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Rockstar - movie review
Rockstar is the journey of a boy - who leaves behind Janardan to become Jordan; who traverses the highs and lows of life – from simple naivete to tortured soul, from the pleasure of unaffected friendship to the torment of unrequited love, from the campus in Delhi to the international stage. Rockstar movie review.. Janardan (Ranbir Kapoor), born and brought up in the very middle class locality of Pitampura in Delhi, has a larger than life dream – of being a rockstar like Jim Morrison! But all he gets from his reluctant audience is ridicule and humiliation. As a young boy, (Janardan ) now renamed as Jordan used to spend most of his day with the owner of a music shop in Delhi. Each day he would pick the same acoustic guitar and spend hours trying to understand its intricacies. After Janardan fails twice in the same class in college; his elder brother forces him to quit college ....
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Ra One - movie review
India’s most expensive film Ra One has finally released, with its aggressive pre-release promotion a month before its release. The special effects are excellent and are comparable to the best in Hollywood. Its concept is fine, the video game subject too is latest. Where it lacks, or what is unwanted is its scenes like the Karwa Chauth which is seen in the typical Indian TV soaps, and the protagonist, which the director thinks all the South Indians are curly haired. Ra One is the story of a father (Shah Rukh Khan) trying hard to ‘fit-in’ in his son’s (Master Armaan Verma) badass world, a cool dude son trying hard to ‘dude-up’ his dad from ‘aiiiyyyo’ to‘yo!’ and a mother (Kareena Kapoor) lost in translation between her husband’s ‘ingeva’ and her son’s ‘in’ it!’ Shah Rukh Khan plays a Subramaniyam - South Indian game designer, who still hasn’t come ....
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Rascals - movie review
On what should have been one of the happiest days of his life (on his engagement day) Anthony Gonsalves (Arjun Rampal) is robbed of Rupees 30 lakhs by a con man and on that particular day, the other con man divests him of his brand new Mercedes. Rascals movie review... Chetan Chauhan (Sanjay Dutt) and Bhagat Bhosle (Ajay Devgan) are con men who happen to swindle Anthony Gonsalves (Arjun Rampal) separately but on the same day. Chetan is a cultivated and suave master con, who operates in high society; among the rich and famous and usually goes for the big kill. Little does he realize that the guy he dismissed as small time is going to cost him big bucks. With their ill begotten gains, they board a flight to Bangkok only to find themselves seated next to each other. As there is no way two can men can exist in the same town together, Chetan decides to send Bhagat packing back to Ind ....
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Rivaaz - movie review
A young handsome man Rahul (Manoj Bidwai) is traveling with his friend, Amar Singh to his village for attending Amar Singh’s sister Supriya’s marriage. Rivaaz movie review... While on the way, passing through a village, he sees a young woman and instantly falls in love with her. Rahul is informed that the girl Bela (Ritisha Vijavargya) is from a particular community that has a ‘Rivaaz’ (tradition) where she is destined to be a prostitute, and even the local police intervene and help procure young women for the wealthy landlords. It has been a tradition for the girls of this community to enter flesh business whether they like it or not. Rahul cannot get her out of his mind and so he through a pimp he finds out her name is Bela, who lives with her mother, Paro (Deepti Naval), and father, Mangatram (Rajendra Gupta). He is unaware that her parents are all set to sell her to ....
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Ready - movie review
Set amidst the appealing locales of Thailand, ‘Ready’ revolves around Prem (Salman Khan), the sole heir to a sprawling empire owned by his father and uncles. Prem’s father desires that he gets married and settles down, though Prem intends to enjoy his single status to the fullest. The would be bride is arriving by air, but Prem and his uncle goof up at the airport and come across another girl named Sanjana (Asin), who has just fled from her own wedding. Ready movie review... Sanjana pretends to be Pooja herself (the girl who was to come to Prem’s house). She wins the hearts of the entire Kapoor family, except Prem, who doesn’t approve her. Meanwhile, Sanjana's uncles, Amar Choudhary (Akhilendra Mishra), and Suraj Choudhary (Sharat Saxena), who are rivals are on the lookout for the girl. Each of them is trying to get her married with their own brother-in-laws. Sanjan ....
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Ragini MMS - movie review
Ragini MMS is a sensuous paranormal film, shot as in real time! It is a new trend which even the big studios in Bollywood adapt to - come up with a fresh concept, gather new comers and shoot the entire movie in one schedule making it possible to finish the film on a shoe string budget. Spend a load some on publicity that the initial weekend itself fetches them back the whole investment and the flick is then declared as a hit. Ragini MMS movie review... Ekta Kapoor’s Balaji Films has taken only 25 days to shoot and cost them less than tenth an average bollywood flick costs. The outcome is better-quality than expected. Ragini MMS is a spine-chilling date movie which really scares you. An unconventional story mixed with horror and sex, and this is what it makes it different from the usual horror stuff in Bollywood. Raj Kumar Rao (who was the lover boy in Ekta Kapoor’s Love S ....
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Red Alert, movie review
The launch of a worthwhile revolution has to have a foundation of clear-cut objectives. And where the aim itself is not defined, what is the point of just running a parallel government type organization in the name of revolution? Red Alert movie review... This will lead nowhere, as it is deceiving yourself and cheating your followers who have put their faith in you. Director Anant Mahadevan has come up with an outstanding movie Red Alert which is based on a true story. It has a slick narrative and has turned out to be an edge of the seat thriller, which honestly presents both the sides of the conflicting groups - administration and the naxalites. Even the men in uniform stand exposed, exploiting their powers especially when an innocent girl is seen by them as their prey. 'Red Alert: the War Within' is based on the true story of Narasimha (played by Suniel Shetty), a poor farm la ....
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Raavan, movie review
Was Raavan just a myth… the line that divides Good from Evil...? Dev Pratap Sharma (Vikram) is a DSP who falls in love with Ragini (Aishwarya Rai Bachchan), a spunky classical dancer. The cop and the dancer girl get married and the DSP is posted in a small town Lal Maati in northern India. Raavan movie review... Beera (Abhishekh Bachchan), is the law in this a tribal town, who is feared somewhat yet respected and loved by most of the tribals. It is only when the DSP Dev who tries to bring order in this area, and when he metes out inhuman treatment to Beera, it sets a chain of unexpected events which claim lives. Hurt and enraged, Beera, hits back at the Police force, which results in classes which draw Beera, Ragini and Dev which takes them into the deep, dense jungles. The tension between opposites often seems so electric, that it isolates them from the rest of the world, ....
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Raajneeti, movie review
Raajneeti is a story about Indian politics, the democracy and the general elections. It depicts just a few powerful people control the destiny of millions. Master director Prakash Jha who gave us hard hitting films like Apharan and Gangaajal has now come up with the story of people who understand power - and know how to wield it at will. He skillfully portrays their unstoppable ambition, and their bitter and violent battle to achieve it. Raajneeti movie review... It is a contemporary adaptation of politics of power and deriving its primary plot and central characters from the epic. More somewhat like Shyam Benegal’s Kalyug which had the character of Karna, here we have Sooraj who is trapped terrible dilemma where his loyalty to his friend threatens to destroy his own family. Sooraj (Ajay Devgan) is a leader who rose from the backward classes with anger in his heart and leadership on ....
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Raat Gayi, Baat Gayi, movie review
Raat Gayi Baat Gayi is a whodunit on a one night stand that could have been. No one knows for sure if it actually happened. The One Night Stand is never ever just a one night stand. It either erupts into a huge, life altering explosion or quietly morphs into a dangerously disruptive, scary experience that makes you wish you never went to bed again with a stranger. In fact, you sometimes wish you never went to bed again with anyone. Raat Gayi, Baat Gayi movie review... Rahul (Rajat Kapoor) is an ad film maker and a perfect family man. He and Mitali (Iravati Harshe) have been married for eight years now and they have a beautiful daughter that he dotes upon. Rahul is loyal to his friends, socially successful and charming. A single encounter with a mysterious woman changes a lot of things he would formerly assume as established facts about himself and his married life. Dalip Tahil a ....
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