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Deepti Naval and Kalki Koechlin featured film Goldfish that is directed by Pushan Kripalani is having its European Premiere at 30th Raindance Film Festival (that is BAFTA and OSCAR qualifying festival) that will be held from 26th October – 5th November 2022 at London. The film directed by Pushan Kriplani and produced by Amit Saxena’s Splendid Films (USA) is selected…

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Criminal Justice - Behind closed doors web series

Find out what happens behind closed doors in this 8-part series, set to launch on 24th December 2020 in 7 languages on Disney+ Hotstar VIP. When the crime, confession and evidence is clear, does motive really matter? Criminal Justice: Behind Closed Doors starring Pankaj Tripathi, Kirti Kulhari, Anupriya Goenka, Shilpa Shukla, Deepti Naval, Jisshu Sengupta, Mita Vashisht and Ashish Vidhyarthi.…

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Gulzar's Angoor 1982
This 1982 movie is a delightful Indianised adaptation of Shakespeare's play 'Comedy of Errors'. Angoor is a remake of 1963 Hindi film Do Dooni Char with two sets of twins. It is a superb subtle comedy with great artistes like Sanjeev Kumar and Deven Verma. Directed efficiently by Gulzar and released on 5 March 1982, it is a genuine comedy of errors as both the sets of twins do not know about each other, no lying and no impersonation. Angoor was a comedy of different caliber rarely viewed on Indian cinema screens. It was in the league of comedy like Pyar kiye jaa and Padosan the evergreen comedy classics. Mr and Mrs Raj Tilak (Utpal Dutt and Shammi) have twins and due to some convoluted logic, name them both as Ashok, and as luck would have it they adopt a set of twins and name them both Bahadur as per the same logic. Shortly after fate intervenes and each parent is separated with o ....
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Rivaaz - movie review
A young handsome man Rahul (Manoj Bidwai) is traveling with his friend, Amar Singh to his village for attending Amar Singh’s sister Supriya’s marriage. Rivaaz movie review... While on the way, passing through a village, he sees a young woman and instantly falls in love with her. Rahul is informed that the girl Bela (Ritisha Vijavargya) is from a particular community that has a ‘Rivaaz’ (tradition) where she is destined to be a prostitute, and even the local police intervene and help procure young women for the wealthy landlords. It has been a tradition for the girls of this community to enter flesh business whether they like it or not. Rahul cannot get her out of his mind and so he through a pimp he finds out her name is Bela, who lives with her mother, Paro (Deepti Naval), and father, Mangatram (Rajendra Gupta). He is unaware that her parents are all set to sell her to ....
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Bang Bang Hindi movie review
Hrithik and Katrina star in this action movie, a remake of the Hollywood film - Knight and Day (Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz), directed by Siddharth Anand and produced by Fox Star Studios.

Bang Bang Hindi Movie Review

Supposedly touted as the most expensive Bollywood film, it is high octane action drama mounted on huge canvas, superb action scenes, hot chemistry between the lead pair and yet it lacks soul. There is virtually no storyline and those family scenes depict no connect between the protagonist and his parents, rather they slow down the pace. It begins with action sequence in London where a dreaded terrorist Omar Zafar (Danny Denzongpa) escapes through his aides, right in presence of an Indian army officer Viren Nanda (Jimmy Shergill). Omar Zafar ruthlessly murders the Indian soldier. Omar Zafar is informed by his abettor Hamid Gul (Jaaved Jaffrey) that the Britis ....
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This action film has it all – cops, goons, underworld twins, all the bollywood masala sprinkled with bombastic dialogues. It is a story of a family of Policemen... and a family of Gangsters. Atul Sabharwal's debut directorial feature has a strong lineup of talented stars like Rishi Kapoor, Jackie Shroff, Sikandar Kher, Amrita Singh, Deepti Naval, Tanvi Azmi, Swara Bhaskar and it also happens to be a launch pad for Sasha Aagha (Salma Agha’s daughter). Arjun Kapoor of Ishaqzaade fame plays a double role. The police have been fruitlessly pursuing the idea to nail a Gurgaon real estate kingpin Yashvardhan (Jackie Shroff). There isn’t enough evidence to nab him. Yashvardhan's son is Ajay (Arjun Kapoor), a gangster whose lust for power knows no bounds. Top cop Ravikant (Rishi Kapoor) stumbles upon a secret about Yashvardhan and comes up with a strategy where Ajay is captured. Th ....
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