Tiger Zinda hai is over dependent on Salman Khan and his charismatic star power…

First and foremost, Kindly allow me to apologize for coming out with an extremely delayed review. The unbelievably long queues outside the multiplexes are to be blamed for this delay. Buying a couple of tickets for TZH was a real task. Anyways, here I am with a delayed, but elaborate review of Tiger Zinda Hai.

Overview:
 Salman Khan, Bollywood’s and controversy’s favourite child is back, bigger and better.  The much-awaited Tiger Zinda Hai has finally hit the screens and it’s as stupendous as ever. Salman Khan is back with a bang after the failure of Tubelight.  The film is inspired by a real-life incident where a group of 46 nurses were kidnapped by the ISIS. The film deals with how Salman, along with a bunch of Indian as well as Pakistani agents, rescues the kidnapped nurses from the jaws of a dreadful militant named Abu Usman. The Indian authorities are given seven days to rescue the kidnapped nurses by the American authorities. The head of the Indian Intelligence, Shenoy (Girish Karnad) believes Tiger is the ideal man to execute this rescue operation. Tiger, after some amount of persuasion, agrees to spearhead the operation. The rest of the film deals with how Tiger and his men overpower the ISC in a bid to rescue the trapped nurses. Continue reading “Tiger Zinda hai is over dependent on Salman Khan and his charismatic star power…”

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Bollywood Rewind 2017…

2017 was yet another year which saw some solid hits being churned out. Right from veteran actor Sridevi’s power-packed comeback in “Mom”, to Irrfan Khan’s brilliant comic timing in “Hindi Medium”, to Akshay Kumar’s one-man show in “Jolly LLB 2”, we were treated to some mouth-wateringly delicious films throughout the year. Let us take a look at the very best of Bollywood in 2017. Continue reading “Bollywood Rewind 2017…”

Cramping for room: Congestion’s on an all-time high in Delhi

Travelling to work in a city like Delhi is a major concern. Every morning, countless people can be seen making their way to the office. Take my example: I live in West Delhi and make my way to Gurugram every morning via the metro. Taking a cab does no good as traffic tends to crawl like a snail in the morning. This is perhaps because the use of personal vehicles to travel to work has increased significantly. Moreover, the metro is no less crowded and a journey spanning across 40 stations takes nearly a couple of hours.

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