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Ladies vs Ricky Bahl - movie review
Ah! A film at least the Band Baaja Baarat fans have been waiting for and talking about. Ladies vs Ricky Bahl is a much awaited venture by the Yash Raj banner. The entire team of BBB is back together after a year for Ladies v/s Ricky Bahl.. Its Maneesh Sharms’s second as a director, and after the super hit BBB, a lot was expected from this movie, and he could have done better with this film. Ladies vs Ricky Bahl stars three other actresses apart from Anushka Sharma, Parineeti Chopra, Dipannita Sharma, Aditi Sharma as the “Ladies” of the film. Ranveer singh plays 5 characters, out of which four are “fake” and the fifth character is that of Ricky Bahl. He plays Sunny; a gym trainer in Delhi; who romances Dimple Chaddha (Parineeti Chopra), a brash 19 year old Delhi college girl who falls in love with her fitness trainer – Sunny Singh, who ultimately cons her. Then he ....
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Patiala House, movie review
Patiala House the film, is based in Southall – London where the Kahlon family has been living for the past 4 generations. Ruled by an autocratic and stubborn patriarch Bauji (Rishi Kapoor) the members of this household have no other choice but to adhere to his ways, his whims, his rules. Scarred by a racial incident that took place 20 years ago – an incident that led to the murder of his mentor and guardian, the senior advocate leader Mr. Saini, Bauji began hating the British and everything that the country and its people stood for. Patiala House movie review... A hindi family drama with a background of cricket, the film is about Gattu (Akshay Kumar) who is living the life his father forced upon him. While young, our Gattu faced the racism problem which was a big issue then. On one instance on his birthday, the Whites broke his home window and yelled "We don't want you in our c ....
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Badmaash Company, movie review
Badmaash Company is an extraordinary story set in the 1990’s in middle class Bombay (as it was known then), of four ordinary youngsters – Shahid Kapoor, Anushka Sharma, Meiyang Chang and Vir Das – who came together to start an import business of things longed for by yuppie Indians! Anything “imported” was good, and everything Indian was somewhat old-fashioned. Badmaash Company movie review... Karan (Shahid Kapoor), 21, genius, a middle class boy, with a dream to make millions... fast! One day his 'beautiful mind’ thinks up the “big idea” to make it all achievable! Bulbul (Anushka Sharma) is a feisty and fiery small town girl, hungry to make it in the big city of dreams, Bombay. An encounter with the sleazy side of the modeling world force her to abandon her big dream... till she meets Karan, with whom she shares an even bigger dream and loses her heart to him. Ch ....
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Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi, movie review
Have you ever stopped to think if the most ordinary, uninteresting, unobtrusive man you might see on the road or around you might have a love story to tell? Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi review... Maybe not! How can an ordinary man have a breathtaking, goose flesh igniting, awe inspiring love story of all things to tell? But guess what - love does not differentiate between the ordinary and exceptional, the uninteresting and interesting, the unattractive and attractive. Because love knows no distinction. It can happen to anyone and once it does it engulfs us into it completely and gives us these miraculous experiences that only love can yield. This is what happened to Surinder ‘Suri’ Sahni (Shahrukh Khan) - a shy, simple, clean hearted, honest man working for Punjab Power in the film Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi. Leading a humdrum life, he meets his total opposite and falls in love with the be ....
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Sultan, movie review
A tale about an underdog wrestler's journey, looking for a comeback by defeating all odds stacked up against him. But when he has nothing to lose and everything to gain in this fight for his life match, Sultan must literally fight for his life. For Salman Khan fans, 'Sultan' is Full Paisa Vasool. The ups and downs of Sultan Ali Khan. a 30 something settled in profession of installing TV connections for a Direct to Home (DTH) provider, as he dreams of representing India at the Olympics and who begins with fighting his way to become a local wrestling champion and ending with the world at his feet. Review: For Sallubhai fans - Don't waste your time reading this review, just go and watch it. For others - TINA (There is No Alternative) on Idd holidays. This is a solo hindi film release. There are some encouraging words of wisdom in the film, like "Wrestling is not a sport it's about fig ....
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Action Jacksons in 2015

A list of girls who played tough characters in their films released in the year gone by. Taapsee Pannu in ‘Baby’ The talented actress amused the audiences with her breath-taking action sequence in the film ‘Baby’. The actress played an Indian spy part of a covered mission. She was seen in a tough role. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in ‘Jazba’ The…

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Dil Dhadakne Do – Movie review
It begins with the introduction of the dysfunctional Mehra family which consists of Kamal Mehra (Anil Kapoor) a self made successful businessman who is on the verge of bankruptcy. His wife is Neelam Mehra (Shefali Shah) who is often sarcastic in relating to him, yet she showers all her motherly love (and pampers) her grown up laadla Kabir Mehra (Ranveer Singh). Despite the Mehra couple having a million differences with each other, they pretend to the world that they are an ideal couple, showing off in the society as they are often concerned about what the people around speak of them. Their daughter Ayesha Mehra (Priyanka Chopra), inherits the acute business acumen of her father. Being a very successful entrepreneur, she has been featured by the 'Forbes' magazine. Ayesha is unhappy with her marriage to Manav (Rahul Bose), a consequence of her parents calculative moves. And finall ....
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Bombay Velvet, Hindi movie review
A period drama of the 60s, a visual treat of Bombay of that era, Bombay Velvet is created with artistic grandeur, has been let down by a confusing plot. Anurag Kashyap has to be applauded for lavishly recreating Bombay of the 60s. This is where it ends as the film has neither the entertainment factor or the chilly seriousness of a mafia ruling the politics and maneuvering the city plans for its benefits. Anushka Sharma is the cute fashionable jazz singer Rosie who sparkles in embellished body-fitting gowns. Bombay Velvet revolves around the story of how Bombay transformed its landscape during the 60s and 70s and the corrupt administration, which is hand in glove with the mill owners and the rich. This apart, the story is woven around the backdrop of Ranbir-Anushka romance. Ranbir Kapoor's character is used by people around him, including his mother. A small time hood, with a ....
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PK - Hindi movie review
Its OMG! Oh My God revisited. PK is a satire on "God and godmen" with an unique narration, superb performances from the pivotal characters, yet is a lengthy film which stretches on the same issue of having called a 'Wrong Number' while seeking the almighty. The Managers of God have been again exposed in this film where an alien (resembling human race) comes to earth on his mission to survey the life and times of the inhibitants of this planet. It is not a futuristic or a sci-fi film, PK deals about the ordeals of the alien man who is clean hearted, doesn't tell lies, doesn't hurt anybody, has the ability to grasp the language within few hours of just holding hands of a human. Like the data being transferred from one hard disk to another. This person has the ability to adapt easily to the new surroundings. It beigns with a space ship hovering around the desert of Rajasthan, it lands an ....
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