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Dhobi Ghat, movie review
Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries) is Kiran Rao’s first feature film as a writer and director. It is the story of four people from very different backgrounds, whose worlds intersect and leave them forever altered. As they find themselves drawn into compelling relationships, the city finds its way into the crevices of their lives, separating them even as it brings them closer. Dhobi Ghat movie review ... One of the main characters - Arun’s life is drawn by Kiran Rao’s personal experience she has had as a tenant in Mumbai, having had to shift to a new apartment almost every year (due to short term tenancy laws). Every new apartment she moved to, she always felt a little warm from the last occupant, leading to the idea that she was in some strange way connected to the earlier tenants that had lived in the space before her. What if they had left behind something that revealed to her their ....
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Dulha Mil Gaya, movie review
Shahrukh Khan makes a guest appearance in Dulha Mil Gaya which also has few songs featuring him along with other stars Sushmita Sen and Fardeen Khan and directed by Mudassar Aziz. The film is about relationships and the changes that happen in people's lives when they fall in love. Dulha Mil Gaya movie review... It opens in Trinidad with a spoiled brat son, Tej Dhanraj (Fardeen Khan). a rich Casanova who will never marry and hopes to inherit millions from his deceased father's estate. Shimmer is his best friend. Sushmita Sen plays the role of a successful supermodel called Shimmer who is a much sought after model in the West Indies. But Tej is in for a rude shock. To be able to inherit the wealth of his deceased billionaire father, Tej has to marry his dad’s friend’s daughter who is in Punjab. So he has to leave his water skiing and bikini babes back in the Caribbean and fly to ....
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De Dana Dan, movie review
De Dana Dan is an another rib tickling comedy film by Priyadarshan who has given huge hit comedies like Hera Pheri, Hulchal, Bhagam Bhag, Bhul Bhulaiya among the best ones directed by him. De Dana Dan is a fun film with 25 actors in a major situational comedy where there is confusion galore. De Dana Dan review... Two broke best friends + their rich girlfriends desperate to marry them + the girls' respective fathers desperate to marry them off elsewhere + a bankrupt businessman who's getting his useless son engaged to every heiress in town to pay off his debts + assorted characters like a Chinese don, a hired assassin, a rich selfish lady, an ACB officer, a club dancer, an ambassador, a young frustrated wife, a letch, a drunken waiter, a dead body nobody wants and above all... Moolchandji - the most pampered dog in the world. These characters enjoy their antics in De Dana Dan... ....
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Do Knot Disturb, movie review
Raj (Govinda) lives on his wife Kiran’s (Sushmita Sen) money and moves to her beats. She provides everything from his meals to his clothes. Suffocated and looking for a way out he is having an affair. Do Knot Disturb movie review... Kiran is sophisticated and sexy. She is generous and a loving wife. She is more successful than her husband, she owns the company, the house and controls the purse strings... and she also suspects that her husband is upto something... There is a mistress Dolly (Lara Dutta) who is hot enough to burn. But she is also ditzy and naive. She believes that her lover will leave his wife to marry her... Do Knot Disturb is about an awkward situation where Govinda has been caught in a frame with his girlfriend Dolly. This situation triggers of a series of events. Incidentally Govardhan too is captured in the picture, fortunately for Raj. This pic lands on Kir ....
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Dekh Re Dekh, movie review
This dark comedy film was originally titled Dekh Bhai Dekh, which had to be changed to Dekh Re Dekh as theluc producers of the hit TV serial Dekh Bhai Dekh still own the title. The lead actors Siddharth Koirala and Gracy Singh openly expressed discontent about it but the producers had to abide by the name copyright regulations. Dekh Re Dekh movie review... Dekh Re Dekh is the story of four different people from a small town in western Uttar Pradesh, India. These four different characters share their respective ambitions and for solving their personal problems, zero down to only one solution.... A CRIME.....the only way out... Babli (Gracy Singh) is a sweet, innocent, but very blunt girl. She is divorced as her marriage in a rich family has turned into a nightmare and has to start a new life. Her friend Shyam (Siddharth Koirala) needs money to bribe a minister for a government jo ....
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Detective Naani, movie review
Detective Naani is debutante director Romila Mukherjee’s film having some prominent faces from the television together. It’s the story of an enterprising grandmother – Naani (Ava Mukherjee) who manages to outwit the criminals with her common sense and logic and solves a mystery case. There is an underlying message that the true heroes are always simple ordinary people like any one of us. Detective Naani movie review... The 75 year old - Naani (Ava Mukherjee), is clever than people half her age. There are some suspicious goings-on in one of the apartments in her residential complex and she decides to investigate. She spots a frightened child at the window who was snatched back. What aroused her suspicion was that the owners of that flat let know people that that they are a childless couple. hen, another suspicious incident occurs and a few days later, a woman falls to her d ....
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Dashavtar, movie review
Dashavtar is a Tamil film which is dubbed in Hindi and released all over India. Its basic premise is Lord Vishnu's 10 different avatars (10 appearances of the lord in different roles). The film is set on a grand scale, and it traverses from 1000 years back till today. It is due to tremendous efforts of the versatile Kamala Haasan who transforms into 10 utterly different characters much to our amazement. Dashavtar begins from the 12th century Chola kingdom when there is a serious conflict between the Shiva devotees and those of Vishnu. The King a non believer of Lord Vishnu orders to dispose a large idol of Vishnu from a temple in ocean. However, Rangaraja Nambi (Kamal Haasan), a Lord Vishnu follower, opposes the royal order, despite pleas from his wife, Kothai Radha, (Asin Thottumkal) and their son. Rangaraja is subsequently chained to the huge idol and both are thrown in the ocean ....
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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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Delhi 6, movie review
Roshan (Abhishek Bachchan) travels from USA to India with his ailing grandmother (Waheeda Rehman). Little does he know that this quick trip will turn into the longest journey of his life... Delhi 6 movie review... A journey within! Thats Delhi 6 Roshan's grandmother wants to retire and spend the last leg of her life back home; dissolving into the soil she was born in. In America, having lead a very western lifestyle Roshan is not familiar with the sites and smells, the food and culture, the religion and beliefs, this huge melting pot that India is. He thought that Dadi left her family and loved ones back in America only to realize that how wrong he was. The warmth and affection of the neighborhood embraces him with open arms. Initially greeted by a mad rush of his dadi’s neighbors, Roshan is amazed at the pomp and the warmth of the people around his dadi’s old home in Del ....
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Dev D, movie review
Dev D is a modern-day interpretation of the classic novel "Devdas" by Sarat Chandra. Dev, Paro and Chanda of Dev D reflect the sensibilities, conflicts, aggression, independence, free thought, exuberance and recklessness of the youth of today. A generation that is jammed between eastern roots and western sensibilities. Director Aunrag Kashyap has shown the lead character Devdas as a spoilt, obsessive, addictive and a hypocritical sensualist, who is self destructive without knowing he is destroying himself. Dev D movie review... Dev D is set in the rustic and colourful Punjab and also explores the dingy, morbid, dark underbelly of Delhi. From sprawling mustard fields to a riot of neon. It is written and directed by Anurag Kashyap and produced by UTV Spotboy. Son of a rich Punjabi Businessman, Dev (Abhay Deol) and Paro (Mahi Gill) are childhood sweethearts. But Dev, being an insec ....
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