Set on a lavish canvas about Royals residing in palaces and forts, this film directed by Sooraj R. Barjatya is strewed with goody characters preaching ethical ways of living a goody life.
The family drama is about a dreamy world set in the era of Kingdoms and consisting of obedient sons, 'agyakari' women where Yuvraj Vijay Singh (Salman Khan) a prince of Pritampur, who is soon to be crowned as king and is engaged to princess Maithili (Sonam Kapoor). Does this awaken memories of Shammi Kapoor's 'Prince' or the much later Anil Kapoor's 'Rajkumar' and dozens of ficticious Raj Gharana Bollywood films.
It seems doubtful if this concept would work in the present times of fast paced lives of people who manage to be in touch with their own families with difficulties.
Anyways, our prince Vijay is ethical, upright and stubborn which makes him infamous within his own family which consists of his ....
A political satire loosely based on a real event in Rajasthan, in which a high court sentenced a boy to jail for allegedly raping a buffalo.
Debutant Director Vinod Kapri's film is set somewhere in Haryana instead, and thats the reason that the film has a mix of Hindi and Haryanvi dialogues.
The film opens on a colorful beginning, in a rustic 'mela' (village fair) with surprises all around. A pundit claiming to bring a Goddess to life in the form of a young girl sitting on a chair in a static blessing posture. The villagers seem to be convinced. Other attractions include, apart from the stand giant wheels, merry-go-round, a sensuous item song "Naach Basanti" and the a beauty competition of buffaloes.
The winner is an elderly sarpanch's (a local village chief) buffalo from Tanakpur village. The buffalo is crowned as "Miss Tanakpur" and thats the title of the movie revolving aroun ....
The upcoming film UVA starring Jimmy Shergil, Rajit Kapur, Archana Puran Singh, Sanjay Mishra along with a host of budding fresh artists The thriller is about Ram, Anil, Vikram, Salmaan and Deenbandhu are the rebellious brats of suburban Delhi NCR, with the world at their feet and nothing to worry they stomp everything in their path without knowing the consequences.…
A wannabe new age quickie about Delhi underbelly with all the ingredients, like larger than life Dons, corrupt to the core Police Personnel (it seems the department has become a favorite whipping boy of one and all including any Tom Dick and Harry). Chal Bhaag - movie review.
The movie begins with the murder of an ex-MLA, then the director goes on to establish the three protagonists. The First one, Munna Supari (Deepak Dobriyal) is a road-side tapori (smarty) showing off his razor wielding skills, and is a self proclaimed goon.
Then there is a petty thief Bunty (Tarun Bajaj) who snatches chains for a living and gives them to his early sweetheart as if on a cue.
The Third Guy Daler Singh (Varun Mehra), an outcast, is a bit of a mystery to himself, shown as a hungry tiger but across as a ‘touch-me-not’ with a heart of gold who follows his heart but is unable to convey his fee ....
A sequel to 2008 film Bhoothnath, features Amitabh Bachchan as Bhoothnath in Bhoothnath Returns, the ghost who is mocked by everyone when he enters the Bhoothworld. He is questioned about his abilities as a ghost as he could not even scare a child when he was on earth.
Bhoothnath is handed a token which will enable him to get life as a human being again on this earth. The only problem is that he has to wait for a long, long time. As per Hindu religion, a person after his death, get to live in any form such as an insect or ant or something that sort. But Bhoothnath was to live again as a human being and thats why the long waiting period.
Humiliated and tired of the mockery in the Bhoothworld, Bhoothnath requests the incharge of that world to give him one more chance to come to earth as a ghost and he promises that he would be successful in scaring some children, and clear out the mo ....
He believes only what he sees with his own eyes and negate everythine else which he hasn't seen or experienced.
It is a story of a man who begins to think philosophically and feels within himself the reality of life of seeing and
believing in those things which normally an average man wouldn't think of treading into finding realisim in several 'minute' issues like hearing the roar of a tiger, flying like a bird...
Raje Bauji (Sanjay Mishra} is a man in his late fifties, living out a dreary but eventful life in a small house in old Delhi-
where he lives with his extended family. An executive in a travel agency, head of his family lives a typical middle class, happy, content life with his younger brother's family.
A random incident is going to change his life in a dramatic way, though he does not realize at the moment.
Bauji’s daughter has been seeing a boy of ill repute. W ....
Directed by first-time director Anshul Sharma, this movie talks about the dilemmas of a middle class family's fight against inflation, corruption and spiraling prices of household items.
Saare Jahaan Se Mehnga is a take on the common man’s troubles is packed with amusing episodes, the man on the street who is burdened with constant price rise, and the predicaments of the working class family residing in Sonepat, Haryana in India.
Puttan (Sanjay Mishra) is the bread winner of his family which consists of his father Nagpalji (Vishwa Mohan Badola), his wife Noori (Pragati Pandey) who runs a beauty parlour and a younger brother struggling to pass his graduation Gopal (Ranjan Chhabra).
One day, Puttan's friend comes up with a scheme to deal with the problems of price rise in the daily commodity items, but then the scheme which was expected to ease their troubles of the spiraling cost of ....