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Help, movie review
HELP is a supernatural horror Bollywood thriller which is based upon the story of a wicked spirit that refuses to leave the human world and exists with a vengeance for past crimes committed against it. Help movie review... This horror thriller film, which marks the debut of Rajeev Virani as a director, starts impressively, but then on it drags after some time and ultimately falls short of momentum and precision. In the film, Vic (Bobby Deol) is a successful film maker in Bollywood, as director of horror flicks. Pia (Mugdha Godse) is his beautiful wife. The couple is going through a bad patch in their married life and in the midst of these troubled times they have to suddenly rush to Mauritius to take care of Pia’s ailing father. Absolutely unaware of the terror awaiting them... As they go back to Pia’s old family home in Mauritius she is confronted by her distant past whi ....
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Housefull, movie review
After ‘Heyy Babby’, its 'Housefull' the latest film directed by Sajid Khan which is a slapstick, a situational comedy about mistaken identities with the top notch star cast, all of who seem to be in good form. Housefull movie review... Housefull is a romantic comedy story which is about Aarush (Akshay Kumar) who plays a luckless, lazy loser trying to change his luck by finding true love. In this quest for true love, how one lie leads to another and how different people from different walks of life come together, adding even more confusion to this hilarious comedy of errors resulting in total confusion and chaos. So we have Aarush (Akshay Kumar) - the world's unluckiest man and given to self pity at times. Being jinxed, he believes his bad luck can vanish if he finds true love. He is in Macao, where he is ditched by his girlfriend Pooja (Malaika Arora). Then he moves back to ....
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Hello Hum Lallan Bol Rahe Hain, movie review
Hello Hum Lallan Bol Rahe Hain is an offbeat movie with Rajpal Yadav in the central role, and no other big names to boast of. Lallan (Rajpal Yadav), a migrant to Mumbai, who respects his work and is proud of it. His family is in village, as he comes to Mumbai – the land of opportunities, to make a living. Lallan is an honest guy who is proud of his job, but suddenly his life goes topsy turvy! Hello Hum Lallan Bol Rahe Hain movie review... This hardworking and dutiful guy has a dream to pursue. A dream of marrying his love of life Saroja (Preeti Mehra). But this girl isn’t aware of his love interest in her, and just considers him to be her best friend and someone who cares a lot for her. Though, Lallan stays in Mumbai, he remains in constant touch with this girl Saroja - in his native place. Apart from being an ideal service man, Lallan is also a very good human who reaches and ....
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Hum Phir Milenge, movie review
Sarvar is a fun loving guy who lives in a hill station and like most of the youngsters; he spends his time with his friends. One day he literally bumps into the beautiful Kkhushi, as it was not a pleasant encounter when both bang each other’s cars. Hum Phir Milenge movie review... Gradually their friendship blooms and soon, Sarvar develops love for the soft spoken Kkhushi, who too, develops her love feelings for him. But Kkhushi is timely cautioned by her best pal who reminds her of her background and the orthodox family and her just round the corner arranged marriage back in Delhi. When Sarwar expresses his feelings to her, he finds something a miss in her behavior. When he succeeds in expressing his love to her, Kkhshi tells him as to what is stopping her for loving him. But when she leaves back for Delhi, she leaves him a glimmer of hope to take a chance with destiny to see if ....
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Heroes, movie review
Heroes is about two students who decide to make a movie on why ‘you should not join Indian armed forces’. During this process they meet a war reporter who gives them a task to deliver the last letters of three Kargil martyrs. These two friends Sameer Suri aka Saand (Sohail Khan) and Ali Shah aka Nawab Sahab (Vatsal Sheth) embark on a fun tour on motorbike and their experiences in the journey change their outlook towards life. As part of their project they are filming their experiences on the way. There are three stories interwoven in the script. The first story is about a soft spoken yet tough - Balkar Singh (Salman Khan) of Atari in Amritsar. Like every man Balkar has beautiful dreams for his family but he knows he might not be able to fulfill them and he does not regret it as he has pledged his life for his country. Kuljeet Kaur (Preity Zinta) takes pride in being an army man’ ....
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Hello, movie review
The film is based on the novel 'One Night at the Call Center" by Chetan Bhagat. Hello is the story of 3 Men and 3 Women working at a call center - Connexions, their lives, their work and above all their relationships. The story is told to a protagonist rock star (Salman Khan) by an unknown woman (Katrina Kaif) who narrates this story to him: The story of 'Hello' is a tale of a call center on a particular night. There are six characters: We have Shyam (Sharman Joshi) who finds that his girlfriend Priyanka (Gul Panag) is dissatisfied with his job that she might drop him as desired by her mother (Bharti Achrekar) and get her married to a rich NRI. Esha (Isha Koppikar) is an aspiring model who is a focused carrier minded girl, and there is Varun aka Vroom (Sohail Khan) who loves her immensely. The glamorous Radhika (Amrita Arora) lives at the mercy of her mother-in-law while her husba ....
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Hari Puttar, movie review
"He is only a kid..." is something that is heard ever too often. But when a kid displays the valour and wit that is no child's play and the presence of mind that belies his age, it certainly is no kidding matter. Hari Puttar is the awe-inspiring story of one such kid. Hari Prasad Dhoonda (Zain Khan) of Hari Puttar, as he is fondly called, is a bright 10 year old who has recently moved from India to the U.K. with his parents (Sarika and Zakir Khan). His father, Prof. Dhoonda is assigned to work on a secret project with the Defence forces at a remote location in the U.K. He has access to confidential information that is stores on a chip and safely kept at his house. Within days of their arrival in London, Hari's aunt Santosh (Lilette Dubey) and Uncle DK (Jackie Shroff) visit the Dhoonda residence with their own as well as DK’s Boss children. DK (Jackie Shroff) is a technology wiz ....
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Hulla, movie review
This energetic bittersweet comedy, more accurately perhaps - drama with a sense of humour, Hulla turns a contemporary eye on something that is taken too much for granted in Indian cities, especially Mumbai – private space. It’s about the clash between a stockbroker who is not allowed to sleep at night and a small-time trader who won’t let him (as the secretary of the building society they live in). This seemingly trivial, even laughable, problem eventually snowballs into disasters for both of them and their families, while unspooling the attitudes of people around them. Raj and Abha, a couple in their early-thirties, move into their new 2-bedroom flat in a Mumbai suburb. They are both very happy as only new home-owners can be in Mumbai. Since the flat is in a residential complex away from the bustle of the city and the main road, they both expect peace and quiet. Raj (Sushant ....
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Hijack, movie review
Ad film maker Kunal Shivdasani's directoral debut Hijack is a fast paced action thriller with some exceptional mid-air action and stunts by Allan Amin. Hijack movie review ... Vikram Madan (Shiney Ahuja) is a ground maintenance engineer at the Chandigarh Airport. His social life is limited to one friend Rajeev who is the security chief at the same airport. As luck would have it, Vikram's daughter is travelling with her teacher for a debate contest to Amritsar from Delhi. That flight gets hijacked by a group of 6 terrorists working for a man named Rasheed (KK Raina) who has been captured by the Indian Police. This flight is forced to land at Chandigarh Airport itself. These terrorists demand the release of Rasheed from the Indian Government or they threaten to kill the hostages inside the aircraft at large. Vikram cannot forget how his wife died in a similar incident way back ....
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Haal-e-Dil, movie review
Haal-e-Dil is the dream launch of producer Kumar Mangat’s daughter Amita Pathak and her other two co-stars who also are debutants – Nakuul Mehta and Shekhar Suman’s son Adhyayan. The film directed by Anil Devgan is the story of Sanjana (Amita Pathak) who is in love with her rich classmate Rohit (Adhyayan Suman). The three new faces provide freshness to this visually rich movie filmed exquisitely at stunning locales. Where else can one enjoy the rich locales of Swiss Alps during the train journey to Shimla? Sanjana and Rohit study in the same college and are in love. She is on a train ride from Mumbai to Shimla. Shekhar (Nakuul Mehta), who is also a co-passenger and a flirt with a constantly roving eye, has a crush on Sanjana. Sanjana keeps glued to her novel (remember Kajol in Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge?). It is love at first sight for Shekhar and like Shahrukh Khan in D ....
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