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Bollywood Films - Reviews

Bollywood Films - Reviews

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  •     Kaipo Che
    In his debut film Rock On, Abhishek Kapoor had successfully used the theme of friends from diverse backgrounds coming together to pursue a common goal. Now for his second film Kaipo Che, he uses the same theme in a different context....
  •     Zila Ghaziabad
    Zila Ghaziabad is supposedly based on a real-life story of a deadly gang-war that raged in UP’s Ghaziabad district in the 1990s. The question is how has director Anand Kumar (with past duds like Delhi Heights and Jugaad) presented that crime saga o...
  •     Murder 3
    After delivering hits in its first two ‘murderous’ outings with Emraan Hashmi, the production house decided to change the leading man and opted for Randeep Hooda, another of their favourite faces....
  •     Mai (Hindi Movie)
    To make an acting debut- not just in a cameo but in a central role- at the ripe old age of eighty is a challenging task for anyone. But if that debutante happens to be Asha Bhosle, then challenge becomes a near daunting one....
  •     Chittagong
    The history is full of moving stories, which have not received their fair share of limelight. 1930’s Chittagong revolt is one such overlooked, undervalued event from Indian freedom struggle....
  •     ABCD - Anybody Can Dance
    ABCD’s high-octane, highly skilled dances may not really prove that ‘Anybody can dance’ but it certainly manages to show the brighter side of the often-reviled dancing reality programs...
  •     Special 26
    Neeraj Pandey had given enough evidence of his directorial talents in his award-winning debut venture A Wednesday, which was an intelligent and fast-paced thriller. Coming back after a rather long hiatus, he presents Special 26, a real life inspired ...
  •     Vishwaroop
    The controversies surrounding the release of Kamal Haasan’s Tamil film Vishwaroopam (titled Vishwaroop in Hindi) kept all the national and regional TV channels busy for days....
  •     Inkaar
    The influential CEO (Arjun Rampal) of a leading advertising agency stands accused of sexually harassing his female colleague (Chitrangada Singh), who is the agency’s National Creative Director and a Board- member....
  •     Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola
    Post-Makdee, Maqbool, Omkara, Blue Umbrella and Kaminey, Vishal Bhardwaj rose to become one of the hottest independent-minded directors. ...
  •     Table No. 21
    The promos of this film looked interesting. So how is the real deal? Is Rajeev Khandelwal’s checkered career going to receive a fillip from this suspense thriller? ...
  •     Dabangg 2
    Of late, Hindi cinema has been happily churning out new editions of popular film franchises. ...
  •     Talaash
    For a long time, Talaash had been in the news for wrong reasons. Its long delayed release had fanned speculations that Aamir was not happy with the final product. There were rumours afloat that the film was being reshot. Mind you that as a hero, this...
  •     Jab Tak Hai Jaan
    As Yash Chopra’s last directorial venture releasing just after his death, Jab Tak Hai Jaan has already made it to the milestone page in the history books. But where does it actually stand in the glittering array of films that he made over a career ...
  •     Son of Sardar
    Remakes of South Indian hits are proving to be safe bets for many film-makers. Ghajini, Wanted, Ready, Body Guard, Singham, Rowdy Rathore…the list is endless. Now Rajmouli’s Telugu hit Maryada Ramanna gets a Hindi (sorry- Punjabi!) makeover in So...
  •     Student Of The Year
    For the first time, Karan Johar decides to leave his big stars and makes a film with a bunch of unknown youngsters. But being Karan Johar, he still doesn’t spare any effort to make his film as lush and lavish as his earlier star-driven vehicles. So...
  •     Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana
    The parallel cinema of the post-Millennium Bollywood is certainly proving to be a winner. Realistic yet entertaining; avoiding commercial clichés yet proving viable at the box-office, this genre is the most vibrant and enticing thing happening in co...
  •     Makkhi
    It’s a love story. It’s a hate story. It’s a human story. It’s a pest story. Director S.S. Rajamauli had this wacky idea for his Telugu blockbuster Eega. After seeing its Hindi dubbed version Makkhi, one just marvels how well it has captured ...
  •     Kismet Love Paisa Dilli
    Why do directors who dished out such promising debut films, falter so badly in their second offering? First Sagar Ballary did it and now it is Sanjay Kandhury’s turn. If Ballary’s fall from a brilliant Bheja Fry to an obnoxious Bheja Fry 2 was on...
  •     Chakravyuh
    Cinema (or for that matter any art form!) may not have the power to change social mindset. But it certainly has the power to bring more awareness about various social complexities. Prakash Jha has always used his cinema to do the same. His UP-Bihar-c...

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