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Movie Review – Raees

In a fictitious city in  the state of Gujarat lives a small  boy called Raees as the state of  Gujarat is under alcohol prohibition many bootlegging cartels are active who make and sell illicit liquor. Once in school he is unable to read from the blackboard  and after a medical checkup the doctor tells him that he needs spectacles once ...

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Movie Review- Kaabil

  Rohan(Hrithik Roshan) a  blind man  happens to meet Supriya (Yami Gautam) who is also blind they become friends and in  a couple of dates fall madly in love with each other. They get married and suddenly tragedy hits them and makes life miserable for them. The police don’t help due to the political clout of their oppressor and the couple ...

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Bungle in the Dangal

I guess in the movie world – anything goes. As long as the larger purpose is served. Like the rest of India I too – finally – WATCHED Dangal. I laughed a little, cried a little, felt inspired and uplifted. Then, as I walked out of the theatre, I googled ‘real story Geeta Phogat’. As expected, the makers had embellished ...

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Movie Review Ok Janu!

The movie starts with a role scene of an animated video game scene with the credits rolling alongside. Our Hero (Aditya Roy Kapoor) wakes up to discover he is dreaming about it so he is a game developer who is coming to Mumbai to meet a web designer who will approve his game and forward it to an American Company ...

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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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Mummble Mind: Inside Out Review

What’s better than an animated film that’s so full of emotions that you just can’t let it go? Inside Out is amazing, it’s right up there with Pixar favorites like Finding Nemo, Toy Story, Up & Wall-E. I still remember being fascinated the very first time I saw Wall-E. I was amused at the fact that these intelligent people at Pixar ...

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Dil Dhadakne Do Review

There are moments of brilliance in Zoya Akhtar’s DilDhadakne Do, but they are far-stretched and too insipid to leave a mark. As the film came to a long and halted close, I stretched my legs and felt something a miss. Even though nothing substantial happens, Akhtar makes you hold your pee pre-interval just because you have faith in her and the people on-board. But as  the movie proceeds you ...

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10 amazing films of 2015

For starters, the last few years haven’t been too good for Indian Cinema and the degrading quality of films that includes 100 remakes per year have really brought the overall moral down. To my surprise, 2015 has been way better. Half way through we have had some really good films in our hands. Here is a list of my favorite ...

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Goodwill Vs Hostility: Badlapur Review

Raghu‘s wife┬áMisha┬á(Yami Gautam) is reading a book ‘Don’t Look Now‘, Raghu points out to his wife,- I can write a better ending than that. As Badlapur ends and the curtain falls, it leaves you choked, stunned and deeply dissatisfied. A genuine cinema lover will instantly stand up and give the film a clap, others will just move along unflinching in ...

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