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Extraction - Netflix

Another web offering by Netflix from their originals stable is Extraction. Extraction has been creating quite a buzz in the last month or so since its release. Promoted heavily on T.V. Channels, a genuine entertainer in Covid times is Extraction. Now a days the things that are being dished out on the web or the OTT platform in the form…

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Once Upon A Time in Mumbaai, movie review
Seen through the eyes of a police officer, 'Once Upon A time in Mumbaai' traces the changing face of the Mumbai underworld and how it all started. The film, set primarily in 1970s Mumbai, follows the rise of Sultan and the conflict, when his protégé Shoaib challenges his supremacy, and usurps power to rule the murky underbelly of Mumbai. Once Upon A Time in Mumbaai movie review... ACP Agnel Wilson (Randeep Hooda) is one man who thought could save Bombay. On a mission to clean up what he calls the murky filth of the city, it seems that his ambition has driven the city to a brink of destruction. Sultan Mirza (Ajay Devgn) starts early in his life in the business of smuggling gold and grows up to become a very strong and powerful man of Bombay. With his might and wisdom, and for peace in the city, he divides and allocates Bombay into different zones to the smugglers of that time. ....
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Karma aur Holi, movie review
The film ‘Karma Aur Holi’, directed by Manish Gupta, is aimed as a film on inter-relationship complexities and dark personal secrets. Karma aur Holi is entirely shot in New York, and other parts of the USA. It deals with relationships of many dimensions, their conflicts and then the resolutions on the auspicious day of Holi, which heralds the coming of spring in India. Holi is an Indian festival of colors that signifies a new beginning. It is a film about human relationships. Karma aur Holi is a contemporary story which revolves around the Indian families living in the USA. It is about those Indians having migrated to America and how they adapt to the difference in culture and their willingness to give up their inherent cultural inhibitions. Meera and Dev (Sushmita Sen and Randeep Hooda), a couple, living in New York, realize after a few years of marriage and togetherness, t ....
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Mere Khwabon mein jo aaye, movie review
Mere Khwabon Mein Jo Aaye is really a simple story, about the triumph of spirit over every odd. And the power of the creative imagination - if you can dream it, you can have it. But perhaps the hardest thing in the world is to dream. Madhureeta Anand in her debut directorial venture shows some style and good narrative style where single frame of the film appears attractive. Being the story of Maya (Raima Sen) lives in New Delhi Mere Khwabon mein jo aaye. Maya is married to Vikram (Arbaaz Khan) and has a daughter Priya. Maya’s life is mundane and centers around her family. She always dreamed throughout these years of becoming a singer that never materialized. One evening she overhears a conversation between her husband and another woman and realises that he’s having an affair. Her simple, family centric life around her breaks down and she realises how Vikram had slowly degenerat ....
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Ru-Ba-Ru, movie review
The film Ru-Ba-Ru's publicity describes it as a romantic thriller which revolves around the relationship between a live-in couple caught amidst their busy professional careers. Rubaru is shot extensively in the beautiful Krabi Beach area in Bangkok, Thailand. The movie is an adaptation of Gil Junger's Hollywood hit If Only (2004). Randeep Hooda and Sahana Goswami share some steamy and passionate lip locking scenes in debutant director Arjun Baali's Ru-Ba-Ru. Sahana Goswami, who recently played Arjun Rampal's wife in Rock On! plays a lead role here as Tara, who is a professional theater actress. Randeep Hooda is an advertising executive. Other films show budding love, the initial problems faced by the couple, which are overcome and they lived happily ever after. Ru-Ba-Ru deals about the life that comes after being in a relationship for two years. Living with each other for so lon ....
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Sultan, movie review
A tale about an underdog wrestler's journey, looking for a comeback by defeating all odds stacked up against him. But when he has nothing to lose and everything to gain in this fight for his life match, Sultan must literally fight for his life. For Salman Khan fans, 'Sultan' is Full Paisa Vasool. The ups and downs of Sultan Ali Khan. a 30 something settled in profession of installing TV connections for a Direct to Home (DTH) provider, as he dreams of representing India at the Olympics and who begins with fighting his way to become a local wrestling champion and ending with the world at his feet. Review: For Sallubhai fans - Don't waste your time reading this review, just go and watch it. For others - TINA (There is No Alternative) on Idd holidays. This is a solo hindi film release. There are some encouraging words of wisdom in the film, like "Wrestling is not a sport it's about fig ....
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Do Lafzon Ki Kahani, movie review
Do Lafzon ki Kahani is a mushy romantic fairytale idea of love, about sacrifice and depicts suffering for the sake of one's beloved. It begins well yet it has flashes of the cinema of ‘90s A romantic drama directed by Deepak Tijori is a remake of the 2011 Korean movie 'Always'. Do Lafzon Ki Kahani features Randeep Hooda and Kajal Aggarwal in the lead roles. A gifted actor that he is Randeep Hooda comes up with yet another powerful performance. He is equally balanced by Kajal Aggarwal's acting as a girl who has lost her vision in an accident where she loses her parents. Jenny has an inclination towards Indian culture so much so that she is is obsessed with the regular 'saas bahu' type serials. Suraj (Randeep Hooda) is a part-time boxer in Malaysia. Jenny (Aggarwal) is a blind girl, on meeting whom Suraj falls in love with. When he comes to know that the reason for her blindness in ....
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Rang Rasiya hindi movie review
Raja Ravi Verma had hiterto been an enigma to the common populace. For a child of all generations for over the centuries. His paintings on Gods have adorned many a temples and private mandirs in millions of homes across India. Raja Ravi Varma was a renowned Indian painter and artist in the late 19th century who achieved recognition for his paintings depicting scenes from Indian literature and mythology including the epics of Mahabharata and Ramayana. He is considered among the greatest painters in the history of Indian art and his paintings are considered to be among the best examples of the fusion of Indian traditions with the techniques of European academic art. The movie is about his life, which was as colourful as his paitings. The movie is recounted as a flashback and the narrator being is his brother, who has been through all his thicks and thins of his life. The movie charts t ....
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Highway - The movie
As soon as the trailers of this ambitious venture of producer Sajid Nadiadwala and writer director Imtiaz Ali were out for the audience, the film generated buzz; be it for its casting – the unconventional lead pair or the contemporary storyline.  (Highway Film Review) After all the anticipation, one thing was sure, Highway had to prove its worth to the audiences. The movie commences with a young rich city girl Veera Tripathi (played by Alia Bhatt) about to get married. Just a few days before her wedding she convinces her fiancé to take her for a late night drive to get away and take a break from all the customs and preparations. Despite continuous warnings from her fiancé, she insists on driving till the highway, much to his dismay for it being an unsafe area to drive on especially at the time. Little did she know that one drive could change not only her entire life but als ....
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John Day is a thriller from the producers of the 2008 acclaimed thriller A Wednesday.

John Day - movie review...

Directed by Ahishor Solomon,John Day is lifted from the 2002 Spanish film, La Caja 507 (Box507). It begins with teenage boy impressing his girlfriend by driving into dense forest, and then taking her into an abandoned estate. She is impressed, but that’s the last time we see her and the next scene is her parents carrying out her final rituals and laying her body to peace. What would have been a taut thriller, the film goes haywire as the screenplay loosens its pace and at times it is frustratingly slow. John Day(Naseeruddin Shah) is a bank manager, and a happy family man with his wife (Shernaz Patel) and a teenage daughter. This young girl, after lying to her parents, goes off on a vacation with her boyfriend. The boy wants to be different, and he doesn ....
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