Band Baaja Baraat – MOVIE REVIEW

Band Baaja Baraat – MOVIE REVIEW

Final word? BAND BAAJA BAARAAT is honest, fresh, youthful and extremely entertaining. Recommended!
On the whole, it catches you with complete surprise. It has an appealing plot
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The girl is strong-minded, unwavering and focused. The boy has no aspirations in life and is typically interested in having a ball. Two conflicting [...]

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No Problem – MOVIE REVIEW

No Problem – MOVIE REVIEW

It lacks a cohesive screenplay, it lacks in entertainment and most importantly, the humour falls flat. NO PROBLEM is full of problems.
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NO PROBLEM doesn’t have a smart plot, and the bigger problem is it doesn’t have those genuinely funny sequences and crackling dialogue either that you associate with the [...]

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Movie Review: Khelein Hum Jee Jaan Sey

Movie Review: Khelein Hum Jee Jaan Sey

There’s ongoing sense of serenity compounded by a feeling of sincerity and transparency in the cinema of Ashutosh Gowariker. This filmmaker never hides life’s most essential truth in cinematic subterfuge. Rather, Gowariker goes the other way.
He strips the emotional content of cinema of its accessories and trappings and leaves the screen [...]

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MOVIE REVIEW: Phas Gaye Re Obama

MOVIE REVIEW: Phas Gaye Re Obama

Bollywood has proved yet again that it is not always an ensemble star cast and a big budget that works for a film.
Phas Gaye Re Obama is the perfect example of a film where it is the content made better through superb performances that wins the hearts of not only the audience [...]

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BREAK KE BAAD – MOVIE REVIEW

BREAK KE BAAD – MOVIE REVIEW

Every now and then (read break ke baad) Bollywood comes up with regular romantic comedies that do not go beyond preset parameters. There is too much of screenplay and literally no story in the film. The entire narrative is stretched on a single conflict and most of the storytelling happens through [...]

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Allah Ke Bandey – MOVIE REVIEW

Allah Ke Bandey – MOVIE REVIEW

A feeling of foreboding and damnation builds up in the narration from the first frame itself. Here’s a gloriously gutsy film exploring the underbelly of Mumbai through the lives of two slumkids who grow up in identical circumstances but with somewhat disparate values.
First-time director Faruk Kabir displays remarkable skill in creating a [...]

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MOVIE REVIEW – A FLAT

MOVIE REVIEW – A FLAT

A Flat is yet another typical Bollywood horror flick that falls flat without much to get frightened. Director Hemant Madhukar has tried to collect matters from several previous Bollywood horror movies and then compiled them and have put them together with some new faces under a new title. The film has [...]

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MOVIE REVIEW – GUZAARISH

MOVIE REVIEW – GUZAARISH

Breathe a sigh of relief. During a year when cacophonic crassness masquerading as comic entertainment has been sanctioned by critics and the masses, “Guzaarish” comes along to remind us that excellence is alive in our cinema.
Ironically this wonderful work of art, nuanced and magical in its portrayal of an unstoppable spirit’s [...]

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Action Replayy – MOVIE REVIEW

Action Replayy – MOVIE REVIEW

Bunty [Aditya Roy Kapur] likes his partner Tanya, though runs the mile during your convenience she mentions marriage. His dread with wedlock stems from his relatives Kishen [Akshay Kumar] as well as Mala’s [Aishwarya Rai Bachchan] hostile marriage. But straight away Bunty is in the fix. Tanya’s grandfather, Professor Anthony Gonsalves [Randhir Kapoor], [...]

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Golmaal 3 – MOVIE REVIEW

Golmaal 3 – MOVIE REVIEW

Brand GOLMAAL is back again. It’s kind of weird then how both the Diwali releases this year are set in the 1970s. One of them completely. And the other one, in parts. They are both comedies. Both spoof Bollywood. And in fact, have similar jokes on the movie Ghajini or Saif and Kareena, or Saifeena [...]

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Jhootha Hi Sahi

Jhootha Hi Sahi

It’s all in the family this Friday for the Tyrewallas with their new venture Jhootha Hi Sahi starring John Abraham, Pakhi Tyrewalla, Alishka Varde, Raghu Ram, Omar Khan and Anaitha Nair. Director Abbas Tyrewalla’s second film after Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Naa this one already had expectations before it hit the [...]

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Rakta Charitra

Rakta Charitra

RGV said somewhere that his film Rakta Charitra will leave the viewers thinking who the hero is and who the villain. Yes, there are confusions after you finish watching this blood-filled, gruesome flick — not to identify the hero, but to understand why you keep coming to this stocky, sppooky man’s [...]

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