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A Potpourri of Vestiges Review

By Murtaza Ali Khan

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In Kalank, Varun Dhawan romances with Alia Bhatt yet again but they fail to rekindle their old chemistry. Abhishek Varman directorial Kalank is a huge misfire from Karan Johar and Dharma Productions but to truly appreciate the enormity of Kalank's disaster it is important to understand that despite all its resplendence and glamour Kunal Khemu is the best thing about it. The film's dream ensemble cast features likes of Madhuri Dixit, Sanjay Dutt, Sonakshi Sinha, and Aditya Roy Kapoor. On popular demand, other than a regular review, I have put together a video review of Kalank for your quick access... it can be watched below!


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By Murtaza Ali Khan



The long wait is finally over. The eight season of Game of Thrones premiered some time back. But before I make any revelations I must flash the mandatory SPOILER ALERT!

Remembering my post from a couple of years ago, I had described Season 7 Episode 7 'The Dragon and the Wolf’ as one the weakest of all Game of Thrones finales. And before the season 8 premiere 'Winterfell' I revisited 'The Dragon and the Wolf' to see how well it would connect with 'Winterfell'. And I am now convinced that I was right about it being one of the weakest season finales. But having now watched 'Winterfell' I feel that the two episodes work really well together. Had they been one mega episode instead of two I believe together they would have packed a much stronger punch than as two episodes separated by two long years. But the good thing is that it doesn't really feel as if two years have passed. Things pick up from exactly where it was left. Season 8 open up with Dany and Jon marching into Winterfell as Sansa and Arya wait in anticipation. The scene forms an interesting parallel with the very first episode of season 1 when King Robert and Queen Cersei had marched into Winterfell. It had changed everything for the Starks. And all these years later this time it's another Queen that rides into the heart of the North. It's a deja vu of sorts for Arya who is no longer the little girl she once was. No one can push her aside so easily now. As for Sansa she is bemused to see two fully grown dragons flying past her castle. As Dany marches on she notices a lack of warmth for her. Yes, it's cold in Winterfell but there is also another kind of coldness in the hearts of Northerners for foreigners as she is about to learn. 

As Sansa welcomes back Jon she doesn't show the same kind of warmth towards Dany. Of course, she hasn't got a clue about how Dany risked her beloved dragons for Jon.The Stark bannermen too aren't particularly happy to see the King in the North relinquish his crown to a foreigner. Meanwhile Tyrion Lannister try to explain the Lords of North how Jon risked his life and has managed to assemble the the greatest army the world has ever seen, reminding that Cersei's army will soon be joining them at Winterfell. Sansa reminds them about the short food supplies and expresses her concerns about feeding the army of the Unsullied, Dothraki, and two full-grown dragons. Sansa asks quizzically, "What do dragons eat, anyway?" Dany retorts, "Whatever they want". 

Next Tyrion visits Sansa. Remember this is the first time they are meeting since Sansa fled King's Landing after Joffrey's horrifying death. Of course, at the time Tyrion was married to Sansa. Tyrion being Tyrion, he says while addressing Sansa, "Lady of Winterfell has a nice ring to it." "So does Hand of the Queen... depending on the Queen, I suppose," Sansa retorts. Clearly there is a greater tension between Tyrion and Sansa because now the former is the Hand of Daenerys Targaryen. Also Sansa tells Tyrion that she is disappointed to see Tyrion being fooled by Cersei. She also mockingly tells him, "I used to think you were the cleverest man alive." It is here that Tyrion finally starts suspecting that Cersei has indeed taken him for a ride. Right after Sansa leaves the scene Tyrion and Bran, who is now the Three-Eyed Raven, make an eye contact. And, I forgot to tell you that Bran and Jon have already met and embraced each other. Bran also reminds Dany and others in Winterfell that the Night King has also broken through the Wall and has managed to revive Dany's slain dragon. Jon and Arya also meet after years. Of course, there has always been great adoration between them and so when they embrace each other it really makes for a special moment. 

Arya unites with Jon
In King's Landing, Qyburn informs Cersei that the dead have broken through the Wall but with Euron Greygoy and Gold Company's fleet at her disposal. But Cersei is a wee bit disappointed to learn that Euron couldn't get her any elephants. Cersei also learns that she cannot keep delaying Euron's sexual advances and so she finally gives in. Later on, Cersei tells Euron, "You might be the most arrogant man I have ever met." She adds in a whispering tone, "I like that". Also in between Cersei sends Qyburn to Bronn. Cersei basically wants Bronn to kill both her brothers with a crossbow in case they survive the Army of the Dead and in return she offers him all the riches that were once promised to him. While Bronn accepts the offer but it will be really interesting to see how this one plays out, especially given the relation Bronn shares with Jamie and Tyrion.

In one of the most exciting scenes of Game of Thrones so far Dany asks Jon to fly on Rhaegal. Jon is of course petrified but Dany doesn't leave him with any other option. So Dany flies on Drogon alongside him and after some efforts Jon is able to gain some control on the beast. Jon takes Dany to the place where he hunted, Only it is much colder now that the Winter has come. Dany reminds Jon about his duty to keep his Queen warm in such atrociously cold weather, especially given she is from the South and isn't used to such cold. So they fall in each other's arms as the dragons look on. It appears that Jon having successfully ridden the dragon has now win all her trust and see now sees him as her truly worthy lover. But it may all soon change once she learns about Jon's true ancestry. 

Tyrion pays Sansa a visit
Another interesting thing that I must mention here is the witty conversations that take between Varys, Onion Knight, and Tyrion Lannister. I can't wait to have more of it. Since this episode is all about people meeting one another after a long passage of separation, I must mention about the interesting meetings between the Hound and Arya as well as Cerdic and Arya. When the Hound reminds Arya that she left him to die, she tells him, "First I robbed you." The Hound being the Hound, he tells her, "You are a cold little b***h, aren't you?" He adds before leaving the scene, "Guess that's why you are still alive." Seeing him make an axe with a blade made up of the Dragon Glass for The Hound, Arya too makes a special request to Cedric for a weapon of her choice. Let's wait and watch how Arya wields that weapon once she has it. Also, Theon Greyjoy succeeds in releasing in freeing Yara who allows him to head towards the North and fight with the Starks.

Next Dany visits Sam along with Ser Jorah to thank him for curing her faithful servant. During their conversation Sam learns that Dany has already executed his father and brother. It's only now that Dany comes to know that he is a Tarly. It is a devastating scene to say the last. We all know that Sam didn't like his father much but on learning that the Dragon Queen has also executed his brother he begins to shiver in disbelief. Unable to control his pain he leaves the scene. As he steps out he encounters Bran who reminds him to inform Jon about his true ancestry. Sam gathers himself and goes to meet Jon. He tells him how Dany cruelly executed his father and brother. Jon is shocked to learn that but he tries to defend Dany. Sam reminds him that Jon would have mercy had he been in Dany's place. Sam finally makes the big revelation. He announces," You are Aegon Targaryen, true heir to the Iron Throne". Jon is unable to believe that Ned Stark, the most honorable man he ever knew, lied to him all his life. Sam then tells him that it was out of the promise he made to his sister Lyanna and that Robert would have got him killed had Ned not kept it a secret. 

Cersei and Euron Greyjoy
Meanwhile, the Night King sends a souvenir to the living and it's discovered by Tormund and Beric who are pretty much alive. It's something that I won't reveal. You will have to watch it with your own eyes to truly get a hang of it. The episode ends with Jamie walking into King Landing. He is all alone and they moments he steps of his horse his eyes fall on Bran and as the camera pulls in on Bran we are reminded of that dreaded episode when he had pushed Bran out of the tower window, an incident that permanently crippled the youngest Stark boy. With Jamie finally coming to Winterfell after all these years perhaps a lot many scores will be settled now. Bran, of course, is no longer Bran in essence and so more than him the Kingslayer needs to worry about the wrath of others. Let's not forget that it was Jamie who killed the Mad King following which House Targaryen got nearly wiped out. Jamie of course is not afraid of death otherwise he wouldn't have come to fight the Army of the Dead all alone. But before he can finally redeem himself I think he will have to deal with a few irate individuals. We will find out all that and more in the second episode of the eight and final season of Game of Thrones.

GoT Season 8 episodes running time

Episode 1: 54 minutes

Episode 2: 58 minutes

Episode 3: 60 minutes

Episode 4: 78 minutes

Episode 5: 80 minutes

Episode 6: 80 minutes

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Today, Kalank movie stars Varun Dhawan, Alia Bhatt, Madhuri Dixit, Sonakshi Sinha and Aditya Roy Kapur came to Delhi to promote their movie. The press conference was held at The Imperial Hotel, Delhi. The film is directed by Abhishek Varman and produced under the banner of Fox Star Studios and Dharma Productions. The movie will be released on 17 April 2019.
Kalank is an upcoming Indian Hindi-language period drama film set in 1945 in the pre-independence British era. It stars Varun Dhawan, Alia Bhatt, Madhuri Dixit, Sanjay Dutt, Aditya Roy Kapur and Sonakshi Sinha in lead roles.

Present at the event, Madhuri Dixit spoke about her character Bahar begum in the film, “This character is very different from characters I have portrayed in the past. Bahar Begum in kind of closed and introvert character while in Dedh Ishiqiya and other movies I was more out there.”
Alia told about her role as Roop in the movie, “My journey has many ups and downs in the movie.” She also talked about Madhuri Dixit being supportive to her while shooting song Ghar More Pardesiya, She said “Madhuri Ma’am told me that next time when you shoot a song like this, just come to me three days before, I will give you the tricks and train you personally,”
Varun spoke about the title of the movie, he said “The title is purely fictitious, it does not describe love. We are here to entertain you. Don’t mix movies with reality. It can be a question or have a question mark in the end.”
Aditya spoke about his career options, he said, “I will soon be seen in more films now. I am recently shooting for a film now.” He also spoke about preparations he did for Kalank, “I read books from the era of the 40s and did my research to get close to my character“.

Sonakshi spoke about women portrayal in the movie, “I am playing the role of Satya in the movie. And all the three women seen in the movie are portrayed as strong women. They have their own journeys and as the story will unfold you will definitely enjoy their journeys.”
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Released Today, Blackboard Vs Whiteboard is a movie that shows now education is considered as a source of business. Not only the cities but even small towns and villages are indulged in the evil malpractices.

There are a few idealistic teachers who are trying to put irreverent work of education even in the face of criticism. However, while the film aims to shed light on how commercialization is crippling the education system, there are educators who are still striving to ensure every child gets the education they deserve.

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By Murtaza Ali Khan

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Soumitra Ranade's Albert Pinto Ko Gussa Kyun Aata Hai? is a conceptual remake of the 1980 film directed by Saeed Mirza starring Naseeruddin Shah in the leading role. In other words, the only similarities between the two movies is the title and the fact that the central characters in both these fingers have the tendency to get angry. In Ranade's rendition we have Manav Kaul playing the lead character of Albert. The film also stars Nandita Das, Saurabh Shukla, and Omkar Das Manikpuri in important roles. 

Story:

Albert leaves his house one morning without telling anyone where he is going. His girlfriend Stella files a complaint with the police and when he doesn't return after days, she begins to fear. What she doesn't know is that Albert is traversing a road journey from Mumbai to Goa. Nayar who drives the vehicle accompanies him on his mission. Punctuating their cynical, witty and devastating conversations, we see Albert's flashbacks of a world where he and Stella try and weave a life together. Albert's anger stems from experiences that life has presented to him. It is this anger that is taking him on a journey to settle a score and enable him to lead a life of dignity and hope.

Verdict:


Manav Kaul nails it while playing the enigmatic eponymous character in the highly atmospheric Albert Pinto Ko Gussa Kyun Aata Hai? The first half of the movie overshadows the second half. Also, the climax leaves us at a place where we feel a bit underwhelmed. Writer-Director Ranade dares to ask difficult questions that our society generally refuses to address. At a time when Hollywood is unable to think beyond superhero films I am really happy to see such films getting made in India. The scenes that Kaul shares with Saurabh Shukla are pure gold. Another high point of the film is the unique chemistry that Kaul shares with Nandita Das. 


Ratings: 7/10

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Featuring several intersecting stories, The Last Summer follows a group of recent high school graduates as they navigate their way through their final summer before taking off for college. As the youths wrestle with love lost and found, form friendships in unexpected circumstances, and take greater control in their relationships with parents, they ultimately decide who they will be and what they will do as they stand on the precipice of adulthood.  K.J. Apa, who also plays Archie Andrews in Riverdale, leads the star cast along with Maia Mitchell, Jacob Latimore, Halston Sage, Sosie Bacon, Wolfgang Novogratz, Gabrielle Anwar, Ed Quinn, Jacob McCarthy, Mario Revolori, Gage Golightly, Norman Johnson, Jr. and Tyler Posey.


The Last Summer is directed by William Bindley, who also co-wrote the film with Scott Bindley.  The film is produced by Mike Karz,  William Bindley and Wayne Rice.

The Last Summer | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix - YouTube


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Learning how it all started and how technology has affected the development of slot machines is something that all fans should know in order to understand the inherent value of the current slot games. Gaming on the internet has evolved rapidly, learn more about it as we take a journey through time in this article.

Invention
In the end of the 19th century in the US two men in Brooklyn established the first slot machine, which included 50 card faces withheld by five drums. Charles Fey, an engineer living in San Francisco took this machine on a different level, by adding the reels that are still apparent in today’s slots.
The idea of Fey was maintained throughout the first half of the 20th century, with a few variations taking place, until the first electromechanical slot machine got devised in 1963.
The Fruit Machine
It wasn’t surprising that slot machines were employed in bars, pubs and cigar places across the whole world; in the UK the symbols included a variety of fruits, like watermelon, cherries, bananas etc.
This was the reason that the name ‘fruit machine’ was devised to describe this particular slot machine type, which is used till this day. Their popularity never actually decreased, retaining their loyal fans who still play them fanatically both online and offline.
Las Vegas
In the US gambling was and still is illegal in many cities and states, thus, Las Vegas was devised as the home of casinos – drawing millions of fans from across the world till this day.
Despite the casinos, this city is full of clubs, bars, fancy hotels and restaurants – which are all featured in some of the best movies as well.
Slot machines were and still are the biggest part of the casinos there, which offer players huge jackpots that draw more and more visitors every year.
Video online Slots
As it is expected technology affected slot machines greatly; 60s and 70s saw slot machines turning electric before the 80s, while the first video slot machine was developed in Las Vegas the following decade.
Video slots allowed for much more possibilities, which eventually led us to where we are today. Fruit machines are just a small part of the spectrum of the various slot machines available for players.
As the Internet became popular, software was developed to protect from scammers and the digital world opened a new avenue for slots.
Mobile Slots
As tablets and smartphones became popular and widely used by many people, slot games were modified to cater for each customer’s needs. Today, players are able to experience their favourite slot game in any device from any place they want.

As you must have noticed if you have read so far, slot machines have come a long way. Players must remember though that indifferently of the gameplay or the format that they prefer to play a slot game the features that were apparent in the initial models, such as reels, payouts and luck are still there in the most recent versions.
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Who doesn't like an evening of movie screening? To give people a chance to enjoy such moments, Italian Embassy Cultural Centre in collaboration with India Habitat Centre is going to give such immersive experience. Enjoy 1st and 2nd week of April 2019 with Italian Movie screenings at India Habitat Centre.
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Schedule:

*5th April - 2017/ 79 mins - Per un figlio by Gina film and directed by Suranga Deshapriya Katugampala. The movie shall be screened in the presence of Director of movie.

7th April - 2017/ 86 mins - Lorello e Brunello by Vivo Film and directed by Jacopo Quadri.

*8th April - 2014/ 98 mins - Piu' Buio di mezzanotte by RAI Cinema and directed by Sebastiano Riso.

9th April -2018/ 120mins - Gli ultimi butteri by Antonio La Forgia and directed by Walter Bencini

10th April - 2018/ 84 mins - Iuventa, directed by Michele Cinque. The movie shall be screened in the presence of Director of movie.

*11th April - 2018/ 97 mins - Figlia Mia by My Factory and directed by Laura Bispuri.

12th April - 6 short movies
1) La gita by Zen Movie and directed by Salvatore Allocca. 
2) Stai sereno by Zen Movie and directed by Daniele Stocchi.
3) Alla luce del sole by Zen Movie and directed by Francesco Pascucci.
4) Milady by Zen Movie and directed by Giulia Tivelli & Flavia Scardini.
5) Mercurio by Zen Movie and directed by Michele Bernardi.
6) Il nostro limite by Zen movie and directed by Adriano Morelli.

All movies will be screened from 7pm onwards.
Movies with asterisk mark (* ) shall be screened at The Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre. Rest movies at Gulmohar Auditorium, India Habitat Centre.

Free Entry.


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National Geographic’s Oscar-winning documentary is set for a theatrical release on April 12, 2019 in India, as announced by the brand today. Indian audiences have been eagerly awaiting the documentary after it was praised by most major international movie critics, like The New York Times which acclaimed the film as “an extraordinary gift to everyone who believes that the limit of human achievement is far from being reached”. FREE SOLO, which won the Best Documentary at both the Oscars & the BAFTAs, will release across theatres on Friday across key metros such as New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Ahmedabad and cities like Chandigarh.


From award-winning filmmaker Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi and world-renowned photographer and mountaineer Jimmy Chin, the directors of the Oscar-shortlisted film “Meru,” FREE SOLO, a stunning, intimate and unflinching portrait of the free soloist climber Alex Honnold, as he prepares to achieve his lifelong dream: climbing the face of the world’s most famous rock – the 3,200-foot El Capitan in Yosemite National Park without a rope.

The film is an edge-of-your-seat thriller and an inspiring story of an athlete who challenges both his body and his beliefs on a quest to triumph over the impossible, revealing the personal toll of excellence. As the climber begins his training, the armour of invincibility he has built up over decades unexpectedly breaks apart when Honnold begins to fall in love, threatening his focus and giving way to injury and setbacks. Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi and JimmyChin have beautifully captured deeply human moments with Honnold as well as the death-defying climb with exquisite artistry and masterful, vertigo-inducing camerawork. The result is a triumph of the human spirit.

Commenting on FREE SOLO being watched by Indian audiences, Alex Honnold, says “When I know what I'm doing and I'm climbing well, then it feels meditative, kind of relaxing and beautiful. Jimmy and his crew did a really nice job setting up remote cameras and I was stoked that it’s going to result in some of the most remarkable footage. It’s amazing the way audiences have connected with the film and I feel extremely excited for the theatrical premiere of Free Solo in India by National Geographic. I really hope Indian audiences like it as much as the rest of the world.”

Commenting on the planned theatrical release,Gayatri Yadav, President & Head-Consumer Strategy and Innovation, Star India said, “For 131 years, National Geographic has been using the power of storytelling to inspire the explorer in all of us.  With jaw dropping cinematography led by award winning directors, Jimmy Chin and Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi, Free Solo is another endeavour that represents the very best of National Geographic.The film is a deep and highly personal exploration of passion, drive, determination, unimaginable risk, love, andhair-raising adventure.Free Solo’s momentous global release has not only captured audience’s attention but has also set several box-office records in the US. We are excited with the launch of this Oscar winning film in India. With National Geographic led outstanding cinematography,we are hopeful that it would be able to capture Indian audience’s attention and continue to break records.”

FREE SOLO will release in select theatres across India on 12thApril.

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The three siblings Chandan (essayed by Sumeet Vyas), Chanchal (played by Maanvi Gagroo, and Chitvan (essayed by Amol Parashar) are back with yet another adventure in the much-awaited second season of TVF Tripling, created by Samir Saxena. This time around Delhi, Jaipur, Lucknow, Kolkata, and Gangtok are on the itinerary. One of major high points of the second season is a character called Prince Alexander, brilliantly played by Gajraj Rao. He is essentially a Nawab whom time seems to have forgotten. A place called Khurshid Manzil in Lucknow is his abode where his lives with his young wife (portrayed by Shweta Tripathi). It’s a ruinous palace that serves as a reminder of the times gone by. Despite his misfortunes he refuses to sell his artifacts which can bring some much wanted money.  But who can blame him; for him these heirlooms represent what’s left of his family’s legacy. Parting with them is akin to death for him.

Often in a web series the entry of a new character is essential to the progression of the story. In the second season of TVF Tripling the aforementioned character of the Nawab is introduced at just the right time and it serves this purpose brilliantly. The story’s trigger point is a bestselling book written by Chandan in which he innocuously makes a rather oblique remark about his brother-in-law’s weak libido but unfortunately it ends up bringing infamy to the brother-in-law as well as his royal family. Perturbed by the chaos created by the same, the brother-in-law disappears making his wife and Chandan’s sister Chanchal the primary suspect in the matter. If that’s not enough, the film adaptation of the book is already underway. An inconsolable Chanchal forces his brothers to join her in solving the mystery and help retrieve her husband. What ensues is an adventurous road trip from Jaipur to Lucknow to Kolkata to Gangtok. The journey as expected is punctuated by several memorable moments and encounters with colorful characters.

TVF has been a pioneer as far as the web is concerned. It’s noted for its youth centric content and the first season of Tripling was no different. The second season too has all the trademark qualities that have become associated with TVF. The writing is quirky, unconventional and honest. From parodying daily soaps to evoking Lucknow’s rich cultural tradition to questioning the existing norms, TVF Tripling Season 2 succeeds in presenting content that’s both edgy and relevant. If anything, the editing could have been tighter at some places. Also, some of the scenarios are a bit ludicrous to believe. But some solid acting, beautiful vistas, and cleverly written dialogues quickly force us to suspend our disbelief.
Rating: 6/10
A version of this review was first published in The Sunday Guardian.
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