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Bhram, movie review
Bhram is the story of a business tycoon family of two brothers Shantanu (Dino Morea) and Devendra (Milind Soman) rolling in the goodies life has to offer. The younger brother Shantanu is loved by his elder brother and bhabhi (Simone Singh) who dote on him just as much as he does on them. Shantanu falls in love with Antara Tyagi (Sheetal Menon) the super model. The time comes when his sweetheart and his brother come face to face. Devendra reminds Antara of the man who had raped and murdered her sister. Accusations fly forth. The film now goes on to investigate whether Dev, a happily married, rich man, did actually commit the crime so many years ago. Everything changes post that. Antara's life had changed forever after an incident that took place in her childhood. Shantanu is on a mission to unearth and unmask this mysterious man from her past. The story of Bhram as a whole may ....
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Black & White, movie review
The master director Subhash Ghai is back not with a bang, but with a convincing restraint in his latest film Black and White. Pleasingly, even the leading actors, Anil Kapoor and newcomer Anurag Sinha have portrayed splendid restraint all thru Black and White, the film. The newcomer is given a few lines, while he emotes thru his facial expressions and dramatically intense eyes. Black and White read further... Anurag Sinha is a fidayeen suicide bomber sent from Afghanistan to India, whose motive is to make the Indian Independence Day celebrations more explosive. He lands up at Delhi's Chandni Chowk, where we have a broad communal-harmony. The story is based on a plot by terrorists to blow up the Red Fort in Delhi. The young Afghan bomber (Anurag Sinha) is assumes the identity of Numair Qazi who is now deceased young Muslim by that name, a young man who lost both parents during the G ....
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Bombay to Bangkok, movie review
Nagesh Kukunoor in his latest film Bombay to Bangkok portrays that love has no boundaries and even can surpass language barriers. It is a cute romantic story with its heart in the right place. It also has a subplot within the plot, which comes as a surprise towards the end. Flow and treatment in this film is same as Kukunoor's earlier films, eventhough the byline screams 'same-same, but different'! Bombay to Bangkok has simple narration is simple; and some moments between Shreyas Talpade and Lina Christianson are handled very romantically. It is typically Kukunoor's expert execution of the story makes a difference. Shankar (Shreyas Talpade), a petty thief, in desperate need of money, steals from the local don (Naseeruddin Shah) and escapes his way alongwith a team of doctors heading for relief work to Bangkok. Unfortunately, he loses the all-important money bag in the chaos.. In ....
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Bal Ganesh - movie review
A 3-D Toon Film on the adventures and deeds of Lord Ganesha's childhood. Read on Bal Ganesh review... Bal Ganesh, directed by Pankaj Sharma is a 3D animated film. The film begins with engrossing and fast-paced story of the child's transformation into Lord Ganesha. Brilliantly illustrated is the confrontation between the young Lord Ganesha and Lord Shiva, where, on his mother's (Goddess Parvati) orders, child Ganesha stands guard at the door as she goes for her bath. He lets no one in, not even his father Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva loses his temper, and even threatens him, but Ganesha doesn't budge. Lord Shiva unleashes Nandi and his other followers on Ganesha who single-handedly tackles them and even Lord Brahma. Lord Shiva then resorts to his dance of fury - Tandava. The beheading of Lord Ganesha was in presence of Lord Vishnu and Goddess Laxmi. Mother Parvati's upset, and then Lor ....
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Bhool Bhulaiya movie review
Bhool Bhulaiyaa is a hindi remake of a Malayalam super hit film - Manichitrathazhu, which has a better ending than the other Priyadarshan movies like Dhol, etc... Its a slapstick murder mystery which thankfully has buffoonery restricted only to the first half of the movie and that's tolerable. The second half really scares the audience, which apart from frightening, is also amusing and exciting. The movie begins with its usual slapstick comedy rendered by Paresh Rawal, Rajpal Yadav, Asrani and the gang - without Akshay Kumar. It is acceptable since the story moves on alongwith the regular giggling moments. Bhool Bhulaiya has songs, comedy, suspense and spirits, and some portions are not for the faint hearted. The hit songs are Hare Krishna Hare Rama - which could have been included somewhere around Akshay Kumar's entry which would be more excitable. The other number on Shiny Ahuja and ....
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Buddha Mar Gaya review
Buddha Mar Gaya is all about money and its side effects. Laxmikant Kabadiya (Anupam Kher) is a business tycoon, whose company is on the verge of offering an Initial Public Offering (IPO) of Rs 5000 crore. Post the IPO it would make LK’s company one of the largest business houses in the country. And ofcourse a lot of money within his family too. However, LK dies a night before the IPO opens in the market. This leads to series of erroneous events. A holy spiritual man, by Vidyuth Baba (Om Puri) advices LK’s family to hide the news of his death for the next two days, till the time the application money for the shares would be received. In the process of hiding LK’s death, the family undergoes a lot of dramatic, sudden and some funny events. A typical black comedy for the youth and the front benchers who would "die" laughing at some funny adult moments on adultery. The directo ....
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The Blue Umbrella movie review
There is an ideal scenic, lush-green small mountain village somewhere in Himachal Pradesh, where everyone knows everyone else. Having plenty of time around, Nandkishor (Pankaj Kapur), a shabby shopkeeper in this village - is lying on a charpoy, headphones plugged into his ears, listening to his fortune. (Blue Umbrella movie review). The mechanical voice assures him that one day he would be richer than the richest man on earth. He enjoys it... Biniya (Shreya Sharma), an eleven-year-old girl who finds a beautiful, blue umbrella, and everyone is enchanted by its form and beauty including the small shopkeeper Nandkishore Khatri. While the girl goes on flaunting her blue umbrella all around this small town, to her friends and everyone, Nandkishore has his plans to swindle the umbrella from her. Biniya, though ready to share her possession with friends, steadfastly counteracts any off ....
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Baahubali 2 movie review
Baahubali 2 – The Conclusion is the Hindi dubbed version of the Telugu film of the same name. This is the long-awaited sequel and probably the conclusion to Baahubali: the Beginning, which turned out to be one of the top-grossing Indian epic historical fantasy films of all-time. Baahubali: The Conclusion picks up again with our hero Shiva aka Mahendra Baahubali (Prabhas), in his journey as he comes to terms with his legacy and the responsibility placed on him by this knowledge. Mahendra’s quest aims to find the answer to the question that’s been plaguing the viewers since long: Why did Kattappa kill Baahubali (Mahendra Baahubali’s father) ? Baahubali 2 is the best ever realistic Indian action-thriller ever made which transports the viewer to a different era – the world of kings and warriors. The story is laced with instances of greed and lust for power inspired fro ....
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The Bye Bye Man, movie review
A Horror thriller film based on the chapter 'The Bridge to Body Island' in Robert Damon Schneck's book The President's Vampire. The film recounts a series of terrifying events experienced by three Wisconsin college students, People commit unthinkable acts every day. Time and again, we grapple to understand what drives a person to do such terrible things. But what if all of the questions we’re asking are wrong? What if the cause of all evil is not a matter of what…but who? The film begins with an incident occuring sometime in the 1960s there was an instance of mass murder in which a man goes on killing people on his block murmuring if anyone spoke about the 'name' which cannot be said. Whose name he referred to was not clear, but only thing he repeatedly said was "Don't say it, don't think it." He is cursed. There are numerous spooky moments in the film beginning with recu ....
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Beiimaan Love, movie review
The Musical Thriller Beiimaan Love is the tale of a powerful business magnate who reaches the top after she is betrayed in love. Sunaina(Sunny Leone) is a beauty with brains who is a modern day woman and ambitious in terms of her career.She was unaware of the fact that she would end up slapping her boss's son Raj Malhotra (Rajniesh Duggall) when he misbehaves with her at a party. Raj is pleasantly surprised when he comes to know that Sunaina works in his office KK Exports as Business Development Manager.However, what follows in an intriguing discovery of love and deceit. Beiimaan Love is surprisingly a 'Sanskari'clean Sunny Leone film with family and corporate backdrop. Sunny Leone who is famous with single screen masses with her oomph and skin show has done a drastically different and less glamourised dignified role in Beiimaan love. She plays the role of a young, ambitious, ....
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