Tag: Irrfan Khan

“Twisted Love, Revenge, and Redemption: ‘The Song of Scorpions’ Marks Irrfan Khan’s Last Film”

The late actor Irrfan Khan’s final film, “The Song of Scorpions,” is set to release in theaters on April 28th. Directed by Anup Singh, the movie is a folktale set in the Thar desert, featuring a haunting premise of twisted love, revenge, and the redemptive power of a song. “The Song of Scorpions” made its […]

‘Karwaan’ (2018) – A journey of self-discovery (Review)

‘Karwaan’ (कारवाँ) in the Hindi language means a group of people on a journey. The film very aptly justifies this name by introducing and following three characters, who are completely unique in their nature, but they are together on a journey of self-discovery. The film directed by Akarsh Khurana, who was directing his second feature […]

The Lunchbox (2013): An art-house movie with a strong narrative and storyline

The Lunchbox (Dabba), directed by Ritesh Batra, is a charming love story about two people who interact through letters in an effort to overcome their loneliness. Before providing more information about the film, I would like to note that very few people prefer these films over the high-grossing entertainers running on the opposite corner of […]

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