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Entertainment - Hindi Movie Review
Junior, the endearing dog is the highlight of this comedy drama, which practically fails to tickle the viewer. Read further ...  Entertainment hindi movie The hare brained of a story is very the name of this simple film with our hero Akhil Lokhande (Akshay Kumar) a jack of all working overtime in many jobs to pay for his father’s hospital bill who he soon realizes is not unwell and is also not his father. His father is a multi-millionaire Mr. Johri from Thailand (Dalip tahil in an innocuous role). In the meantime Akhil is in love with a serialwalli (Tammannah Bhatia) (wasted) and promises her father (Mithun Charavarti – abhorring) he will become a millionaire and only then take the hand of his daughter. Thus to lay his claim on his father’s fortune he fast flies to Thailand only to find that the lonely father who has just kicked the bucket has left all that he had i.e. Ru ....
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Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania
It depicts the new generation and its instinctive reactions to various situations they experience. For the college going, this film would be welcomed. For their parents it would come up as a shocking revealation of the behaviourial attitudes of the present generation. Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania movie review... The girl is in command here. The boy adjusts himself to whims and fancies of his sweetheart. There are moments where the father gives in to his daughters demand of having a Designer attire at her wedding, which costs the same value as a new car in the market. Then there is a situation where the boy announces of his 'birthday get-to-gether' where the girl outbeats him in gupling down bottles of beer. In fact, it is the female protagonist who is shown as outgoing and even more agressive than the boy. Here, the boy insists on seeking the blessings of the girl's parents before ge ....
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Citylights - Movie review
A touching film based on the life of Deepak Singh in Rajasthan who comes to the City of Dreams - Mumbai with his wife and daughter in hope of a better life. CITYLIGHTS - movie review... The film CITYLIGHTS is a remake of the BAFTA nominated British film Metro Manila (2013). Deepak Singh (Rajkummar Rao) was in the army much earlier. As he wanted to be with his family, he quits the job and sets up a cloth store in Rajasthan. Being unlucky, his debts go on piling on with compounded interest which finally leads to shutters down on the shop. He has nothing to do. Nowhere to go. When his life struck by a tragedy, he migrates to Mumbai, with his wife Rakhi (Patralekha) and young daughter Mahi, hoping for a better life. Being naïve, Deepak has only a single lead as a source, that of his  friend Omkar who had come to Mumbai, some time ago. However, upon arriving, he soon discovers ....
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O Teri
Pulkit Samrat and Bilal Amrohi are television journalists whose show is on a decline in popularity. They are warned by their female boss that they could lose their jobs untill they come up with something sensational, expose story of a scam or something. They share an apartment and move around in an old model Fiat car, supposedly a lucky charm as they bought it from a successful personality. The premise of O Teri is lifted from yesteryear classic, Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro, yet is fraction of it on entertainment value. Prantabh a.k.a. PP (Pulkit Samrat) and Anand a.k.a. A.I.D.S. (Bilal Amrohi) are investigative journalists who pick up a scoop here and there, the latest is that of a rare occurence of Adrak Ganesha (Lord Ganesha's form in a turmeric). Monsoon, the channel head (Sarah Jane Dias) instantly dismisses this story which these chaps had shot with dedication and their earnestness. Monso ....
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