Tag: Radhika Apte

Padman [2018]: An Honourable Film Justifying the Praiseworthy Efforts of a Common man

It doesn’t matter whether you live in the city or in the village, whether you’re literate or illiterate. India is the country where still periods are considered as a subject of taboo. The intention of “Padman” was never to tell the story about making cheap sanitary pads. Its main focus was to enlighten the subject of women periods and to vanish the shamefulness remaining behind pathetic beliefs about it. Akshay Kumar, Radhika Apte and Sonam Kapoor starrer this film is clean, natural and a great message provider. Even after watching the film one might admire to watch this kind of films at least once in a year.

Phobia Review: Fear of the future (and the past)

Pavan Kirpalani’s Phobia is the kind of movie, by the end of which you just stare at the screen for a while, then if you are a generally exuberant person when it comes to showing your emotional side, you start to clap at what you have just witnessed; or if you are a guy like me who prefers to keep things inside, you start having an imaginary conversation with yourself about the intelligence of the director and the brilliance of the movie.