Posted in Bollywood, Movies, Murder Mysteries


In Bollywood, most of the movies are fictional movies and focuses mainly on Romance and Drama, but there are few great movies which remain unknown.

So here are best 3 Bollywood movies based on real life murders:

3: Paanch (2003)

Many of us must not have heard about this movie as it was banned by the Censor Board. But it received fame in international film festivals.

Paanch is an Indian crime film written and directed by Anurag Kashyap’. It stars Kay Kay Menon, Aditya Srivastava, Vijay Maurya in the lead roles.

The movie is based on 1976-77 Joshi-Abhyankar serial murders in Pune. An outstanding performance by ‘Kay Kay Menon’ needs to be witnessed by everyone who loves murder mysteries.

2: No One Killed Jessica (2011)

The 2011 ‘No One Killed Jessica’ is directed by Rajkumar Gupta and it stars Rani Mukherjee and Vidya Balan in the lead roles.

It is based on the ‘Jessica Lal Murder Case’ of 1999 and how her family gets justice after a long time. Impressive performance by the whole cast and the movie is a must watch.

1: The Stoneman Murders (2009)

The Stoneman Murders is a 2009 Suspense thriller film based on the real life Stoneman serial killings that made headline in the early 1980’s in Bombay.

It stars Kay Kay Menon and Arbaaz Khan. Where there is Menon, you don’t need to talk about his impressive acting. The movie keeps you thrilled and at the same time guessing the end. So it’s a great movie which needs to be seen by everyone.

So here was the list, watch these movies and enjoy your holidays.

Posted in Movies, Psychological thrillers

A thrill ride with “LAST TRAIN TO MAHAKALI” (1999)

“Last train to Mahakali” is a short psychological thriller film directed by ‘Anurag Kashyap’ and it was made for the ‘Star Plus’ television series and was first telecasted in 1999.

The film tells the story of a doctor on death row who claims to have discovered a permanent cure for any virus-based disease and stars Kay Kay Menon and Nivedita Bhattacharya.

With not many characters in this short thriller, it keeps you guessing till the end. It has been shooted on real locations and keeps you well connected throughout the film.

So watch this short psychological thriller, it is available on ‘YouTube’.

Click the below link to watch this short thriller :

Posted in Movies

Before CGI and VFX: “The Wizard of Oz (1939)”


The 1939 classic “The Wizard of Oz” is a musical fiction film and is considered one of the greatest films in cinema history. It starsJudy Garland’ she was just 17 when she did the movie.

The movie is based on 1900’s childrens novel “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” by ‘L.Frank Baum’.


Most of the songs were sung by ‘Judy Garland’ herself.

1: “Somewhere over the rainbow”

2: “Follow the yellow brick road”

3: “A Munchkin welcome”


The movie has a lovely but strong message at the end and this movie will never get old it’s a ‘TIMELESS CLASSIC’

If you have not seen this movie yet you need to watch it it’s one of the greatest movies ever made in the history of Cinema.

Posted in Movies, Psychological thrillers

NO SMOKING (2007): A metaphor to Indian Censor Board.

The year was 2007, that’s when Anurag Kashyap released ‘No Smoking’, a surrealistic neo-noir psychological thriller based on Stephen King’s short story named ‘Quitters Inc.’
While it received appreciation overseas, neither critics nor audiences in India liked the movie as many of them didn’t understood it.

This movie is related to Anurag Kashyap’s life as his previous movies like ‘Black Friday’ and ‘Paanch’ got banned by Indian Censor Board. This movie is not about anti smoking but it’s mainly about the freedom.



This movie is quite confusing and requires good observation skills to understand it properly.

Differentiate between what is real and what is not, a very well made and directed by Anurag Kashyap.


John Abraham who plays ‘K’ is a chain-smoker visits rehabilitation center runned by Paresh Rawal and then the story begins.

Great acting performances by both Paresh Rawal and John Abraham.


The climax of the movie is non understandable, you don’t have any idea what does it actually means.

This movie can be considered as Best Indian psychological thriller till the date and it was ahead of it’s release time.

The movie was released in 2007 and Christopher Nolan’s Inception was released in 2010. So watch the movie and find out the difference between ‘No Smoking’ and ‘Inception’.

Here’s the trailer to get started :

Posted in Movies

Globally Recognized,But unknown in India : 2015 movie “COURT”

The 2015 Marathi movie “Court” which is based on the Indian Legal System is an perfect example which tells us that you just need a ‘GOOD SCRIPT’ to make a great movie.

The debutant ‘Chaitanya Tamhane’ wrote and directed the movie “Court”. The movie has won 30 international awards, including two big trophies at the 71st Venice International Film Festival in September 2014. It also won the 2015 National Award for best Feature film.



The movie is shot on the real locations in Mumbai and the movie has only less characters but they are so strong which keeps you connected to the whole movie.

2: NO ‘Unreal Court melodrama

Finally a film on the Indian legal system with more insight than ‘tareekh pe tareekh’


The movie “Court” is a low budget and a simple film, but the story is very realistic and very well directed by ‘Chaitanya Tamhane’.

The movie has not many characters but all the actors do justice to their roles.


The ‘CLIMAX’ of the movie is so powerful but also confusing, you need to think a lot of what does the final scene means?.

This movie is an important movie, you must watch it.

Here’s the trailer to get started

The movie link:

Posted in Short stories

Have your own OPINION (2 minutes read)

15th January 2018 all over Maharashtra(an Indian state) everyone were in talks about the strike which was going to take place the next day by the CPS Party members.All news channels were telecasting the same news.It was around 12.30 pm and Arun a 23 year old engineering student was just surfing on the internet at his home and suddenly he gets a text from his buddy Jay and their conversation were as follows:

Jay: Hey buddy have you heard about the tomorrow’s strike? I and many people of our area are supporting the strike and we will be joining the strike tomorrow. I want you to come along with us.

Arun:Yeah,But i think the CPS Party are doing the wrong thing only the common people will suffer due to it.
Jay:No dude,they are doing the right thing you need to check the news.Just watch any news channel you will get it.
Arun:Wait i will watch the news and text you after sometime.

Arun turns on the TV and just goes around through every news channels.And on most of the news channels he finds that the strike conducted by CPS Party is for the good purpose.(ONLY ACCORDING TO MEDIA)

Arun texts his friend Jay as below
Arun: Hey bro I watched the news and I will also be joining the tomorrow’s strike of CPS Party.

Here Arun gets Influenced by his friend and most importantly MEDIA Influenced him.
So rather than getting Influenced by society or media we must Have our own OPINION.

Posted in Movies

The 1975 classic “One flew over the cuckoo’s nest”

The Jack Nicholson starrer 1975’s “One flew over the cuckoo’s nest” was the second Hollywood movie with 5 major Academy awards.

The movie is based on the 1962 novel with the same name by Ken Kesey. One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest is No. 33 on the American Film Institute’s 100 Years… 100 Movies list.

The movie is based on the mental institutions in the 1960’s and how the people were outcasted.

Well,Jack Nicholson who plays Randle McMurphy and all the boys will entertain you throughout the movie and Louise Fletcher who plays Nurse Ratched in the movie will make you hate her.

A movie with many funny scenes to make you laugh,some drama and overall full entertaining and one of the great movies ever made.

According to me this is the best movie of Jack Nicholson till date.The movie has completed 42 years from its release in 1975 though it is better than many movies made nowadays.

This movie is a must watch for all the movie lovers.So watch it if you haven’t yet.

Lots of Love.

Posted in Bollywood, Classical movie, MiraNair, Movies

Feel The 80’s Mumbai Through “SALAAM BOMBAY”

The 1988 Mira Nair’s directorial debut Salaam Bombay! is one of the best Indian movies ever.The film is based on the day-to-day life of children living on the streets of Bombay, India’s biggest city.
It won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Hindi and many more awards in foreign film festivals.The film was India’s second film submission to be nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. The film was among the list of “The Best 1,000 Movies Ever Made” by The New York Times.

Apart from these there are various reasons to watch this movies which are:

1:Witness the Mumbai in 1980’s

The so called dream city Mumbai was Bombay in the 80’s.You can feel the Bombay of 1980’s in this movie as it was very well directed by Mira Nair and the whole film was shot on real locations of Bombay.The classical look of Mumbai.

2:Irrfan Khan’s debut movie

Well many of us didn’t knew this but Salaam Bombay is Irrfan Khan’s first on screen performance.You can call it just a small cameo.


Shafiq Syed who played the lead actor in this Academy award nominated movie at age of twelve is currently an auto rickshaw driver in Bangalore and lives in the slums.

Well,this movie is an epic movie ever made and you all must watch it,you will love it for sure the very realistic movie ever made.

Posted in Hollywood movies, Movies, Psychological thrillers

Get Psychotic With “Shutter Island”

Released in 2010,Shutter Island is one of the best psychological thrillers of all time.Directed by Martin Scorsese it stars Leonardo DiCaprio,Ben Kingsley and Mark Ruffalo.It is written by Laeta Kalogridis, based on Dennis Lehane’s 2003 novel of the same name.

Leonardo DiCaprio stars as U.S. Marshal Edward “Teddy” Daniels who is investigating a psychiatric facility on Shutter Island after one of the patients goes missing. Mark Ruffalo plays his partner officer, Ben Kingsley is the facility’s lead psychiatrist, and Michelle Williams is Daniels’ wife. The film received generally favorable reviews from critics.

A movie that keeps you guessing to the end and then — miraculously — makes the guessing pay off.

Incredible use of atmosphere, production design. Excellent performances by DiCaprio, Ruffalo, Kingsley, etc.

The use of deliberate continuity errors to reflect Teddy’s state of mind is a nice little touch. Always noticing new things on rewatch.

This movie is the best if you love psychological thrillers.

Plot Synopsis:

“Between the idea
And the reality
Between the motion
And the act
Falls the Shadow”
T.S. Eliot, “The Hollow Men”

This movie is filled with suspense so called psychological suspense. Shutter Island is not just about solving the mystery.It’s about solving the madness.
Watch the movie if you haven’t yet,you will be thrilled definitely and you will love it too.

Posted in Bollywood, Movies

“The Bollywood Trilogy”

We watch many Bollywood movies and most of the times we complaint about the content of the movies and due to which our perception has changed towards Bollywood and most of us prefer watching Hollywood movies.But there are many Bollywood movies which are epic in terms of Story,Acting,Direction,etc.Here I am gonna suggest you 3 of the best bollywood movies which you need to watch.These movies can also be called as Hansal Mehta’s TRILOGY which stars Rajkumar Rao.So Lets begin,

1:SHAHID (2013)

SHAHID,released on 18th October 2013 is one of the underrated Bollywood movies which stars RAJKUMMAR RAO in lead role.This movie is based on the life of lawyer and human rights activist Shahid Azmi, who was assassinated in 2010 in Mumbai.

It received positive reviews from critics, and considering its budget the film had commercial success at the box office. It won the National Film Award for Best Actor and Best Director at the 61st National Film Awards ceremony.

You will definitely love Rajkummar Rao’s acting in the movie.All other supporting actors also gave justice to their roles and the movie was very well directed by Hansal Mehta.

Shahid Azmi was a lawyer who fought for the innocent Muslims who were accused for terrorism.

This movie is a must watch if you love classy movies.


Second in the list is CITYLIGHTS which was released on 30th May 2014.It stars Rajkummar Rao and Patralekha in lead roles.

Hansal Mehta’s direction makes Citylights intensely gripping and thought-provoking, the interplay of emotions and how the couple copes with city’s hardships are the high points of the film.

Another great performance of Rajkummar Rao after ‘SHAHID’.

3:ALIGARH (2016)

ALIGARH is a 2016 Indian biographical drama film directed by Hansal Mehta and written by Apurva Asrani. It stars Manoj Bajpayee and Rajkummar Rao in the lead roles.

This movie is a biopic based on Dr Shrinivas Ramchandra Siras (Manoj Bajpayee), a professor on whom a sting operation was carried out to determine his sexual orientation, forms a special bond with the journalist (Rajkummar Rao) who covers his story.

You will love both Manoj Bajpayee and Rajkummar Rao in the movie.

Do watch these three movies you will surely love them.Stay connected to get to know about best movies around the world.