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One Day- Justice Delivered movie review
Indian Civil and Criminal Laws need to be revisited. This is what is the undertone of the crime-suspense thriller ONE DAY - Justice Delivered that is directed by Ashok Nanda. The films begins with the retirement farewell event of Justice Omprakash Tyagi (Anupam Kher). The judge has an impeccable record of being upright and delivering honest judgements. Yet the age-old Indian Criminal laws are exposed to several loopholes which are manipulated by the criminals who are advised by their 'smart' lawyers. One slap by an elderly lady awakens the inner spirits of this retired judge who now revisits his earlier cases where the judgement is delivered, yet the actual criminals and the perpetrators of the crime still move around freely in the society. Some of them holding respectable positions in their profession. The retired judge has realized that he couldn’t deliver fair judgement in ....
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Rescue Hindi novie reviw
RESCUE - is a fresh approach to story telling in Bollywood. This dark comedy thriller is about three Medical students - Honey, Ayesha and Meera.  Rescue movie review... Though the film is a fiction, the story is based on a true incident that occured sometime back in a town of Maharashtra. Honey (Sreejita De), Ayesha (Megha Sharma) and Meera (Ishita Ganguly) have approached an estate agent Jatin (Rahulganesh Thulsiram) for renting PG accommodation in Mumbai. Jatin shows them a flat in a multi-story building which they approve and start residing in it. Picky about every facility that was promised to them, the girls point out to the broker about the absence of cooking gas cylinder and several other things which needed to work properly. Jatin attends to their issues and brings in the agreement deed which is to be signed by the girl (a requisite for such deals). Moody as they are ....
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Naughty Gang movie review
Writer-Director Pankaj Kr Virat's NAUGHTY GANG is the story of a group of young boys who want easy money and quick success, no matter even if they tread the wrong path to achieve it. Naughty Gang movie review... Naughty Gang is humourous in parts, while the rest of the film seems to be a confusing journey with quite a few moments making you itch for a loo break. The film begins with Ballu shown as the pampered (by his mother) brat who is often scolded upon by his father to mend his ways even while the boy is studying in the school. Ballu is supported by his friends Raja and Harry while the girl Vidya has a soft corner for this naughty kid. This soft corner blossoms into love as they are shown grown ups later on. At one time, this gang of 3 boys are compelled to leave the village for their misdeeds which attracted ire of the Sarpanch and other villagers. One fine day, this trio l ....
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Nakkash movie review
Varanasi (Benaras) is the backdrop of Nakkash which is actually an offbeat film that succeeds in conveying the writer-director's message that the supreme power, whether you call it as God or Allah; it doesn't differentiate between religions. There are dialogues such as Bhagwan is Allah's brother and the other one is that spoken by the protagonist - to have been born in the holy city of Varanasi is in itself a privilege. Thankfully, the director of Nakkash doesn't resort to depicting the gory violence between the two communities, yet the differences between them are honestly and subtly portrayed... unlike the political leaders of the Hindus and Muslims who play their cards subtly and wolfishly to keep the differences alive so as to keep their "dukaan jaari" (to fructifully carry on their respective business). Nakkash is the story of a handcraftsman who is a talented engraver spec ....
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De De Pyaar De movie review
Sometimes the new age ideals, sometimes the age old Indian tradition. This is what De De Pyaar De shuttles all through its 135 minutes running time. The writer wants to keep the new generation happy with his ideas of the father readily accepting his daughter's view to have a live-in relationship before her marriage. Then the writer also wants to let the conservative Indian audience to feel that his film also has Indian culture and ideals. De De Pyaar De movie review... Neither here... nor there! Seems that Indian culture is in transit mode. Ashish Mehra (Ajay Devgn) is a 50 year old divorcé residing in London. He is somewhat sort of an Angel investor or a Venture Cap funder. He is rich, living alone in the UK after having seperated from his wife Manju (Tabu). This rich dude keeps himself fit and in fine shape that attracts a 26 year-old woman Ayesha (Rakul Preet Singh) towards ....
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Avengers: Endgame movie review
To understand the movie - Avengers: Endgame, one has to rewind into flashback of all the previous marvel superhero movies to check in which period did the ‘infinty’ stones pop up in each of them. Avengers: Endgame movie review... Though the narrative of Avengers: Endgame does visit these individually in their respective places and period, the makers have cleverly woven flashback scenes alternating the present reality when the surviving bunch of our superheroes encounter those in that time and place. However, while building all this makes the story stretched and debunks the time paradox of all the previous Hollywood time travel films, prominent amongst them being the 'Back to the Future' series. With Thanos gone and the stones destroyed at the beginning what best way for our sulking Avengers than to beat all this and get back half of the universe which was turne ....
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hUM CHAAR movie review
Can we imagine our lives without friends? In particular, our college friends? Well, the times have changed but true meaning of friendship hasn’t. Hence the medium has changed too with old pals catching up on FB and other digital mediums. Hum Chaar movie review... Debutante director Abhishek Dixit’s HUM CHAAR evokes nostalgia at the end of the film that could probably make you pick up the phone to call up your old buddy. HUM CHAAR is a story of four medical college students who develop a strong bond of friendship in their first year of college. An untoward incident breaks them apart so much that they have to leave their studies mid-way. It is four years that the friends get a message of one of them being in need of help and so they gather… only to realize that each of them still has that bond of friendship for the other but due to their individual egos they were not in touc ....
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End Counter Hindi movie review
End Counter is story of a cop in the backdrop of murky land dealings involving crores of Rupees and shrewd manipulators acting under the front of god-men form the crux of the crime-thriller written and directed by Alok Shrivastava. End Counter is a crime thriller about an author Renu Sahay (Mrinmay Kolwalkar) in love with her live-in partner who is a cop Sameer Deshmukh (Prashant Narayanan). Sameer is an encounter specialist who initially is an upright policeman. Sameer Deshmukh's childhood friend Datta Salvi (Abhimanyu Singh) lures this cop to venture into corrupt activities and then the policeman misuses his power and position to arm twist people who fall into his trap. Other characters in the film are that of the Guruji (Anupam Shyam) who wears the guise of a god-man. But beneath him is a shrewd manipulator who fixes big contracts and land dealings. Rahul Jain's music is n ....
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