Each week I'll post a new letter and all you have to do is nominate a film that you think…
Black Friday is a film about the investigations following the 1993 serial Bombay bomb blasts, told through the different stories of the people involved --police, conspirators, victims, middlemen.
Anurag's best directorial work is this movie which actually gives the feel of police files documentaries.The movie is about the detailed investigation of the 1993 Mumbai Bomb Blasts which claimed hundreds of lives and created a communal rift in the country . The movie is divided into parts and sections which gives a step by step analysis about the entire planning and implementation of the infamous attacks.
The concept of the movie itself is very engaging and riveting, and AK had given all his expertise in the making of this one which shows on the screen eventually. It is clearly seen that he has done ample research on this matter and as a result all the characters become alive before…
Gripping, shocking yet true story of the men and the conspiracy between the 1993 Bombay blasts which severely dented India's image. Since then, the political environment has changed with India being target again and again by perpetrators of religious fundamentalism.
One of the best movies Bollywood has ever produced in it's history.
This is perhaps the most insightful film about the nature of terrorism I have seen, Impeccably acted and the directed, it feels both realistic and dreamlike. A huge film in scope, ambition and artistic merit.
bloody brilliant epic of a crime film
- The Big City
- Bigger Than Life
- Bad Boy Bubby
- Blackmail Is My Life
- Air Doll
- Tony Takitani
- Full Contact
- A Beautiful Life
Basically just films from my watchlist that I'll try to include as many as I can of in this project.
- 12 Angry Men
- The 400 Blows
- (500) Days of Summer
- The Unvanquished
"A Boy's Best friend is his Mother"
Yes. In the world of this 21-year-old, my mom (Vaishali Bhoras) is my…