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Love you to Death - movie review
Love You To Death is a comic film about love that does not exist. The story is about the rich daughter in law and her husband’s family’s attempts to usurp her money who controls the purse strings at home. In the process we have three murders waiting to happen. Love you to Death - movie review... It has some good performances by Chandan Roy Sanyal and the contemporary woman played by Yuki Ellias. Suhasini Mulay is the same lady who played Aamir Khan’s mother in Lagaan. What a transformation! Kallol Banerjee is very natural and Nicholas Brown is the typical character who is into green earth type of campaigns. Sagar Salunke who plays Chhotu the domestic help of the family portrays the archetypal domestic helps of our times.. There are no twists and turns nor anything unusual in the script. Yet it does score over with its originality. Sundari and Ravi (Suhasini Mulay and Ka ....
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Lanka - movie review
Jaswant Sisodiya (Manoj Bajpayee) is a man in power of the entire Bijnor, a district in Uttar Pradesh in India. Lanka the film beautifully captures the life in this sleepy town. The cinematographer has skillfully depicted the lifestyle, mannerisms of the typical locals in U.P. and one feels literary amidst the people of Bijnor. Lanka - movie review... Also called as Bhai Sahab he is cruel, shrewd, keeps political connections with all parties and works his way out under any circumstances. Being offered a ministerial seat in the ruling party, Bhai Sahab rejects it, stating – its better to rule as a king in a small province, rather than losing his identity if he joins any political party. Bhai Sahab has his cruel side and he forcibly keeps a mistress Anju (Tia Bajpai) who is a intern doctor in a hospital in Bijnor. He has such kind of power that the girl cannot run away from the cit ....
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Loot, movie review
Loot is a comedy drama about misadventures of four petty thieves Panditji (Govinda) and his buddy Akbar (Jaaved Jaaferi), joined by Builder (Suniel Shetty) and Wilson (Mahakshay Chakraborty). This foursome work for Batliwala (Dalip Tahil) and are entrusted with the responsibility of carrying out a robbery in Pattaya, Thailand. Loot movie review... The four criminals are sent on a mission to Pattaya to rob a house filled with priceless valuables. Reaching there, and carrying out the orders, the find out that they have robbed the wrong person. This misadventure lands themselves in a mess with a dreaded don Lala (Mahesh Manjrekar) thirsting for their blood. Unknowingly they happen to get in the way of an Indian Intelligence agent VP Singh (Ravi Kissen) who has been keeping an eye on Lala. Apart from looting the cash, they empty the safe of Lala, which also contained some audio cass ....
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Love Breakups Zindagi - movie review
Love BreakUps Zindagi is about an exploration that asks if opposites attract or repel? Is love an option or a choice? And what if The One is already with Another? The film Love Breakups Zindagi tries to answer the question related to love, breakups and life. Jai (Zayed Khan) and Naina (Dia Mirza) are almost “settled" in their life but missing something or someone who will complete them. Jai feels that magic and serendipity have passed him by. Naina has taught herself that a less than fulfilling life is enough for her. But is it? Govind (Cyrus Sahukar) has a colourful past and is on his way to another major, seemingly all wrong relationship. But what if this 'mistake' is the love he has been looking for all his life? Sheila (Tisca Chopra) has stayed single for a long time waiting for Mr. Perfect. When he does appear, will she take her chance at love, look beyond the od ....
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Love Express - movie review
Mukta Searchlight's Love Express is a romantic comedy tracing the journey of two parallel love stories in a train full of Baraatis from Amritsar to Mumbai. A young couple on the way to their own wedding wants to break-up, while the other couple wants to make up after a five-year-old break-up. Love Express movie review... The first couple on the train traveling from Amritsar toMumbai decide to go against their parents wishes and break the arrangement to solemnize their arranged marriage. They want to break their wedding because it's an arranged marriage – arranged by their parents who have been friends for decades - but they are definitely not amenable to an arranged marriage and would prefer to find their own match. So they hatch a plan and are successful but at a heavy cost to their families. Will their parents and the elders allow this rebellion? Are the youngsters making the r ....
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Love u Mr Kalakaar - movie review
Sahil is a happy-go-lucky artist. A good human being. And Love u Mr Kalakaar is about Sahil Rastogi (Tusshar Kapoor), 25years old, is struggling as a cartoonist and he designs characters for animation shows, ads, print media and mascots for corporate firms. This is his lifestyle - no burden, no boundaries, no expectations, no pressures, just freedom. Love u Mr Kalakaar movie review... He meets Ritu and finds a girl in her who is so much like him. He falls in love with the management student Ritu who is free spirited, fun loving and bindaas. Ritu Diwan (Amrita Rao), 22 years MBA student who loves to party, trek, sing, enjoy. She is so full of life that her energy always rubs into the person next to her. She is not at all interested in doing her MBA but is pursuing her studies only because her father wants her to do so. Ritu takes Sahil to meet his father who is a rich industriali ....
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Luv ka The End - movie review
Here is a film backed by Aditya Chopra with a debutant director Bumpy who has modeled Luv ka The End on the lines of those American teen love comedies. The concept is quite similar to the English flick 'John Tucker Must Die'. This romantic comedy is aimed to a generation that's into chatrooms and social networking sites. Luv ka The End movie review... Rhea Dialdas (Shraddha Kapoor) has just finished her Junior College and she has a fancy for Luv Nanda (Taaha Shah), the richest, most popular boy in college. The cute, lively girl frequently lets her emotions rule her actions and is already dreaming about herself getting married with him. She turns 18 in a day and has big plans to take their relationship to the “next level”. Luv Nanda is the coolest, hottest, richest and most popular guy in school and every girl’s fantasy boyfriend. Belonging to the powerful and rich Nanda famil ....
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Lafangey Parindey, movie review
A dash of style with loads of attitude and a hunger to reach the stars, Lafangey Parindey is about a group of youngsters living in the backstreets of Mumbai. From the director who made Parineeta and Laaga Chunari Main Daag, Pradeep Sarkar comes up with a tale of two free-spirited youngsters who believe nothing is impossible. Lafangey Parindey movie review... It is an unusual love story of Nandu (Neil Nitin Mukesh) and Pinky (Deepika Padukone) whose path to love is paved by friendship, grit and hope. He is wild. He is born to fight. He is One-Shot Nandu. For the raw, champion street fighter, one-shot is literally what it takes. Absolutely wild, fierce, and hungry to win, this fighter takes boxing to a new level by knocking down his opponents – BLINDFOLDED. Needless to say, One-Shot lives life on his own terms and is a local hero amongst his friends. But all that soon changes, w ....
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Lamhaa, movie review
Lamhaa is a social-action thriller about the life of people of Kashmir valley, a story about terrorists and the Indian army’s fight against terrorism. An outright bold and frank approach at the multi-layered turmoil in Kashmir, having quite a few real-life references that simply sums up as a genuine film about a real problem. Fortunately, national award winning director Rahul Dholakis does not exploit the political situation for narrating this love story. Cinematographer Jamie Fowlds captures the natural splendor of Kashmir in its beauty and well so in its sinister shades. Lamhaa movie review... An unidentified ‘company’ controlled by local leaders, generating millions of unaccountable dollars for the benefit of politicians and even the bureaucrats in the Indian and Pakistani intelligence is likely to disrupt and possibly paralyze Kashmir. This company’s mission is to brain ....
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London Dreams, movie review
They were childhood friends with little in common except for the musical background of their respective families. While Arjun was consumed by a passionate drive to get on stage and realize his grandfather's unfulfilled dream, Mannu had little interest in his music tutor father's instruments and was content with remaining a child at heart with no higher ambition than enjoying the good things in life. London Dreams movie review... But little did they know as they grew up that someday it would be music that will bring them together - and drive them apart. Arjun (Ajay Devgan) is an intense and darkly brooding. He is a complex man burdened by guilt, jealousy and the belief that God has abandoned him. But he's also deeply committed to making the dream that has haunted him since childhood into reality. Such is his obsessive compulsion to fulfill his dream that he won't hesitate to manipul ....
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