Tag Archives: Thriller

3G

Review :- What if the dead were just a phone call away? Probably on your speed dial? Press ‘G’ (for ghosts) and get connected to anyone at 3G speed on the ‘other side of life’. In the ‘no network’ zone, where no ‘App’ in the world can help trace the number of the ‘deadly’ ones. This movie ventures into the ...

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Bloody Isshq

Review :- Natasha ( Tripta Parashar) is a rich brat who gets attracted to Nirvaan ( Akash) after he saves her life. Nirvaan however disregards Natasha’s advances, thus making her further attracted to him. After playing the seduction game, the two finally get together but there’s a trap. There is more to Nirvaan than meets the eye. In his back-story, ...

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Zila Ghaziabad

Review :- Body & Blood Count Warning: Enter ‘Zila Ghaziabad’ (the movie) at your own bullet-ridden risk. With bullet-proof jackets, reloaded ammo and ready-for-assault – of senses and sensibilities – at the rate of one gunshot every few minutes. Riddled with grotesque characteristics and cliches of most gang-banger films, the set-up is simple – a gaon full of goondas with ...

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Murder 3

Review :- Love, always, is a question of life and death. And if it’s a Bhatt enterprise – Death it is! Swifter and slicker! Devoid of remorse, regret or redemption. Exposing the obsessive in the romantic; the fear in fantasy. Love bloodied with lust and lingerie, sin and satin. With bare bodies caught between hot-beds and cold coffins. So there, ...

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Special 26

Review :- Ready for a fake ‘Foursome’, with some ‘real’ stuff. Here it goes. With cool conmen, cops, chases, mind, matter and maal. But first, meet the members of the con-club. The asli khiladi Ajay (Akshay), quick-witted, daring and strong-willed – he’s the master-planner. Sharmaji (Kher), a wee-bit weak-hearted, but the real ‘loin of Punjab’ (with 8 bachchas and going ...

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The Unsound

Review :- The Unsound fails miserably in almost all departments. It is so painfully pointless that throughout the film you only keep thinking about what could have been the purpose of making this film! We assume, it is supposed to be a thriller but not a single scene is engaging, let alone thrilling. The lead actor sleepwalks though his role. ...

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Mumbai Mirror

Review :- Chor Police anyone? We’ve all played the game. But here comes a new twisted tale to show us that there ain’t nothing like a good cop or bad cop. A cop is a cop. That sets the premise for this fast-paced police-drama, filled with bad boys and some good fellas. Shetty (Prakash Raj) is Mumbai’s biggest bhai, owning ...

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Table No.21

Review :- A Table for two, please? With a stunning view of the Fiji islands, the finest champagne, exclusive service and a lavish 8-course meal. And guess what? It costs absolutely nothing. Now, before you growl with greed, let’s see what’s on the menu – blood and bravado, love and lies, truth and treachery, money and mind-games. Vivaan (Rajeev Khandelwal) ...

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Rajdhani Express

Review :- Keshav (Leander Paes) is the man on the run. He boards the Mumbai bound Rajdhani Express with a bag and a gun. He shares the train compartment with Bengali script-writer PC Bannerjee (Priyanshu Chatterjee), Bollywood item girl Sunita ( Puja Bose) and Bollywood fashion designer Munish ( Sudhanshu Pandey). Full of suppressed anger, unwilling to disclose anything about ...

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Dehraadun Diary

Review :- Once again, the common man is left asking for tareekh pe tareekh. Women are forced to play ‘Daminis’, and men turn into rakhwalas of the world. Sadly, in this movie, Damini remains a damsel-in-distress, and the rakhwalas lack the power of dhai kilo ka haath (read: Sunny Deol). It’s the story of super-rich and powerful v/s the aam ...

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