A gripping tale of revenge that turns into a story about man’s choices and moral conundrums. Brings out that we all have more shades of grey than blacks and whites in our moral compass. Great screen play by a friend, Shridhar Raghavan, masterful direction by his brother, and strong performances by a well picked cast.… Continue reading Badlapur
#PikuRocked! Two thumbs up to a well made, tightly crafted family flick with plenty of potty jokes to keep the “boy” in everyone tickled! Performances were above par, and each character finely sketched and executed. Well done Shoojit Sircar!!! I will look forward to your next one!
Exquisite, spectacular, engaging – one of Naatak’s best productions and if I may say, Sujit Saraf’s Magnum Opus! This was a 100 minute extravaganza that had me exhilarated every minute of the performance… a lyrical metaphor as its premise, with engaging narrative poetry, lilting compositions, exquisite vocals, imaginative art direction, highly creative costumes, immaculate choreography,… Continue reading Amavasya
Edgy, raunchy, loud, exaggerated, racy, titillating, provocative… all legitimate words to describe it but that would only be telling part of the story; to take a timeless classic, especially a clichéd Shakespearean tragedy, adapt it in the Indian context, dress it like a fantasy, and yet keep the characters earthy and colloquially intriguing takes an… Continue reading Goliyon Ki Rasleela “Ram Leela”