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Mahesh Bhatt’s lazy way to success : The reasoning behind Jism 2 and Murder 2

Jism and Murder, both produced by Mahesh Bhatt were released in the year 2003 and 2004 respectively which went on to become box office hits. But besides the Mahesh Bhatt factor the films had another strong common point which was the cause for their huge success and that is that both films were marketed majorly … Continue reading

Jism 2 Movie Review

Picking up sensational stories from the media and turning it into a plot script of their own has been Mahesh Bhatt’s old tactic.’Crook’ (Australian racist attack on Indians), ‘Tum Mile’ (July 2005 Mumbai floods), ‘Murder 2’ (Nithari Murder case) and many others are a testimony to this fact. However, with Jism 2, the sensation does … Continue reading

Cocktail (2012) Music Review

The last time Pritam, Saif Ali Khan and Imtiaz Ali came together, they created a chart buster best seller in the form of Love Aaj Kal. The team returns with Cocktail, though Imtiaz doesn’t carry any role here beyond being the writer of the film. So let’s get down to what this Saif Ali Khan, … Continue reading

Pervert Hypocrisy

Hypocrites and perverts are terms you must be familiar with.  But it reaches a new height altogether when put in the same frame. The reason why I chose to write on this topic was rather something that has been existing since ages but caught my attention BIG TIME only recently. Bollywood industry has come a … Continue reading

Poonam Pandey strips and trends!

Poonam Pandey promised that she would strip if Shah Rukh Khan’s Kolkata Knight Riders wins the fifth edition of the immensely controversial and popular IPL 2012, and she did live up to her promise this time. Last time Poonam Pandey made any such bold claims was last year during the World Cup Final when India … Continue reading

Swear words in Bollywood: A marketing norm?

The Bollywood industry has come a long way over the years. Marketing norms have changed, the concepts have changed, the audience has changed and so has the language of cinema. Long gone are the days when cinema used to rely very much on the heavy duty dialogues by the rusty raw protagonists. Today’s Bollywood cinema … Continue reading

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