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Sorry Bhai, movie review
Sorry Bhai deals with a very delicate topic, handled with innocence by the director Onir. It deals with a girl falling for her fiancé’s brother and manages to show the predicaments of the characters very realistically... without making them black or white… The older brother Harsh (Sanjay Suri) is the modern day ambitious man who wants to be successful in life and have a life full of luxury for himself and his wife – to - be without realizing that there is a price to be paid for everything. He is the kind of man who gives his work priority over his relationships, someone who likes to push things under the carpet, and often runs away from reality. Harsh has always been the simpler, uncomplicated brother. Going to Mauritius on a scholarship made him even more ambitious and motivated to succeed.He is getting married to Aaliyah, (Chitrangda Singh) the bride to be who is a product ....
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Yuvvraaj, movie review
Yuvvraaj is a musical drama of a fragmented family of three brothers Gyanesh Yuvvraaj (Anil Kapoor), Deven Yuvvraaj (Salman Khan) and Danny Yuvvraaj (Zayed Khan) who are hostile and play games with each other to inherit their father's wealth. Their father dies and leaves the whole inheritance to Gyanesh Yuvvraaj, the eldest one who is Mentally retarded. Gyanesh, the autistic eldest brother is the centerpiece of all action. All he longs for is love and the enormous inheritance has no impact on him. He is brilliant in all aspects of music. A quarrel with his father was reason enough for Deven Yuvvraaj to leave home and live as a struggling singer. He is in love and wants to marry the girl - Anushka (Katrina Kaif) but her father wants her to marry someone else. Therefore he signs a contract with the girl’s dad Dr. Banton (Boman Irani) that in 40 days, he will become a billionaire in ....
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Dostana, movie review
Its all happening in the Beach Party Capitol of the world... Miami is the setting for Dostana - serving a cocktail of all ingredients to do with friendship, fun frolic and that thing called Love... but with a slight twist – there’s a small cause of pretence to be Gay! Sameer (Abhishek Bachchan) in his early thirties was born and raised in London. He works as a male nurse at St. Steve's hospital. A goofy kind of guy, who yet has the ability to charm his way into anybody's life. Sameer is the man with the plan. Plans that he seldom thinks through its consequences. Kunal (John Abraham) is a guy in his early thirties. Tall, suave, confident and good looking who has this brooding quality about him that makes girls swoon over him, which he plays to his full advantage. He's a fashion photographer who is pretty straight edged, responsible and an organized man who has his life in order ....
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Dasvidaniya, movie review
Dasvidaniya is a superb story about the realization through the eyes of a dying man. It is a bittersweet comedy about Amar Kaul who is diagnosed with cancer and how he spends the last three months of his life. The film flows through to your heart effortlessly which leaves you with a lump in the throat at times or giggling away at the jokes it throws at you. This film will also make you identify and even fall in love with the simpleton 'loser'. Shy and quiet Amar Kaul lived a mundane run of the mill life - like millions of others. Amar is a 37-year-old timid and lonely bachelor living with his eccentric old mother (Sarita Joshi) who has a hearing problem and is an addict to soap operas on television. Amar’s existence was non-existent to people around him. And then one day a doctor told him that he will die within 3 months. In a hurry Amar Kaul rushed to make a list of things to ....
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Deshdrohi, movie review
The film produced by Bhojpuri filmmaker Kamal Khan, who also plays the lead in Deshdrohi, is about a north Indian migrant’s struggle in Mumbai. Desh Drohi is about politics, corruption & a common man. Raja, a small-town migrant comes to Mumbai in search of a decent job and gets entangled in the local - North Indians issue, eventually he gets involved in a fight with anti-social elements and succumbs to death. He goes through a hell when he is abused, beaten up, and even politically manipulated. Raja has left his father and his love - Neha back in village. In Mumbai, he meets Shekhar who works as a watchman in the tinsel town. He also comes across the beautiful girl Sonia who works for Baba Kadam, a drug dealer. In one incident Raja happens to save Sonia from the anti- group of Baba Kadam and both. He falls in love with her. Finding the survival in Mumbai tough, especial ....
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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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EMI, movie review
Sattar (Sanjay Dutt) owner of Good Luck Recovery Agency is the saviour and the solution for all those ever caught in the debt trap in the movie EMI. From bhaigiri to business to politics to social work - that's how Sattar wants to progress in life. He has already graduated from bhaigiri to business and is now eager to jump into politics. Most sought after by banks, telecom companies and various multinationals, today his Good Luck Recovery Agency is Number 1 in India. Sattar follows a simple rule when it comes to his business - Loan liya hai to chukao, shaadi kiya hai to nibhao... EMI is a pick on the easy-to-get but taxing-to-hold loans and credits. It’s a narrative of interconnecting characters coming from different strata and style. Anil and Shilpa (Ashish Choudhary and Neha Uberoi) want to begin their lives together. They look at everything as a couple. They have along and fru ....
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Fashion, movie review
Fashion is a story of the rise and fall of an aspiring supermodel Meghna Mathur (Priyanka Chopra). Priyanka has come out with a strong performance finding her own standing in an industry known for ruthlessness and fickleness. A smart aspiring model from Chandigarh, Meghna comes to Mumbai to pursue her dream of becoming a supermodel, against her dad's wishes. She leaves her house with dreams to strike it big in the modeling world. However she experiences some major difficulties in her initial days in Mumbai, auditioning several times and getting rejected. Luckily, she gets a good helping hand from an old acquaintance, Rohit (Ashwin Mushran) an aspiring gay designer who assists big shot designer Vinay Khosla (Harsh Chhaya). She keeps coming across another struggling male model, Maanav (Arjan Bajwa) who even helps her to share his accommodation. Rohit takes Meghna to a top designer ....
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Golmaal Returns, movie review
Golmaal Returns is a sequel to the 2006 film Golmaal. Gopal (Ajay Devgan) is a loving husband whose most innocent actions are misunderstood by his suspicious wife Ekta (Kareena Kapoor). Ekta is a great homemaker but a very suspicious wife who watches Saas Bahu serials 24/7. She loves her husband but doesn't trust him. Even when he hasn't done anything, her overactive imagination makes her believe the worst of him. And then he's accused of murder. And the only person who can save him is a beautiful girl he spent the night with. And this is the last thing he wants to tell his wife! Ekta's brother Lucky (Tusshar Kapoor) cannot speak and is stuck between his sister and brother-in-law. He loves both of them very much. Trying to help them gets him into more trouble than he ever bargained for. He loves Daisy (Anjana Sukhani) who is a young and beautiful girl who likes the quirky, but stra ....
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Heroes, movie review
Heroes is about two students who decide to make a movie on why ‘you should not join Indian armed forces’. During this process they meet a war reporter who gives them a task to deliver the last letters of three Kargil martyrs. These two friends Sameer Suri aka Saand (Sohail Khan) and Ali Shah aka Nawab Sahab (Vatsal Sheth) embark on a fun tour on motorbike and their experiences in the journey change their outlook towards life. As part of their project they are filming their experiences on the way. There are three stories interwoven in the script. The first story is about a soft spoken yet tough - Balkar Singh (Salman Khan) of Atari in Amritsar. Like every man Balkar has beautiful dreams for his family but he knows he might not be able to fulfill them and he does not regret it as he has pledged his life for his country. Kuljeet Kaur (Preity Zinta) takes pride in being an army man’ ....
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