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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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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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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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Azaan - movie review
The exotic locales of South Africa, Thailand, Germany, Morocco, France, India, Poland and China are beautifully showcased in Azaan, which is an action thriller dealing with global threats of terrorism stemming from cross religious misconceptions engulfing the world at a fast pace today. Azaan movie review... India is a country with a tenuous hold over its people, power and future; and also one of the top 5 economies of the world. A nuclear power with staggering levels of poverty. It has a population of 1.2 billion; while some think this is its biggest curse, others believe it to be its possible strength. What if this very population was used as a weapon against India itself? As science and technology breaks new grounds, the face of global terrorism gets ugly. One person who personifies this in his ambitions, intelligence and absolute amorality is Doctor (Sajid Hassan), an ex-CIA ....
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Force - movie review
Very rarely the viewer is treated with good action in a bollywood film. Force is such a film which has logical action and each of the stunts can be reasoned out. Unlike other bollywood flicks where the hero jumps in the air, travels a long distance and then kicks multiple bad guys and then he safely lands on both his feet. Thankfully, this film is devoid of such action. Force movie review... A stylized thriller among the new wave of Indian films paying homage to the seminal Indian action genre, ‘FORCE’ combines state-of-the-art fight sequences and thrills with an original romantic narrative, delivering an abundance of on-screen energy and vigor that will have audiences gripped from the opening sequence to the end credits. Directed by the critically acclaimed, Filmfare and National Award winning Nishikant Kamat ‘FORCE’ is a contemporary action romance and a Hindi reinterpret ....
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Bodyguard - movie review
Bodyguard is a romantic action film, a remake of the 2010 Malayalam film of the same name. Salman Khan has an image of a star carrying a unique attitude and style of doing things, delivering punch lines and an overall aura around him which overshadows all the other characters in the movie. He continues to ride on this image after success of his previous films Wanted, Dabang and Ready. Bodyguard movie review... For the innocent and honest Lovely Singh (Salman Khan), nothing in the world matters more than hus duty as a bodyguard. A man of his word, Lovely Singh would rather die than be disloyal to his employer. Salman Khan brings out his signature earthy charm, straightforwardness and grit through the character of Lovely Singh. Divya (Kareena Kapoor) is an obedient daughter, but vibrant and mischievous by nature. She uses her brilliance in order to escape from the overbearin ....
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Sahi Dhandhe Galat Bande - movie review
Sahi Dhandhe Galat Bande is the story of a gang comprised of four friends- Rajbir (Parvin Dabas), Sexy(Vansh Bharadwaj), Ambani (Ashish Nayyar) and Doctor (Kuldip Ruhil) who are given a job which will give them enough money to make all their dreams come true, but to achieve the same they will have to go against their conscience and the village, Kanjhawla, to which they belong. Sahi Dhandhe Galat Bande movie review... Rajbir is an orphan and belongs to Kanjhawla village. He is 31, and his friends Ambani, Sexy and Doctor work with him for Fauji. He is the defacto leader of the group and other guys look unto him. He is the most introspective of the gang and gets along with Doctor the most. Goading them on to make this job successful is their boss, Fauji (Sharat Saxena), who stands to gain the most from the job’s success and realize his dreams of becoming a politician. He has been in ....
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Singham - movie review
Singham is a hard core action film, an action film like no other with a universal appeal and has something to take home for everyone. It is a remake of the 2010 Tamil film Singam featuring Suriya and Anushka Shetty and directed by Hari. In recent times even as action movies have gained immense popularity amongst cine goers there is a void for earthy action films with elements of heroism, idolism, machismo and valor. Among the things which work in favour of this film doesn’t have any item numbers like what is in vogue in every other Bollywood film. Exciting are the scenes where Bajirao Singham confronts the villain Jaikant Shirke every time. Singham is a loud melodramatic film about an upright cop who is cornered by a power-crazed criminal who runs unlawful businesses like kidnapping, ransom in the guise of being a respectable citizen. The story begins in a Goa city Police S ....
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Bbuddah Hoga Terra Baap - movie review
The magic is still there, the appeal is still evident the moment he appears on the screen and his dialogues in that baritone voice. It is Amitabh Bachchan returning as the angry ‘young’ man. But Bbuddah Hoga Terra Baap is full of flashy dresses, over the top acting in a film which leans on a thin storyline. Puri Jagannadh, the Telugu film director makes the 69-year-old Amitabh Bachchan enact the role of a defiant, flashy hit man in his angry young man of the 70s and 80 style. Dare not call him a ‘Buddah’, lest you face his anger. Single handedly he handles the baddies, but also has a soft side too. He gets the best lines to deliver which make the audience clap and cheer at several occasions. 'Vijju is a contract killer who returns to Mumbai after being in Paris. It will be his last assignment of his profession. He is flamboyant, arrogant and hits back to those who call h ....
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Ready - movie review
Set amidst the appealing locales of Thailand, ‘Ready’ revolves around Prem (Salman Khan), the sole heir to a sprawling empire owned by his father and uncles. Prem’s father desires that he gets married and settles down, though Prem intends to enjoy his single status to the fullest. The would be bride is arriving by air, but Prem and his uncle goof up at the airport and come across another girl named Sanjana (Asin), who has just fled from her own wedding. Ready movie review... Sanjana pretends to be Pooja herself (the girl who was to come to Prem’s house). She wins the hearts of the entire Kapoor family, except Prem, who doesn’t approve her. Meanwhile, Sanjana's uncles, Amar Choudhary (Akhilendra Mishra), and Suraj Choudhary (Sharat Saxena), who are rivals are on the lookout for the girl. Each of them is trying to get her married with their own brother-in-laws. Sanjan ....
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