Hasee Toh Phasee (2014) – Imperfection is Perfection for Somebody

This a comfort movie for many people, including me. Sure, if you think logically it will make you angry - with an illogical plot involving China and highly incorrect medical issues. But the emotion is still true and delicate in what it deals with. In truth, if it wasn't for those two issues within the … Continue reading Hasee Toh Phasee (2014) – Imperfection is Perfection for Somebody

In Which Annie Gives It Those Ones (1989 TV) – Life is Not Made to Be Designed

I found about this film in a funny twist of coincidence (don't know if the wording is right but it feels so). I have been reading the non-fiction articles and essays of Arundhati Roy, loving her way with words and strong opinions. I am slowly making my way into reading everything she has written and … Continue reading In Which Annie Gives It Those Ones (1989 TV) – Life is Not Made to Be Designed

Minsara Kanavu (1997) – A Simple Story of Desire and Devotion

This is just such a simple romance in the best way. There are no Villains, only people with different desires, with the common decency of selflessness. It's people trying to out-selfless each other in their different ways, from the spiritual to the physical acts. Also, very refreshing with the very Christian setting. Kajol is full … Continue reading Minsara Kanavu (1997) – A Simple Story of Desire and Devotion

Ayodhyecha Raja (1932) – A Story of Charity into the Evils of Capitalism

This is the earliest surviving talkie of Indian cinema. The prints of Alam Are (1931) were burned in an accident in 2003 in Pune, so this is the only one we know of. Summary: In Ayodha King Harishchandra rules. The sage Vishwamitra comes to his kingdom, saying that if he promises to give up everything … Continue reading Ayodhyecha Raja (1932) – A Story of Charity into the Evils of Capitalism