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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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NH-8 Road to Nidhivan is a para-psychic - Suspense Thriller film directed by Munindra Gupta is about 4 amateur film makers who have been offered huge amount which cannot be refused. This large amount is offered to shoot a documentary on the myth surrounding Nidhivan in Uttar Pradesh. The film is set against the backdrop of a road trip of four friends from Mumbai to Nidhivan, a place close to Mathura in Uttar Pradesh. Auroshikha Dey, Ravneet Kaur, Satyakaam Anand, Arjun Fauzdar play the foursome on a road trip to Mathura. NH 8- Road to Nidhivan is written & directed by Munindra, Produced by Sunil Goel & Niharika Jha, Editing by Prakash Jha lacks the crispiness and the DOP by Miles Rangaswamy appears tacky at several moments. It would otherwise have been a gripping film which is inspired by true stories of the mysterious conception of Nidhivan, a place near Mathura in Uttar Prad ....
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Qissa, Hindi movie review
When ever a film with a story based on 1947 partition is made, and more so if its a Love Story - the movie has created history with the recent examples of GADAR, PINJAR and many more. The partition of India and Pakistan is like bitter phase which has comes like a rlue but gets resolved with times. QISSA is a story of Umber Singh (Irrfan Khan) a Sikh who lives with his wife Maher (Tisca Chopra), three daughters & forth Son set in post- Colonial India when it was a part of Punjab in Pakistan. Umber Singh builds a new home for his family. As Umber Singh always yearned for a son who could grow his empire, he therefore brought up his fourth child (who is actually a girl) as his son. This child is named Kanwar and is played by Tillotama Shome. Kanwar discovered himself slowly as he grows up and Umber Singh sets his marriage with Neeli (Rasika Duggal). As Urban Singh could not get son fro ....
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BABY - Hindi movie review
An elite counter-intelligence unit learns of a plot, masterminded by a maniacal madman. With the clock ticking, it's up to them to track the terrorists' international tentacles and prevent them from striking at the heart of India.   Post the 26/11 attacks in Mumbai a team of special officers is formed and they are assigned mission 'BABY'. The job is to find and eliminate terrorists who are planning attacks in various cities in India.  To put it simply, Baby is the most realistic portrayal of the life and times of a brave spy whose job is to thwart terror plots. This one is undoubtedly the best Bollywood action - spy thriller which matches Hollywood flicks of this genre.  Afte conning people in Special 26, Akshay Kumar is back in a role ....
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Mumbai 125 KMs
When we talk about Long journeys, what comes to our mind - Romance, Adventure, Scary, Excitement, Isn't it ? Well that is what the forthcoming movie Mumbai - 125 KM about - Journey. Now lets see weather it proves to be Romantic Adventures movie or will it as usual a Boring Trip. Read More
Bang Bang Hindi movie review
Hrithik and Katrina star in this action movie, a remake of the Hollywood film - Knight and Day (Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz), directed by Siddharth Anand and produced by Fox Star Studios.

Bang Bang Hindi Movie Review

Supposedly touted as the most expensive Bollywood film, it is high octane action drama mounted on huge canvas, superb action scenes, hot chemistry between the lead pair and yet it lacks soul. There is virtually no storyline and those family scenes depict no connect between the protagonist and his parents, rather they slow down the pace. It begins with action sequence in London where a dreaded terrorist Omar Zafar (Danny Denzongpa) escapes through his aides, right in presence of an Indian army officer Viren Nanda (Jimmy Shergill). Omar Zafar ruthlessly murders the Indian soldier. Omar Zafar is informed by his abettor Hamid Gul (Jaaved Jaffrey) that the Britis ....
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Mary Kom Hindi film review
The much awaited bio-pic on 5 times world amateur boxing champion in her weight category - MARY KOM is out now. Mary Kom, the film begins with Mary (played by Priyanka Chopra). Why does she have to have freckles on her face, is difficult to fathom. Fighting it out for her friend, beating a grown up boy and excitedly barging in a Boxing academy where she pleads the coach to train her. In a true guru style, the coach M. Narjit Singh (played by Sunil Thapa) tests her patience and is ultimately won over by her commitment. The movie continues lucidly and it is shown that the zealous student fighter is chosen for her first national championships, which she wins with ease. Then on to getaway pastures of international championships where she brings glory to the country. Then the inevitable happens and she falls in love, and promptly after winn ....
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Mardaani Hindi movie review
Unlike Women Empowerment, the power lies within every girl. Its time to stand against these criminals, instead of being weak and appear helpless, this one is a call to search power within inside and you can then walk fearless in the open world. Fight against these rogues who think women are their private property. “Mardaani” is story packed with action and thrills. Shivani Shivaji Roy (Rani Mukherjee Chopra), is an astute cop working in a Mumbai Crime Branch unit. Deft at picking up hidden clues and fearless in confronting hardened criminals, Shivani stumbles on a case that will change her life forever. Complications arise when her adopted child “Pyaari” is kidnapped from a shelter run by a NGO, hence she begins her search. As she begins her investigations, which deepen moe and more, she comes to know that its not only her pyaari, while it’s the case of many girls go missin ....
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Chal Bhaag Hindi film
A wannabe new age quickie about Delhi underbelly with all the ingredients, like larger than life Dons, corrupt to the core Police Personnel (it seems the department has become a favorite whipping boy of one and all including any Tom Dick and Harry). Chal Bhaag - movie review. The movie begins with the murder of an ex-MLA, then the director goes on to establish the three protagonists. The First one, Munna Supari (Deepak Dobriyal) is a road-side tapori (smarty) showing off his razor wielding skills, and is a self proclaimed goon. Then there is a petty thief Bunty (Tarun Bajaj) who snatches chains for a living and gives them to his early sweetheart as if on a cue. The Third Guy Daler Singh (Varun Mehra), an outcast, is a bit of a mystery to himself, shown as a hungry tiger but across as a ‘touch-me-not’ with a heart of gold who follows his heart but is unable to convey his fee ....
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Holiday - Hindi Movie Review

Sleeper Cell?

Holiday begins with a weak introduction where a family is waiting at the station for the hero to return home from his posting at the front. A train load of soldiers arrives and out hops Captain Virat Bakshi (Akshay Kumar), an army man who is back home to Mumbai for his holidays. It seems that the director A. R. Murugadoss, had a drought of ideas as this itself was presented on the pretext of lack of auspicious occasion and so was the introduction of the heroine Sahiba (Sonakshi Sinha). Immediately, on his arrival, his family takes him to see a bride, but he instantly feels the girl is too soft and an introvert. He is wrong, as sometime later, he finds out that she is actually a boxer and he is impressed. He is now fond of this girl, and with help of a friend (a police man – Sumeet Raghavan), he woos the girl. The game begins when due to ....
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