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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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Baar Baar Dekho, movie review
Sidharth Malhotra and Katrina Kaif's pairing electrifies the film Baar Baar Dekho. Just that and nothing more. Much was expected out of Nitya Mehra's film. After working as an assistant director in films like Ang Lee's 'Life of Pie' and Mira Nair films The Namesake, The Reluctant Fundamentalist, she disappoints in her directorial debut in this romantic drama Baar Baar Dekho. Baar Baar Dekho also marks the debut of American screenwriter Sri Rao which made news about this film which is based on an ageing romance spanning 30 odd years. Jai Verma (Sidharth Malhotra) is a Mathematics Professor in Delhi. Diya (Katrina Kaif) is an artist who is madly in love with this handsome professor. They are about to get married when Jai scoffs at the Hindu priest at the time of their wedding about the institution of marriage. The commitment phobic Jai is more career inclined and dreams to move ....
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Bho Bho, Marathi film review
Vyankatesh Bhonde, an ex-policeman turned private detective is also an animal lover in the Marathi film BHO BHO. Marathi Cinema has made rapid strides in the recent times in the genres of drama, action and historical films. Here is an original character that of Vyankatesh Bhonde, a middle aged man living in the Mumbai chawls. Being an ex-policeman and still residing in a chawl speaks of his integrity. But what the story unfolds subsequently is that this middle-aged guy is an animal lover too. We have a locked flat and the police are here to investigate a murder. They hear a dog's bark from inside the locked flat, which when opened reveals a woman lying in a pool of blood and calmly sitting besides her is her pet dog. The police gather some evidences and then they decide that it is the case of a pet dog losing its sanity and attacking its owner and tearing her apart. Sandy, t ....
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Bollywood Diaries movie review
A tribute to passionate aspiring actors that chronicles the journey of three unrelated souls, who dream to make it big in Bollywood. The plot encompasses a guy working at a call-centre in Delhi, a middle-aged government servant from Bhilai and a sex worker from Sonagachi Kolkata. Vishnu Srivastava a 52 year old man wants to go to Mumbai to become an actor. All his life he has been an ideal husband, loving father who has just married off his only daughter and realizes that the time has come to fulfill his long, long cherished dreams. I have taken retirement from my job... Bollywood is waiting for me. The instant reaction comes from his wife that its too late in life for him to try it out in films. Vishnu justifies his action mentioning the examples of Amrish Puri and Boman Irani who were well past their 40s when they entered Bollywood. This was the extent of Vishnu Srivastava. The ....
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Bajirao Mastani, movie review
A masterpiece of love, and war, exploring the romantic side of a 18th-century Maratha general, Bajirao Ballal Bhat, a brahmin by birth and who fought and won 41 battles at a stretch against the Mughals with an aim to create a unified Hindu kingdom across India.   The glorious rule of the Peshwas, its grandeur, their culture, and the their large heartedness during those times takes us back to that era of righteous rulers which we have only learnt in our history lessons.   It opens with a Maratha emperor Chhatrapati Shahu (Mahesh Manjrekar) seeking nominations for the post of the Peshwa (a Prime Ministerial candidate). The brahmin youth Bajirao (Ranveer Singh) with his superlative display of his skill and wisdom lands him the title. History has a special mention about this Peshwa's reputation as a warrior and statesman par excellence which is widely known.   ....
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Bumper Draw - Hindi movie review
A hilarious film centered around two pivotal characters – Farooque a cabbie & William the conman. A third funny character Sunderlal (a villager) who comes to Mumbai in search of a job gets involved with them in a strange situation. This comedy drama has been shot in real locations in all over Mumbai which features Mahim slums and the Bhindi Bazaar in South Mumbai. The film begins with an old Parsi Man Pestonji who narrates his tale to a Television Channel, the adventure which begin with Farooque's taxi accidentally knocking off the old Parsi gentleman. The burden of getting him treated with First-Aid falls on them else, the crowd would run riot with the cab driver as usually it happens in Mumbai. As it is the taxi driver and William are having a hard day with William being duped of 10 Lakh Rupees by his girlfriend who vanished overnight with the dough. William used to organize a ....
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Bajrangi Bhaijaan - Hindi movie review
One of the best films of Salman Khan complemented by superlative performances by Nawazuddin Siddiqui and the child artist Harshaali Malhotra. Bajrangi Bhaijaan is the story of Pavan Kumar Chaturvedi aka Bajrangi (Salman Khan), who as a child was a laggard in his studies and took ten years to clear his SSC examinations which led to such a joy to his father that he left this world. Pavan is a brahmin boy and a devout of Lord Hanumanji who has such a faith in his Lord Bajrangbali that in times of distress, Pavan leaves everything on his faith in Bajrangbali. Being an ideal person who never cheats, never had lied in his life and ever willing to help people in their troubles. Fondly called as Bajrangi by people around him, he reaches Delhi to his father's friend who would guide him through his life. Bajrangi comes across Rasika (Kareena Kapoor Khan) who eventually is the daughter of ....
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Baahubali : The Beginning - Hindi movie review
A spectacular fantasy film Baahubali: The Beginning that enthralls you with it grandeur and a war between two brothers - Baahubali played by Prabhas and Bhallala Deva (Rana Daggubati) for a kingdom. Baahubali: The Beginning movie review... Period films are supposed to be so designed immacutely as there is no room for mistakes. Saby Cyril, the art director of the film has created everything from scratch that is the chairs, thrones, palaces, swords, armor and costumes. Quodos. The highlight of Baahubali is the waterfall (definitely created digitally) which appears so real that one feels the immediate desire to visit this place once in a lifetime atleast. This is the first of the two parts which is a masterpiece in the entire history of Indian cinema. Director S.S.Rajamouli admittedly said that he was inspired from epic Mahabharata in making Baahubali. And that says it all. A ....
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Big Game, movie review
Fate of the most powerful man in the world lies in the hands of a 13-year-old boy Oskari, a timid young lad yearning to prove his capability to the village elders. Big Game - movie review BIG GAME is about the young Oskari’s determination to prove to his Village folk that he has grown up, that he is a ‘man’ and can fend for himself in the wilderness of the forest. In the village in Finland, the tradition dictates that like his forefathers before him, the boy’s time has come to spend one day and one night alone in the wilderness. Armed with only a bow and arrow, he must return with a prize to prove himself a man. Though his village elders, possibly his father too doubt his ability, the young Oskari embarks on his first solo hunting expedition into the Finnish forests: a coming-of-age tradition among his people. Terrified and alone, he wanders through a vast and unforg ....
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Bombay Velvet, Hindi movie review
A period drama of the 60s, a visual treat of Bombay of that era, Bombay Velvet is created with artistic grandeur, has been let down by a confusing plot. Anurag Kashyap has to be applauded for lavishly recreating Bombay of the 60s. This is where it ends as the film has neither the entertainment factor or the chilly seriousness of a mafia ruling the politics and maneuvering the city plans for its benefits. Anushka Sharma is the cute fashionable jazz singer Rosie who sparkles in embellished body-fitting gowns. Bombay Velvet revolves around the story of how Bombay transformed its landscape during the 60s and 70s and the corrupt administration, which is hand in glove with the mill owners and the rich. This apart, the story is woven around the backdrop of Ranbir-Anushka romance. Ranbir Kapoor's character is used by people around him, including his mother. A small time hood, with a ....
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