"Somewhere in this storm a girl runs into her past. Somewhere in this storm a man sifts the embers of a burned out love. Somewhere in this storm death waits for them." Tum Mile movie review...
Kunal Deshmukh, after his successful directorial debut in ‘Jannat’, directs a disaster movie - Tum Mile, depicting the tough days faced by Mumbaikars after the deluge of 26th July, 2005.
Tum Mile is a touching drama about how a life-changing event makes this couple realize that they've always loved each other.
Akshay (Emraan Hashmi) is a struggling artist and Sanjana (Soha Ali Khan), a successful journalist in Cape Town, South Africa. They happen to meet each other and fall in love. All is fine until there is a squabble, and ultimately they part ways.
The film starts with an in-flight sequence, where both Emraan & Soha get to meet each other after many years and remember the good ....
Teree Sang is a story which tackles the topic of lack of parental love towards the children. It is a stark reality which parents of teenagers do not realize. Today’s parents are either busy with their business or profession – while the children grow up without the love of their parents around when they need them the most. Teree Sang movie review...
We have here a story about a 15 year old school girl who misses her parents love. Maahi (Sheena) is the only child of rich parents (Rajat Kapoor and Neena Gupta).
She has a dream home and whatever a schoolgirl can desire. Yet, it isn’t she wants, but desires love and attention from her parents. Her father spends the day on his professional work thinking that he has sacrificed a lot to give his daughter all the luxuries of life. But he is wrong and all that his daughter is craving for is her parents' presence and affection.
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Team The Force was earlier titled Jeet - Feel The Force. Director Ajay Chandok disastrously attempts to make a raunchy action-comedy film on the lines of Hollywood flicks of 1980s.
Team – The Force is about three friends Raj (Sohail), Yash (Yash Tonk) and Jassi (Vrajesh Hirjee) are three best pals who aim to strike big in the music industry but are down on luck.. This trio stay as a paying guest in a doting person’s Baabe’s (Kulbhushan Kharbanda) bungalow. This old man considers them as his own sons, so let goes collection of the rent, and even finances them and prods them to launch their own video album. Team - The Force movie review...
Baabe sponsor’s their trip to Goa so that they may start working on their video album.
But their joys are short lived as the local underworld don Raman Shetty (Sayaji Shinde) starts making extortion calls to Baabe since he wants to usurp ....
The Last Lear is inspired by the famous Bengali actor, activist and playwright Utpal Dutt and his play "Aajker Shahjehan" (The Emperor Today). The play was about the enormous trust and faith that actors repose on those who support their art. Just as much as it is about the betrayals of that very trust.
The Last Lear having a Bollywood star cast is an English language film. It has Amitabh, Arjun Rampal and Preity couldn't have been more perfect. Amitabh hogs the limelight not in as towering personality, but as Harish Mishra.
Harish Mishra (Amitabh Bachchan) is the protagonist of this offbeat film. The film-within-the film is a lamentation about the dying art of the circus. As winds of change accompanying neo-liberal policies sweep across the country, older cultural forms give way to newer ones. In this moment of transition, trust and treachery collide and crumble.
What does a 65 ....
A fable-like journey of the eponymous eight year old boy, Tahaan (Paurav Bhandare) lives with his grandfather (Victor Banerjee), his mother Haba (Sarika) and older sister Zoya (Sana Shaikh) in the serene meadows of Kashmir. They all live in the hope that someday Tahaan's father who's been missing for over three years, will return.
This lil boy spends his time in the meadows with his sheep and closest friend Birbal, his donkey, and conjures up a million questions about this world for his grandfather to answer. Grandpa’s profound teachings help Tahaan to choose the right path at the time of grave difficulties. Tahaan's mother is a powerful character representing the woman who stands strong in the face of hardships. The little boy's 14 year old sister Zoya provides great support to her mother. Her concern for her little brother Tahaan's well being makes her pivotal in bridging the gap ....
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 ....
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 ....
Right at the start, a blood red convertible Mercedes races merrily through Ladakh's dusty terrain. This is what Tashan is about - The car swivels so does the radio nervously shuffle between AC/DC's Highway to Hell and Mukesh's rendition of Kabhi Kabhie.
Huge canvas, beautiful landscape and then the car loses it control, breaks thru and goes down a lake…. Very impressive till now and one would expect that it will be the most thrilling 2 and half hours in the recent times of mediocre bollywood films. But it was disappointing.
Debutant director Vijay Krishna Acharya is brilliant in a few scenes, has been supported by absolutely unbelievable stunts by Akshay Kumar and some truly exotic locales, but through the remaining parts of Tashan, it appears that Yash Raj Banner is experimenting with the Indian audience. They have done a quality job in the promos of this movie, so as in the ini ....
Aamir Khan popularly known as a "thinking actor" is also particularly gifted with imagery. Taare Zameen Par which is Aamir Khan's debut as a director is a landmark film! It is a heart-warming tale of a small child who has learning difficulties and is largely misunderstood by his teachers and even his parents.
Taare Zameen Par is a story of a playful eight year old boy Ishaan Awasthi (Darsheel Safary) who is naughty, playful and lives in his own world. He is lagging in his school subjects, doesn't listen, but gifted with a nice sense of imagination. A child nowadays, lagging academically is termed as a below average child.
Ishaan has a very normal family - hard working dad, a committed mom, loving and intelligent elder brother, who is an example of a perfect good boy. In contrast, Ishaan is always mocked by his fellow students and often he would get into fights with them. For his sc ....
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 ....