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Whats your Rashee? movie review
Based on the Gujarati novel Kimball Ravenswood by Madhu Rye, Whats your Rashee ? is Ashutosh Gowariker's first romantic comedy, starring Harman Baweja and Priyanka Chopra. Priyanka Chopra plays twelve different characters depicting the twelve zodiac signs. Each character has a trait related to each respective zodiac sign. Whats your Rashee ... Never before have the sun and the moon played such an important role in romance. Whats your Rashee? movie review... What's your Rashee? is the story of Yogesh Patel, a young man who in his heart has always wanted a love marriage. Till suddenly he is told that he must find the dream girl within ten days to save his family from utter ruin. Finding the dream girl is tough enough. Finding her in a hurry is even tougher. Yogesh Patel (Harman Buweja), an NRI living in Chicago has been summoned back to India for his multi-million dollar inherit ....
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Morning Walk, movie review
Arup Dutta's directorial debut Morning Walk is shot in Kolkata. That one morning walk in Joymohan's life changes it all... Morning Walk movie review... Suffering a heart-attack one morning, on his birthday, Joymohan (Anupam Kher) a professor in Kolkata, realizes that he needs to spend more time with his family. This incident prompts him to move to Mumbai to be with his son (Rajit Kapoor), daughter-in-law Rita (Divya Dutta) and grand-daughter Gargi (Avika Gor) and mend broken bridges of the past. His son and grand daughter Gargi are delighted, but his daughter-in-law Rita is somewhat uncomfortable having him with them.. It is during his "Morning Walk" that his life changes forever. He meets his once-upon-a-time-student and friend Neelima (Sharmila Tagore), a yoga teacher and now a mother of two, who carries with her a strange but surreal truth. Neelima was a student of a coll ....
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Suno na, movie review
Its nice to see debut of creative directors in bollywood and Amy Thanawala's Suno Na - Ek Nanhi Aawaz is about a small town girl from Andhra Pradesh. Anupama (Tara Sharma) is a small town innocent girl who becomes pregnant before marriage. Anupama, break up with her boyfriend when she becomes pregnant with his child. She is about to commit suicide, however, Anupama takes the brave step of deciding to keep the child against her family’s wishes. Suno na... review... Anu now has a reason to live, so she moves to Mumbai with her friend Raina (Rinku Patel) and gets herself a job as a secretary in a firm. Being pregnant, she starts hearing her unborn child talking to her, and she is excited, she chats with it every now and then. Unsure of whether it's a boy or a girl, they call it 'Sammy', and even more exciting, is that Sammy is a good support to her in difficult times. Now Samm ....
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Ek Vivah aisa bhi, movie review
Chandni (Eesha Koppikhar) belongs to a middle-class family, living in one of the tiny by lanes of old Bhopal. Her little world consists of her doting father, her two younger siblings Anuj and Sandhya and her music. Chandni, who is deeply attached to her school going brother and sister, is trained in classical and folk music. Ek Vivah aisa bhi review... She falls in love with Prem (Sonu Sood) while practicing for a stage performance and is happily looking forward to their engagement. Her father's death comes as a big blow and suddenly from being a naive 'bride-to-be' she dons the mantle of being the bread winner of her family. Prem hails from a rich business family. He is an unconventional ghazal singer full of mischief and pranks... He annoys his mother no end by focus on his music rather than the family business. The minute he sets eyes on Chandni, he falls head over heels in love ....
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Tahaan, movie review
A fable-like journey of the eponymous eight year old boy, Tahaan (Paurav Bhandare) lives with his grandfather (Victor Banerjee), his mother Haba (Sarika) and older sister Zoya (Sana Shaikh) in the serene meadows of Kashmir. They all live in the hope that someday Tahaan's father who's been missing for over three years, will return. This lil boy spends his time in the meadows with his sheep and closest friend Birbal, his donkey, and conjures up a million questions about this world for his grandfather to answer. Grandpa’s profound teachings help Tahaan to choose the right path at the time of grave difficulties. Tahaan's mother is a powerful character representing the woman who stands strong in the face of hardships. The little boy's 14 year old sister Zoya provides great support to her mother. Her concern for her little brother Tahaan's well being makes her pivotal in bridging the gap ....
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Kismat Konnection, movie review
In college Raj Malhotra (Shahid Kapur) was at the top. In academics, sports, dramatics and touted as the next cover of Time magazine. He is wondering why a brilliant architect like him is grasping at straws to keep afloat. He has got some negative kismat following him around because whenever something good is about to happen, it seems he is doomed to fail. He is on the verge of losing confidence in him, on his luck. Kismat Konnection movie review... Hiten Patel (Vishal Malhotra) is Raj’s best friend and. He is impulsive and eager to rush into situations, without thinking things through. But he is also loyal and will stand by Raj through the worst of problems and impending bankruptcy. Desperate to fight this cursed kismat that's hell bent on playing such mean tricks on him, Raj meets a quirky oracle, Hasina Banu Jaan (Juhi Chawla) who is a Clairvoyant, fortune teller. She has got ....
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Sirf, movie review
Like a lone highway at night, in life, we never know what awaits us next. Yet we keep living in the hope of a better tomorrow. Sirf, movie review... We base all our happiness on one thing that is missing in our life, which we see in other's lives. We feel that the possession of this one missing thing would mean the end of all our problems. We'll never know if this missing thing lives up to our expectations. But one thing is for sure. In pursuit of this "one" missing thins, we often go to any extent to achieve it, thus complicating what could be a simple and blissful life. Gaurav (Kay Kay Menon) and Devika (Manisha Koirala) belong to the cream of high society. They have everything one could wish for. Still they are not happy as their relationship lacks something, which even they fail to figure out. Akash (Ranvir Shorey) and Namita (Sonali Kulkarni) are working couple belonging to ....
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Rama Rama Kya Hai Dramaaa, movie review
Debutante director S. Chandrakant attempts to weave humor in the plot which leaves the movie light hearted, that is Rama Rama Kya Hai Dramaaa. Santosh (Rajpal Yadav) is a disillusioned man, single-n-looking in search of a perfect wife who can be humble and ideally carry all his orders well. He marries to Shanti (Neha Dhupia) who is a small town girl but later finds that Shanti is not the one who he had desired. This marriage was fixed with the help of his neighbors Mr and Mrs Khurana (Anupam Kher and Rati Agnihotri) with a positive attitude. Later on it is this senior couple who have to bear with petty differences and trivial clashes between this newly married couple. Shanti too, is unhappy with her husband's attitude and this is not what she had yearned for. Then some trivial differences start popping up and now, getting fed up by his wife, Santosh starts day dreaming and imagi ....
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Welcome
Yet another rib tickling film by director Anees Bazmee who continues his successful run in comedy movies and this time a bit of more drama and masala to make the proceedings more tangy. Loads of laughter in Welcome. Uday Shetty (Nana Patekar), Majnu bhai (Anil Kapoor) and their boss Sikander (Feroz Khan), are basically the comical yet dangerous mobsters. They are keen to get Uday's sister Sanjana (Katrina Kaif) married into a respectable family. Majnubhai happens to meet a handsome bachelor Rajiv (Akshay Kumar) by chance and is convinced that the Rajiv would be an appropriate match for Sanjana. Sanjana, being totally unaware of her brother's plans, happens to get into a dramatic encounter with Rajiv and they fall in love. Rajiv's uncle Dr. Ghunghroo (Paresh Rawal), being unaware of the fact that she is a gangster's sister approves the idea, but when he comes to know of her actual f ....
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Taare Zameen Par
Aamir Khan popularly known as a "thinking actor" is also particularly gifted with imagery. Taare Zameen Par which is Aamir Khan's debut as a director is a landmark film! It is a heart-warming tale of a small child who has learning difficulties and is largely misunderstood by his teachers and even his parents. Taare Zameen Par is a story of a playful eight year old boy Ishaan Awasthi (Darsheel Safary) who is naughty, playful and lives in his own world. He is lagging in his school subjects, doesn't listen, but gifted with a nice sense of imagination. A child nowadays, lagging academically is termed as a below average child. Ishaan has a very normal family - hard working dad, a committed mom, loving and intelligent elder brother, who is an example of a perfect good boy. In contrast, Ishaan is always mocked by his fellow students and often he would get into fights with them. For his sc ....
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