Three desperate friends (Vir Das / Kunal Khemu / Anand Tiwari) attend the rave party and became targets of hundreds of zombies. It’s no a “scare the shit out of you” horror film. Infact the marriage of comedy with horror is praiseworthy.
Rohan Sippy’s latest “Nautanki Saala” is a new age entertainer. It’s an impressive film and left us with a smile on our faces. The storyline is far from a typical bollywood potboiler and minus any formula RomComs keep using again and again. It’s a feel good film made for audience with some gray matter and patience.
Afsana, the finale of Bharat Rang Mahotsav is about two middle aged men who became friends after one of them ran over the other’s wife! Both wannabe writers – one got published while the other was struggling with cancer. There is terrorism and cross dressing, mock murder and more kebabs!
All good things come to an end and so is Filmbooth – First Cut series. (I heard they are just taking a break. I hope they really mean it. I loved Filmbooth First Cut screenings of short films. Hope to see them back with a collection of some great short films real soon)
The selection of movies for their last edition of First Cut was a mixed bag. As one of the organizers said – It had something for everybody.
Avi Nesher’s film “The Matchmaker” combines humor with emotions to tell a coming-of-age story about a teenage boy and his employer – The Matchmaker
A festival of spoofs by Filmbboth. Three films were screened on Day 01 of Spoofhmania. The Spider Plant Man, Cremerica and tere Bin Laden
“Paisa Bolta Hai” deals with a materialistic society where money is the sole criteria to get you respect and affection.
Somehow the movie didn’t work for me. The film was just not engaging. Ranbeer Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra’s performances failed to impress.