Who had the Last Laugh?

  He appeared seriously disgruntled, head down, hands on his hips, contemplating the futility with a shake of his head, before reluctantly advancing towards the dressing room. Yes! I’m talking about Gianluigi Buffon. Someone who made his debut over 20 years ago and has been a role-model and motivator on and off the pitch. Throughout its journey from stardom to darkness and back to the very top, one name remained constant, Gianluigi Buffon. ZINEDINE ZIDANE: “ Say that again?”     9th July 2006. I was a vibrant kid back then…

The Boss of all Dishes

The craving, sorry the ‘lust’ began way back in 2011. As the bell rang on a Wednesday afternoon, as it glorified the lunch break, a student’s favourite hour of the day, the first thing we did was ask each other if we had enough cash. The minute we did, we considered ourselves worthy enough for the fight. We ran from our classrooms. The battle was on! There was no stopping us. I was never a runner, even going in the lift would leave me famished. But Wednesdays in my school…

Is that Nawazuddin Siddiqui??

What do you do when someone you love gets hurt? You do your due diligence, you go to the cops, and you wait for the system to reward you for the lakhs in tax you’ve paid. It’s a process – one that has plenty of loop holes and pitfalls. During this process, what do you do with the rage?   Verdict: A vigilante thriller, Sridevi’s ‘Mom’ explores dark alleyways within and without. Such scenarios have long been exploited in thriller after thriller – from No One Killed Jessica to Talvar.…

Munna Bhai? No, it’s ‘Sanju’!

Can you all recognize the person in the poster? Yes!. It’s none other than our very own Ranbir Kapoor in and out as ‘Sanju’. One of the very few versatile and colorful actors that Bollywood can boast about without having to worry about anything else at least. We have seen bio-pics in the past from Milkha Singh to M.S. Dhoni to MC Mary Kom to the sensation of the south popularly known as ‘Silk’ where every director has been successful in making us live through the characters and see things…