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Kya Yahi Sach Hai - movie review
Kya Yahi Sach Hai is an International Award Winning reality film, Based on the Best Selling Novel "Carnage by Angels" written by I.P.S. Officer Y.P.Singh. It won the Silver Award in the Narrative Film Category of the California Film Awards in 2010. Most of the scenes in the film were shot at authentic police locations in Mumbai, Pune and Daund. The director Yogesh Pratap Singh was an officer of the Indian Police Service - 1985 batch, Maharashtra Cadre. During his stint in the Police Service, he experienced various stormy positions in the police force. Right from the first posting he developed a reputation for tough policing, conducting raids and clampdowns on a daily basis. Having dealt with high profile scams, his efforts initially were commended by the higher-ups, but soon this honest cop ran into trouble with the politicians since his investigations had exposed some uncomfort ....
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Khap - movie review
Khap is a contemporary tale of traditional massacre erupting in the heartland of central India where certain villages still follow cruel age-old customs. This is where a story of passion, dishonor and deceit unfolds; where the sweet innocence of youth is throttled by uncompromising beliefs. Khap movie review... The film opens in the capital where two youths Ria and Kush fall in love. Ria (Uvika Choudhary ) is a beautiful city girl who is Madhur and Komal’s daughter. Kush (Sarrtaj Gill) is a young charming boy who has come from South Africa to India for his MBA. Sarrtaj plays the role of Kush, a young charming boy. Ria and Kush get trapped into the khap traditions and then begins the struggle of survival and escape from the village. Meanwhile, news channels highlight the death of the local couple Veer and Sureeli who are found dead in Omkar Chaudhary’s village. Omkar Chau ....
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Kucch Luv Jaisaa - movie review
Barnali Ray Shukla debuts as a director with Kucch Luv Jaisaa. Today is 29th Feb, and Mrs. Madhu Saxena's Birthday. It comes once in four years and her husband has forgotten her birthday. She has been feeling unhappy lately the way her husband has been taking her for granted and her marriage is getting into a fatigue-zone. Kucch Luv Jaisaa movie review... Madhu is a housewife and a mother of two kids. She is a full-time mother, wife, Maths/Hindi/English teacher, agony aunt, daughter-in-law, sister-in-law, daughter, sister and the works. Her husband and family form the centre of her universe but she doesn't receive that kind of attention which she deserves! She just has no time to be 'simply Madhu'. And now today she has two options, she can choose to sulk and pity herself for the next four years or reinvent Madhu and take a grip over her life. She chooses to heat out and e ....
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Kashmakash - movie review
A period film set in the 1920s, Kashmakash is based on a short story by Rabindranath Tagore. The film is essentially a Hindi version of the original Bengali film, Naukadubi. Kashmakash movie review... A tender romance blossoming in Kolkata between law student Ramesh (Jishu Sengupta) and his friend?s sister Hemnalini, is nipped suddenly when his father sends an urgent and mysterious summons from his village home. There, the dutiful son is peremptorily ordered to marry Susheela, daughter of a hapless widow. Ramesh refuses. Confesses that his heart belongs to another. But the widow's fervent plea softens him ultimately. And he concedes, albeit with a heavy heart. The wedding takes place with due ceremony; and Ramesh sets out with his bride on a river boat journey back to Kolkata. Soon a fierce storm arises; the boat tosses helplessly and finally capsizes in the churning waters. Later ....
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Kaccha Limboo, movie review
Kaccha Limboo is Writer-Director Sagar Bellary’s genuine attempt of a journey into the mind and heart of an overweight and somewhat irritated child Shambhu and tries to reason out why the kid is always so distressed and lonely. Kaccha Limboo is a coming-of-age early teen flick which is largely shot in the real corridors and classrooms of a Mumbai School. The slice-of-life moments in the school life are a delight, like when the kid is trying to copy his parent's signature in his school calendar, and many other hilarious moments that have you in splits. It is a tale of Shambhu (Taheer Sutarwala), a fat and clumsy 13 year old boy who has everything going against him - fights with seniors in school, warning from principal and so he decides to run away from home. Oddball Shambhu just can't fit in... like desperately trying to be a part of a group of his school friends, but they ign ....
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Kis Hudh Tak, movie review
Kis Hudh Tak was earlier titled as "Dia". In one of the publicity banners of this film, a tagline states "Rape is a Crime if you can prove it otherwise it ends up being consent." Kis Hudh Tak movie review... A film about Justice and how far a person will go to get it, it is about love, caring and commitment. It is about anger at the state of our society. Kis Hudh Tak is about the state of our judicial system. And most of all it is about the fact that if you want something bad enough - it is not money or power that helps you to get it - what you really need is intelligence, determination, patience and focus. But above all - you need the strength of conviction to sacrifice, if necessary, that very thing that you hold dearest to your heart. For in the extent of your sacrifice lies the extent of your conviction. Rape in itself is a terrible act but Date rape is gruesome because i ....
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Khatta Meetha, movie review
Khatta Meetha is a satire and is a remake of Priyadarshan's Malayalam film Vellanakalude Nadu. The comic film Khatta Meetha revolves around a struggling road construction contractor; Sachin Tichkule (Akshay Kumar) who is doomed to dream big. There is no chance in hell that his dreams will ever come true, simply because he has no money to bribe! Sachin Tichkule is a simple Marathi manoos who wears sunglasses, formal shirt-pant, belt, chappals, always carries a handbag and an umbrella and travels in autos. To make matters worse, the new municipal commissioner turns out to be his ex-girlfriend Gehna Gampule (Trisha) who now hates him. Gehna Gampule is also from the same town as Sachin - from Phaltan. Gehna is a mature individual and strict in her work, and doesn't allow corruption. She stays with her elder brother Mr Ganpule (Neeraj Vora) who is a bank manager. Even as you laugh a ....
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Krantiveer, movie review
The original Krantiveer, released almost a decade ago had Nana Patekar and Dimple Kapadia. Now, this called as Krantiveer - The Revolution, is a sequel to it which is socially and politically relevant today. Krantiveer - the revolution - movie review... Its time to free the country of violence, terrorism and corruption. This story begins where the first Krantiveer ends and this time it’s about the revolution that concerns the younger generation and is all about the power game that power drunk people are interested in. The film dares to blow lid off the issues that are disturbing the society. It is about the young fiery protagonist Roshni (introducing Jahan Bloch), who is the screen daughter of Dimple and Nana. The last time around, we rooted out the devils that came from across the seas. Now the demons are within. And they are more vicious and wicked. We need to fight them wit ....
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Kites, movie review
Kites is a romantic thriller, a multi-million dollar budget film shot extensively in Las Vegas, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Unlike the usual Bollywood fare, Kites is a story differently told. It is an absorbing story of lovers, from different backgrounds and how their life goes through the ups and downs to finally find peace and solace in life. It has an unconventional story, much unlike the usual Bollywood stuff. Kites movie review... It is story of love that goes beyond barriers, boundaries and cultures that takes two lovers on a thrilling journey filled with precious moments - and unexpected betrayal. In the harsh terrain of the Mexican desert, a mortally wounded man is left for dead in the heat of the desert sun. This is J or Jay (Hrithik Roshan). Once a street smart, carefree young guy. Now J is a wanted man. The only thing that keeps him alive is the quest to find the love of hi ....
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Kuchh Kariye, movie review
What is life all about? What more does a successful person yearn for? Kuchh Kariye movie review... Sukhwinder Singh has made a mark as a great singer. He is a gifted singer. But then every human has his hidden ambition. So it seems about our Sukhwinder Pa ji, and the outcome is this film directed by Jagbir Dahiya. Lets come to the story of Kuch Kariye. Rishi (Sukhwinder Singh) is a simple and honest musician. He is in love with Alpana (Shriya). They have to leave their hometown for better prospects and arrive in Mumbai. In this city of Bollywood, Rishi comes across Javed Khan (Vikrum Kumar) and Shani (Rufy Khan), who have also reached this Filmytown to accomplish their dreams. This group of guys are as obsessive about movies as he is. Together, they realize that all of them are an idealistic lot and desire to bring a change in the society and so they begin with launching a film ....
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