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Angrezi Mein Kehte Hai still

NFDC unveils the first look of its latest release, Angrezi Mein Kehte Hain – a delightful love story featuring Sanjay Mishra, Ekavali Khanna and Pankaj Tripathi in lead roles Directed by Harish Vyas, Angrezi Mein Kehte Hain is slated for a Pan-India theatrical release on 18th May 2018 Angrezi Mein Kehte Hain is being presented by NFDC and produced by…

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Newton - hindi movie review
A political satire, black-comedy that has been widely appreciated across several international film festivals is all about a day in the lives of election officials while conducting elections in the interiors of Chattisgarh state. Newton Kumar (Rajkummar Rao) is a presiding officer solely in charge of supervising the conduction of elections in the notorious troubled place. Newton follows the election commission manual strictly and primarily wants the electorate to come out and vote for the candidate of their choice. He has made up his mind to encourage as many voters to come out of their homes and cast their vote, one of the biggest pillars in a democracy. Newton faces an uphill task with other officials around him who are not keen on encouraging the tribals to cast their vote. There is an armed officer (Pankaj Tripathi) who happens to be the secutiry incharge for providing security t ....
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Coffee with D, movie review
India's most loved comedian-actor Sunil Grover debuts as a lead hero in the comedy drama - Coffee with D. Country's well known news anchor Arnab Ghosh (Sunil Grover) interviews 'D', the most wanted Don who opens up about '93 Mumbai blasts live on televison. This prominent news anchor/journalist gets deep in conversation with the wanted underworld don. Arnab is the most controversial television journalist. To that extent that he upsets a politician during a live interview which gets his boss furious, and coupled with the falling TRPs (Television Rating System Points) of Arnab's news programme, the channel boss has decided to take Arnab off from the prime time slot and demote him to some day-time cookery show. They have time period of 2 months to improve the channel's viewership else it would shut down. Now Arnab finds himself deprived of his credit card facility, cut in his ot ....
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Nil Batey Sanata Trailer Launched

Colour Yellow Productions, Eros International and Jar Pictures launch the trailer of Nil Battey Sannata! Colour Yellow Productions (Aanand L Rai), Eros International and Jar Pictures’ upcoming family entertainer Nil Battey Sannata featuring Swara Bhaskar, Ratna Pathak Shah, Ria Shukla and Pankaj Tripathi is a lighthearted and fun-filled entertainer. The trailer of Nil Battey Sannata was launched amidst a packed…

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Global Baba, movie review
Abhimanyu Singh plays a godman in this film which is based on spiritual babas of India. Global Baba is a social satire and craftily doesn't target any particular person or any religion. India could be the only country where hundreds of thousands of people (devotees) blindly surrender themselves to godmen. The film exposes such a godman who was once a hitman by the name Chillam Pehalwaan (Abhimanyu Singh) for a political party which used him as much as they could and once their dependence on him was over, they took the legal route of eliminating him in an enounter by Police Inspector Jacob (Ravi Kishan). Chillam Pehalwan manages to escape during the encounter but had taken 2 gun shots and was noticed in the nick of the moment by the saadhus on the banks of a river who nursed him to bring back to life. He is spotted by Damru (Pankaj Tripathi) who advises him to take refuge within t ....
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Nil Battey Sannata’s first poster

Nil Battey Sannata’s first poster launched on Women’s Day! The first official poster of Eros International, Colour Yellow Productions (Aanand L Rai) and Jar Pictures’ Nil Battey Sannata is out. Directed by debutant filmmaker Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari (wife of filmmaker Nitesh Tiwari), the movie stars Swara Bhaskar, Ratna Pathak Shah, Ria and Pankaj Tripathi. Since the film deals with a…

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Dilwale - movie review
Dilwale is a one-fourth of DDLJ in its name and the entertainment content. A predictable story line, the film relies much on SRK’s shoulders. To make the matters worse, the film’s promos reminisce the viewer of the hit pair of DDLJ and this comparison makes it worse, as the lead couple lacks the freshness and charm of Raj and Simran of Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge. Raj (Shahrukh Khan) gets up from a nightmare from his past. He is a docile do-gooder who resides with his younger brother Veer (Varun Dhawan) on whom he dotes on and would go any distance to keep his wishes as he had promised their father Randhir (Vinod Khanna - a haggard) that he will take good care of him. Raj and Veer are settled in Goa, while the elder bro is easygoing, introvert and philanthropic, his brother is outgoing with a roving eye for all ‘things beautiful’. One day Veer, while on a car delivery bumps i ....
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Gunday
Post 1972 India-Pak war, India humiliated Pakistan and the outcome was liberation of East Pakistan, which is now called as Bangladesh. Two orphans are sent to a Refugee camp in Bangladesh where they get shelter and food in return for (working) smuggling guns. Gunday - film review The kids - Bikram and Bala are exploited by the gun dealer and now there is a child molester wanting to keep one of them as his slave. The boys sense trouble and escape from there, flee to the other side of the border and arrive in Calcutta, India. Kolkatta was then named as Calcutta. Bikram and Bala start their livelihood by working in a small restaurant for some time, where the owner humiliates them, referring to them as 'refugees'. They get into a fight with him and leave his employment. Now they get into looting small quantities of coal, while it is routinely transported in trains. Their confidence ....
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Maazii, an Urdu word - which means the past, is a thriller directed by Jaideep Chopra on the story, screenplay and dialogues penned by Sumit Nijhawan and Shirish Sharma. The near perfect life of Tarun (Sumit Nijhawan) and Shrishti (Mona Wasu) goes through a sea change after an act of bravery pushes a reluctant Tarun into the limelight. Debutant director Jaideep Chopra’s Maazii is a pleasant surprise. The film is about the questionable past of Tarun Singh (Sumit Nijhawan) that takes us through the thrilling journey especially in the second half with its unexpected twists and turns. Maazii open with the interrogation of a ruthless goon Rathi (Pankaj Tripathi) in a small police station, where the Senior Inspector is filing a report of the goon who is caught red handed in a case of rape and mass murder case. Rathi manages to escape with the help of his accomplice Bhati (Manav Kaushik) ....
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'Rangrezz' is the Hindi remake of Tamil hit film "Naadodigal", which was subsequently remade in Telugu. It is a an overtly demonstrative eye opener with a message for the youth of today. The young minds need to ponder over the repercussions of their deeds when they fall in love. The film is about love and compatibility of the future life partner. Rangrezz is a tribute to friendship. The story is about three friends in Mumbai who dedicatedly attempt to unite another friend with his lady-love. It begins well, the lifestyle of middle-class families in the city, the affectionate bond of friendship of three friends. Celebration of various festivals. While the characters are introduced with the narrative proceeds at a refreshing pace. Rishi Deshpande (Jackky Bhagnani), Pakya (Vijay Verma) and Vinod (Amitosh Nagpal) are three friends with Rajpal Yadav’s character shown as the waiter who h ....
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