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GST Galti Sirf Tumhari review
With her maiden production, Sarika S Sanjot, the producer of this film strikes it right in Bollywood with her venture GST - Galti Sirf Tumhari. The film begins with an intriguing premise and goes on to keep the audience guessing about the twists and turns in the story. To make it clear once and all, the film has nothing to do with the Goods and Services Tax implemented by the present government in the centre. Though the similarity lies with the ultimate motive with the central fiscal policy aims to bring about financial discipline in the economy, Sarika's comedy-thriller-suspense drama also carries a message about bringing discipline in one's social life. GST-the film is the story about a group of students of a law college in Dehradun, Mussoorie in Uttar Pradesh who take it easy in their lives and indulge in desires unknown to the impending danger they could get into. Arjun, May ....
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Muzaffarnagar 2013 the movie
Muzaffarnagar –The Burning Love is based in Morna, a village in the state of Uttar Pradesh. Range Shooter Dev Malik (Dev Sharma) arrives in his home town to spend his vacation along with his family. However, a land mafia Jodha Singh creates mischief for the entire village and faces strong opposition from Dev and his family. Dev takes on the local goons who have terrorized the villagers, which makes him the marked one by the head of this group (Anil George). At the same time, Dev falls in love with Sara (Aishwarya Devan) who comes from a liberal Muslim family who aspires to join the IPS. Sara's family have given her all the freedom to choose her career. Also it was not easy for Dev to win her heart as he 'stalked' her and had to work hard to earn the same feelings from her, like he had fallen in love with her. Dev is not determined to fight back and protect the ones he loves - ....
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My Little Pony review
Based on the television series My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic we have a charming animated musical comedy fantasy film aimed towards the kids - My Little Pony: The Movie that ought to please its dedicated fan base But the festivities are cut short when Tempest Shadow (Emily Blunt) and Grubber (Michael Pena) who are sent by the Storm King (Liev Shrieber) overtake the city and drive away the Mane 6. A dark force threatens Ponyville and the gang of Mane 6 - Twilight Sparkle, Applejack, Rainbow Dash, Pinkie Pie, Fluttershy and Rarity embark on an unforgettable journey beyond Equestria where they meet new friends and exciting challenges on a quest to use the magic of friendship to save their home. Canterlot, the capital of Equestria is buzzing with news of Twilight Sparkle throwing a huge Friendship Festival and Songbird Serenade (Sia) is performing. During their escape the ponies dis ....
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The House Next Door poster
Smart camera work coupled with impressive sound effects and deft editing makes this horror film a must watch for horror film lovers. Director Milind Rau who is also the co-writer of this quite engrossing daunting thriller made in Hindi, Tamil and Telgu has succeeded in giving pure frights to the viewer. Except for the stretched ending (it could have been made shorter) Milind has come up with a horror flick that is much above the Indian film industry standards. Giving a brief glimpse of the era prior to Indian independence the story revolves around a mansion somewhere in Himachal Pradesh that was occupied by a Chinese merchant dealing in silk imported from China. Immediately it is the current period shown in the adjacent house where a noted neuro surgeon Dr Krishnakanth (Siddharth) resides with his wife Lakshmi (Andrea Jeremiah) happy in their world. Just then they notice new neighbou ....
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Ittefaq - movie review
Brilliant performances from Akshaye Khanna and Sidharth Malhotra are the mainstay of this murder-mystery suspense thriller that keeps you engrossed throughout the movie culminating into an unpredictable end. Ittefaq movie review... Directed by Abhay Chopra, it is based on and inspired on his grandfather B R Chopra's Ittefaq (1969) which was a Rajesh Khanna-Nanda starrer with a contemperory adaptation and a complete change in the climax from the original film. The film does not have any songs which lends seriousness to the high-profile double murder investigation lead by the no-nonsense Police Officer Dev (Akshaye Khanna). It begins on a rainy night where a Noted novelist and a NRI Vikram Sethi (Sidharth Malhotra) has just launched his new book and returns to his hotel only to find his wife murdered and lying still on the floors. Vikram calls the police who instead begin to doubt h ....
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Ram Ratan movie review1
A social family drama with Daisy Shah playing the lead role of Ratan, a modern day girl with a forward thinking attitude and behavior but is still deep rooted in the Indian culture. The film revolves around her right till the end. Ratan is married to the boy of her choice - Ram (Rishi Bhutani) who seems to reciprocate Ratan's love for him. But this happiness seems to be short lived as Ratan gets to know that Ram is a playboy who flirts and dates other girls. Things reach to such a level that Ratan makes up her mind to give back to her philandering husband and for this issue she ropes in her husband's best friends who willingly oblige the lady to execute a plan where Ram meets with an accident and is taken to the hospital. This accident was preplaned in such a way that Ram is supposed to be hurt not to a great extent and it happens exactly the way they have planned. Further for such a ....
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Newton - hindi movie review
A political satire, black-comedy that has been widely appreciated across several international film festivals is all about a day in the lives of election officials while conducting elections in the interiors of Chattisgarh state. Newton Kumar (Rajkummar Rao) is a presiding officer solely in charge of supervising the conduction of elections in the notorious troubled place. Newton follows the election commission manual strictly and primarily wants the electorate to come out and vote for the candidate of their choice. He has made up his mind to encourage as many voters to come out of their homes and cast their vote, one of the biggest pillars in a democracy. Newton faces an uphill task with other officials around him who are not keen on encouraging the tribals to cast their vote. There is an armed officer (Pankaj Tripathi) who happens to be the secutiry incharge for providing security t ....
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American Assassin movie review
An action thriller film about a CIA Black Ops recruit who decimate a mysterious operative who is keen to start a global war. Directed by Michael Cuesta, the film has superb action sequences spread across various continents culminating into the grand climax where the young CIA recruit Mitch Rapp who helps a Cold War veteran Stan Hurley (Michael Keaton) try to stop the launching of a nuclear weapon in the Middle East. This action film is based on Vince Flynn's 2010 novel of the same name, beginning with Mitch Rapp (Dylan O'Brien) and his girlfriend who are on vacation in Ibiza, Spain where Mitch proposes to her and their world has come to standstill, only to witness and experience the horrifying incident when a radical Islamist jihadist cell lands on the beach and begins to attack the civilians with assault rifles. Amid the carnage, Mitch frantically attempts to find his gi ....
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The existence of the ‘other world’ has been a subject of debate between the skeptics and the believers. The Final EXIT directed by Dhwanil Mehta explores this particular aspect and appears convincing to a great extent. It is generally believed that the 'other dimension' or 'other world' always exists in our life. Made by a debutant director this film depicts layers of emotions of the characters. The audience will actually sense it throughout the film. This makes the viewer actually feel involved with the characters. The subject of other dimension has been taken in several Hollywood films but it is for the first time that a Bollywood film delves into this complex issue. Almost every body, knowingly or unkno ....
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Thodi Thodi Si Manmaaniyan, movie review

Youth, music competition, rock band, street plays and the inner desire of today's youth to bring a change in the society. This sums up the gist of this breezy youthful drama.

One cannot tag it as a romantic drama as the director has skillfully and very realistically displayed the growing bond between Siddharth and Neha, which is usually rare in the present Genre of Bollywood flicks.

There is nothing over the top nor any larger than life characters. Just a simple story of Siddharth (Arsh Sehrawat), a young boy who is brought up by his single mother with dreams of settling abroad.

Like any other youth of his age, he is following the herd mentality of going abroad for further studies after his graduation in India. When will our Indians wake up and realise that we have best of the educational i ....
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