The crew of Vodka Diaries completed the shoot with its entire cast recently in January at Manali. It was the final schedule of the film. Temperature was almost -10 degrees. Manali was covered with snow. Kaushal-Moses have choreographed the action sequences in the jungles of Manali.
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Here is a story that started in Kanpur & made its way all the way to Mumbai. There are more than one reasons why Kushal Srivastava‘s story is an inspirational one that features in the #StayInspired section of this blogzine. When I was talking to him, I realized that his journey can be a guiding light for anyone who wishes to make it big in the world of Indian cinema.
Filmmaking in the short format has withheld its vibrancy despite the explosion of digital content — at a time when sprawling web-series and hour-long comedy specials hold sway over streaming platforms, short films continue to excite with their leanness of approach and economy of thought..
In Siddharth Sinha’s The Job, a French expat who cannot differentiate reality from imagination tries hard to remain employed.
A young woman (Kalki Koechlin) is visibly nervous as she sits at her desk in a typically colourless and drab corporate office. Reeling under pressing deadlines, a swelling credit card bill and traumatic memories of a road accident, she struggles to cope with her anxieties by conjuring up sounds and images, till her mind is unable to untangle real occurrences from imagined horrors.
The first poster of the Kalki Koechlin-
Some of the untold aspects of the India-Pakistan air battles will soon become part of celluloid history. Mumbai-based film-maker Kushal Srivastava has announced a movie on the Golden Arrows – the 17th Squadron of the Indian Air Force.
The Golden Arrows, raised in 1952, has a long history with the crowning glory being the Kargil conflict in May-July 1999.