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Blue, movie review
Blue is Bollywood’s first action thriller shot underwater and it’s a Rupees 100 Crores film as claimed by the producers. The deep blue Pacific Ocean lures everyone with promises of a large treasure. And like all treasures, it is not easy to reach. Guarded by sharks and the wild waters it is still waiting to be discovered. Blue movie review... A treasure lays buried deep at the bottom of an ocean. A British ship by the name ‘Lady in Blue’ full of treasure, sank while on its way to India. There are many people who want to get there by risking life, be it theirs or someone else’s. Blue starts off quite well with a brilliantly shot sequence where Akshay Kumar and Sanjay Dutt drive out a Shark from their underwater net. There are some breathtaking underwater shots, well conceived superb action scenes in this film which lacks a storyline. Sagar (Sanjay Dutt), Aarav (Aksha ....
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Chandni Chowk to China, movie review
Chandni Chowk to China, the first ever Bollywood Kungfu comedy takes you on a madcap journey from the by-lanes of Chandni Chowk in Delhi to Shanghai, the Great Wall and rural China, marrying in its wake hilarious gaga, breathtaking action, spectacular locations and heart stirring emotions. Our protagonist Sidhu (Akshay Kumar) is the lowest on the totem pole, cutting vegetables at a road side food stall in Chandni Chowk in Delhi. He longs to escape his dreary existence and look for shortcuts - with astrologers, tarot readers and fake fakirs - basically believing anything except himself, despite his father figure Dada's (Mithun Chakravorty) best efforts. Chandni Chowk to China movie review... His redeeming moment arrives when two strangers from China claim him as a reincarnation of a war hero in the past and take him to China. Sidhu now dreams of wine, women and a princely existence ....
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Rafoo Chakkar - Fun on the run, movie review
Love life, enjoy life and live life to the fullest – that is exactly the mindset of 4 central characters in Rafoo Chakkar - Fun on the run. Pappu (Yudhishtir), Munnu (Aslam Khan), Millie (Nishal Rawal) and Jullie (Nauheed Cyrussi) from the upper crust of society. Though they belong to different towns and have never met, when forced to get married by parents they RUN AWAY... The film opens with the brothers gatecrashing a beauty contest dressed up as drag queens, with a sole purpose of getting near to indulging in some smooching with the pretty contestants. Unfortunately, their father is the chief guest at the function where one of them trips on the ramp and they are exposed. What else now, the dad wants to get them married, and these boys don’t. On the run, the good-for-nothing brothers Pappu and Munnu meet and get attracted to the cute looking Millie and Jullie not realizing t ....
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Singh is Kinng, movie review
Lakhan ‘Lucky’ Singh (Sonu Sood) is the ‘King’ of the Australian underworld. He reaches this position after being erroneously jailed for a crime he didn't commit. Someone hides drugs in Lucky Singh's bag, and as soon as he reaches Australia, he is caught and jailed. Singh is Kinng movie review After completing the jail term he takes revenge by killing those involved, and eventually he becomes the king, accompanied by his group - Raftar Singh (Sudhanshu Pandey), Mika (Javed Jaffrey), Guruji (Kamal Chopra), Pankaj Udhas (Yashpal Sharma), Manoj Pawa and Neha Dhupia. Back in India, in his small village in Punjab there is our Happy Singh (Akshay Kumar), a simpleton, good natured sardar who is always ready to help anyone but ends up in a chaos, resulting in a lot of trouble and destruction. Even his best friend Rangeela (Om Puri) is disgusted with his misdeeds, more so the vil ....
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Money Hai Toh Honey Hai, movie review
Money Hai Toh Honey Hai is about this eventful and whirlwind journey of Bobby, a planner along with 5 losers: Lala bhai, a failed business man, Gaurav, an honest copy writer, Manik - a struggling model, Shruti, a struggling fashion designer and Ashima, a successful TV actress. After getting a call from a cranky old man whom they ignored initially, but later somehow decided to give it a thought. With loads of dream in their eyes, they all reach the resort and start enjoying their newfound positions that of the owners of a resort and textile industries. However, upon their arrival at the resort seperately, they realize Jaiswal called not one but all six of them. Will they be able to run the empire together or try to fight among themselves with Parag Batra, the loyal manager of Jaiswal standing on their way like a rock and instigating them against each other hoping to wipe them out ....
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Summer 2007 movie review
Summer 2007 is a hard-hitting film based on a pertinent issue; it has a touch of humanity and a noble story. It is the story of five medical students who experience a rude awakening of sorts when they visit a village in rural Maharashtra. The film opens with a peasant putting himself on fire - depicting the Vidarbha farmers' mass suicide. Summer 2007 movie review... In such a scenario, the five friends are faced with the tough option – to return to their comfortable lives or to do something for the villagers. But given the rural politics and the influence of those who are opposed to change, the going would certainly not be easy for the five. Sikander Kher comes up with a restrained yet impressive performance as a man undergoing inner transformation. Gul Panag the under rated actor is brilliant, Yuvika is fresh and glamorous. Arjan Bawja and Alekh Sanghal play their parts well. Sa ....
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Bombay to Bangkok, movie review
Nagesh Kukunoor in his latest film Bombay to Bangkok portrays that love has no boundaries and even can surpass language barriers. It is a cute romantic story with its heart in the right place. It also has a subplot within the plot, which comes as a surprise towards the end. Flow and treatment in this film is same as Kukunoor's earlier films, eventhough the byline screams 'same-same, but different'! Bombay to Bangkok has simple narration is simple; and some moments between Shreyas Talpade and Lina Christianson are handled very romantically. It is typically Kukunoor's expert execution of the story makes a difference. Shankar (Shreyas Talpade), a petty thief, in desperate need of money, steals from the local don (Naseeruddin Shah) and escapes his way alongwith a team of doctors heading for relief work to Bangkok. Unfortunately, he loses the all-important money bag in the chaos.. In ....
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50 Lakhs movie
This movie 50 Lakhs - has an interesting plot, an interesting idea which could have been executed a little more seriously, and it could be a hit thriller of the present times. However 50 Lakhs is a good attempt by the director, done at a shoe-string budget. It is all about five young friends in Hyderabad. These friends, four boys (Ramu, Shankar, Kumar, Vivek) and a girl (Aditi), are middle-class guys with middle-class aspirations. While, now here in Mumbai, mafia don Irfan Khan (Pawan Malhotra) decides to shift operations to Dubai. Since international airports are under surveillance and borders sealed, he hatches a plan to get into a domestic flight in Hyderabad with the Home Minister, and from there is a plan set forth. This is where 50 Lakhs scores over other mediocre films. Irfan decides to travel pretending to be somebody else, while four of his associates will hijack the fl ....
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Go - hindi movie review
Abhay Narula (Gautam) and Vasundhara Dave (Nisha Kothari) are neighbors and fall in love. They are from affluent families, their parents disapprove of their relationship and so they take off from their homes and rush towards Goa. Go movie review continues.... Everything was easy and beautiful until their motorbike breaks down. They get a lift by the injured Chief Minister's Personal Assistant who is fleeing the city since he has the audio cassette which proves that the CM is responsible for his deputy's murder. This injured PA to the CM dies on the way. Its adventure in the rains, dancing around, and running away from the killers who want the cassette at any cost. They also come across an assailant Ranga (Sherveer Vakil), a rogue cop Nagesh Rao (Kay Kay Menon) and a con-man Jagtap Tiwari (Rajpal Yadav). The storyline is short as told here. The director have therefore presente ....
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Kaafila movie review
'Kaafila’ is the story of the troubles of a bunch of illegal immigrants headed to the greener pastures of the developed world. A journey which is fraught with danger, constant struggle and pain. The story travels and unravels through half of the world – India, Russia, Eastern Europe, Afghanistan and Pakistan. Kaafila movie review   Sunny Deol plays a man with clear conscience and a generous heart... And he is a devout Pakistani – a robust agent of ISI. All throughout the movie, events remind us constantly about the film’s theme which is about illegal immigration and human trafficking. The real-life incident of Malta Boat Tragedy is shown in which more than 300 illegal immigrants perished. The story also has other interesting angles like Russian mafia, a scientist with plutonium, Taliban, and much more... The movie has also some romantic sequences where Sunny ....
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