Jaane Jaan (Suspect X) is the latest murder thriller from India, that surprises us with a zingy twist at the end. This Hindi-language crime drama is the debut of Kareena Kapoor Khan in the world of streaming media.
Jawan is another blockbuster Hindi language film from the world of SRK aka Shah Rukh Khan, which was released recently. Mind you, this film comes from the Tamil film writer and director Atlee, nee Arun Kumar.
Jailer is the latest Tamil language film from India. This action-packed 2023 movie cashed in on the huge popularity of Indian superstars in this part of the world, so Rajinikanth came, he saw and he conquered big.
Bheed is a black-and-white film from India that touches upon real-life incidents in March 2020 that took place in the aftermath of the COVID-19 lockdown. It is a timely reminder about India’s forgotten people’s lives.
Sirf Ek Bandaa Kaafi Hai is a Hindi-language movie from India. Inspired by real-life incidents, it narrates a contemporary tale about the notorious criminal POCSO case involving oldie Baba and a minor girl child.
Tarla is a thoughtful and gracious biopic tale about the famous home chef Tarla Dalal of India. This Hindi-language film takes a peek into the life of a real-life trailblazer Dalal in the cooking and the cookbook.
Lust Stories 2 is an anthology movie that deals with the adult theme of sensuality, desire, craving, longing and passion. This anthology cinema is the second film from Lust Stories, which was released in 2018.
Kathal, a Hindi-language movie from India, is a social-political satire. Especially, given the current political atmosphere in India, when not many people in power applaud the mockery of the honest kind in the country.
On World Laughter Day, we are going to share the top twenty comedy movies in the Hindi language. Kindly note that it is not an exhaustive list of Hindi-language comedy movies.
Filmfare Awards 2023 in India was presented for the 68th time yesterday and here is the list of the winners. Two Hindi movies – Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Gangubai Kathiawadi and Harshavardhan Kulkarni’s Badhaai Do emerge as true winners.
KGF Chapter 1 and Chapter 2 are Kannada language movies from Karnataka – a Southern state of India. The KGF is an acronym for Kolar Gold Fields; since 1881, Kolar has been a significant gold mining centre.