Tag Archives: Drama

Tevar

Review :- Hell hath no fury like a politician scorned. This stands true for the better part of India where every minister is a government unto himself. So you have Mathura’s minister-cum-goonda Gajender Singh (Manoj Bajpayee) wooing collegian Radhika (Sonakshi Sinha). When she rejects his marriage proposal, he vows to get the girl by hook or by crook. There’s bound ...

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Mumbai Can Dance Saalaa

Review :- What do you make of a film which boasts of a song like, “Come I’ll kiss you, awesome mera chumma’? If that’s not off-putting enough, it features Rakhi Sawant, who scares the hell out of you with her Chucky (that scary doll from Child’s Play) looks. Hold your breath. Turns out, Rakhi is not the only ghastly aspect ...

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Take It Easy

Review :- Given the practical world we live in, this film raises an extremely valid point. What’s more important… to become a good person or a successful one? Since most adults would choose the latter, considering it to be the need of the hour, it’s the children, who end up bearing the brunt of that decision. Young protagonists Ajay (Yash ...

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Ugly

Review :- Writer-director Anurag Kashyap is in top form in this suspense thriller that has you by the b…ls from the start. A despondent Shalini (Tejaswini Kolhapure) leans too hard on her whiskey bottle. Your heart races as she fingers a gun placed in her dresser drawer and just when you think she’ll pull the trigger, she puts it back. ...

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PK

Review :- Arriving on earth, an alien (Aamir) is immediately robbed of the only thing he’s wearing, the remote via which he can go home. Knowing nothing of human ways, language, clothing or lies, the alien searches desperately for his remote, his antics bizarre enough for people to ask if he’s ‘pee kay’ or drunk. One day, ‘PK’ meets Jaggu ...

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Badlapur Boys

Among the various players, the film predominantly focuses on the righteous Vijay (Nishan Nanaiah). Unlike the rest, he has a lot more to worry about, than winning the game. He must restore the respect his late father rightfully deserved, realise his dream of enabling sufficient water supply to his village and marry the girl (Saranya Mohan) he loves. Since the ...

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Ungli

Review :- This story has its heart in the right place, mind all over the place, and finger on the wrong pulse. ‘Ungli’ is socially relevant, earnest in delivering a strong message, albeit, the weak execution doesn’t support the larger intent. Abhay (Randeep) a crime journalist, Maya (Kangana) a medical intern, Goti (Neil) a computer hardware expert, and Kalim (Angad) ...

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Rang Rasiya

Review :- So, Rang Rasiya is a colourful triumph, director Ketan Mehta meriting applause for his portrait of painter Raja Ravi Varma, skillfully blending a biopic, a period film, a love story and a social critique, within a tight frame. Arching across the 19th-20th centuries, Rang Rasiya traces Raja Ravi Varma’s growth from a callow youth to a citizen of ...

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A Decent Arrangement

Review :- Once in India, Ashok stays with his cousin Preeti (Shabana Azmi) and her family in Chandigarh. Preeti takes the initiative of introducing Ashok to eligible girls. While he does seem interested in one of them (Diksha Basu), call it a coincidence or fate, he bumps into an American girl (Lethia Nall), who makes him question the compromise he’s ...

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Fireflies

Review :- A tragic incident in the past leaves the brothers scarred for life. Unable to put the past behind, the protagonists go their separate ways in an attempt to find purpose in life. Shiv gets married to Maya (Aadya Bedi) while Rana finds solace in the company of a spirited writer Michelle (Monica Dogra). But happiness doesn’t come so ...

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