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Movie Review – Alpha (2018)

Plot – Young Keda tries to survive alone in the wilderness after he’s left for dead during his first hunt with his Cro-Magnon tribe. He soon forms an unlikely alliance with a lone wolf that was abandoned by its pack. Facing overwhelming odds and nonstop danger, Keda and the wolf must now trek through a harsh and unforgiving landscape to ...

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Movie Review – Dangal

Director -Nitesh Tiwari Dangal is the story of the family of wrestler Mahavir Singh Phogat, his daughters Geeta and Babita Phogat who made the nation proud. Their struggle, that of a father against family, friends and society, of a mother against her inability to bear a male child, and of the daughters break the shackles, to live their father’s dream. What’s Good Superstar Amir ...

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Movie Review of Bajrangi Bhaijaan

   The sound of Hanuman Chalisa playing on the day of Eid- Bajrangi Bhaijaan couldn’t have been released at a better time. The movie begins with a 6-year old speech-impaired Pakistani girl named Shahida (Harshaali Malhotra) who gets herself lost somewhere on the Indian border. Shy, helpless and scared, she stumbles upon Pawan Kumar Chaturvedi (Salman Khan): a man who ...

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Review; Lone Survivor

A lot of movie buffs curse Peter Berg for giving us a bad film ‘Battleship’, and I totally agree with them. But, when you get to the bottom of it you will know that he made Battleship just for the money , the money he invested in making Lone Survivor. Lone Survivor is essentially about four US Navy Seals who get ...

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Movie review; One By Two

+ve = The witty uncle who does a bit of sher-o-shayeri and also the witty friend who doesn’t give-up any chance to poke fun at the protagonist. -ve = Alas, everything else! One By Two is the case study of two people who have two entirely different lives but a similar path. The story starts off with Amit Sharma (Abhay ...

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Mandela: A Long Walk To Freedom

I can’t imagine spending one day in prison, Mr. Mandela spent 20 years. Directed by  Justin Chadwick and starring Idris Elba, Naomie Harris, this is fantastic movie if you talk about the performances. I had it coming that Idris Elba would nail it as Nelson Mandela and he does knock this one out of the park with his incredible performance. ...

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Filmfare Awards gives Lunchbox a miss.

Bollywood’s very own Oscars the Filmfare, is right around the corner, and buzz regarding hosts and the nominees has already been generated. 2013 has been a very special year in terms of the diverse cinematic experiences that the audiences were exposed to, although some of the run of the mill and the usual high on glamour and low on content ...

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Review; Dedh Ishqiya (2013)

#LSD Review : So can you make a sequel that is not dedh times the first one but twice the fun, twice the wit, twice the smartness and twice the entertainment? Abhishek Chaubey and co-writer Vishal Bhardwaj have finally bestowed us with just that. Dedh Ishqiya is the dark comedy that we have always been craving for. Being Cyrus did ...

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R…Rubbish Rajkumar- The worst film of the Year?

How bad can it be when you see not one but two people fighting to love someone who looks like Sonakshi Sinha! I don’t want to be a sexist here but I don’t see people falling down to love her latka jhatkas. Imagine her coming out of water and the hero making kissing noises whenever she merely moves in-front of ...

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Sunny Paaji The Great

He will slide down the dust while he rides a bullet and you will hear a lion roar in the background , he will catch swords thrown at him in mid-air and make the gundas believe at the effect of his Dhai-kilo-ka-haath while quoting Guru Gobind Singh Ji, he will pour ghee over the goons and pick them up and throw ...

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