We look forward to the London Indian Film Festival and this year they seem to be bringing in the big (although maybe slighlty downbeat) guns for this year’s premiere. Sold will have its red carpet European Premiere at the opening… Read More »Sold Will open the 2014 London Indian FilmFestival
Akshay Kumar doesn’t make it easy to root for him as a fan, not only repeating the same genre repeatedly but now he seems to be revisiting characters too. Singh Is King was a massive success although I did not… Read More »Singh Is Bling: New Posters for Akshay and Prabhu Deva’s latest team up
After the night is a portrayal of life in the slums of Lisbon. Directed by Basil da Cunha we see life through the eyes of Sombra, who returns to his life as a drug dealer after coming out of jail.… Read More »After the night (Ate ver a luz): Review
Probably my favorite animated movie of the past years is How To Train Your Dragon, the world and character building the filmmakers showed was so touching, funny and heartpounding, there wasn’t a shadow of a doubt in my mind that… Read More »How To Train Your Dragon 2: 5 Minute Preview!
Good ‘ole Guvernator has been slowly coming back to the big screen lately, and he continues to work with exciting filmmakers and in ensembles instead of going solo. Teaming up with director David Ayers (Training Day, End Of Watch) and… Read More »Sabotage New TV Spots: Cartels and Gunshots!
Bringing together a very promising cast of Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann, Kate Upton and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (aka the King Slayer) and actor- writer- director Nic Cassavetes, The Other Woman might just be one of those movies that rises above the… Read More »The Other Woman: An Unlikely Trio featurette
Pritam has become an unstoppable force on the Bollywood music scene in the past few years. His steady flow of chart toppers and the frequency and ease he drops them on people is something that is pretty much incomparable to… Read More »Pritam Comes to Wembley (London) and brings a bunch of friends