Articles tagged under: Urban Gujarati Films
February 24, 2018
Gujjubhai Most Wanted
Gujjubhai, Metacin Wanted
‘Gujjubhai’. Mere the name is sufficient to bring a broad smile on your face. Over the years, ace actor SiddharthRanderia has successfully established himself as a synonym of laugh out loud comedy. His play series ‘Gujjubhai’ has its own fan following. About three years ago, SiddharthRanderia and his son Ishaan brought their first movie in the franchise ‘GujjubhaiThe Great.’ It was a laugh riot and ...Read More
December 27, 2017
Ahmedabad: After giving a super hit Gujarati film 'Gujjubhai the Great', Mumbai based Ishaan Randeria, son of very popular Gujarati play artist Siddharth Randeria has announced his upcoming Gujarati film 'Gujjubhai Most Wanted', trailer of which was released here on Tuesday, December 26. Speaking to media persons, Siddharth Randeria who has played role in this film along with Jimit Trivedi and others said the film shoot for 'Gujjubhai Most Wanted' continued for 55-60 days. Randeria said, whi...Read More
January 15, 2017
By Jayesh Adhyaru
Big fat noisy glittery Indian weddings are the perfect occasion for a family movie. From Yash Raj Films to Suraj Barjatya have generously milked the idea of movies made around marriages. I don’t know why but our so-called urban Gujarati films hadn’t touched this idea so far. Amit Barot’s refreshing ‘SubhAarambh’ breaks this Gujju NRI wedding drought. How is the marriage, let’s find out.
Chat Mangani, Pat Shaadi
Anupam (Harsh Ch...Read More
August 17, 2016
Ahmedabad: Cineman Productions Ltd - the makers of Bey Yaar & Kevi Rite Jaish are coming up with their third Gujarati feature film 'Wrong Side Raju' a drama thriller, the trailer of which was launched today at Cinepolis, Ahmedabad.
Trailer indicates the film is about an accident case followed by police and court drama. During the press conference it was indicated that the film shows other side of newsy hit and run cases in which luxurious car driver is believed as accused while th...Read More
June 04, 2016
Movie Review by Jayesh Adhyaru
In spite of honest performances and the heart in its place, this movie is tiring watch mainly because of its wafer thin and unconvincing plot.
The issue raised in the movie ‘Thai Jashe!’ is very genuine and relatable. Almost everyone would agree with the fact that it has become Herculean task to buy one’s own home in the city like Ahmedabad, especially in last decade. So, the director Nirav Barot must be congratulated for rai...Read More
February 02, 2016
Gujarat government today announced a new policy to give incentives to Gujarati film industry. As per the new policy announced by state government spokesperson and minister Shri Nitin Patel, films will be divided into A,B,C and D four categories and incentives will be given as per the category of film. 81-100 points will secure 'A' category, 61-80 will secure 'B' grade, 51-60 'C', 41-50 'D' while films that are given below 41 points will not find place in any category.
January 11, 2016
By Japan K Pathak, Ahmedabad
One of the most interesting sessions during the Gujarati Literature Festival(GLF) held at Kanoria Art Centre during last week-end contained a discussion on recent upwardy moving trend of urban Gujarati films. Distributor of Rupam cinema, maker of Avtar Dhari Ne Aavu Chhu Shri Jackybhai, maker of film Chhello Divas Shri Vaishal Shah, maker of Gujjubhai the Great Shri Ishan Randeria and maker of Kevi Rite Jaish and Bey Yaar Shri Abhishek Jain were on the stage alo...Read More
January 09, 2016
Two more 'urban' Gujarati films are going to release in upcoming February. Both are to be released around Valentine day. The films are 'Fillam' and 'Polampol'.
Trailer of V3 Production's movie 'Fillam' has been released on 6 January on Youtube which is embedded above. The film has actors like Asrani and Shakti Kapoor. The film is going to release around Valentine Day which is February 14.
Lemon Grass Production's Polampol is yet to release its trailer. Release date is 12...Read More
January 01, 2016
By Jayesh Adhyaru
A crash course on commodity market!
Despite all the clichés and over simplicity, this movie is a welcome change in urban Gujarati films
Sensex is the seventh sense of Gujaratis. But we haven’t had a Gujarati film dedicated to our love for the stock market so far. This new urban Gujarati film ‘Hu TuTuTu – Aavi Ramat Ni Rutu’ is perhaps the first film on the backdrop of the commodity market. It breaks monotony of mindless, double meaning comedies and presents comp...Read More
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