Being comfortably high can be a productive time for most people. The mood is right, tensions seem far away, and nothingness is all you have. When high, one of the best things you can do is watch a movie, especially one that takes you on frantic ride of whimsical laughter.
Success is a formula that everyone wants to have but only a few can retain. The same can be said for any successful filmmaker-actor pair. Directors and actors often like to repeat a successful experiment.
Superheroes jumping over running trains, or CIA agents going on secret missions, or eccentric characters fooling around only to conceal their seriousness secretively; it’s all filled with thrill, fun, adventure, and some nerve wrecking action.
Movie makers have been constantly borrowing ideas from classics or bestselling novels and manipulating them to come up with outstanding cinema. At least 20-30 movies released every year across the world are based on books.
Satyajit Ray is one of the most celebrated filmmakers of the world. He remains the only Indian filmmaker to have won an Academy Award. A master of neo-realistic cinema, Ray’s style remains unparalleled to this day. He was phenomenal, renowned worldwide for his unique style of writing, storytelling and graphic-design (in a time where there were no computers).
World War II has always been a great source of historical stories that have been transformed into movies. Some stories narrate direct combat, others describe concentration camps, and yet others confront us with the horrors of war. All these have been used as themes in movies.
For those of you who thought Korean Movies are quirky and not meant for a universal audience, you’re certainly mistaken. With strong characters, unpredictable plots and amazing cinematography, they are indeed a delight for all audience.
Yes, our patriotism which sleeps more often than not gets an ego boost when we watch movies where our gallant actors playing soldiers fight with honour and chivalry. When movies combine this emotions and present to us on the silver screen they become epics. Let’s find out about some of India’s top Bollywood movies based on war.