This atypically low-key Bollywood romantic comedy is effortlessly appealing.
"Masala to the max" would be a fitting tagline for "Om Shanti Om," ace choreographer Farah Khan's sophomore stint as director following her socko 2004 hit, "Main hoon na."
Six yarns of love, infatuation, longing and desire twist and turn across two continents and over 3½ hours in epic dramedy "Salaam-e-Ishq," which raises the Bollywood bar in a single stroke. Think…
Karan Johar returns to the directing helm with his third pic, "Kabhi alvida naa kehna," a star-loaded, Gotham-set relationships movie that's generally good but works better in bits than as a whole…
Multihyphenate Subhash Ghai'sMukta Arts and Mumbai's Film City have set up the Whistling Woods Intl. film school on the Film City campus in Mumbai.
Mumbai meets Gotham (and wins) in "Kal ho naa ho," a family masala epic with aces playing by its young and old star cast. Pic is another slam-dunk from vet producer Yash Johar, whose Dharma Prods…
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