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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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Ayushmann says I am the fastest bowler in India! – Pallavi Sharda

The gorgeous Pallavi Sharda is a true example of how one can make┬áit to Bollywood without a godfather. ┬áIn this┬áinteresting yet inspiring interview she tells us about her upcoming movie “Hawaizaada” and her journey from homeland┬áAustralia to dreamland Bollywood. A lawyer from Australian turned┬á Bollywood Diva , she is a stunning beauty with brains.   Hawaizaada seems like a magical ...

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Tevar: Movie Review

The hero saves the heroine yet again. It seems like our Indian hero is back! He is every bodyÔÇÖs favorite, can fight with hundreds of ÔÇ£gundasÔÇØ just like that.┬á He is soft hearted, respects women and is a fan of Salman Khan!! The movie revolves around how the hero meets the heroine ÔÇ£the abla nariÔÇØ and saves her from the ...

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Movie review- Dr. Prakash Baba Amte

Dr Prakash Baba Amte – This movie is as u must have guessed from the title is a Biography on the well known social Baba Amte’s son. A son who carried forward his fathers legacy and along with his wife achieved even greater heights in social work done for the down trodden and completely ignored adivasis of state of Maharashtra. ...

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Ensemble casts that clicked in Bollywood Movies

The trend for making Bollywood movies with an ensemble cast is a tried and tested formula since ages. But sometimes the idea produces a gem while at times a complete dud.┬á A good story that gives equal justice to each and every character in the movie is what holds it together. HereÔÇÖs a look at some of the ensemble casting ...

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MARDAANI REVIEW:

Pradeep SarkarÔÇÖs Mardaani┬á re-enforces his calibre as a film maker. Potraying cops could be the next best formula to enter the 100 crore club in bollywood, but Mardaani is of a different league. Rani Mukherjee gets undivided and well deserved attention throughout the film, and she impresses the cine goers by all means. Shivani Shivaji Roy, doesnÔÇÖt sing, dance and ...

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Adorable supporting characters from Bollywood Movies

Bollywood movies more or less revolve around the lead actors and actresses. But sometimes certain characters playing second fiddle in a movie stand out and leave a mark. A great performance from these amazing supporting characters definitely takes the movie up a notch. HereÔÇÖs a look at some amazing supporting roles that definitely wowed and are etched in our memories ...

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Reviews of Big budget flicks: A Freakonomical Scam

If you love Salman Khan/ Akshay Kumar/ Sajid Khan movies, do not read any further. Ditto if you love/ work with/ for The Times of India. I’ve been a loyal TOI reader since I was about ten. Since then, my daily routine has revolved around the paper. I was also in my school days a TOI Young Journalist for two ...

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Top 10 Low Budget Bollywood Movies We Loved

Every week, Bollywood comes out with new films produced big banners. Sometimes they fail, but often they go on to make millions at the box office. But seldom are there are any small budget films or independent films that despite being made from a really mediocre budget, somehow make their way into our hearts. Here’s a list of 10 such ...

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Top 15 Bollywood Comedy Movies Of All Time

Making people laugh is a serious business. But if you get it right, there are chances that you’ll laugh all the way to your bank. Although traditionally our film industry has always puts its trust in family, love, lost-found and revenge sagas but once in a while there comes of a wave of comedy movies that try to tickle our ...

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