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Humsey Hai Jahaan, movie review
Director Mashoor Amrohi has tried his best to present the film as a spoof of other stereotypical commercial films. Humsey Hai Jahaan is the launch film of the grandson of the legendary film maker Kamal Amrohi. Living life as a drifter and a con man, Sameer Khanna (Mashhoor Amrohi) makes his way to Singapore and lands a job working as a ‘Recovery agent’ for Gary Rosario (Jackie Shroff) who is an owner of nightclubs. Earning his livelihood by cheating people of their money, Sameer’s life takes a turn when his own brother finds himself in need of financial help. With his boss Gary Rosario refusing to help him out, Sameer is left with no viable options. He comes up with a nasty plan of kidnapping Esha (Vishaka Singh) who is the daughter of a millionaire super star Gyaneshwar Singh (Shehzad Khan) in order to solve his financial crunch. Sameer pretends to fall in love with her, ....
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Hastey Hastey, movie review
The director’s attempt to make Hastey Hastey a youthful, musical, romantic comedy with a twist in the tale, has met with lukewarm response. We also have the three Rajpal Yadavs who “tries” to be funny but audience is not amused with this guy who keeps saying "dude" and starts running after every white-skinned girl. The film Hastey Hastey is about Neel (Jimmy Sheirgill), a brilliant student at Columbia University and the pretty Maya Fernandez (Nisha Rawal) the love of his life, are on the verge of starting a new life together in New York. Sunny Malhotra (Rajpal Yadav) is Neel's roommate, teammate and conscience. Academically challenged and a compulsive flirt, he gets involved in a series of hilarious situations with his American love Tina (Sarah Thomas). Just when life seems perfect, Neel accepts a career opportunity that requires him to go to India to set up a call centre ....
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Halla Bol, movie review
Halla Bol is a honest story essaying a spoilt superstar who has come up the hard way. A shocking incident changes everything, rocking the superstar's lifestyle. His inner voice wakes him up… He is caught between his human self on one side and his corrupted superstar image on the other. Rajkumar Santoshi, the director attempts to tell you that corruption has become a part of our everyday life. However, a lone voice raised against injustice can multiply into millions progressively. Halla Bol, the film tells you that all's not lost, that honesty, integrity and courage still have an advantage. Ashfaque (Ajay Devgan) is a small-town boy aspiring to be a film star in the Hindi film industry. He joins a street theatre group run by a reformed dacoit Sidhu (Pankaj Kapur), who uses street theatre as a medium to bring about an awakening in the masses. Determination and struggle pays off ....
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Heyy Babyy movie review
We have 3 bachelors, playboys in their sharing accomodation - Aroush (Akshay Kumar), Tanmay (Ritesh Deshmukh) and Ali (Fardeen Khan) residing in Sydney, Australia. They flirt, dine and have one night affairs with a number of women without thinking of how much hurt they might cause to them. Heyy Babyy review continues.. Then on one fine day, there is a knock on the door and a parcel which changes their lives forever. Its a baby girl cuddled in a basket lying at their door-step with a note saying ‘ kutte kamine apne bachche ko sambhalo ’. You dogs, you have had much fun around. Now face it. Bring up the child yourself. Obviously one of them impregnated a girl and now she wants nothing of the kid. Not knowing to whom the note was referred to, the three have no choice but to take care of the baby. The boys who used to romance women are now trapped changing diapers and answering mid ....
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The House Next Door poster
Smart camera work coupled with impressive sound effects and deft editing makes this horror film a must watch for horror film lovers. Director Milind Rau who is also the co-writer of this quite engrossing daunting thriller made in Hindi, Tamil and Telgu has succeeded in giving pure frights to the viewer. Except for the stretched ending (it could have been made shorter) Milind has come up with a horror flick that is much above the Indian film industry standards. Giving a brief glimpse of the era prior to Indian independence the story revolves around a mansion somewhere in Himachal Pradesh that was occupied by a Chinese merchant dealing in silk imported from China. Immediately it is the current period shown in the adjacent house where a noted neuro surgeon Dr Krishnakanth (Siddharth) resides with his wife Lakshmi (Andrea Jeremiah) happy in their world. Just then they notice new neighbou ....
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Hai Apna Dil Toh Awara - movie review
Here is a rom-com quite different from the ones we see these days. Shot extensively in the picturesque locales of Kashmir, Hai Apna Dil Toh Awara is a story of three couples who have their own point of views about life and when their thoughts collide, it's a Bull vs Matador fight to the finish for them. It is generally evident in the couples of urban cities of India where they are immersed in their own web of problems, relationships and social obligations. The real romance is missing in the lives of these 3 couples. One of them is a playboy, the other is a henpecked husband and the third is a mama's boy, enough to upset his wife. Tony Singh (Sahil Anand) is a perfect con artist when it comes to women has his lady love Pooja Mehta (Niyati Joshi) in a web of dreams around him. Rikki Dalwani's (Vikram Kochhar) life is a beach resort where he has this perfect wife Sanya Dalwani (Divya C ....
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Housefull 3
Akshay Kumar and Riteish Deshmukh's rapport and chemistry is the main draw of this Sajid Nadiadwala led film in its third installment of the franchise - ‘Housefull 3. Other regulars in this franchisee are Boman Irani and Chunkey Pandey. Housefull 3 showcases three couples - Akshay Kumar and Jacqueline Fernandez, Abhishek Bachchan and Nargis Fakri and Riteish Deshmukh and Lisa Haydon. These 3 girls Ganga (Jacqueline), Jamuna (Nargis) and Saraswati (Lisa) are daughters of the multimillionaire Batuk Patel (Boman Irani). Mr Patel doesn't want his 3 daughters to get married as he feels there is a curse running down in the family. Within some time, the father gets Aakhri Pasta to come as the family guru-cum-astrologer and he declares to the girl that if ever the groom of the first girl were to step in Patel's house then Batul Patel would die of an heart attack. The reasons for other two ....
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Hate Story 3, movie review
An erotic revenge thriller, a third installment of the ‘Hate Story’ franchise, this one filled with love, romance, sex, betrayal, back-stabbing, revenge and suspense. Hate Story 3 begins with the inauguration of 'Vikram Dewan Memorial Hospital' at the hands of Aditya Singh Dewan (Sharman Joshi) & Siya Singh Dewan (Zareen Khan) to establish that Aditya Dewan and Siya Dewan are large hearted philanthropists. But the fact is otherwise as even once Siya is questioned of getting married to the younger brother of the person she was in love. Aditya Dewan is a top industralist with interests in diversified industries. His latest success story is that of a soft drink which has taken the market by storm. Aditya is lucky to have a beauti ....
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Happy Ending
A rather repetitive venture of Eros International and Illuminati Films. The trailers were enough proof that this film was yet another typical Saif Ali Khan movie, using the exact formula he seemed to have mastered in the past. HAPPY ENDING - movie review So as far as the plot line goes, Happy Ending is a story about a commitment phobic Casanova – Yudi, a rich, handsome and charming, sadly aware of these qualities himself resulting in an endless trail of heartbroken women in his life. A goofy ‘stuck-in-his-married-life’ sidekick for a best friend (Ranvir Shorey) and the circumstantial entry of a charming new girl, so much just like him that this commitment phobic is now serious about her and ends up bending his nature and becomes ready to commit to this lady. Yudi (Saif Ali Khan) is a ‘veteran’ author so to say, a ‘one-novel-wonder’, still cashing in on his singular s ....
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Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania
It depicts the new generation and its instinctive reactions to various situations they experience. For the college going, this film would be welcomed. For their parents it would come up as a shocking revealation of the behaviourial attitudes of the present generation. Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania movie review... The girl is in command here. The boy adjusts himself to whims and fancies of his sweetheart. There are moments where the father gives in to his daughters demand of having a Designer attire at her wedding, which costs the same value as a new car in the market. Then there is a situation where the boy announces of his 'birthday get-to-gether' where the girl outbeats him in gupling down bottles of beer. In fact, it is the female protagonist who is shown as outgoing and even more agressive than the boy. Here, the boy insists on seeking the blessings of the girl's parents before ge ....
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