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Madam Chief Minister Trailer launched

Here is the trailer of Madam Chief Minister where Richa Chadha is seen in a powerful political drama, which is a path-breaking point in her career. Trailer Link : http://bit.ly/MCM-Trailer After intriguing teaser posters, the makers of Richa Chadha starrer ‘Madam Chief Minister’ have unveiled the trailer of the gut shaking political drama written & directed by Subhash Kapoor. The…

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A Scandall, hindi movie review
Its trailer is thrilling, the film A Scandall is promising and gripping be that as it may the feature film tends to stray at leisure pace several times. What if a father who finds himself guilty for the death of his daughter, starts relating with her in day to day situations? Is he actually seeing her dead daughter or is it his way of dealing with his personal tragedy? What if a planchette session meant to invoke sprits brings out skeletons from past instead? A Scandall begins with a happy family of Manav (Manav Kaul) and his wife Anshu (Tanvi Vyas) leading a peaceful, content life at the scenic hillstation Nainital with their 9 year old daughter Kuhu, who drowns in a lake in Nainital. Soon after this incident, her father, Manav falls off a cliff but lives on to lead a strange life of hallucinations and complete metamorphosis. Eventhough it appears that the couple's life is a ....
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Jai Gangaajal, Movie review
A real life-like drama which makes you forget that you are watching a film. Unfortunately these incidents of lawlessness and wrong doings still take place in Central India. Jai Gangaajal is the story of a lady Superintendent of Police (S.P.) Abha Mathur (Priyanka Chopra) who takes charge in Bankepur in Central India. Her mission is to earnestly implement the law exactly in the same manner as the oath taken by her during the course of her Police training. Its prequel Gangaajal had Ajay Devgn who plays a cop and is the protagonist in a somewhat similar drama. Apart from the glamorous Priyanka Chopra as the central character, the director Prakash Jha himself debuts as an actor who plays the role of a Circle Babu (a senior Inspector). It is Priyanka Chopra's film as she pulls off action sequences realistically, underplays her emotions, extremely sensitive to the happenings in her area of ....
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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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The film Kai Po Che is based on Chetan Bhagat’s bestselling novel 'The 3 Mistakes of My Life'. Kai Po Che actually means a triumphant yell in Gujarati, usually heard during the kite flying festival. This slice of life film is an unforgettable ode to friendship and the magical moments one shares with one’s closest pals.

Kai Po Che- movie review

Abhishek Kapoor shows celebrations of festivals, drunken dancing, watching cricket matches together, how three friends strategize to catch the attention of the cute neighborhood girl. Friendship is being there to watch each other’s back in troubled times and to celebrate one’s successes by screaming “Kai Po Che”! It is the story of best friends Ishaan (Sushant Singh Rajput), Omi (Amit Sadh) and Govind (Raj Kumar Yadav). This trio is young, ambitious and restless – who want to make a mark in the India of the early 2000’ ....
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