Produced by Moserbaer and Seven Entertainment Limited, and directed by Pankaj Advani, Sankat City, is a wild roller coaster romp through the underbelly of a teeming metropolis, featuring an assortment of zany characters - a car thief, a con woman, gangster, film producer, builder, mechanic, prostitute, hit man, cabbie, actor, his duplicate etc. Desperate men and women shadow boxing with the vagaries of chance and fate. Their madcap antics result in their lives getting inextricably entwined with each other, leading to madness and mayhem. Sankat City movie review...
Money, murder, revenge, greed, fear, deceit, not to mention fun-n-frolic and last but not the least, romance, form the ingredients of this pacy, masala comic thriller.
Guru (KK Menon) is a smalltime car thief. Ganpat, who owns a dilapidated garage, is his partner-in-crime. Guru whacks cars and Ganpat (Dilip Prabhawalkar) ....
Sajid Nadiadwala led, team Housefull is back with its third installment of the franchise ‘Housefull 3’. Housefull 3 proves to be a celebration of sorts with its trailer exhibiting a fun filled laughter riot. This time the team is not only to bring to celluloid a power packed star cast with triple the dose of entertainment, but also to have…
3 heroes in triple roles, with a promise of 9 times more fun (3 x 3), Humshakals the latest offering from director Sajid Khan, makes us re-think about Himmatwala (his last outing), though a remake, atleast had some substance and soul in that film.
What could have been an iconic film, the attempt fails miserably right after 15 minutes in the film. Sajid Khan has a fetish for UK locations, throwing punches at the royal family, and this one ends up as a pitiable extension of Houseful 1 and 2 which were far better comedies from the director.
The story is very short and simple (in fact there is no story, plot or screenplay at all). A conniving uncle of a young tycoon Ashok is keen on grabbing the riches and properties of this innocent nephew.
Ram Kapoor is the uncle aka KANS and his nephew is Ashok (Saif Ali Khan). Ashok is seen all throught with Kumar (Riteish Deshmukh), his friend ....
A haunted mansion in Mumbai is to be demolished making way for a glitzy shopping mall. The gang of harmless Ghosts of different eras and social spheres residing in this house are to be dislocated. (Gang of Ghosts - Film Review)
A late zamindar is the boss of the house residing with a British Lord of the East India Company era, a yesteryear actress, a spoilt rich girl, an unhappy rock musician, a Bengalee and a cab driver. These ghosts decide to fight their own battle against rampant development and win it.
A remake of the commercially successful Bengali film Bhooter Bhabishyat, Gang of Ghosts comes up as mish-mashed comedy with sub-plots and undesirable buffoonery.
The grand old mansions and mills of South Mumbai are being razed to the ground to make way for swanky condominiums, malls and Multiplexes.
Some of these dilapidated disputed buildings were haunted by Ghosts who had ....
Brings ‘Silent Picturehouse’, a film watching extravaganza to India British Ảirways held a 3 day celebratory event to Commemorate 100 years of Indian Cinema Mumbai : Bollywood stars, movie lovers and film enthusiasts walked down the red carpet as British Airways launched the much awaited film extravaganza, ‘Silent Picturehouse’ to celebrate 100 glorious years of Indian cinema. The three day…
"Brahmin bhookha to Sudama, rootha toh Ravan" is cited often by Saif Ali Khan who plays a Brahmin youth in this action film Bullet Raja, where Tigmanshu Dhulia attempts a commercially oriented Bollywood action film.
Raja Mishra (Saif Ali Khan) is a Brahmin boy in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh looking for a job but gets involved with goons, and when he is chased, Raja sees a wedding procession and joins it.
It is the local strongman's daughter's wedding and the procession is headed towards the strongman’s haveli, where Raja instantly befriends the bride's cousin, Rudra Tripathi (Jimmy Shergill). Within hours, Rudra and Raja become best of friends, and Raja becomes a part of rest of the functions and events of this Lucknowi wedding.
Raja is treated with food, drinks and he is dancing around with the dance girl (Mahie Gill) and even gets to take her in the forest, where he overhears a p ....
Ishkq in Paris is a light hearted romantic comedy with lots of humour, wit, style & fun.
The film begins with narration by Isabelle Adjani who is a playwright in the film and also plays Priety’s mother. Ishkq in Paris is shot mainly across France, in Paris and Lyon.
Akash (Rhehan Malliek) and Ishkq (Preity Zinta), two complete strangers, after having met on a train from Rome to Paris, end up spending the evening together in the romantic city.
However, owing to a ‘no baggage’ pact set by Ishkq, the two part ways the next morning without a proper goodbye. Ishkq, being the strong-headed independent girl, moves on, while Akash ends up falling for the girl he spent the evening with.
There are several moments of romance and comedy in Ishkq in Paris that are warm and fuzzy. Post interval, the story is overstretched.
There is superb chemistry between Akash and Ishq. It h ....
Himmatwala is the official remake of the 1983 film of the same name , which was directed by directed by K. Raghavendra Rao and had Jeetendra and Sridevi in leading roles.
This 2013 action comedy film is directed by Sajid Khan and features Ajay Devgan and Tamannaah in the lead roles.
The story begins with Ravi (Ajay Devgn) shown as a street fighter who then learns about his widowed mother and sister who are shown to be in dire straits in his native village.
Ravi embarks on a tran to Ramnagar where he is greeted by a peculiar ticket collector cum station master who is shocked to note that he is the first passenger in so many years to get down at the station.
Ravi has come to avenge his father’s death and to get his father’s name cleared of the mud slinging done by the sarpanch (Head or mukhia) of the village - Sher Singh (Mahesh Manjrekar).
It so happens that the Sarpanc ....