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Gali Gali Chor Hai - movie review
Gali Gali Chor Hai is the story of a common man residing in the city of Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh in India. Bharat works as a cashier in a Bank, has a beautiful and homely wife Nisha and they reside in their ancestral house with their father. Bharat (Akshaye Khanna) also acts in the local Ram Lila in the character of ‘Hanuman’. He has a loving father Shivnarayan (Satish Kaushik) who values freedom and hopes to see a corruption free administration in the country. Gali Gali Chor Hai - movie review... Bharat’s wife Nisha (Shriya Sharan) isn’t comfortable of having a modern lady Amita (Mugdha Godse) as a paying guest in their house. To make the matters worse, she witnesses some instances which further raise the doubts in her mind about something cooking up between her husband and the modern minded girl Amita. But she is wrong as Bharat doesn’t have anything in his mind about the ....
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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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Agneepath - movie review
Agneepath is a remake in its true sense. Much awaited and talked about endeavor of The Dharma Productions. Agneepath being of the action genre and full of violence is a very unlikely Dharma movie at the same time the screenplay, cinematography and other technicalities are very much its style. The story begins in a Maharashtrian village - Mandwaa with the school teacher (master Dinanath Chauhan ) whose growing popularity becomes a matter of concern for the village head. He plans on calling his son Kancha (Sanjay Dutt) to take care of this.Kancha tries to talk the villagers into leasing their properties to him so that he can set up a salt factory but his actual intension is revealed of trying to set up a drug mafia there. Masterji tries to stop the injustice he foresees if the villagers give into Kancha’s scheme. Then Kancha stages a miss happening and it seems like that the mas ....
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Tutiya Dil - movie review
Tutiya Dil is a romantic comedy. It is a love story gone left and right then a bit wrong and finally right again. It’s a story of today’s youth. It’s right because the characters are human and relatable. It’s wrong because the characters are nuts. Tutiya Dil has a racy screenplay, promising and a passionate team. Rhea (Suzanna Mukherjee) has broken up with Karan Oberoi. Karan (Nikhil Sabharwal) has dumped her and she is heartbroken and homeless. So she comes to stay at Vishal’s who understands her situation and genuinely sympathizes with her. But going through this break up, Rhea likens men to turkeys, a species of birds which are always on the hunt for new hens to mate with. She is unsure of herself, and is convinced that men can never be faithful and always have sex on their minds. Then she decides to consult a shrink, Dr. Prayag (Naveen Kaushik) and narrates h ....
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Sadda Adda - movie review
'The only thing that will stop you from fulfilling your dreams is you' is the point that Writer and Director Muazzam Beg, in his directorial debut with Sadda Adda, the bollywood film tries that to put across the point - That the only thing that will stop you from fulfilling your dreams – is you! Sadda Adda - movie review... People have dreams, but not all of us have the guts to put faith in ourselves. Most of us lose focus and give up. We are most afraid to believe in our own dreams. Those who do are the true winners. This slice of life film is set in the backdrop of our capital city- Delhi. A city that brings in thousands of North Indians in search of opportunities that was never available in their own home towns. Like-wise, six boys from different states come together to share a two BHK apartment in a middle-class colony, which they lovingly call "Sadda Adda". Kabir (Kuna ....
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Ghost - movie review
Ghost, the bollywood movie stars Shiney Ahuja as a detective and Sayali Bhagat as a doctor in stellar roles. Debutante director Puja Jatinder Bedi has come up with this first-ever truly gory film produced in Bollywood and shot in Mumbai and the picturesque Lavasa in Maharashtra. Ghost - movie review... The film is an original love story that is brutal as hell, a gift for horror lovers. Another first will be that the film intelligently incorporates and adapts some chapters from the Bible. City Hospital witnesses a chain of blood curdling spine chilling murders. A beautiful young recruit Dr. Suhani (Sayali Bhagat) is faced with uncanny happenings at the hospital. She is stunned by the monstrous force that sweeps out of the night to cause a trail of gruesome killings. What or who is responsible for this strange murderous destruction? The murderer uses a unique methodology, leavi ....
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Chaalis Chauraasi - movie review
Mere presence of Naseeruddin Shah, Kay Kay Menon, Atul Kulkarni and Ravi Kishan in a film had raised expectations of high tension entertainment, and it does, albeit to some extent in Chaalis Chauraasi. Chaalis Chaurasi has a talented cast of this foursome, who by their sheer brilliance save the otherwise sloppy script. Albert (Kay Kay Menon) is a car thief, Bobby (Atul Kulkarni) is a bar singer, Shakti (Ravi Kishan) is a drug peddler and Pankaj (Naseeruddin Shah) a former English professor fallen on hard times happen to come together. Pankaj aka Sir comes up with a plan to rob Rs. 20 crores. He knows the place, and has some information about two men guarding it. They decide pull off a robbery in the guise of police. To present yourselves as cops, you have to act like one and even think like a cop. To a certain extent they succeed, but trouble brews when they come across re ....
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Players - movie review
Abbas-Mustan the director duo who have given us thrilling hits like ‘Humraaz’, ‘Ajnabee’ and ‘Race’ have come up with ‘Players’ which is an official remake of the 2003 Hollywood action film, The Italian Job. Players is a notch below the high ‘thrilling’ standards created by them. The film Players, shot in locations in the Goa, United Kingdom, Wellington and Auckland in New Zealand and Siberia, St Petersburg in the Russian Federation has some never-before-seen action sequences directed by Allan Amin. What is missing in the film is proper characterization of its players. Half baked characters, average songs and mediocre acting are the drawbacks. About its plus points, it has good cinematography and editing, fine action sequences and it is a stylish film. This time around, it's not just going to be the men (Abhisheik Bachchan, Bobby Deol, Neil Nitin Mukesh) who ....
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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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Don 2 - movie review
The Baadshah is back. And indeed he is! Being the second film of the franchise or “BRAND”, Don 2 creates buzz without much promotion in India. Shot at stunning locations in Switzerland, Germany, Malaysia and India. Speaking of the Don himself, Shah Rukh Khan. His acting is very natural and spontaneous and does not seem scripted. Every thing that he does on screen as Don -from his dialogue delivery, body language, look or style is truly DON. His performances in the stunt and action scenes are done very well. It is said to be the perfect crime and in fact it is! The first half of the film is comparatively slow with all the preparations taking place to commit “THE CRIME” while on the other hand the Interpol officers of Malaysia trying to catch Don in Berlin. The second half of Don 2 moves at a rapid pace and is more engaging, power packed with well executed action and stunt ....
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