Oscars 2018 Early Predictions : Who Will Likely Win In Each Of The Primary Categories

This Tuesday, The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences unveiled the nominations for the 90th Annual Oscar awards with few snubs such as the complete omission of critically and commercially acclaimed “Wonder Woman” as well as Steven Spielberg for “The Post” and James Franco for “The Disaster Artist”. But still, rest of the nominations were pretty much locked since October. The Oscars will take place in Los Angeles, California on March 4, 2018, and will be hosted again by Jimmy Kimmel. Now based on the early analysis and frontrunners among the awards circuit, here are our early predictions for […]

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Dev Patel Gets Oscar Nomination For Supporting Turn in ‘Lion’

Dev Patel in Lion

As Meryl Streep described him at this year’s Golden Globes, the Indian born in Kenya, raised in London, Dev Patel earned Oscar nomination for his supporting turn in the movie “Lion”. The movie based on the Saroo Brierley’s best-selling autobiography ‘A Long Way Home’ tells the true story of an Indian men’s (raised by an Australian family) search for his long lost family. The movie is said to be real tear jerker and will be released in India on 24th Feb. Patel came into prominence after playing Jamal Malik in Danny Boyle’s Oscar winning movie Slumdog Millionaire (2008). Patel has […]

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5 Reasons Why Bollywood Sucks

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We all love Bollywood. We adore the limelight, glamour, fashion, celebrity lifestyle and even their kids (more on that later). There are attributes which makes our film industry unique. The song & dance sequences, larger than life heroes, fairytale love stories, masala, and melodrama. These are the ingredients which separate us from each and every other film industry in the world, and they adore us for that. But every once in a while, as I take a closer look at our film industry, it gives me ample of reasons to say that our movie industry, SUCKS! For every positive, there […]

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