Articles by Blessy
Aani... Dr Kashinath Ghanekar review: Ekdum kadak Subodh Bhave delivers knockout performance
Detailing Kashinath Ghanekar's active years, director Abhijeet Shirish Deshpande taps into the madness the actor brought to the stage with the many characters he played and the eccentricities he carried within himself.
I believe camera is the language: Director Vasanth on the lack of dialogues in Sivaranjani And Two Other Women
The film is an anthology based on three short stories by three authors but with a common thread.
We had shown a lot of vulgarity, but we edited it out: Arun Nalawade on The Legacy
In an exclusive interview, Nalawade shares his thoughts on the sensitive subject, the issue of prostitution and why children must watch his film.
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You have to be able to combine method and your own sensibility: Luanda Fernandes on film criticism
The Brazilian film critic and researcher also speaks about what she likes about Indian cinema, the similarities and differences between Latin American and the Indian film industries, and the importance of film criticism.
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Sound is subconscious information, not tangible energy: Sadho sound designer Rohan Verma
The audio-visual production graduate from Symbiosis International University stuck to the aesthetic of creating a rooted sound and using silence for impact.
Boyz 2 review: Crude sexual jokes drive this teenager comedy
In keeping with the age of the Boyz, writer Hrishikesh Koli goes overboard with dialogues and repartee that are downright offensive.
Sadho review: Tale of greed versus humanity
Director Danish Iqbal's Sadho is essential viewing as it highlights the grave issue of human trafficking.
There is a lot of scope and opportunity in the horror genre: Sohum Shah at Jagran Film Festival
Speaking on a panel with Lupt director Prabhuraj and music composer Meghdeep Bose, Shah emphasized that the field is open for the horror genre and exciting things are being tried.
Challenge is for those who don’t have the ability to do it: Kay Kay Menon – Birthday special
On the actor’s 52nd birthday, here are some of the thoughts Menon expressed at an interaction at the 9th Jagran Film Festival.
Ee.Ma.Yau review: Grave satire entertains and stuns too
Lijo Jose Pellissery has come up with a successful film in all aspects — story, screenplay, music, acting and crisp editing.
The day we stop mentioning our caste, many of our problems will be solved: Tarpan director Neelam Singh
In an exclusive interview on the sidelines of the 9th Jagran Film Festival 2018, Singh speaks about her filmmaking process, the need to speak up against injustice and what's next after Tarpan.
Ondalla Eradalla review: Humorous tale of a child in an adult’s world
Effective use of humour, drama and music makes Ondalla Eradalla an amusing watch.
The Lift Boy review: Heart-warming and entertaining tale of unusual friendships
Director Jonathan Augustin brings forth a stellar story of a reluctant lift boy, weaving it with the themes of selflessness and hope.
Home Sweet Home review: Reema Lagoo, Mohan Joshi delightfully entertaining in this comedy
Apart from the screenplay and dialogue, all the technical department like sound, background music, art direction and music contribute to make Home Sweet Home a memorable stay.
Bansuriwala review: An intimate journey with flautist Ronu Majumdar
The documentary largely uses the magic of Majumdar's flute for the background score, and treats the audience to footage of concerts that he has played in with his father, the legendary Dr Bhanu Majumdar, and other classical instrumentalists.
Bogda review: Boring tale of strained mother-daughter relationship
With a duration of nearly two hours and 40 minutes, Bogda is an excruciating journey.
Party review: An entertaining tale of friendship, adulthood
The action shifts from the present to the past and back, but the viewer is kept guessing about the crux of the conflict until the interval.
Laxmi And Tikli Bomb review: A feminist boost for workers in the sex trade
The more striking, and critical, subtext of Tikli And Laxmi Bomb is the gradual and open challenge to patriarchy and the birth of feminist power in what is the most oppressed class of society.
Gold review: A satisfactory attempt at revisiting a glorious past
Starring Akshay Kumar, Amit Sadh, Kunal Kapoor, Sunny Kaushal and Vineet Kumar Singh, Reema Kagti's Gold is a visual history lesson on India's Independence, Partition and hockey supremacy.
Pushpak Vimaan review: Grumpy Mohan Joshi excels in unfocused script
While an honest attempt has been made to pack in a lot, it often ends in a hotchpotch of ideas scurrying for the viewers’ attention.