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Bird Idol, movie review
It is nice to see Bollywood maturing with innovative concepts, exploring into new techniques of animation films. A new animated hindi film - Bird Idol is the story of a group of birds in Mumbai. Bird Idol movie review... The movie is targeted towards the kids and even the youth. Produced by Jyotin Goel and Dev Goel and directed by Jyotin Goel who creates a fantasy world where the birds of Mumbai are as human as the Mumbaikars themselves. BIRD IDOL is a stylish film that it talks about the current times of cell phones and where reality shows are the way of life. It’s not just the human beings who are crazy about these things, but also the birds. The film is principally, aimed at the kids, but this story featuring birds, is very Bollywoodish. It has all the ingredients of a masala hindi flick - lovers eloping, parents seeing their kids winning a music-based show, a male’s love ....
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Bhavnao Ko Samjho, movie review
This out and out comic film is directed by the winner of ‘The Great Indian Laughter Challenge’, Sunil Pal who has also scripted and produced the film that brings in 51 stand up comedians in one film. Bhavnao Ko Samjho movie review... The movie Bhavnao Ko Samjho begins with a multi-millionaire, Himmatlal (Dinesh Hingoo), who loses his elder son and daughter-in-law in an accident. Himmatlal is now survived by his younger son Sunderlal and grand daughter Suman (the elder son’s daughter). Suman is a sweet young girl and the grandpas pet, while his younger son Sunder is spoilt character and a good for nothing Drunkard. After Himmatlal’s death, according to his will, the whole property gets transferred to the grand daughter, Suman who is studying abroad while Sunderlal is left wanting. So this spoilt Sunderlal starts making every possible effort to get the property on his name ....
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Bolo Raam, movie review
The film Bolo Raam is a remake of Tamil film 'Ram' which has an interesting plot with an engaging screenplay. Actors of high calibre like Naseruddin Shah, Om Puri and Padmini Kolhapure come together unfortunately for this lack luster thriller at the end of the year. A suspense tale, the film Bolo Raam begins with Raam (Rishi Bhutani) who is locked up in jail on charges of killing his own mother Archana (Padmini Kolhapure). Raam falls into a state of shock and is unable to come out of it. He has this brief psychotic disorder, after his mother's death and becomes silent, refusing to talk or react in any manner. The investigating officer, Indrajeet Singh Rathi (Om Puri) is puzzled and despite several attempts, he is unable to make Raam speak. So he consults a psychiatrist, Dr. Negi (Naseeruddin Shah), to determine the cause of Raam's state of mind and the reason for his silence. Th ....
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Bal Ganesh 2, movie review
Bal Ganesh 2 is a 3-D animation film. The elephant God loved, adored and worshipped by millions of people worldwide, who is considered as the God of Gods was once a cute little child. Intelligent, smart and a whole lot of fun. Bal Ganesh 2 movie review He is Bal Ganesh. And now he is back in this top of the line 3D animated film 'Bal Ganesh2' with twice the fun and entertainment. This second part of Bal Ganesh explores new adventures of Lord Ganesha as a child. Bal Ganesh 2 is educative with some foot tapping music and great humor. It is a visual treat for the entire family. Bal Ganesh 2 is an interesting and an enlightening film which is a step ahead of its first part, in terms of content and animation. It starts with updates what we witnessed in its first part: The birth of Lord Ganesha and the confrontation with Lord Shiva; Lord Kubera's invitation to Lord Shiva, Goddes ....
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Blue, movie review
Blue is Bollywood’s first action thriller shot underwater and it’s a Rupees 100 Crores film as claimed by the producers. The deep blue Pacific Ocean lures everyone with promises of a large treasure. And like all treasures, it is not easy to reach. Guarded by sharks and the wild waters it is still waiting to be discovered. Blue movie review... A treasure lays buried deep at the bottom of an ocean. A British ship by the name ‘Lady in Blue’ full of treasure, sank while on its way to India. There are many people who want to get there by risking life, be it theirs or someone else’s. Blue starts off quite well with a brilliantly shot sequence where Akshay Kumar and Sanjay Dutt drive out a Shark from their underwater net. There are some breathtaking underwater shots, well conceived superb action scenes in this film which lacks a storyline. Sagar (Sanjay Dutt), Aarav (Aksha ....
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Barah Aana, movie review
Barah Aana, is a comedy of real life, revolves around a driver Shukla (Naseeruddin Shah), Yadav (Vijay Raaz), who is a watchman and the waiter Aman (Arjun Mathur) who accidentally stumble into a crime and then realize it’s not a bad business. The story in debutant director Raja Menon’s film Barah Aana is set in today’s Mumbai, where the three unlikely friends: a driver, a watchman and a waiter share a room in one of Mumbai slums. They are simple, honest people struggling to eke out an existence in the city. The driver is an older man, stoic but dependable. The watchman, in his 30s, is a pushover at work but otherwise mischievous. The waiter is a young, swaggering chap, brimming with ambition. Living together, their different attitudes spark playful banter. But life isn't so forgiving - Shukla is constantly ridiculed and ill-treated by his mistress, Yadav is being made to d ....
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Billu, movie review
The film is a story of a simple ordinary man who led an extra ordinary life. Billu (Irfan Khan) is a meager barber - Bilas Rao Pardesi who lives in his Budbuda village with his wife Bindiya (Lara Dutta) and two great kids Gunja (Mitali Mayakar) and Ronak (Pratik Dalvi). Life was bitter sweet... we can say more sweet than bitter. Nothing is going right for him. From getting rejected for loan applications to even losing his children’s schooling as he can’t even afford to play the fees. His shop is a mess and not many people come to visit it either. He spends idle time with his close friends, Budbudiya (Rajpal Yadav)and Naubat Chacha (Asrani). Though struggling, Billu lives an uneventful life until Bollywood superstar Sahir Khan (Shahrukh Khan) comes to his village for a film shoot and everything changes in Billu’s life. Billu had once talked to his wife about how he knows ....
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Bad luck Govind, movie review
Bad Luck Govind is the story of an obsessive, compulsive, down on his luck, young man Govind (VJ Gaurav Kapur), who has somewhat of a mind-blowing disconnect with the higher powers of the universe. His bad luck is so strong that it immediately passes on to those around him. Badluck Govind movie review... Like, even cows stop producing milk when he walks by a 'tabela'. Even fresh milk instantly curdles when poured into a cup of tea, people fall of their bicycles, and such funny bad luck moments. Working in Delhi in a TV Channel as a production assistant, he gets fed up of his forever running bad luck and now heads to Mumbai to change his luck for the better. A hilarious natural incident with news anchor Mamta (special appearance Archana Puran Singh) lands Govind in Mumbai from his native Delhi, where the stage is now set for Bad Luck Govind, when six madcap underworld 'bhai' b ....
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Bachna ae Haseeno, movie review
Why do girls always fall for the wrong guy? Their mothers warn them about him. Their friends shake their heads disapprovingly. Their minds tell them to escape while the going is good. But no! oh no! Their hearts are another story. You see, they are sending all the wrong signals. His name alone is enough to scramble their brains and set their hearts racing. Bachna ae Haseeno movie review... Meet Raj. He is the stuff of dreams, with the looks of a 'butter wouldn't melt in my mouth' good boy. Who can blame him for falling in love as many times as love is fortunate enough to find him. It's not his fault that he's a heartbreaker, it's in his DNA. Come discover his three love stories; Raj and Mahi, Raj and Radhika, Raj and Gayatri. Different ladyloves at different times in his life. And each of them, teach him a little bit about love and a little bit about life, in their own sweet, se ....
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Bhoothnath, movie review
It is believed that children have the strongest connection to God. In Bhoothnath, it is shown that they have the ability to perceive goodness in everything and everyone. It is believed a mother's love is selfless. But a child's love can transform relationships; it comes with no expectations and no boundaries. Their love can make you believe in miracles. This is a story about a seven-year-old naughty yet innocent boy, who unknowingly turns a foe into a friend. The film is about Banku and his friend, Bhoothnath…about innocence, honesty and the pure love of a child. A story about a little innocence, a little playfulness, and a lot of emotions that will touch hearts. This is a story that will show adults to see the world through the eyes of a child… an angel, a creation of God. It's then that one will realize what a beautiful world they live in after all. Bhoothnath begins with ....
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