Ajay Devgn’s Top 10 Movies You Need To Watch on His Birthday

It’s April 2, which also happens to be the Birthday of India’s Angry gangster Ajay Devgn. Since starting his careers in action thrillers, Ajay Devgn has branched into various genres such as Mumbai Noir, Comedies, Thrillers, Love Stories, Drama but his real forte has been Gangster and Cop dramas. Nevertheless, Ajay has proven his mantle in all of his roles and he has been good even in his bad movies. So, we are bringing you Top 10 Ajay Devgn movies you need to watch on his birthday: 10. Drishyam: A remake of the Malayalam movie Drishyam and loosely based on […]

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Top 10 Songs From Bollywood Dedicated To Ganesh Chaturthi


Ganesh Chaturthi is here. The festival of Dhol & Nagada’s is back and for next 10 days you will found yourself immersed with the chants of “Ganpati Bappa Maurya”. The festival which begun today will last for 10 days and ends on 5th September. So in honor of Ganpati Bappa, we bring you the best songs from our Bollywood movies which you can listen to while celebrating Ganesh Chaturthi. Deva Shree Ganesha – Agneepath   Sindoor Lal Chadayo – Vaastav   Sadda Dil Vi Tu Ganpati – ABCD   Mourya Re – Don   Bappa – Banjo   Gajanana – […]

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20 Best Patriotic Movies To Watch On India’s 70th Independence Day

Every Independence day we go back to the songs and movies which bring back patriotism in us. These are the things which help us in reliving those moments and personalities which helped to shape the independent India as we know it today. Hence on the occasion of India’s 70th Independence day, we bring you the top patriotic movies which you can watch today, in no particular order: Rang De Basanti(2006) No film captured the imagination of Indian youth like Rang De Basanti. This was the film which gave the people idea of silent marches and candle light protests. Based on […]

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List Of 101 Iconic IndiPop Songs Every 90’s Kid Should Listen To

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90’s was the best decade ever, period! There I said it. It was the time of India’s globalization and with newly introduced economic reforms India was learning to adjust to the thinking of the west. India achieved so much in the 90’s which laid the foundation of the growing India we see now. New economic  policies were introduced in 1991, we won the Kargil war, we won back to back Miss India and Miss Universe crowns in the same year i.e ’94, Pokhran test was conducted in ’98, we got two of the most beloved movies of all time in […]

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List Of 75 Bollywood Movies You Didn’t Knew Were Copied From Other Movies

Movie making is not an easy job. You have to come up with a story, then write a screenplay, bring the right actors for the part and so on. So what is the easiest way to make a movie? Simple! Copy the story from another movie from Hollywood or may be from another country. And that’s the route our Hindi filmmakers choose while making a movie. And some of them are pioneers of doing that such as Sanjay Gupta, Mohit Suri and so on. So we decided to bring forth a definite list of movies that were copied from movies […]

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10 Best Vinod Khanna Movies You Must Watch

Veteran actor of over 140 films and Member of Parliament, Vinod Khanna, passed away today in the morning. He was 70. A heartthrob of 70’s & 80’s, known for his killer looks and tall lanky built, Mr. Khanna gave stiff competition to Amitabh Bachchan, with whom he starred in 6 movies and two of them are considered as a blockbuster. Today, we remember 10 of his best movies you must watch: 10. Lahu Ke Do Rang(1979):   Chahiye thoda pyaar, thoda pyaar chahiye….janeman gulbadan meri baat maaniye…. Sings Mr. Khanna stalking Shaban Azmi in the lanes of Darjeeling confessing his love.Lahu Ke Do Rang is one many multi starer’s Vinod Khanna starred at the height of his career. The film was a hit at the box office and also stars Danny in on of his very few good guy roles. Here’s the synopsis of the movie: Inspector Raj Singh’s father was killed by Shankar and his men for gold. Years later he locates them but also finds that he has a step brother Suraj who works for Shankar now known as Devi Dayal.     9. Hera Pheri(1976): It’s one of the most fun movies you will watch starring two of the top actors of the 70’s Mr.Bacchan and Mr.Khanna in one of their 6 collaborations on screen, apart from Amar Akbar Anthony.The initial scenes where both of them con people are hilarious.  Also starring Saira Banu and Sulakshana Pandit, the movie was a superhit at the box office. Vinod Khanna got the best supporting actor nomination at the Filmfare awards for the movie. Here’s the synopsis of the movie:. Two best friends and con-artists friendship are tested when one of them discovers that the other one is the long lost son of the person who killed his father. 8. Qurbani(1980): One of the most stylish movies of Bollywood, Qurbani was the biggest hit of the year 1980, which also introduced famous Pakistani singer Nazia Hassan to the Indian audiences with “Aap Jaisa Koi”.  The movie is also credited with bringing “Disco Revolution” in India with the soundtrack being popular even today with other hits like “Hum Tumhain Chahte Hain”, “Laila Ho Laila” and “Kya Dekhte Ho”. Here’s the synopsis of the movie: […]

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9 Most Shocking Moments From Bollywood Movies

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What makes a scene memorable?Dialogue? Great Acting? Direction? Actors? Or Shock value? Sometimes its directors or story’s demand to create shock value in a particular scene. Western serials such as Game of Thrones and Breaking Bad are filled with shocking scenes and these are the moments which make these serials memorable. After all Game of Thrones is known for Red Wedding and Breaking Bad for Ozymandias. Hence it’s not surprising to see that our own Indian filmmakers such as Ram Gopal Verma and Anurag Kashyap have often used shock value as one of the primary means of storytelling in their […]

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Top 25 Romantic Songs From Bollywood For Valentine’s Day 2017

Valentine’s day always comes with its share of baggage. People often celebrate the festival of love by spending time with their loved ones listening to their favorite romantic tracks from Bollywood movies. Some of the songs might have aged but we still swoon over them whenever we hear them playing somewhere. Here we are presenting top 15 most romantic songs from Bollywood for this Valentine’s day.   Pehla Nasha, Jo Jeeta Wahi Sikandar Aye Mere Humsafar, Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak Aap Ki Ankhon Mein Kuch, Ghar Dekha Ek Khwab, Silsila Kabhi Kabhi Mere Dil Mein Khayal Aata Hai, Kabhi Kabhi […]

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15 Most Overused, Cliché but Iconic Dialogues in Bollywood Movies Ever

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Job of a dialogue writer is a tricky one. Sometimes a great dialogue is marred by bad acting or sometimes an average dialogue with no meaning whatsoever can be made iconic just because of the actor’s charisma. Take Raj Kumar for example. His dialogue delivery was so great that he made dialogues like “Jaani ye Chaku hai….Lag jaaye toh khoon nikal aata hai” or “Jinke ghar sheesh eke hote hain….woh dusron ke gharon par pathar nahi maarte”. You give these dialogues to any other actor and the dialogue will lose all its meaning. But there came a time when the […]

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Why Bollywood Movie Awards Are Also The Most Idiotic In The World

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Recently, Filmfare announced its annual awards for the best in movies for the past year. But unlike normal years, this year, Filmfare awards have been harshly criticized for being biased and rightly so. For years, Indian film awards have been following template where stars arrive in glamorous outfits, dance in well-choreographed sequences by Shiamak Dawar and his troops and then awards are being awarded to the star kids waiting next in line. What is more pathetic is that most of these awards are given by Media Houses or Publishing companies such as Filmfare, Zee etc. Filmfare is owned by Times […]

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