Tale of an Egg

Well, this post is not about the egg that hatched into an ugly duckling and finally turned into a beautiful swan to live happily ever after. Beauty, a characteristic that human evolution has been continuously obsessed with, am sure would have left us craving for it, at some stages of life. ‘Beauty lies in the…

Rangitaranga

Released in 2015, this is one of the best Kannada thriller movies that I could place my hand upon. A mystery movie with lots of jaw dropping twists and turns with a brilliantly placed plot does keep the viewer glued to the seat but also in parallel tickling the brain to figure out, what actually…

ॐ – the cult of 600 releases

Om, a Kannada movie that took its birth in 1995 from the artistic mind of Upendra went on to become an iconic masterpiece that released itself over 600 times in over 400 theatres in Karnataka. I had heard a lot about this movie back in school days but never felt the urge of watching it as…

A Dog’s purpose

Dogs have always been my favorite. We ended up having two such lovely souls namely Sony and Rosy who touched our lives by their unconditional love and loyalty and left their permanent marks in the heart. While Sony (German Shepherd) came in through a proper exchange of my Aunt’s money, Rosy had landed in the corner of…

Movie review – Hrudaya Hadithu (The Heart Sang)

This movie still roams around in my memories at times for being the first Kannada movie that I watched as a kid in a theatre. My cousin elder brother (in the neighborhood) who was in his teens back then, took me along for his company as he had to part only with half the money…

Movie review – Inside out

As part of my virtual reality journey, I laid my hands on an animated 3D movie named ‘Inside out’. I chose to pick this for a watch given to the unique theme this movie carried – Human Feelings. The 3D effects of the movie was great no doubt but as the movie progressed it pulled…

Sridevi Ma’am, you will be remembered…

As I woke up this morning, I was shocked to find out about the demise of the great actor. A queen of many hearts and a sensible versatile actor who ruled the television sets back then, through her splendid acting. Her movies were a great entertainment and she breathed life into movies. The VCPs that came…

Movie review – Raja Rani

The movie hit my ‘to watch list’, solely from the interest of catching Nazriya on the screen. Madam did play a vital role through her cute, naughty & bubbly character that goes well with her. But what came over, was the storyline so neatly presented, just made me fell in love with the movie. Thanks…

With great responsibility comes great power

Animated movies which I felt belonged to the kid generation proved my perception wrong and educated me that they were meant for all ages and they did attract my attention given to the feel good factor theme they carry and importantly conveying a good positive message in the end. One such movie, I would like…

Woh Kaun thi – 1964

The heart felt a desire to pay a tribute penning the review of a classic 1964 movie – Woh Kaun thi. Starring Sadhanaji and Manojji, the movie was a great entertainer telling a dramatic horror story combined with touch of pure romance. The parts of the movie is very well woven and the suspense keeps the viewer glued…