One can find love in the most unexpected places and situations.
That’s what happens to Kabir when he takes up the job to teach at a remote house-boat school in Kashmir. He discovers a notebook that the previous teacher, Firdous used as her diary and he falls in love with her emotions and passions. Featuring a truly innovative concept, Notebook is a film for die-hard romantics. But even devout fans of the genre will agree that the film doesn’t really do enough with its basic premise. The one-line narrative is interesting, but the screenplay fails to do anything more. (Source TOI)
Directed by Nitin Kakkar, Produced By Salman Khan the film tells a story Kabir (Zaheer Iqbal) stumbles upon the notebook where Firdous (Pranutan Bahl) has penned her most intimate thoughts. He falls in love without ever having known or met her.
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So when is the last time you had some food and remembered your loved ones?
We are sure that often happens. Indians often relate their memories with food. And that’s what author turned director Ram Kamal Mukherjee does in his debut recipe Cakewalk. A film that enters through your taste buds and leaves a sweet note even after the film gets over.
Set in the city of joy Kolkata, the film opens with Shilpa Sen (Esha Deol Takhtani) trying to reach office on time. What seems like a simple day for Shilpa turns out to be one of the toughest days, after her boss (Siddhartha Chatterjee) asks her to bake a cake “Alaska” for a special client (Tarun Malhotral) who visits the five star hotel with his sultry trophy wife (Anindita Bose) to celebrate his marriage anniversary. What seems easy for masterchef runners up, happens to be anything but a cakewalk!
The film is directed by Ram Mukherjee, an author & journalist.