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Ishq Tera film review
Ishq Tera is a psychological thriller based on the subject of split personality. It makes one wonder what if you fall so madly in love which leads to the question about whether you would accept your love blindly? Hrishitaa Bhatt and Mohit Madaan play the husband and wife in this sensitive film which later turns into a thriller in the second half. Ishq Tera is based on real life events of a woman with a broken mind and a man with a broken heart. The story of how men prey stealthily on the disturbed woman as her man fights to free her mind and win her heart, again and again and again. Are we all who we seem to be, or is there someone else inside of us? Is the husband who he says he is or is he the one responsible for her madness and the prime cause for her broken mind and broken heart? What if you fell in love with a young lovely woman and that too on the day her mother gets sh ....
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Married 2 America - movie review
The film opens with a man made disaster. The Dam designed and executed in its erection was carried out by a US multinational and it was headed by a talented NRI Ravi. Married 2 America movie review... Ravi Malhotra, an NRI living in the US, works for the mighty Larsan & Jason, a US based multinational which is into huge infrastructure projects throughout the world. They build dams and bridges. One of its recent contracts was in India - the Dharbhanga Dam project in Bihar in the district of Saurabhpur. It was planned and executed with a hundred years warranty, by their top architect and engineer Ravi Malhotra. But within a few years, three of the dam's gates are burst open, leaving hundreds of people dead, thousands are rendered homeless and public property worth crores washed down in floods. The Indian government is contemplating suing the company for damages worth 2 billion ....
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Valentines Night - movie review
It is Valentines Night when the love birds come together and a time for some partying. On the flip side it is this day that several love stories break up on this day. Two timing individuals are exposed and sometimes misunderstandings break up the relationships. Written by the former Tehelka scribe Kumar Baadal, the film Valentines Night unfolds events of five characters that are in Delhi, the capital city of India. Two boys and three girls who are heart broken with their respective partners on this Valentines. Sanjana (Payal Rohatgi) is shattered when she is rejected by the love of her life – her boss (Sangram Singh). Andy catches his girlfriend red handed cheating on him. Aditi goes to a pub with her would be husband where she finds him dancing with other female. Similar is the case of Milind (Sunny Hinduja), Maya (Jyoti Ahlawat) and Ekta (Shikhi Gupta). So these young and co ....
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Chargesheet - movie review
He was the most dashing personalities of his times for whom girls used to die for. Dev Anand, the evergreen hero is back with his new film Chargesheet. The story of Chargesheet is about Sultanbhai (Naseeruddin Shah) who is an underworld don based in Dubai, and has promised Maria, his mistress a big budget Bollywood film. So Maria lands in India and visits the sets of a big budget film which is entirely being shot in Panchgani in Maharashtra. Mahesh (Jackie Shroff) is the director of this film which is being financed by the Dubai don. Mahesh as a director has given many hit films in the past with his heroine Minnie Singh (Divya Dutta) but is less inclined to repeat her in the new venture as he has to launch Maria via this film. If she is not given the main lead in this new film, the established actress Minnie Singh threatens the director to expose him in front of his family ab ....
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Murder 2 - movie review
Murder 2 is the sequel to the 2004 film which has Mallika Sherawat – Enraan Hashmi's Murder. It is an unofficial remake of the South Korean movie The Chaser. The story of Murder 2 is about a serial killer, murdering all the girls in the flesh trade. He is being tracked by a detective an ex cop played by Emraan Hashmi. Arjun Bhagwat (Emraan Hashmi) is an ex-cop, who used to work for Goa police. He has no other source of income, so wants money and earns his bread by doing all wrong and good things. He is an atheist and doesn't believe in God, but in contrast, he regularly visits church to donate off and on big money to orphans. There is a pimp-cum-gangster -Sameer, who has been going through the bad phase of his business due to disappearance of his hookers. Sameer thinks it is only Arjun Sir who would investigative and locate the missing girls for which a big amount is offered t ....
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404 - movie review
Now here is stylish paranormal drama - 404. We have a prime Medical Institution and a world renowned Professor. Like any other fresher, Abhimanyu (Rajwir Aroraa) gets admission into a medical school with usual hope and aspiration. Entering a medical college and he becomes a victim of ragging. 404 - movie review... The difference is that Abhimanyu’s senior, Chris (Imaad Shah) has given him the task to research the life and times of a student who committed suicide in the hostel. For doing this the new student shifts to the haunted room – room no: 404. Our brave chap Abhimanyu begins well and opts to live in the unoccupied, supposedly haunted room, but soon things get spooky. There is also a professor of psychiatry, Aniruddh (Nishikant Kamath) who is impressed with Abhimanyu's rationality and tenacity when he decides to dispel all rumours and moves into a room that has been forbi ....
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Yeh Faasley - movie review
Arunima (Tena Desae) is the daughter of one of the biggest builders in town, Devinder Dua (Anupam Kher). She is happy to be home after finishing her studies. Yeh Faasley movie review... Arunima returns home after a long stint in boarding school. Life is great for Arunima who is looking forward to a pleasant time with her father but also misses her mother and wishes that she were alive. She finds contentment in the fact that her mother and father loved each other and were happy for as long as they were together. Her father is generous and loving but slowly Arunima discovers that his version of how her mother died isn't the whole truth. Dev Dua is a gregarious man who loves his daughter a lot, but has a dual personality of being loud and boastful sometimes, and then a kind and understanding person at other times. However, one day to her surprise, Arunima finds a "will" written ....
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Utt Pataang, movie review
Vinay Pathak, an established name in the ‘small’ films circuit plays a double role in this thriller Utt Pataang directed by Srikanth V. Velagaleti. Utt Pataang starts quite promisingly and is a thrilling comedy flick about several incidents occurring during a night. Utt Pataang isn’t a brainless comedy as the name suggests. Yet it has eccentric characters, nursing broken hearts and desperately longing for love. The film is basically an account of happenings on one particular night. Ram (Vinay Pathak) is a 35-year-old ordinary guy from Mumbai who has been ditched by his rough and foul-mouthed lady love Sanjana (Mahie Gill).. Nandu (Saurabh Shukla) is Ram’s friend a rather clueless, inept detective. While having dinner at a restaurant, Ram and Nandu meet Koyal (Mona Singh), a small-town girl who has been betrayed by her boyfriend. The cunning Nandu hooks up Ram with Koyal ....
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Apartment, movie review
Apartment was earlier titled 'Roommates', is inspired by the Hollywood film ‘Single White Female’ starring Bridget Fonda and Jennifer Jason Leigh. Preeti Sengupta (Tanushree Dutta) is an airhostess who is scouting for a place to live in Mumbai. She manages to find an apartment (flat) and lives in living in with her boyfriend Karan Malhotra (Rohit Roy). Their flat is on the 8th floor of the multi storey building and they have a single, elderly neighbour Anupam Kher, who is a struggling poet and lyricist. Apartment movie review... The drawback of Preeti is that she is very possessive and has a doubting nature. Once, when she mistakenly suspects Karan to be unfaithful, she throws her boyfriend out of the house. Karan contributed towards half of the monthly payment for their apartment. Now that Preeti cannot afford the payment of the flat on her own, so on her friend’s advice, ....
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Karma, movie review
Vikram (Carlucci Weyant) and his bride Anna (Alma Saraci) are residing in New York for the past thirty years. Vikram is estranged and separated from his father Ranvir (Vijayendra Ghatge). On Anna’s insistence, Vikram decides to visit his father in Ooty with his bride Anna and thus they land from New York to Ooty in South India. Karma movie review... The couple is comfortable in Ooty, but only for a day or two, since the moment Anna alights from the train that brings them to the small town, she unwittingly becomes the medium of events including visions of a murder that took place in the woods surrounding Vikram's father's home thirty years ago. With little love by Vik for his father, it is Anna, who is an orphan and wants to rebuild the frayed family relationships. The dad and daughter-in-law bond instantly hits off. The palatial mansion suddenly perks up with the new arrivals, ev ....
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