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IFFI 52, 013: Rest of the best

IFFI 52, 013: Rest of the best Here are the details of all the winners at IFFI 52. The main prizes were covered in an earlier posting.  Indian Marathi language actor Jitendra Bhikulal Joshi received a Silver Peacock as Best Actor (Male), for portraying late Marathi actor and film-maker Nishikant Kamat, in Godavari. In their citation, the jury said “…his brilliant performance made it flow like a river, from his rage to tears.” The film summons viewers to joi...

Rocky Handsome, Review: Rocky terrain, bumpy ride

Rocky Handsome, Review: Rocky terrain, bumpy ride Okay, so John Abraham is a handsome hunk with codename. Rocky...Handsome...does that justify the title? Read on. John is great at action and decides to cash in on his forté yet again in another remake, with remake veteran director Nishikant Kamat. Remember John’s earlier home production called Force, remake of a Tamil film? This time, the team looks to the Far East, and settles for the gut-wrenching, bullet spraying, bone-crushing...

Drishyam, Review: Missing Corpse, Hissing Cops and Habeas Corpus

Drishyam, Review: Missing Corpse, Hissing Cops and Habeas Corpus What would drive producers to make and remake a film in five different Indian languages in a span of two years? Box-office success of preceding language versions and a potential remake goldmine at hand, or the merits of a script that tries to turn the killer v/s cops genre on its head, and could have viewers gasping for breath? In the case of Drishyam, whose Sanskritised title can be approximated as Drishya (scene/sight in Hindi...
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