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God Tussi Great Ho, movie review
God Tussi Great Ho is a comedy bollywood film inspired by the American movie Bruce Almighty. The story is a simple in this sober and clean film which also carries a message.

A comedy in the beginning, it shifts its emphasis to other social issues.

Arun Prajapati (Salman Khan) is still struggling to be a successful TV anchor, but accomplishment has always eluded him. Frustrated, he blames it on God (Amitabh Bachchan) for not achieving his goal. Arun is head over heels in love with Alia Kapoor (Priyanka Chopra), a popular TV anchor working in the same channel. Having a complex within him, he has never been able to express his love for her. Arun feels more unsafe when Rocky (Sohail Khan) joins the channel as an anchor and he starts believing that Rocky will win Alia. Underperforming and being distraught, Arun is expelled from the channel. At the end of the worst day in his ....
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Good Luck, movie review
The handsome Vicky (Aryemaan) is an aspiring singer, charming Saba {Sayali Bhagat) is a PR head in an ad agency. Bad luck shadows Vicky as success evades him at every step whereas Saba is successful at every thing she takes up. Lady luck is with her and she has the good luck charm sealed in her kiss. Then one day at a party Saba, by chance kisses Vicky and says good bye to her good luck and here Vicky’s life changes for good. Goodluck movie review... During one of her shoots, there is a mishap and a stuntman - Dev (Dino Morea) saves her life on the set. She's impressed with him, and soon love blossoms between them and then they are on a romantic high. Meanwhile Ria is offered a lead role in a film by casting director Rishi Gandhi (Madan Jain) with a condition that she has to leave for Shimla the very next day. Tarun Chopra {Lucky Ali} a music baron finally gives a chance to Vicky ....
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Ghatothkach, movie review
An animation film on Bheema's son - Ghatothkach. The director informs you right at the beginning that he's taken few liberties with the story in the name of presenting a picture which makes it visually entertaining. One of the most ignored figures in mythology is Ghatothkach. Despite being a half blue-blood, this good-hearted son of the Pandava Prince Bheema and the Rakshasi (Demon) Hidimba never got the recognition or credits, especially, being the son of a powerful father. But when duty beckoned Ghatothkach sacrificed himself willingly at the great battlefield of Mahabharata like a valiant hero. Ghatothkach, lovingly called "Ghattu" is the prince of the forest and is blessed with extra-ordinary powers. He has loads of fun with his magical powers, but also uses them to protect everyone around him. As a five year old, he rescues "Gajju" - a baby elephant which leads to a life ....
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Gauri The Unborn
The movie is a horror movie that tries to deliver a social message to its audience. Gauri - The Unborn associates abortion to killing of a living person that too, killing an unborn life, is a social crime. The subject of the movie seems outdated and may be unacceptable in this modern and a progressive world. Coming back to the earlier times, when Sudeep and Roshni were expecting their first child, they had named the unborn child as Gauri. Seven years later, the ghost of Gauri returns to haunt them, with her spirit entering the body of their daughter Shivani while they are holidaying in their ancestral home. It was here that the unborn child Gauri was conceived. Now the unseen force threatens to take their daughter Shivani away from them. The aatma of the unborn kid swears revenge, and then the sequence of events that unfold follow are really scary at times. And then what unfolds is ....
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Go - hindi movie review
Abhay Narula (Gautam) and Vasundhara Dave (Nisha Kothari) are neighbors and fall in love. They are from affluent families, their parents disapprove of their relationship and so they take off from their homes and rush towards Goa. Go movie review continues.... Everything was easy and beautiful until their motorbike breaks down. They get a lift by the injured Chief Minister's Personal Assistant who is fleeing the city since he has the audio cassette which proves that the CM is responsible for his deputy's murder. This injured PA to the CM dies on the way. Its adventure in the rains, dancing around, and running away from the killers who want the cassette at any cost. They also come across an assailant Ranga (Sherveer Vakil), a rogue cop Nagesh Rao (Kay Kay Menon) and a con-man Jagtap Tiwari (Rajpal Yadav). The storyline is short as told here. The director have therefore presente ....
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Gandhi my father movie review
This movie is about Mahatma Gandhi's family - the father of our nation. It tells the story of Gandhi's eldest son Harilal Gandhi, who rebelled against his father and carried the identity of his father like a curse around his neck. Its a story of a principled father and an unfortunate son. (Gandhi my father movie review) Mahatma Gandhi's wife Kasturba (played by Shefali Shah) raised her eldest son Harilal all by herself when Gandhi left to study in London in 1888. Later, she gave birth to three more sons. The film shows Mahatma's (Darshan Jariwala) troubled relationship with his son Harilal - beautifully played by Akshaye Khanna. The film, without being biased to any of the characters, explores why it happened and narrates their differences which creep in when Harilal thinks that the Mahatma does not allow him to become a lawyer like him. Being rebelious natured, Harilal converte ....
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GST Galti Sirf Tumhari review
With her maiden production, Sarika S Sanjot, the producer of this film strikes it right in Bollywood with her venture GST - Galti Sirf Tumhari. The film begins with an intriguing premise and goes on to keep the audience guessing about the twists and turns in the story. To make it clear once and all, the film has nothing to do with the Goods and Services Tax implemented by the present government in the centre. Though the similarity lies with the ultimate motive with the central fiscal policy aims to bring about financial discipline in the economy, Sarika's comedy-thriller-suspense drama also carries a message about bringing discipline in one's social life. GST-the film is the story about a group of students of a law college in Dehradun, Mussoorie in Uttar Pradesh who take it easy in their lives and indulge in desires unknown to the impending danger they could get into. Arjun, May ....
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Global Baba, movie review
Abhimanyu Singh plays a godman in this film which is based on spiritual babas of India. Global Baba is a social satire and craftily doesn't target any particular person or any religion. India could be the only country where hundreds of thousands of people (devotees) blindly surrender themselves to godmen. The film exposes such a godman who was once a hitman by the name Chillam Pehalwaan (Abhimanyu Singh) for a political party which used him as much as they could and once their dependence on him was over, they took the legal route of eliminating him in an enounter by Police Inspector Jacob (Ravi Kishan). Chillam Pehalwan manages to escape during the encounter but had taken 2 gun shots and was noticed in the nick of the moment by the saadhus on the banks of a river who nursed him to bring back to life. He is spotted by Damru (Pankaj Tripathi) who advises him to take refuge within t ....
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Ghayal Once Again - Movie review
An action packed fast paced thriller, ought to appeal to the youth. This is what Ghayal Once Again is about. Ajay Mehra (Sunny Deol) is back after serving prison sentence for killing Balwant Rai. The film opens with flashbacks of Ghayal. Ajay begins a new career as a news editor of an independent newspaper. He doubles as a vigilante who assists the police with their hard-to-prosecute cases (including cases where the accused are prominent and influential members of society). Post his release from the prison, he suffers anxiety attacks with flashes of his painful past where his wife and family members are killed. Treated by a neurologist - psychiatrist Dr Riya (Soha Ali Khan), he returns to normalcy except that the fire to fight the system remains inherent in him. A small town reporter Renu is drugged and raped by her boss. She commits suicide as her innocent boyfriend is fram ....
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Gauraiya, hindi movie review
Gauraiya  is about Shefali is writing a book on Dacoits of Chitrakoot as she is has taken up the issue of crime and the atrocities hurled towards its victims. This offbeat film is based on true incidents with an imaginary story portrayal of a desert area somewhere in Patna in North India, a place of the poor and downtrodden people who are victimized by dacoits. Shefali travels all the way to the hinterland and meets a downtrodden and sexually exploited woman Gauraiya from a village named Harijanpur which is situated in the backward area of Patna. She had kept the title of the book as END OF CRIME. It was child marriage for Gauraiya when she was a little girl was married by the elders in the village to a boy Sukhna. As per their traditions, the child couple did not have her final wedding (Gauna) rituals. It is only when the children cross their teens, they are finally wedded. ....
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