Until a month ago, the filmspere had been pretty dry for me. Nothing had caught my attention and to be honest, I was beginning to get fairly bummed about it. But just when I thought there weren’t any interesting films on the slate, two films drop into my lap and they both star rising star Aditya Roy Kapur (Guzaarish, Aashiqui 2). Continue reading
What is the biggest drawback of live viewing? Waiting, of course! Especially, when the drama has the potential of being the most thrilling drama of the summer season. The Joseon Gunman is objectively the most anticipated drama of the year and with its introductory episodes coming out of the gate this strong, the excitement was well deserved.
This drama also rejoins Lee Jun-ki and Nam Sang-mi from 2007 thriller Time Between Dog and Wolf, making them one of the top 5 OTP reunions of this year. Can’t say I was all in with them as a couple in that drama, but their rapport as actors is undeniable and palpable, which is rekindled here immediately.
We all choose what we want to watch based on a myriad of criterion. Some based on rational understanding and stances, while others steeped in the shallow crevices of human proclivities. But for me personally, I rarely choose a story without caring about the story, the main cast or its director… However, now, I can never say never! Continue reading
There have been plenty of Ek Villain goodies streaming out over the last month and with its premiere exactly one month out (YAY!), and the official trailer dropping earlier today— this is the prime opportunity for an update.
This latest from director Mohit Suri (Aashqui 2, Kalyug) portrays a story of falling love and exacting revenge, starring Riteish Deshukh, Sidharth Malhotra and Shraddha Kapoor, a concept that is by no means new, however, like with every story, direction and depiction are key. Continue reading
Originally posted on Lore In Stone Cities:
Ekun: Unnichan, I was not ready! Why didn’t I read or someone (you) tell me what…
View original 2,344 more words