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Kuch Kuch Hota Hai turns 22

Dharma Production’s blockbuster – Kuch Kuch Hota Hai turns 22 today and the film’s soulful songs that won many hearts and still remain our favourites. The fun-loving tomboy’s graceful performance by Kajol along with Shah Rukh Khan and Rani Mukherjee’s film Kuch Kuch Hota Hai is over two decades old. FilmyTown takes a look at the songs which are still…

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Ra One - movie review
India’s most expensive film Ra One has finally released, with its aggressive pre-release promotion a month before its release. The special effects are excellent and are comparable to the best in Hollywood. Its concept is fine, the video game subject too is latest. Where it lacks, or what is unwanted is its scenes like the Karwa Chauth which is seen in the typical Indian TV soaps, and the protagonist, which the director thinks all the South Indians are curly haired. Ra One is the story of a father (Shah Rukh Khan) trying hard to ‘fit-in’ in his son’s (Master Armaan Verma) badass world, a cool dude son trying hard to ‘dude-up’ his dad from ‘aiiiyyyo’ to‘yo!’ and a mother (Kareena Kapoor) lost in translation between her husband’s ‘ingeva’ and her son’s ‘in’ it!’ Shah Rukh Khan plays a Subramaniyam - South Indian game designer, who still hasn’t come ....
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Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi, movie review
Have you ever stopped to think if the most ordinary, uninteresting, unobtrusive man you might see on the road or around you might have a love story to tell? Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi review... Maybe not! How can an ordinary man have a breathtaking, goose flesh igniting, awe inspiring love story of all things to tell? But guess what - love does not differentiate between the ordinary and exceptional, the uninteresting and interesting, the unattractive and attractive. Because love knows no distinction. It can happen to anyone and once it does it engulfs us into it completely and gives us these miraculous experiences that only love can yield. This is what happened to Surinder ‘Suri’ Sahni (Shahrukh Khan) - a shy, simple, clean hearted, honest man working for Punjab Power in the film Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi. Leading a humdrum life, he meets his total opposite and falls in love with the be ....
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SRK-Steve-Jobs

Steve Jobs’ biography changed the way Shah Rukh Khan does business, admits live on #fame   Not just movie scripts, actor Shah Rukh Khan is a voracious reader of fiction and non-fiction books as well. When asked about his collection of books, the king of B-Town listed out a few favourites including Walter Isaacson’s Steve Jobs and E. L. James’50 Shades of Grey. Commenting…

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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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You often meet your destiny on the road you take to avoid it. The hit pair of Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone is back after their 2007 blockbuster Om Shanti Om, and this one is presented by the super hit director Rohit Shetty. Chennai Express is the story of a 40 year old bachelor Rahul, is a North Indian Halwai who lands up in a totally unexpected journey that makes him realize the importance of Love, Life, Relationships and Sacrifice! Rahul (Shah Rukh Khan), a bachelor staying with his grandparents in Mumbai. Rahul couldn't get married to anyone because of his over-loving and over possessive Grandfather who cannot live without him. Rahul accidentally boards a train that not only takes him to his destination, but also makes him realize the power of True Love! Rahul is on his way on Chennai Express from Mumbai to Rameshwaram for his grand father’s ashes for immersion at ....
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