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Aao Wish Karein, movie review
Aao Wish Karein is actor Aftab Shivdasani’s debut as a film producer bears a striking resemblance to the Hollywood flick Big. Mickey (Aftab Shivdasani) was on the threshold of being a teenager. His life was almost like a fairy tale, a beautiful family, best buddy 'Bonnie' and his angel on earth - Mitika. Mickey was head over heels in love with Mitika (Aamna Shariff). Aao Wish Karein movie review... If fairies walked on the surface of earth, then they would look like Mitika. The whole neighborhood thought the same. She was simple, beautiful and down to earth. Did she know Mickey? No, but she did notice his wicked T shirt. Then how would Mickey and Mitika ever become friends? For that she would have to believe in Fairy-tales, and eventually she did. But there was a little problem. Mickey was 12 and Mitika was 22. It was the worst day of his life when his whole world changed. He ....
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Aladin, movie review
From the land of myths and legends - India - comes a fantasy adventure for the entire family. Directed by Sujoy Ghosh, Aladin is a modern re-imagining of the classic tale of 'Aladin and the Magic Lamp'. Aladin movie review... Aladin Chatterjee (Riteish Deshmukh) lives in the city of Khwaish, an orphan who has been bullied since childhood by Kasim (Sahil Khan) and his gang for being the namesake of the fairy tale character. Often his classmates ridicule him by making him rub lamps through which no genie emerges. Poor Aladin. One fine day, his life changes when Jasmine (Jacqueline Fernandez) gives him a magic lamp - because it lets lose the genie Genius (Amitabh Bachchan). Much to his disbelief, the Genie (Amitabh Bachchan) does come out of the lamp. Genius is on the verge of retirement and has his last three wishes to grant to his final master Aladin. Ideally one would expect ....
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Mere Khwabon mein jo aaye, movie review
Mere Khwabon Mein Jo Aaye is really a simple story, about the triumph of spirit over every odd. And the power of the creative imagination - if you can dream it, you can have it. But perhaps the hardest thing in the world is to dream. Madhureeta Anand in her debut directorial venture shows some style and good narrative style where single frame of the film appears attractive. Being the story of Maya (Raima Sen) lives in New Delhi Mere Khwabon mein jo aaye. Maya is married to Vikram (Arbaaz Khan) and has a daughter Priya. Maya’s life is mundane and centers around her family. She always dreamed throughout these years of becoming a singer that never materialized. One evening she overhears a conversation between her husband and another woman and realises that he’s having an affair. Her simple, family centric life around her breaks down and she realises how Vikram had slowly degenerat ....
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God Tussi Great Ho, movie review
God Tussi Great Ho is a comedy bollywood film inspired by the American movie Bruce Almighty. The story is a simple in this sober and clean film which also carries a message.

A comedy in the beginning, it shifts its emphasis to other social issues.

Arun Prajapati (Salman Khan) is still struggling to be a successful TV anchor, but accomplishment has always eluded him. Frustrated, he blames it on God (Amitabh Bachchan) for not achieving his goal. Arun is head over heels in love with Alia Kapoor (Priyanka Chopra), a popular TV anchor working in the same channel. Having a complex within him, he has never been able to express his love for her. Arun feels more unsafe when Rocky (Sohail Khan) joins the channel as an anchor and he starts believing that Rocky will win Alia. Underperforming and being distraught, Arun is expelled from the channel. At the end of the worst day in his ....
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Thoda Pyaar Thoda Magic movie review
Thoda Pyaar Thoda Magic is the story of the country's top industrialist Ranbeer Talwar (Saif Ali Khan), one of the country’s top industrialists who is a loner, not by choice, but because he lost everyone he ever loved. He causes a car accident in which parents of four children are killed. He now faces a very peculiar and uncomfortable situation. In a rare and landmark court verdict, he is to look after 4 orphan children. The orphans hate him and want revenge from him. The children do not want to live with a man they hate; he too cannot face them or look at them in the eye for certain reasons. Their life together is very unhappy. One day they pray to God for help and he does help them. He sends his most mischievous, childlike, lovable angel to the rescue, with a mission to bring Ranbeer and the kids together. Geeta (Rani Mukerji) comes bicycling down a rainbow… and bursts int ....
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Thodi Life Thoda Magic, movie review
Our lives are spent living in set patterns, immersed in daily routines, compromising ourselves in relationships, both business and personal, all in the search of a secure future, unaware that life is passing us by. Thodi Life Thoda Magic movie review... Thodi Life Thoda Magic is a light hearted film that attempts to understand the reasoning in finding happiness in life with a story which attempts to understand the difference between mere existence and enjoying life with all its ups and downs. We see around that people’s lives are used up in finding the middle ground in relationships and in search of money. In these efforts to get through life, one tends to ignore smaller things which can influence one’s emotions. Based on this foundation, the film traces the explorations of MK (Jackie Shroff), a man who lives for the day and moment, and whose personality is underlined by a k ....
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Bhoothnath, movie review
It is believed that children have the strongest connection to God. In Bhoothnath, it is shown that they have the ability to perceive goodness in everything and everyone. It is believed a mother's love is selfless. But a child's love can transform relationships; it comes with no expectations and no boundaries. Their love can make you believe in miracles. This is a story about a seven-year-old naughty yet innocent boy, who unknowingly turns a foe into a friend. The film is about Banku and his friend, Bhoothnath…about innocence, honesty and the pure love of a child. A story about a little innocence, a little playfulness, and a lot of emotions that will touch hearts. This is a story that will show adults to see the world through the eyes of a child… an angel, a creation of God. It's then that one will realize what a beautiful world they live in after all. Bhoothnath begins with ....
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Dil Dosti Etc
Dil Dosti Etc. is set around students in Delhi University, boys' hostel, ragging, politics, love and ... Apurv (Imaad Shah) is a rich, cosmopolitan junior college student who makes friends with a senior, old fashioned Bihari student and college politician, Sanjay Mishra (Shreyas Talpade). While Apurv, a directionless innocent-looking lad, just wants to have fun in life through his amorous escapades with women, Sanjay, the senior student has a clear cut goal to do anything and everything to win that student president election. Apurv's has flings with a prostitute called Vaishali (Smriti Mishra). Being playful he also develops a liking for a school girl (Ishita Sharma). By day, he is chasing the school girl, and after sunset he visits Vaishali. Sanjay is the typical bashing up opponents types and sabotages his weaker candidates (competition). He comes across a rich model Prerna (N ....
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