Cast: Lee Williams, Lillete Dubey, Kulbhushan Kharbanda, Anjali Patil
Director: Prashant Nair
The strength of independent filmmaking lies in its ability of deviating from the set patterns determined by dominant market forces. Director Prashant Nairs Delhi in a Day is a fresh take on Indias mystical spirituality and class structure.
The basic story line of the film can remind you of Rang De Basanti or Patang but there are not many things similar to these films in Delhi in a Day, apart from a foreigner who, like several others, is overwhelmed by the oriental brand of philosophy. Jasper (Lee Williams) is a young Englishman who wants to explore the country of snake-charmers and vermillion wearing women (he uses the word real India), and thus decides to stay at Mukund Bhatias (Kulbhushan Kharbanda) house. Mukund needs to oblige Jasper due to his business needs, besides he is a wealthy man who likes to show-off. Mukunds wife Kalpana (Lillete Dubey) is a highly social and sharp tongued lady and her prime duty is to cover up her husbands absurd Punjabi antics. Retired grandfather (Victor Banerjee) occupies a small space in the villa....more
02:13 AM, Aug 25, 2012
Cast: Zoa Morani, Ali Fazal, Giselle Monteiro, Lillete Dubey, Satyajeet Dubey, Ali Fazal Director: Roshan Abbas Set on a sprawling Delhi campus where students spend the bulk of their time attending drama rehearsals or dancing merrily in the corridors, 'Always Kabhi Kabhi' directed by Roshan Abbas channels those breezy 'High School Musical' moviesbut alas this film doesn't have the infectious charm of those feel-good Disney entertainers. The kids in this...
11:27 PM, Jun 17, 2011