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Hum Shaan Se Jalne Nikle Hai

Composed by Hitesh Modak, Hum Shaan Se Jalne Nikle Hai, the soundtrack of 1962: The War In The Hills, moves people emotionally and fills them with pride. After a series of cast reveals, the makers of 1962: The War In The Hills have released the original soundtrack from the show – Hum Shaan Se Jalne Nikle Hai. With music composed…

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1962 - The War In The Hills

Disney+ Hotstar VIP releases first look of war-epic titled 1962 – The War In The Hills; Directed by Mahesh Manjrekar and starring Abhay Deol Inspired by true events, the series will launch on 26th February 2021 exclusively for subscribers of Disney+ Hotstar VIP and Disney+ Hotstar Premium On the occasion of India’s 72nd Republic Day, Disney+ Hotstar VIP and actor…

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Vijay Shinde, Mahesh Manjrekar, Narendra Hirawat's collaboration for Marathi crime thriller

Promising it to be the most ambitious and engrossing Marathi crime thriller NH Studioz turns producer for Mahesh Manjrekar’s untitled next, his dream project. Incidentally the film also marks the foray of NH Studioz into regional cinema as producers along with 99 productions. Well-known actor-producer and director Mahesh Manjarekar is one of the names who recently started shooting for his…

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Ready - movie review
Set amidst the appealing locales of Thailand, ‘Ready’ revolves around Prem (Salman Khan), the sole heir to a sprawling empire owned by his father and uncles. Prem’s father desires that he gets married and settles down, though Prem intends to enjoy his single status to the fullest. The would be bride is arriving by air, but Prem and his uncle goof up at the airport and come across another girl named Sanjana (Asin), who has just fled from her own wedding. Ready movie review... Sanjana pretends to be Pooja herself (the girl who was to come to Prem’s house). She wins the hearts of the entire Kapoor family, except Prem, who doesn’t approve her. Meanwhile, Sanjana's uncles, Amar Choudhary (Akhilendra Mishra), and Suraj Choudhary (Sharat Saxena), who are rivals are on the lookout for the girl. Each of them is trying to get her married with their own brother-in-laws. Sanjan ....
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Fruit and Nut, movie review
Fruit & Nut is a spoof on India's amusing socio-political state. Therefore a film of this genre should not be taken seriously as it has plenty of slapstick Govinda-David Dhawan type silly scenes. Fruit and nut movie review... Directed by Kunal Vijaykar, Fruit and Nut is one of those films that succeed in making you giggle intermittently as it is a senseless comedy with not too amusing absurdities here and there. The story of Fruit and Nut is about Jolly Maker (Cyrus Broacha), a simple, hard working middle class bachelor in search of love, money, friends and fame. He works as an accounts clerk in a greedy and corrupt builder named Khandar’s (Mahesh Manjrekar) office. This nerd Jolly Maker is an accident-prone character who leaves a trail of disaster behind him. One day in broad daylight, Jolly Maker's beautiful, sexy, smart and snobbish colleague, Monica (Dia Mirza), gets m ....
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Zor Lagaa Ke Haiya, movie review
Zor Lagaa Ke Haiya is a film that carries a social message of saving the environment in the present age of rampant industrialization where money talks. Mithun Chakraborty is a homeless man who joins hand with a bunch of children to save a tree that faces the axe from a man who wants to bring brick and mortar in place of the tree’s lush green canopy. Zor Lagaa Ke Haiya movie review... We must have observed certain areas in our vicinity, which once had fine healthy trees and lots of greenery just some time back – now lay barren with cemented roads or just new construction coming up. This is often witnessed even at many spots on our city roads – with mindless cutting of trees often making way for display of hoardings or then just for road widening. And the aam aadmi is going on with his life with an indifferent attitude. What a shame! Now its up to the children who are our fu ....
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Bajirao Mastani, movie review
A masterpiece of love, and war, exploring the romantic side of a 18th-century Maratha general, Bajirao Ballal Bhat, a brahmin by birth and who fought and won 41 battles at a stretch against the Mughals with an aim to create a unified Hindu kingdom across India.   The glorious rule of the Peshwas, its grandeur, their culture, and the their large heartedness during those times takes us back to that era of righteous rulers which we have only learnt in our history lessons.   It opens with a Maratha emperor Chhatrapati Shahu (Mahesh Manjrekar) seeking nominations for the post of the Peshwa (a Prime Ministerial candidate). The brahmin youth Bajirao (Ranveer Singh) with his superlative display of his skill and wisdom lands him the title. History has a special mention about this Peshwa's reputation as a warrior and statesman par excellence which is widely known.   ....
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Singham Returns
A sequel to the 2011 hit film Singham, the honest & fearless cop Bajirao Singham returns to Mumbai being a DCP Mumbai Police. The dauntless lion is now ready to roar again and facing new adversities & challenges that cross his path to test his integrity and valor. Bajirao Singham (Ajay Devgn), an honest and a fearless police officer now a DCP in Mumbai Police, is an epitome of courage, integrity having always stood up to fight against injustice to eradicate the weeds of the society. While on duty once, he nabs the offender group of youngsters on motorbikes, yet frees them without framing charges against them, with just a warning, since he felt that once an innocent youth is put behind the bars, it leads to breeding a criminal. The story jumps into action when a police constable from Singham’s squad is found dead having scampered away holding enormous sum of money and is cha ....
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A love story of a nautch girl and a Brahmin boy. Kangana Ranaut is the star in this drama highlighting the decline and plight of the age old tradition of Mujras and Kothas. Primarily a love story, it also looks into the issue of the mujra houses that are dying a slow death in today's competitive world of high rises and corruption. There was a time when areas like Mumbai Central and Nagpada were known for kothewallis and their kothas. Due to the sudden rise in prices of real estate in South Mumbai, it is these age old structures which have fallen prey to the eyes of the real estate developers who have only one aim, to clean out these kothas and build multi storey apartment houses which are sold at exorbitant rates. Gradually and steadily they are all disappearing in the midst of a heart-wrenching romantic plot. Kangana Ranaut plays the nautch girl, at certain moments she is also refer ....
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An explosive, true story of the first encounter killing in Bombay and the war between Dilawar, Manya Surve & Inspector Afaaque Baagraan. The story is primarily based on the book on the underworld of Bombay, written by S. Hussain Zaidi. In 1992, Bombay witnessed an infamous encounter in Lokhandwala. The news was telecast by the BBC and covered extensively by the media across the country and internationally. Till date more than 820 encounters have been recorded in the files of Mumbai police, but where did it all begin? Shootout at Wadala is a crime thriller film, a prequel to the 2007 hit movie Shootout at Lokhandwala. It outlines the rampant gang wars in Bombay and culminates in an explosive 3-way face-off between the dreaded gangster Dilawar, the notorious & charismatic gangster Manya Surve & Inspector Afaaque Baagraan. The first-ever registered encounter by Mumbai police ....
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