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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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Paa, movie review
Paa is made by R. Balki who has penned the offbeat hit Cheeni Kum. He takes to direction with Auro which is as impressive as his first film. Paa movie review... Auro (Amitabh Bachchan) is an intelligent, witty 13 year old boy with an extremely rare genetic defect that causes accelerated ageing. He suffers from a progeria like syndrome. Progeria is a debilitating disease where the child ages rapidly beyond his age. Kids affected by this problem lose all their hair, become bald and their veins begin to show prominently on their heads, which enlarge to a size beyond normal. Their teeth and eyes suffer also. Mentally he is 13, very normal, but physically he looks 5 times older. In spite of his condition, Auro is a very happy boy. He lives with his mother Vidya (Vidya Balan) who is a gynecologist. Amol Arte (Abhishek Bachchan) is a young progressive and a full of ideals politician ....
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Dhoondte Reh Jaoge, movie review
‘The concept is simple, brilliant, failsafe, unique and guaranteed to work,’ says Anand Pawar (Kunal Kemmu) an honest Charted Accountant but looser in life, to Raj Chopra (Paresh Rawal), a veteran film Producer with no money, heavily in debt as all his previous films have been flops in the film Dhoondte Reh Jaoge. Anand and Raj team up and hatch a plan to raise money to produce a feature film and then actually make it for a pittance. They plot to make it so badly that audiences will reject it on the first day of its release, which would give them a foolproof chance to decamp with the remaining invested funds. All they need to do is raise 100 Crore from various financers and produce the film in 5 Crore. They would then make a film that will never work, a film that will be hooted out on the first day itself and run away with 95 Crore. They want to become instant millionaires i ....
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Maharathi, movie review
224 Crores… 3 scamsters... a wily lawyer... an astute ACP... a sleepwalker and a secret locket in a freezer. A game is about to begin in Maharathi... With high stakes and desperate players. A young discontented wife, her eccentric millionaire husband.. Then we have his trusted chauffer-cum-confidante and a wily grumpy lawyer. All think they hold the winning cards. All are wrong... for all are pawns. And as the game unfolds... a suicide will be camouflaged as murder... a phony kidnapping will result in death... an innocent caretaker will get entangled in more than what she bargained for. Maharathi movie review... At stake - freedom from the net cast by the astute ACP Gokhale and Inspector Borkar. As the players stage an unnerving battle to outwit each other, the cops close in for the kill. Everybody will scramble for cover... the plot will get murkier... the lies will come faste ....
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Maan Gaye Mughal-e-Azam, movie review

Maan Gaye Mughal-e-Azam is a contemporary comedy story is set in Goa of 1993 when terrorists are plotting to bomb-blast Mumbai.

In a small Goan town is a theatre company managed by Uday Shankar Mazumdar (Paresh Rawal) and his wife Shabnam (Mallika Sherawat). This drama troupe - Kalakar Natak Company produces socially relevant, thought-provoking plays with simple comedy and their intention is to change the society one day and everyone will say, 'Maan Gaye Mughal-E-Azam'. Arjun (Rahul Bose) is one of the regulars in the audience. He is a R.A.W. agent and has a crush on Shabnam. The theatre company gets involved with an undercover agent who is working on saving the country from a bomb blast. One by one they come forward to help and are eventually instrumental in making a deadly game plan to save the world. Things take a twist when Arjun gets to know of this deadly plan of t ....
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Mumbai Meri Jaan, movie review
Mumbai Meri Jaan is truly an exceptional movie which touches your heart, which can make you cry. It salutes the spirit of Mumbai and does it so effectively that the viewer can relate through the lives of ordinary persons in the film. Director Nishikant Kamat’s film explores the aftermath of a terrorist attack on the mindset of people. It is about the infamous July 11, 2006 Mumbai train blasts and how these incidents affect the lives of different people in the city. The film simply presents the facts and reality of life and it does not try to be judgmental at all. It is upon the viewer to make his own opinion. The film has five different stories running parallel to each other which are bound by the same incident. Nikhil (R. Madhavan) is software professional and a responsible citizen. Incidently, on the fateful day of July when there are serial blasts on different trains throughout ....
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Mere Baap Pehle Aap, movie review
Comedy specialist director Priyadarshan has come out with another not so great comedy story about a widowed father and his authoritarian son - Mere Baap Pehle Aap. The director who has produced good comedies like Hera-Pheri and Malamaal Weekly comes up with just an average entertainer. Anyway, good performances and the dialogues add fizz to the story. It is the story of an authoritarian son (Akshaye Khanna) who bosses his long-widowed father (Paresh Rawal) about living away the remaining years of his life like a decent old gentleman. But the father, well under the influence of his lusty old friend (Om Puri), is inspired to relive his youth again and marry his childhood sweetheart (Shobhana). And even as the son falls in love with a girl (Genelia D'Souza) who troubles him perpetually, he is worried more about his father’s marriage than his own. Mere Baap Pehle Aap opens with a dre ....
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One Two Three, movie review
The movie has been produced by Kumar Mangat and Sunil Lulla, with collaboration of two popular film banners - Big Screen Entertainment and Eros Entertainment. Ashwani Dheer the debutant director's One Two Three is a slapstick comedy with a decent star cast. One Two Three is a story of mistaken identity of three men with the same name and the hunt for diamonds worth 10 crores. One Two Three, movie review - Diamonds worth ten crores are stolen from the dangerous Don, Papa (Mukesh Tiwari). The diamonds accidentally fall in the hands of young love birds - Chandu (Upen Patel) and Chandni (Tanisha), who quickly hide them in a car. The don and his idiotic henchmen Alberts (Vrijesh Hirjee) and Pintos (Manoj Pahva) are desperately hunting for the diamonds while hot headed police officer Mayavati Chautala (Neetu Chandra) is on the prowl looking for offenders of any kind. Enter the first Laxm ....
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No smoking movie review
The movie begins with the hero K (John Abraham) having nightmares. He is a heavy smoker and an unapologetic one at that because he's a stubborn and obnoxious guy, who does exactly what he wants His disgruntled wife Anjali (Ayesha Takia) is fed up with his habit and is all set to leave him. The trouble begins and we have K, in his bathtub, having a surreal dream of being lost in Siberia without his cigarettes. No Smoking review read further... "What do you want for our anniversary?" asks the arrogant husband admiring himself smoking, while his wife looks though him and utters- "Divorce". Want a cure to divorce? The better quit smoking. The movie has parallels to "Kafka" and Steven Spielberg's "Schindler's List". Hallucinogenic images are portrayed amidst a deluge of cryptic dialogues. The narrative plays a dismaying mind-game where the smoker-hero gets trapped in a sewage underbell ....
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Bhool Bhulaiya movie review
Bhool Bhulaiyaa is a hindi remake of a Malayalam super hit film - Manichitrathazhu, which has a better ending than the other Priyadarshan movies like Dhol, etc... Its a slapstick murder mystery which thankfully has buffoonery restricted only to the first half of the movie and that's tolerable. The second half really scares the audience, which apart from frightening, is also amusing and exciting. The movie begins with its usual slapstick comedy rendered by Paresh Rawal, Rajpal Yadav, Asrani and the gang - without Akshay Kumar. It is acceptable since the story moves on alongwith the regular giggling moments. Bhool Bhulaiya has songs, comedy, suspense and spirits, and some portions are not for the faint hearted. The hit songs are Hare Krishna Hare Rama - which could have been included somewhere around Akshay Kumar's entry which would be more excitable. The other number on Shiny Ahuja and ....
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