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Ishq Tera film review
Ishq Tera is a psychological thriller based on the subject of split personality. It makes one wonder what if you fall so madly in love which leads to the question about whether you would accept your love blindly? Hrishitaa Bhatt and Mohit Madaan play the husband and wife in this sensitive film which later turns into a thriller in the second half. Ishq Tera is based on real life events of a woman with a broken mind and a man with a broken heart. The story of how men prey stealthily on the disturbed woman as her man fights to free her mind and win her heart, again and again and again. Are we all who we seem to be, or is there someone else inside of us? Is the husband who he says he is or is he the one responsible for her madness and the prime cause for her broken mind and broken heart? What if you fell in love with a young lovely woman and that too on the day her mother gets sh ....
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I am Singh - movie review
The film is inspired by real people and events. I am Singh is about the Sikhs who were victims of mistaken identity and hate crimes post 9/11. It also deals with the pride and honor of a Sikh's turban. Not only were the Sikhs mistaken to be some other community, they were mistaken to be terrorists and they were a target of racist and communal violence from the American society. People belonging to the Islamic community experienced this similar treatment. Due to the unfortunate happenings of 9/11 and the culprits involved being Muslims, the entire Islamic community was being targeted in America. I am Singh is about how a young man caught in the middle of a conspiracy, stands up to attain justice for his family, for his identity of being an Indian, of being a Sikh. The movie also tries to clear the mistaken identity of the people of America who are misinterpreted by people around ....
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I am Kalam - movie review
Dr A.P. J. Abdul Kalam, the former president of India who is a source of inspiration to millions of Indians is the motivational factor of this film. I am Kalam is an ode to this noble Indian. I am Kalam is about friendship, love, truthfulness self belief and dreams. Chottu (Harsh Mayar), a poor kid who is very sharp and interested in studies. Unfortunately, his mother can't afford to send him to school. So, at a tender age when other children play with toys, go to the school, this boy has to work in a small road side food stall. So it does tackle the menace of child labour too. I am Kalam movie review... Bhati (Gulshan Grover) is the owner of this road side stall and there is another co-worker Laptan (Pitobash Tripathy) who always bullies Chottu. A kid from royal family - Ranvijay Singh (Hussan Saad), becomes Chottu’s best friends and starts helping him, and realizes that he too ....
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I AM - movie review
I AM is a film which has four different stories about four characters Afia, Megha, Abhimanyu and Omar shot in Kolkata, Mumbai, Bangalore and Kashmir. It is a new age bollywood film which takes up different stories about various characters and has a string that binds them together and this is what holds this honest film with fine performances. I AM is about issues and dilemmas that bruise the modern Indian society. Unraveling and exploring these tribulations, the film unfolds many a tale of individuals struggling to find their identity, and uphold their dignity in a world that is callous, cold and unsympathetic. Shot in four different cities across India, I AM is a fusion of stories where the protagonists share a common dream – a desire to regain their lives, to regain an identity which has been taken away from them. I AM AFIA is the story of a single woman who feels her identi ....
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I Hate Luv Storys, movie review
We have a boy who doesn’t believe in love and a girl who only believes in love. I Hate Luv Storys movie review... ‘I hate luv storys’ is the maxim Jay (Imran Khan) lives by, whose attraction towards girls doesn’t go beyond flirtatious friendships or one night stands. Love, for him, doesn’t exist. But as an assistant director to a most famous romantic filmmaker of Indian Film Industry, Jay has little option but to live with larger than life, glossy, cinematic love on an everyday basis. Things only get worse when he is made to work under the new production designer on the film… Simran (Sonam Kapoor), with whom he shares the strangest first encounter! Simran loves luv storys; So much so that even her life has begun to resemble one. With her ideal job and the perfect boyfriend, Raj (Sammir Dattani), she lives a blissful, dreamy life; One that is rudely interrupted by Jay ....
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Its a Wonderful Afterlife, movie review
Finding the perfect son-in-law can be murder. Its a Wonderful Afterlife touches this delicate subject... My Big Fat Greek Wedding and Shaun of the Dead meet in this charming and fun comedy romp about an Indian mother taking her obsession with marriage into frighteningly funny territory. The film is a humorous account of a London-based Punjabi mother’s desperate measures to get her fat daughter married to a tall, dark and handsome hunk. Directed by one of UK’s most respected film makers Gurinder Chadha, who made Bhaji On the Beach, Bend it Like Beckham and Bride and Prejudice this latest film - Its a Wonderful Afterlife is also being released in its dubbed Hindi version as Hai Marjawaan! Mrs Sethi (Shabana Azmi), a widow living in Southall in the UK, can't bear the thought of her daughter being alone and unhappy. Her daughter, Roopi (Goldy Notay) is a little plump and opinion ....
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Idiot Box, movie review
Subhrojeet Chakraborty (Sushant Singh) is the newly appointed creative director in Lalaji Telefilms which is owned by Ms. Anekta Kapoor (Jyoti Gauba) in the film Idiot Box. He is brought in to the company for a special purpose which is to uplift the falling TRP (Television Rating Points) of an ongoing TV Serial of Anekta Kapoor's company which is titled as "Kabhi yeh Kabhi Woh" consisting of 52 episodes. Idiot Box movie review... His lady boss Anekta Kapoor has promised a hefty pay packet, a secured job, a well furnished apartment, a chauffer driven car if he succeeds in the challenge of increasing the popularity of the TV soap. And if he fails, he gets a return ticket to Kolkata, his hometown. Anekta Kapoor (Jyoti Gauba) is considered to be the queen of Indian television as she has changed the entire face of Indian television. Her company 'Lalaji Telefilms' is the producer of 39 o ....
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Its Breaking News, movie review
Its Breaking News the film bares all that goes behind sting operations, the ways and means a few channel heads stoop to - for the ultimate bottom-line- to attract eyeballs in these times of fierce competition among Television Channels. Without resorting to any technical wizardry nor any melodrama, It's Breaking News says it all in the most simplistic course and is an engrossing story. Vidya (Koel Purie) is a young, dynamic, self-motivated news correspondent with a TV Channel, who has just finished a course in journalism and is all charged to take up confrontations of this profession. She then is forced to quit entertainment and cover crime. Gradually, she gets the hang and feel of it. Eventually she is now addicted to the thrill and ecstasy of the job and once, she even tries to fool around with the so called ethics and codes of journalism by creating situations to get a story f ....
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Ittefaq - movie review
Brilliant performances from Akshaye Khanna and Sidharth Malhotra are the mainstay of this murder-mystery suspense thriller that keeps you engrossed throughout the movie culminating into an unpredictable end. Directed by Abhay Chopra, it is based on and inspired on his grandfather B R Chopra's Ittefaq (1969) which was a Rajesh Khanna-Nanda starrer with a contemperory adaptation and a complete change in the climax from the original film. The film does not have any songs which lends seriousness to the high-profile double murder investigation lead by the no-nonsense Police Officer Dev (Akshaye Khanna). It begins on a rainy night where a Noted novelist and a NRI Vikram Sethi (Sidharth Malhotra) has just launched his new book and returns to his hotel only to find his wife murdered and lying still on the floors. Vikram calls the police who instead begin to doubt him as the murderer and is ....
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Ishq Ke Parindey
Love knows no boundaries. A voice over at the opening states that if the partition hadn't taken place, it would be a Gulistan, instead of Hindustan and Pakistan. This is the message of Ishq Ke Parindey, a poetic and realistic love story of a boy and a girl across the border. Saare Jahan Se Achchha Hindustan Hamara, Hum Bulbule Hain Iski Ye Gulsitan Hamara When Allama Iqbal wrote the above couplet he never knew that the seeds sown by the British would lead to the creation of India and Pakistan. The land nurtured by the romantic poetry of Ghalib became a battleground. Friends for generations were separated forever inthe name of partition. Humanity was buried under hatred. Sheen, the love bird from Pakistan flies down to Lucknow, the city of Nawabs. Faiz, the poet at heart, is mesmerised by the angelic beauty from heaven. Across rooftops and in ....
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