Rahul Banerjee As Special Branch Officer Aniket Paoli Dam and Rahul Banerjee, both leave no stone unturned with their performances in the show. While we don't get to see Paoli much in action in the first three episodes, the story is sure to lead her in some dire situations. Her character as the active killer, is just as impressive as she is trying to justify her acts in season two. Abhishek Banerjee, on the other hand, is yet to show his impressive acting skills. Chak De India fame Vidya Malvade also shows up in the first episode of the new season with an impressive twist and has more screen time in the following episodes, with a strong character. … [Read more...] about Kaali 2 Web Series Review: Paoli Dam Returns With The Same Craze In The ZEE5 Original’s Season 2
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R Parthiban once again proves that he is the most underrated acting talents of the Tamil film industry, with his brilliant performance as the corrupt prosecutor (even though his character is weekly written). Thiyagarajan, who appears as the main antagonist, is wasted in his minimal role. The rest of the star cast, including Prathap Pothen, Pandiarajan, Vinodhini Vaidyanathan, Vidya Pradeep, Subbu Panchu, baby Akshara Kishore, and so on are good in their respective roles. … [Read more...] about Ponmagal Vandhal Movie Review: Jyotika Shines In This Legal Drama That Hits Hard!
A concerned parent asks one of the characters in the film, "Hamara beta merit list mein aa jayega na." To which the latter confidently quips, "Are kaahe nahi ayegaa..Paiswaa laye hain." Well, it's all about the big bucks in Ashwini Chaudhary where a bunch of vile people 'set' up exam paper leaks engineering, medical and other course in exchange of hefty amount. … [Read more...] about Setters Movie Review: This Shreyas Talpade- Aftab Shivdasani Film Flunks Because Of Weak Writing!
Well, I think you can say that Merle Haggard had a hit and sort of dragged me along. I was never terribly knowledgeable about country music. The first real good taste of it I got was when I was eighteen or nineteen, working in a pulp mill in Springfield, Oregon. It was always wet, really depressing. Wintertime. Dank. I really didn’t know anyone, and someone told me to go out to this place where there was a lot of country music. I wasn’t very interested, but this guy told me there were a lot of girls there. So I went. I saw Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys. Unlike most country bands, they had brass and reeds and they played country swing. They were good. It surprised me a little bit, how good they were. Also, there were a lot of girls there, which didn’t surprise me at all. So I guess you could say that lust expanded my musical horizons. … [Read more...] about Clint Eastwood’s American Dream
“Surfin’ Bird” comes in during the aftermath of a battle, as the marines are passing a medevac helicopter. The scene reminded me of Dr. Strangelove, where the plane is being refueled in midair with that long, suggestive tube, and the music in the background is “Try a Little Tenderness.” Or the cosmic waltz in 2001, where the spacecraft is slowly cartwheeling through space in time to “The Blue Danube.” And now you have the chopper and the “Bird.”What I love about the music in that scene is that it suggests post combat euphoria – which you see in the marine’s face when he fires at the men running out of the building: he misses the first four, waits a beat, then hits the next two. And that great look on his face, that look of euphoric pleasure, the pleasure one has read described in so many accounts of combat. So he’s got this look on his face, and suddenly the music starts and the tanks are rolling and the marines … [Read more...] about Stanley Kubrick: The Rolling Stone Interview