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Sanjay Dutt and Balraj

Comedy Nights Bachao 2 – Comedy Circus fame, stand-up comedian and host Balraj, is undoubtedly one of the funniest guys in the industry. With shows like ’Entertainment ki Raat’, his witty one liners and chucklesome hosting allured audiences all across. While shooting for the second season of the show (which will air on Colors 21st April on wards), Balraj shot…

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Agneepath - movie review
Agneepath is a remake in its true sense. Much awaited and talked about endeavor of The Dharma Productions. Agneepath being of the action genre and full of violence is a very unlikely Dharma movie at the same time the screenplay, cinematography and other technicalities are very much its style. The story begins in a Maharashtrian village - Mandwaa with the school teacher (master Dinanath Chauhan ) whose growing popularity becomes a matter of concern for the village head. He plans on calling his son Kancha (Sanjay Dutt) to take care of this.Kancha tries to talk the villagers into leasing their properties to him so that he can set up a salt factory but his actual intension is revealed of trying to set up a drug mafia there. Masterji tries to stop the injustice he foresees if the villagers give into Kancha’s scheme. Then Kancha stages a miss happening and it seems like that the mas ....
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Rascals - movie review
On what should have been one of the happiest days of his life (on his engagement day) Anthony Gonsalves (Arjun Rampal) is robbed of Rupees 30 lakhs by a con man and on that particular day, the other con man divests him of his brand new Mercedes. Rascals movie review... Chetan Chauhan (Sanjay Dutt) and Bhagat Bhosle (Ajay Devgan) are con men who happen to swindle Anthony Gonsalves (Arjun Rampal) separately but on the same day. Chetan is a cultivated and suave master con, who operates in high society; among the rich and famous and usually goes for the big kill. Little does he realize that the guy he dismissed as small time is going to cost him big bucks. With their ill begotten gains, they board a flight to Bangkok only to find themselves seated next to each other. As there is no way two can men can exist in the same town together, Chetan decides to send Bhagat packing back to Ind ....
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Chatur Singh Two Star - movie review
Chatur Singh Two Star is based on a novel, titled Chalak Jasoos by M. Raza. The only admirable thing in this film Chatur Singh Two Star is the outstanding cinematography which captures the attractive, wonderful locales of Cape Town in South Africa. All characters try their best and end up indulging in buffoonery. The punches and jokes do not appeal at all. There is nothing like a story in this film. Just unsuccessful attempts to pack one joke after another. Chatur Singh 2 Star enacted by Sanjay Dutt is a police officer always ending up botching up cases and making a fool of himself. He is a disgrace to the Mumbai Police Department. Inspite of making a mess of almost every case handed to him, Chatur Singh has just been handed the biggest case in the department's history. This is a perfect chance for him to prove everyone why he is the best officer they have. A corrupt polit ....
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Double Dhamaal - movie review
The gang of Dhamaal – the four good-for-nothing jokers- Adi, Manav, Boman and Roy are back again in Double Dhamaal! Joker No 1 Riteish Deshmukh is Roy, who fancies himself as the greatest actor in the world. But alas, whether he¹s a slit eyed Chinese crook Lee or blacker than tar Tukya Kale, he ends up with a kick on his backside. Joker No 2 Arshad Warsi is Adi. The master brain amongst the birdbrains, his ideas for making easy money sound foolproof and easy. Joker No 3 Jaaved Jaafery is Manav, Adi’s adoring younger brother. Blessed with a trusting disposition, sunny smile and zero IQ, he specializes in saying the wrong thing at the wrong time and getting everybody into trouble. Joker No 4 Ashish Chowdhry is Boman. In his quest for easy money he will go to any lengths and do anything. Double Dhamaal has all these four jokers. They are still as stupid and useless as before. Har ....
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Lamhaa, movie review
Lamhaa is a social-action thriller about the life of people of Kashmir valley, a story about terrorists and the Indian army’s fight against terrorism. An outright bold and frank approach at the multi-layered turmoil in Kashmir, having quite a few real-life references that simply sums up as a genuine film about a real problem. Fortunately, national award winning director Rahul Dholakis does not exploit the political situation for narrating this love story. Cinematographer Jamie Fowlds captures the natural splendor of Kashmir in its beauty and well so in its sinister shades. Lamhaa movie review... An unidentified ‘company’ controlled by local leaders, generating millions of unaccountable dollars for the benefit of politicians and even the bureaucrats in the Indian and Pakistani intelligence is likely to disrupt and possibly paralyze Kashmir. This company’s mission is to brain ....
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Aladin, movie review
From the land of myths and legends - India - comes a fantasy adventure for the entire family. Directed by Sujoy Ghosh, Aladin is a modern re-imagining of the classic tale of 'Aladin and the Magic Lamp'. Aladin movie review... Aladin Chatterjee (Riteish Deshmukh) lives in the city of Khwaish, an orphan who has been bullied since childhood by Kasim (Sahil Khan) and his gang for being the namesake of the fairy tale character. Often his classmates ridicule him by making him rub lamps through which no genie emerges. Poor Aladin. One fine day, his life changes when Jasmine (Jacqueline Fernandez) gives him a magic lamp - because it lets lose the genie Genius (Amitabh Bachchan). Much to his disbelief, the Genie (Amitabh Bachchan) does come out of the lamp. Genius is on the verge of retirement and has his last three wishes to grant to his final master Aladin. Ideally one would expect ....
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All the Best, movie review
All the Best has some breathtaking car racing stunts, the stunning bright and colourful beaches and locales of Goa and comedy all the time. There is never a dull moment in Rohit Shetty's All the Best. Veer (Fardeen Khan) is a singer who is in greed of extracting extra pocket money from his step brother Dharam (Sanjay Dutt) who is a business honcho from London. Veer tries to lie about his single status and puts it forth as 'Happily Married' with Vidya (Mughda Godse) who he is in love with. His friend Prem (Ajay Devgn) who is a concept car expert lends a helping hand in this falsely embossed projection. Prem is happily married to Jhanvi (Bipasha Basu) who takes care of his ancestor's out-dated 'Chopra Gymnasion'. Veer and Prem land up in debts as they opted for a short-cut to earn big money. Now Veer and Prem get into a bigger soup when Dharam pays a sudden visit to their place ....
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Blue, movie review
Blue is Bollywood’s first action thriller shot underwater and it’s a Rupees 100 Crores film as claimed by the producers. The deep blue Pacific Ocean lures everyone with promises of a large treasure. And like all treasures, it is not easy to reach. Guarded by sharks and the wild waters it is still waiting to be discovered. Blue movie review... A treasure lays buried deep at the bottom of an ocean. A British ship by the name ‘Lady in Blue’ full of treasure, sank while on its way to India. There are many people who want to get there by risking life, be it theirs or someone else’s. Blue starts off quite well with a brilliantly shot sequence where Akshay Kumar and Sanjay Dutt drive out a Shark from their underwater net. There are some breathtaking underwater shots, well conceived superb action scenes in this film which lacks a storyline. Sagar (Sanjay Dutt), Aarav (Aksha ....
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Luck, movie review
Luck is an action-thriller film directed and written by Soham Shah. In the leading roles are Imran Khan and Sanjay Dutt; with other actors who form the gang are the debutante Shruti Haasan, Danny Denzongpa, Mithun Chakraborty, Ravi Kishan and Chitrashi Rawat. Luck movie review... The film begins with an edge of the seat sequence where five men - blindfolded with hand tied around their back - race across rail tracks but only one man was successful and comes out alive – Sanjay Dutt. It is the story of this man Karim Moussa (Sanjay Dutt), his luck and his rise to power. Luck is a story about this boy Ram Mehra (Imraan Khan) who is burdened by countless circumstantial troubles. He reaches a point in life, where he has the ability but no opportunity to come out of the mess that life has offered him. Ram, whose father committed suicide due to bankruptcy, left Ram to pay 200 million ....
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