Sairat – A Phenomenon by Nagraj Manjule

Sairat – A Phenomenon by Nagraj Manjule

Sairat (Marathi) Director – Nagraj Popatrao Manjule Cast – Rinku Rajguru & Akash Thosar After making waves at the festival circuits and winning the National Awards with his debut Marathi feature (Fandry), Nagraj Manjule took the entire Marathi film industry by storm with his second directorial feature – SAIRAT (Wild). A film that earned around 25 cr in its opening weekend, making it the highest grosser in the Marathi film industry. A soundtrack that became so popular that the folks in the hinterlands of Maharashtra started dancing to a popular dance number “Zingaat” during the movie. A film that became so popular that people would queue up near the theatres

Top 10 albums of Shankar Jaikishan

Shankar Jaikishan were the most successful music directors of the Golden Era http://www.viagragenericoes24.com/viagra-comprar of Indian cinema. Many believe the Golden era was started by this duo in 1949 with Barsaat and apparently ended with Dada Burman’s Aradhana in 1969. It almost sounds miraculous that these two jewels of Indian music came together  to create some of the best music of their time, of any time. With contrasting personalities and vivid views about music and composition in general, the strong bond of friendship between the two was the reason behind some of the marvels they produced. There has so much been written about these giants that there isn’t much that I

6 less known Wildlife Documentaries that shouldn’t be missed

We all know about some of the famous nature and wildlife documentaries which captured the world around us in the most magnificent way possible. The likes of Planet Earth, Grizzly Man, March of the penguins and a host of brilliant stuff that came from the collaboration of BBC and Discovery. Covering oceans, mountains, deserts and swamps, documentary makers have brought nature close to us. For some of us it might be the only way we will ever see a White Rhino or a Sperm Whale or the birds of paradise. There have been talks of releasing these monumental pieces of work into theaters, preferably into IMAX, but till that happens,

15 Most Anticipated Bollywood Films of 2016

15 Most Anticipated Bollywood Films of 2016

2015 Bollywood started with a below average Tevar (We had lots of expectations from Amit Sharma as he had directed that brilliant Google Reunion advertisement) and ended with Rohit Shetty’s ultimate disaster Dilwale. There were mediocre and bad films popping in between every month without which Bollywood truly is incomplete. But on the other hand acceptance of films like Talvar, Masaan, Dum Laga Ke Haisha, Piku, Margarita With A Straw, Drishyam, Manjhi, Court & Badlapur proves that Indian audiences are moving towards films that has a taut script, powerful acting and makes some sense. With Bejoy Nambiar’s Wazir, Raja Krishna Menon’s Airlift and Ram Madhvani’s Neerja getting a positive response at