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Miley naa Miley Hum - movie review
Chirag Mehra (Chirag Paswan) is a grown up kind hearted young guy who is always eager to help the poor people. He is a wonderful individual and seems to be liked by one and all. Miley naa Miley Hum movie review... His parents have separated so he has to be half the time with his father Mr Mehra (Kabeer Bedi) who is comfortably rich and owns acres of vineyard. While he is not with his dad, he spends rest of his time with his super-rich mother (Poonam Dhillon) and accompanies her to office and other corporate meets. Chirag wants to pursue his passion for tennis and his heart lies in this sport. But his mother disapproves this sport since it was her former husband’s passion too. So the mom tags him along to the office and her business meetings. He is of an age where usually the guys date girls and have girl friends. But our guy seems to indulge in helping the needy all the time, ....
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Tell me O Kkhuda - movie review
Tell Me O Kkhuda is the story of a girl’s search for her parents. Else, why, one may ask should she leave the cocoon of luxury and comfort and embark on a turbulent journey to seek her roots? Tell Me O Kkhuda gives a most plausible reason for Tanya to chase her near impractical dreams and what follows is an array of dramatic and dangerous escapades into the wilds of Turkey, the deserts of Rajasthan and the carnival crazy Goa. Tanya Kapoor (Esha Deol) has been brought up by her parents (Farooque Shaikh and Dipti Naval). She has everything in life, a family, nice lifestyle and now, a boyfriend, Jai (Arjan Bajwa). By chance, Tanya comes across some documents which show that she is not the biological daughter of her parents but is rather adopted by them. Crestfallen she is, and so she decides to locate her parents. She finds out from the municipal office that a fire had broken ....
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Jaana Pehchana - movie review
‘Jaana Pehchana’ is a sequel to the Rajshree Productions film ‘Ankhiyon ke Jharokhon se’ (1978), a love story which left us on a tragic note when a young Arun Mathur (Sachin) was left alone after his soulmate Lily Fernandes (Ranjeeta) dies of cancer, leaving him in immense pain. Jaana Pehchana movie review... Now after 32 years, ‘Jaana Pehchana’ reintroduces Arun Mathur, who has battled the agony of his past and has risen to be a successful entrepreneur and philanthropist, motivated by the memories of his beloved Lily to do noble work and touch people’s lives. Life has always been one of struggle and loneliness for Arun, who could never let go of his past. One day like a breath of fresh air walks in Asha Dayal (Ranjeeta), a successful writer who is on a mission to write Arun’s biography. Asha lands up at Arun’s office, in spite of being repeatedly warned that h ....
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Mummy Punjabi - movie review
Mummy Punjabi is the 'New Age Mother India', with today's grandeur, intensity, humour & emotions. With the story rooted in Chandigarh, it is about a Punjabi urban mother balances tradition with her own value system. The movie Mummy Punjabi brings to life her realistic vision of life, the joys, pleasures, as well as the social forces experienced by her and the family. To begin with, it is a melodramatic film where the protagonist Baby Arora (Kirron Kher) finds her husband (Kanwaljit Singh) boring as she flirts with her childhood friend Mannu (Shroff) who still holds a flame for her. But she keeps her sons (Viraf Patel and Sachin Sharma) on a tight leash whereas gives full freedom to her daughter. Like any typical Indian mom, she wants a simple Indian girl as her daughter in law for one son, and wants an NRI doctor for the other. She is lucky and gets exactly what she wa ....
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Bas Ek Tamanna - movie review
A Muslim culture film based in the scenic settings of Lucknow and Dubai thats Bas Ek Tamanna. Bas Ek Tamanna is a story of a middle-class muslim family of three in Lucknow, where the mother Najma (Reema Lagoo), is the sole earner and wishes to go for Hajj with her self-earned money. There is an ailing husband Nadeem, who is restricted to the wheelchair and she has a son Faraaz (Sameer Aftab) who works as a part time guide waiting to get a proper job. Faraaz is on his normal spree as a guide with a few school kids and with a sweet gesture of his, he is noticed by a lady Sameera (Rituparna Sengupta), who had just come to Lucknow from Dubai and wants him to show her around the place. Faraaz spends the next few days with Sameera showing around the various historic monuments of Lucknow. She admires him all the more after they have been together for so long. At the end of her trip she ....
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Milta Hai Chance by Chance - movie review
Milta hai Chance by Chance is a comedy flick and the only star in this film is Gracy Singh of Lagaan and Munnabhai MBBS. The talented Gracy Singh is playing a girl called Megha who enjoys the part of a radio jockey in this drama. Megha is a career oriented girl and though she is a high-spirited, easy-going and a lively lass, she thinks that one should always think of making a career in life first. How important it is for the youngsters to prove themselves in work or their field of work first and then think of marriage. Gracy Singh and Aslam are forced by circumstances, to get married instantly. At that instant they are travelling in a car. But instantly they decide to turn the car back ride into a mandap and kidnap a pundit. This priest performs the rites in the car itself and the lighter becomes the sacred fire! While traveling in a car, thankfully, it is an open car and the c ....
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Hair is Falling - movie review
Hey guys! Do you have a problem of Hair Fall? Hair is Falling? Well, this film is for you then. Hair is Falling deals with the problem of premature hair fall. Kya aap baalo ke jhadne se pareshaan hain? So now you don’t have to visit hair salons because this season there is a film which will show you how to solve this problem of yours permanently. A Media World presentation, the first half of the film is hilarious and it is about youth and their college life. Post interval there are attempts to entertain, but it fails in showing tricks and techniques of growing hair and appears very cynical trying to have a balance of comedy and seriousness. Hair is Falling begins with a title theme which narrates the story about the youngster who faces this problem. This college boy is into fashion and modeling and now he faces the problem of hair loss but does not take is seriously. So ....
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Chillar Party - movie review
Chillar Party is a wonderful Bollywood children's film directed by Nitesh Tiwari and Vikas Bahl. It is produced by Salman Khans SKBH Productions (Salman Khan Being Human Productions). Chillar Party movie review... The child-artists have some funny nicknames such as Silencer, Aflatoon, Shaolin, etc. And it also features Ranbir Kapoor in an item-number - 'Tai Tai Phiss'. It is a film about a gang of innocent but feisty children who lead a carefree and fun filled life in Chandan Nagar colony. Chillar party refers to a bunch of kids who are residents of a society named as Chandan Nagar in Mumbai. They are mischievous but are tolerated by the society members who adore them. One day, an orphan Fatka (Irrfan Khan) enters the society with his dog Bhidu. Initially the resident kids has problems with the newcomers but soon, are accepted as friends and they become an inseparable part of Ch ....
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West is West - movie review
West is West continues on from the 1999 hit film East is East which was the story about that family set in 1971 in England. It is now 1976, in Salford, Manchester, England, and remaining members of the Khan family go through their on-going struggle of the elder family members deeply entrenched in traditionally Pakistani values. So it’s the old customs versus the youngsters who were born in Britain and have an upbringing amid the British culture. West is West movie review. Sixty year old George Khan (Om Puri) who is the head of the family is still very much acting as the family dictator – enforcing his beliefs upon his family – much against the trend among the new generation. There are Tariq (Jimi Mistry), Auntie Annie (Leslay Nicole) and Maneer (Emil Marwa) in the family. The protagonist is Sajid (Aqid Khan), the youngest of the children who is now a teenager, 13 year old ....
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Stanley Ka Dabba - movie review
Amole Gupta has made this path breaking film Stanley Ka Dabba with a limited budget. It was shot entirely using the Canon EOS 7D camera which saved huge amount in the making. But do not let this make you wonder about the film. Stanley Ka Dabba is an honest film which will make you laugh, cry and feel for the school children. Stanley (Partho) is a fourth grade student, talented and popular amongst his friends, also liked by his teachers. But one peculiar thing about this boy, is that he never brings his lunch box or 'dabba' to the school. Imagine this boy in your mind's eye. He arrives in school much before any of his classmates to drum away his blues on empty benches. He stuffs himself with water instead of the nutritious food that his schoolmates relish during the lunch break. There is a Hindi teacher Verma Sir (Amole Gupte) who is popularly called as 'Khadoos', who likes to ....
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