With a title like "Dohchay", which means 'to rob', you expect a movie to do more than just entertain.
‘Karuppampatti’, a story about a man`s search for his familial roots, is strikingly different in presentation, but falters in execution.
“The D is silent”. But Quentin Tarantino’s revenge drama is every bit the opposite.
Thanks to ‘Aatma’ - the brainchild of director, screenplay and story writer Suparn Verma, Hindi cinema can now heave a sigh of relief after years of being pulled up for its stereotypical ‘scary’ films belonging to the supernatural genre.
Way back, Tina Turner sang "What`s love got to do with it?"
For crying out loud! These characters are LOUD, man! Really really loud.
The film begins with a bang catching you unawares and making you shout in surprise.
Bala`s ‘Paradesi’ may not be as entertaining as any recent Tamil flick, but it is riveting, brutal and realistic as any film in a long time.
Starring Arshad Warsi and Boman Irani, `Jolly LLB` has ripped the Indian judiciary apart in the most satirical way possible.
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There are times when you are so overwhelmed by a film that you need some time for it to sink in. This is one such film.
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In these crazy times when inflation is constantly on the rise and one doesn’t really know how to tackle it, ‘Saare Jahaan Se Mehnga’ claims to be a satire on the entire issue.
So, as India gears up to celebrate the festival of lights, Ajay Devgn’s ‘Son of Sardaar’ comes in as an entertaining treat.
‘Attacks of 26/11’, a film by Ram Gopal Varma, recreates the terrifying events on celluloid.
Film: ‘Jolly LLB’; Music Director: Krsna, Lyricists: Vayu and Subhash Kapoor; Singers: Mika Singh, Shreya Ghoshal, Bappi Lahiri, Kailash Kher, Mohit Chauhan, and Kamal Khan
More than women, all men need to watch this one, at least once. Who knows – they might just decide to kill the Ishaan in themselves!
If you have seen the `Dabangg` series, it won’t take you long to realise that the ‘victory’ title song that follows the loot scene, is closely inspired by Salman Khan’s money-raking film.
‘Kai Po Che’, Abhishek Kapoor’s screen adaptation of popular author Chetan Bhagat’s third novel ‘The Three Mistakes of Life’ (2008), till now had all the said novelist’s fans, the critics and the film buffs in waiting.
One recurring question that constantly keeps ringing in our heads as we watch ‘Ameerin Aadhi-Bhagavan’ is that why did Ameer spend nearly three years on this project.
With over-the-top action, crazy car chases and loud blasting action sets, John Moore`s ‘A Good Day To Die Hard’ delivers the goods in explosions and destructions.
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