Heath Bhatt

Screenwriter, Director, Filmmaker, Storyteller;

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  • Wonder Woman 1984

    Wonder Woman 1984


    Equal parts of heart mixed with equal parts of plot that says a lot about today’s times. About the desires and greed of people around the world getting larger than the finite amount of resources says a lot where we are heading. We’re bunch of Max Lords, never quenching the thirst of desire that keeps on growing until it implodes everything around us. It’s not the Beautiful lies simmering within all of us, but the Beautiful truths that lies within…

  • AK vs AK

    AK vs AK


    JHAKKASS! I had to say this word in honor of this meta masterpiece. Vikram Motwane taking the concept of Mocumentary to the next level where the lines between reality and fiction are blurred and so minute that you do not know which is which. Anil Kapoor proves yet again how magnificent he is as an actor, so much so that Bollywood hasn’t written that many good parts for him, I mean it. That moment where he is beaten, exhausted and…

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  • Taish



    There is something about Bejoy Nambiar’s films that is visceral in its nature, which lingers around like a feeling that isn’t confined into words. Even if something seems superficial at first but if you dig down and deep enough there is a heart in it. That is what Taish is which is a drama about circumstances plays in the lives of three protagonists that changes their lives and perspective completely. It even changes the perspective of the characters we have…

  • The Villainess

    The Villainess


    Did you ever felt while watching those hardcore action flicks that they are certainly at an excellence level but there is a lack of a plot and drive of emotions in it. But this one changes all your perception of action films. The characters’ emotions are the front and center in telling the story and the action follows as means from which character goes to achieve their intention. The complex storyline and the foibles of human nature depicted in the…