Note on – Short Film – “Stripped”

Often and whenever I get time, I prefer engaging in a debate with my friends. Generally, it’s philosophical in nature, but occasionally, our discussion wander into other areas. In one such conversation, with a female friend of mine, we ended up discussing perversion and men’s inclination to indulge in it. The argument went on the … More Note on – Short Film – “Stripped”

Micro-budget Crime Drama, Red Gold to premier at Garden State Film Festival

Michael Keller is an American Filmmaker, who traveled alone to India, to make a crime drama set in the slums of India. Michael was moved by the stories he read on the human organ trading.  Inspired by his further research on the global, underground organ trade, Keller set out to write a fictional film to expose … More Micro-budget Crime Drama, Red Gold to premier at Garden State Film Festival

The Business of Cinema

The school of thought I often encounter during my conversations with Industry colleagues, is that – Indian audience isn’t ready for Content-based Cinema? There are many facets to this belief, yet I tend to believe that this is one of those cases, where it’s no body’s fault and yet both parties involved in the deal suffer … More The Business of Cinema

Bigg Boss Returns

India’s most-awaited Reality Show has finally returned.  The show that engaged the nation for one full hour day-after-day till it got over started yesterday.  Shilpa Shetty, the now international celebrity will host the Season 2. Though she lacks Arshad’s natural charm she makes up for it by her overly positive enthusiasm. The curtain-raiser introduced all … More Bigg Boss Returns

Who is Sanjay Gupta?

I came to know about him during the pre-release promotion of Kaante in 2002. Till then I remained oblivious to his existence and his contribution to Indian Cinema. On researching, I found out that he started his career as Chief Assistant Director in 1989. Then on he has been Director of Photography (2nd Unit), Post-Production … More Who is Sanjay Gupta?