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The Dirty Picture - movie review
The story of The Dirty Picture is set against the colorful and entertaining backdrop of the fierce male-dominated South-Indian film industry of the 80s. This film chronicles the meteoric rise and steep fall of the erstwhile screen sensation. A story loosely based on the life of the South’s sex-siren of the eighties – Silk Smitha. The Dirty Picture - movie review... Reshma (Vidya Balan) runs away from her house to get role in the films, wearing revealing clothes. She lands up as an ‘extra’ with dancing in the background. Her bold dancing titillates the male audience in the cinema hall. This brave, daring and provocative girl had a meteoric rise in the South film industry. Reshma is now a junior artist who became the most sought after female protagonist of the early 80s. A friendly director suggests her to take up a stage name “Silk”. She is lucky again and gets a break a ....
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Murder 2 - movie review
Murder 2 is the sequel to the 2004 film which has Mallika Sherawat – Enraan Hashmi's Murder. It is an unofficial remake of the South Korean movie The Chaser. The story of Murder 2 is about a serial killer, murdering all the girls in the flesh trade. He is being tracked by a detective an ex cop played by Emraan Hashmi. Arjun Bhagwat (Emraan Hashmi) is an ex-cop, who used to work for Goa police. He has no other source of income, so wants money and earns his bread by doing all wrong and good things. He is an atheist and doesn't believe in God, but in contrast, he regularly visits church to donate off and on big money to orphans. There is a pimp-cum-gangster -Sameer, who has been going through the bad phase of his business due to disappearance of his hookers. Sameer thinks it is only Arjun Sir who would investigative and locate the missing girls for which a big amount is offered t ....
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Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji, movie review
Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji is a slice of life film about three men - Naren, Milind and Abhay and their encounters with love! There is an apparent resemblance to the much-acclaimed Basu Chatterjee’s 1981 romantic comedy Shaukeen which had three older men trying to get naughty in their elderly age. Here we have three middle-aged men in a real life day to day situation, trying to explore the love and lust aspect of their lives. Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji movie review... A listless Naren Ahuja (Ajay Devgn), 38, working as a bank manager, is going through a divorce. He is going through a 'mid-life crisis". He has a job that he hates and a marriage that's falling apart. All he needs is some love to infuse freshness into his boring, listless life. Naren falls in love with a vibrant and bubbly June Pinto (Shazahn Padamsee) who has just stepped out of her teens. June is a vivacious and impulsive ....
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Once Upon A Time in Mumbaai, movie review
Seen through the eyes of a police officer, 'Once Upon A time in Mumbaai' traces the changing face of the Mumbai underworld and how it all started. The film, set primarily in 1970s Mumbai, follows the rise of Sultan and the conflict, when his protégé Shoaib challenges his supremacy, and usurps power to rule the murky underbelly of Mumbai. Once Upon A Time in Mumbaai movie review... ACP Agnel Wilson (Randeep Hooda) is one man who thought could save Bombay. On a mission to clean up what he calls the murky filth of the city, it seems that his ambition has driven the city to a brink of destruction. Sultan Mirza (Ajay Devgn) starts early in his life in the business of smuggling gold and grows up to become a very strong and powerful man of Bombay. With his might and wisdom, and for peace in the city, he divides and allocates Bombay into different zones to the smugglers of that time. ....
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Tum Mile, movie review
"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 ....
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Raaz, The Mystery Continues, movie review
Raaz - The Mystery Continues is directed by Mohit Suri, a horror flick starring Emraan Hashmi, Adhyayan Suman and Kangana Ranaut. Raaz, The Mystery Continues is not a sequel to the 2002 movie Raaz which had Bipasha Basu and Dino Morea in the lead. The film is based on the myths and superstitions that are still widely existent in the contemporary Indian society. The film challenges the beliefs on paranormal phenomena. Emraan Hashmi plays a painter, who is gifted with intuition where his paintings tell unforeseen future events. Raaz, The Mystery Continues ... A beautiful model Nandita (Kangana Ranaut) is in love with Yash (Adhyayan Suman) who presents the reality show "Andhvishwas" on television. Yash's show exposes various superstitions of ghosts and tantric voodoos. Once, at a shopping mall, Prithvi (Emraan Hashmi) an aspiring painter who is in search of his masterpiece sees Nan ....
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Mr X - Hindi Movie Review
Vikram Bhatt's Mr X is a 3D sci-fi thriller. Emraan Hashmi and Amyra Dastur play the pivotal characters in this film which has some impressive 3D effects. The story is about a man who gains the power of invisibility, and becomes a vigilante to take revenge on those who have wronged him.

Mr X - movie review...

Raghuram Rathod (Emraan Hashmi) and Siya Verma (Amyra Dastur) are very efficient officers of the ATD (Anti Terrorism ....
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Raja Natwarlal Movie Review
Emraan Hashmi is back in a character as a street smart conman which he played in Jannat and Jannat 2. His recent ones Ghanchakkar and Ek Thi Daayan were a complete departure from the commercial Emraan Hashmi films. They were for the niche audience. Raja (Emraan Hashmi) makes money tricking people in the Three Card Monte. He is aided by his friend Raghav (Deepak Tijori), who solicits 'targets' and induces them to bet bigger. Part of the money is used for helping kids to pay their school fees. Balance of the amount is 'blown' up on Ziya (Humaima Malick) in a dance bar. Raghav has brought him up in life and treated Raja like his younger brother. Raja's greed to make a quick buck lands him in a mess while trying their hand in a 'bada daav' (big game). Despite, Raghav's caution and warning that big money means big risk, Raja insists that they go ahead and rob a target of Rs 80 lakhs in a '4 ....
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Based on a real cult, Ek Thi Daayan brings to you the truth you cannot handle. Ek Thi Daayan is an entertaining romantic thriller with an electrifying jolt at the end. Bobo (Emraan Hashmi) is India’s leading magician. But unknown to even his girlfriend Tamara (Huma Qureshi), Bobo’s life is falling apart. His constant hallucinations leave him with no option but to seek psychiatric help. Since he was a young boy, he is obsessed with the occult. He grown up reading books about witch-craft. As a grown up, he is a magician by profession - often letting the lines between reality and fiction blur. Cut to his young days when he is a child, his widower father (Pawan Malhotra) brings home a caretaker for the children Diana (Konkana Sen Sharma). His father falls in love with the lady, and gets married to her. The boy dislikes his step-mother and refers to her as a daayan (witch). A ....
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