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Jai Gangajal - Movie Review

Jai Gangajal – Movie Review

Jai Gangajal – Much Potential But Badly Scripted Director and Writer: Prakash Jha, Music: Salim and Suleiman, Cinematography: SachinKrishn Cast: Prakash Jha, Priyanka Chopra and ManavKaul Recently a lot of Prakash Jha films suffer from the “I know exactly what is going to happen next,” syndrome. Jai Gangajal is no different. It’s timing was also off. The film presents a leading character to... 

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TereBin Laaden Dead Or Alive - Movie Review

TereBin Laaden Dead Or Alive – Movie Review

Cast: Manish Paul, Piyush Mishra, SikanderKher and Pradhuman Singh. Director & Writer: Abhishek Sharma. Producer: Aarti Shetty and Pooja Shetty Deora. Editor: Chandan Arora Although a sequel, the good news from an audience perspective is that you don’t need to have watched the first one to follow this one. Having said that, it does give substantial references to the first one. The film is a complete... 

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Aligarh - Movie Review

Aligarh – Movie Review

Director- Hansal Mehta, Producer – Sunil Lulla, Writer and Editor – ApurvaAsrani, Music – Karan Kulkarni, Cinematography – Satya Raj Nagpaul, Cast – ManojBajai, Ashish Vidyarthi, Rajkumar Rao   On the big screen, less Is more, Aligarh is a shining example Making a film on any legal case that is sub judice is not allowed by the courts and now we know why. A master director with the help... 

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NEERJA - Movie Review

NEERJA – Movie Review

Written by Atika Ahmed Farooki Director: Ram Madhvani Producer: Fox Star Studios Screenplay: SaiwynQuodras Music: Vishal Khurana D o P :MiteshMirchandani Editor: MonishaBaldawa Bitter experiences in the past make us a stronger person and in Neerja’s case a broken marriage coupled with her family’s support carved a hero out of her. Its very challenging for a director to base a whole film on a plane... 

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Actors: Sunny Deol, Soha Ali Khan, Tisca Chopra and Om Puri      Writer and Director: Sunny Deol The 90’s have given way to 2016’s and India has become more modern, but the big city continues to have its problems with crime and the criminal so to counter that, Ajay Mehra (Sunny Deol) is required once more. A sequel in the true sense, in that it takes clippings from the old version, to establish... 

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Saala Khadoos - Movie Review

Saala Khadoos – Movie Review

Cast- Madhavan, Ritika Singh   Director – SudhaKongara Another sports film makes it way this weekend for the audience. Unfortunately it has the look of similar films in the past, such as Chak De, Mary Kom, etc. SaalaKhadoos has the potential to go where few films have in the recent past, but it not able to rise above its predictability.   What is not predictable is the fine performance by... 

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WAZIR - Movie Review

WAZIR – Movie Review

Starring: Amitabh Bachchan, Farhan Akhtar, ManavKaul, Neil Nitin Mukesh and Aditi Rao Hyadri Direction: BejoyNambiar. Screenplay: Vidhu Vinod Chopra and Abhijat Joshi. Producer: Vidhu Vinod Chopra. Music: RohitKukarni. Background: Ankit Tiwari, Shantanu Moitre. DoP: Sanu Varghese Wazir is the cinematic return of director BejoyNambiar, who gave us the highly entertaining, Shaitaan. Bejoy maintains his... 

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AIRLIFT - Movie Review

AIRLIFT – Movie Review

Starring: Akshay Kumar, Nimrat Kaur, PurabKohli and Kumud Mishra Directed by: Raja Menon Written by: Raja Menon, Suresh Nair, Ritesh Shah and Rahul Nangia Produced by: Nikhil Advani, Bhushan Kumar.DoP riya Seth. Music: Anjit Dutta. Background Songs: Ankit Tiwari and Amaal Malik Airlift is one of the most realistic cinematic experiences in Indian cinema. It depicts the tale of the historic and perhaps,... 

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Nanak Shah Fakir - Movie Review

Nanak Shah Fakir – Movie Review

Director – Sartaj Singh Pannu Producer – Gurbani Media Cast – Arif Zakaria, Puneet Sikka, Adil Hussain, Tom Alter, Shraddha Kaul, Anurag Arora, Narendra Jha and Govind Pandey. Music – Uttam Singh It is not easy to make films on Prophets and saints, especially given the regressive and extreme religio-political strife we live in today. It is no surprise then that this film, a biopic on Baba Guru... 

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2015 has seen some solid films, but they were all intense films and nothing wrong with that, but as an audience we want to see the whole gamut of emotions. So it is with some relief and some excitement, that we welcome the first true comedy of 2015, in DHARAM SANKAT MEIN. The film will draw comparisons to Oh My God, and so be it, but the difference is, in that one, God appeared, in this it is left... 

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