A Lagaan wannabe, without the spunk. Watch it, if at all, for the latest heartbreak kid Shahid Kapur
This film offers many of the old-fashioned pleasures of the documentary: it takes us to an unfamiliar place and tells us an unknown story. In this case it’s also an unexpected story.
It’s ironical enough to have Bollywood make a film on plagiarism. This film also betrays its lack of conscience about it.
Tulsi Ramsay, the father of Indian ghost dramas, explains the rules of the game
You knew him as the villain’s firangi henchman. But what was he doing before that? You won’t believe it. He tells all in a book he has written