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Avengers - Infinity war movie review
Avengers - Infinity war - the much awaited Avengers movie for which Marvel had created such hype is finally here. Review by PAW GUPTA   One of the most expensive Avenger movie, Infinity war can draw parallels with the last X-Men movie Apoclypse which had the similar theme of one man out to rule the universe and our super-heroes forming a formidable resistance to the same. Here the super-villain 'Thanos' is out in search of the 6 Infinity stones which were created when the Universe was created at the time of big bang. He has a simple philosophy 'annihilate 50% of all civilizations in the universe to create a balance so that the other 50% can live on the given resources'. Though some may feel it is a noble cause, and his character is shown to have some emotions unlike usually assumed as an out-and-out brute in Infinity war. Looks like a distant human ....
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Agneepath - movie review
Agneepath is a remake in its true sense. Much awaited and talked about endeavor of The Dharma Productions. Agneepath being of the action genre and full of violence is a very unlikely Dharma movie at the same time the screenplay, cinematography and other technicalities are very much its style. The story begins in a Maharashtrian village - Mandwaa with the school teacher (master Dinanath Chauhan ) whose growing popularity becomes a matter of concern for the village head. He plans on calling his son Kancha (Sanjay Dutt) to take care of this.Kancha tries to talk the villagers into leasing their properties to him so that he can set up a salt factory but his actual intension is revealed of trying to set up a drug mafia there. Masterji tries to stop the injustice he foresees if the villagers give into Kancha’s scheme. Then Kancha stages a miss happening and it seems like that the mas ....
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Azaan - movie review
The exotic locales of South Africa, Thailand, Germany, Morocco, France, India, Poland and China are beautifully showcased in Azaan, which is an action thriller dealing with global threats of terrorism stemming from cross religious misconceptions engulfing the world at a fast pace today. Azaan movie review... India is a country with a tenuous hold over its people, power and future; and also one of the top 5 economies of the world. A nuclear power with staggering levels of poverty. It has a population of 1.2 billion; while some think this is its biggest curse, others believe it to be its possible strength. What if this very population was used as a weapon against India itself? As science and technology breaks new grounds, the face of global terrorism gets ugly. One person who personifies this in his ambitions, intelligence and absolute amorality is Doctor (Sajid Hassan), an ex-CIA ....
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Aarakshan - movie review
Here is a high voltage drama based on one of the most controversial policies of caste based reservations in government jobs and educational institutions. Aarakshan movie review... Aarakshan is the hindi word for ‘Reservation’. In India there is a caste based reservation of jobs in government and educational institutions. Prakash Jha, the director has presented complex social and economic issues in a very simple format. It is the story of Prabhakar Anand (Amitabh Bachchan), the legendary idealistic principal of a college that he has single-handedly turned into the state’s best. His loyal disciple, Deepak Kumar (Saif Ali Khan) who will do anything for his Sir. Of Deepak’s love for Prabhakar’s daughter, Poorbi (Deepika Padukone), of his friendship with Sushant (Prateik). It is the story of... their love, their lively friendship, their zest for life, and of their dreams fo ....
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Always Kabhi Kabhi - movie review
Always Kabhi Kabhi is a teen film, from Shahrukh Khan’s banner which had a huge potential to be exciting and entertaining high school rom-com, but doesn't live up to expectations. The story of Always Kabhi Kabhi is about a gang of four teen aged friends during the last year of their school life. It is about parental pressure, the neglected kids, the misunderstandings, school bunking and extra curricular activities and the first stirrings of love and heartbreak. This particular school allows its girls students to wear teeny-weeny skirts and those dresses which usually aren’t allowed or even seen in top grade Mumbai schools or even colleges. It is St. Marks School in Delhi, and being the last year in school, it's a time for a group of friends to grow up, move on, and experience first love. The school’s bad girl is Nandini (Zoa Morani) who feels left out by her working parent ....
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Aashiqui.in, movie review
Aashiqui.in is a romantic comedy set against the backdrop of a beach town in India. It is a modern day story revolving around relations on the internet. Director Shakadeep has chosen a trendy topic and it could have been a super film otherwise. It has a bit of comedy along with romance in the movie and could appeal to audience in metros. Aashiqui.in movie review... Ishaan as Cyrus is the college swimming champ. He often gets confused when it comes to making decisions in his life. He wants to be a writer but his dad wants him to be a national level swimmer. Cyrus and April meet randomly online and they start getting close but they never reveal their true identities. Cyrus hides his dream from his dad because all he has in his family is his dad and he does not want to disappoint or hurt him. He and his group of friends are quite popular in college but he feels out of place when with ....
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Angel, movie review
Ganesh Acharya who has choreographed the title tracks of Dabangg and Golmaal 3 and the Zor ka jhatka number in Action Replayy and directed films like Swami and Money Hai to Honey Hai has come up with this third bollywood movie Angel. Angel has two debutant actors - Nilesh Sahay (Sanjay Dutt's nephew). Nilesh is the son of yesteryear's actress Zaheeda who was seen in the song Choodi Nahi Ye Mera Dil haai with Dev Anand. The other debutant is Maddalsa sharma (Television actress Sheela Sharma's daughter). Angel movie review... Nilesh and Maddalsa are in lead roles. The story is about two people, a girl Sonal who cannot speak and a boy Abhay who speaks a lot. Its about how Abhay meets Sonal who he fondly calls 'Angel' and becomes her friend helping her overcome her disability. Angel begins with a Abhay (Nilesh Sahay) being beaten by the police and who has just served a two year jail ....
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Aashayein, movie review
Aashayein is a story of a compulsive gambler who discovers new meanings of fortune and life through a dramatic turn of events. It is a tale of Rahul's journey from darkness to light. A journey about love, hate, life, death and above all hope. Aashayein movie review... Rahul Sharma (John Abraham) is an angry, confused, compulsive gambler. Wishes to live the life he has been dreaming of. Rahul proposes to his girlfriend Nafisa (Sonal Sehgal) who is a doting, loving and a loyal friend. She wishes that love always wins. She agrees and incidentally the next moment Rahul just collapses on the floor. It is diagnosed that Rahul has lung cancer and only a few months to live. That night without informing his girlfriend Nafisa, he leaves for a rehabilitation centre for persons with such incurable diseases. At this sick home, he meets a number of people, who, like him have a sliding health, ....
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And Once Again, movie review
And Once Again is a Bollywood film with its dialogues in Hindi and English. We see the beautiful locales of Sikkim, experience the divinity of the Rotating prayer bells, the fluttering holy flags encircling the majestic monasteries, the overwhelming peace filled in the valleys, the rhythmic chanting piercing the silence of the snow peaks. And Once Again movie review... All was being devoured by Manuvela (Rituparna Sengupta) and Rishi (Rajat Kapoor) during their stay in Sikkim, India. Manuvela is an architect who is on her official visit. On her insistence, her husband, Rishikesh Nag who is an IFS officer joins her. The serenity of the gorgeous hills keeps both of them oblivious to the events dictated by their future! Rishi is trying to cope with the reality since he had lost his wife and son in a violent attack when he was posted in Yugoslavia. While he was undergoing therapy ....
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Aisha, movie review
Aisha is set in the upper class society of Delhi and it is a modern day adaption of the British novel, Emma by Jane Austen. The central character - Aisha is a girl with a simple diktat - everyone's business is her business. Arju is a boy with even a simpler set of beliefs - Aisha should mind her own business. Caught in the Delhi upper class world with its own set of social rules, Aisha navigates her world with a great sense of style and even greater optimism. Welcome to Aisha's fabulous world where playig cupid is as easy as 123... if only that Arjun would stay out of her way! Aisha’s sister Aalia is married to Karan Burman. Karan has a young brother Arjun. So apna Arjun Burman (Abhay Deol) is Aalia's brother-in-law. He is intelligent, articulate, mature and in essence, the perfect Jane Austen hero with no faults, but the desire to achieve perfection in all aspects of his life ....
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