Justice League – This DC movie is based on the DC comics’ superhero team of the same name consisting of Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, The Flash and Cyborg. Starring Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Gal Gadot and Ezra Miller, the movie is directed by Zack Snyder. It is set to release in November, 2017.

Star Wars: Episode VIII – The ninth Star Wars movie and the second instalment to the second sequel series, Episode VIII continues where The Force Awakens left off. A Lucasfilm Ltd. film, it was directed by Rian Johnson. The movie is expected to release in December this year.

5 Reasons why watching a movie in a multiplex is better

By Deepak Nair | 624 |


You get to see a wide variety of movies, whether it be regional movies, popular movies dubbed in regional languages, world movies, not too popular but critically acclaimed movies, you take your pick – literally.