“Typecasting” is a bane for any movie and the actors characterized in it are often stereotyped as clichéd and boring. Audience has become wiser than they were during the late 80s and 90s, when directors would dish out the same characters in order to call audience to the theaters.
Movies are a work of fiction; an extension of reality with no limits to the stretch of imagination. You watch a movie expecting something larger than life, something different altogether. While logic needn’t be a necessary ingredient in movies but then at times the boundaries of reason are extended far too much.
Making people laugh is a challenge, and comedy is an extremely dramatic work which might result in a successful or a happy conclusion. Our Hindi movies are incomplete without the pinch of comedy and comedians. The comedian’s quest in Bollywood is to captivate the moviegoers through jokes and acting weird.
A movie poster is a reflection of the exact narration of the film. Therefore, an enhanced level of accuracy and proper check on resourceful exhibition is required while designing their content. There is a very fine line between a movie poster being described as outrageous and creative.
There’s no shame in crying. There’s no shame for guys to cry. They just don’t always think they should cry. It’s an outdated social notion. The power of the moving image can evoke a profound emotional reaction from any person, man or woman.
Oscar Wilde once famously said: “The public is wonderfully tolerant. It forgives everything except genius.” A film industry that churns out more than 1000 movies annually is home to some actors who are truly versatile but underrated. They are known to deliver top notch performances (much better than super stars of commercial cinema) but rarely receive the adulation and compensation akin to those promoted repeatedly by media houses.
A college degree does not make you a Hollywood star, owner of an MNC or a statesman. Yes, it does help to some extent but life offers a level-playing field, and it’s up to us what we do on it. How we choose to educate and refine ourselves depends on our choices.
Kitne aadmi the? Or Jo darr gaya, samjho marr gaya are dialogues that make up the popular Bollywood lexicon. Who can forget Sholay and Gabbar Singh that came along with it? The movie was not only about the revenge of a police officer against a bandit but it was the tale of characters.
Movies have always been a medium of entertainment for the people worldwide. There are different genres of movies. Apart from the regular movies with blissful endings, there is a section of films that are based around glum themes. The motive of such movies is not to inject gloomy feelings in the heart of an audience.