Tag Archives: Bollywood

Jodi Breakers

Review :- In times when love is a multi-million industry, even the business of separation can be profitable employment. Lots of divorce lawyers would say that. But Sid is a divorce expert with a difference. He seduces the unfaithful and passes on the evidence. Even pehelwans from Haryana take his help to rid themselves of desperate wives. All this means ...

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Ekk Deewana Tha

Review :- He sees her for the first time on the street, walking slowly towards him like poetry in motion. She is dressed in a black sari and matching blouse; her pitch-dark hair caressing her body. And in that singular moment, Sachin ( Prateik), a mechanical engineer who wants to make movies, is transformed into a butterfly of uncontrollable desire. ...

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Married 2 America

Review :- In Jawaharlal Nehru’s India, dams were symbols of national development and prosperity. Now they have regressed into theatres of inter-state dispute. In director Dilip Shankar’s movie, the dam becomes the subject of a mystery: what led to the collapse of a barrage that left over 400 dead and 35 villages submerged. As they say, dam the river, damn ...

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Valentine's Night

Review :- Nights are sexier than days. The dark lets the devil out of our hearts. Strange things happen and not always for the best. A long night of unending drama has been the subject of several Bollywood flicks – the absorbing Is Raat Ki Subah Nahi and the foul-mouthed Ek Chalis Ki Last Local, to name just two. Like ...

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Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu

Review :- Rahul Kapoor ( Imran Khan) is a 25-year-old boy. He brushes his teeth three times and irons his socks and underwear – everything that his parents want him to do. He is like a puppet living out their dreams and desires. So when he meets Riana Braganza ( Kareena Kapoor) who has dumped six Mr Rights and is ...

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Staying Alive

Review :- The intensive cardiac care unit is no place to make pals. Especially if you are mafia don Shaukat Ali ( Saurabh Shukla) and recuperating from a heart attack. Shaukat hates everything about the hospital. Generally, his word is command, but now he is at the command of a nurse who’s not even good-looking. The don is frustrated at ...

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Gali Gali Chor Hai

Review :- For many weeks, the anti-corruption campaign grabbed premium space in newspapers last year. And in times when movies often seem to be chasing yesterday’s headlines, a feature film on corruption faced by the aam aadmi is on rather expected lines. It is no surprise, therefore, that the hero in Gali Gali Chor Hai is named Bharat – his ...

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Agneepath

Review :- In the island of Mandwa, a little off the shore of Bombay, a righteous schoolteacher is framed and hung by a tree in punishing rain as his 12-year-old son Vijay weeps uncontrollably at his feet. The key instigator of this lynch-mob execution is crime-lord Kancha Cheena (Sanjay Dutt). In these parts, he plays god, though, he always acts ...

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4084 – Chaalis Chauraasi

Review :- A film low on publicity and marketing can also be a boomer proving all the laws of Bollywood wrong. Specially when it boasts of a veteran star cast that has no namby-pamby hero or showy side tid-bit to peddle. The cast of Naseeruddin Shah, Kay Kay Menon, Atul Kulkarni, Ravi Kissen and Zakir Hussain is enough to carry ...

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Don 2

Review :- Don 2 is a classic action/crime thriller that doesn’t let go, even for a moment. More importantly, the plot has been finely crafted, with every twist and turn falling into place like a complicated albeit neat little jigsaw. With a canvas that goes on a cross-country ride — Thailand, Malaysia, Zurich, Berlin — the film challenges you to ...

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