When you put Farhan Akhtar, Javed Akhtar, Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy and Abhishek Bachchan in one film, you expect the film to be great. Right? Wrong! In spite of having all these people in one film, director Abhinav Deo fails miserably to get it right.
‘England believes I can speak for it, but I have no speech’, says a poignant Prince Albert in one of the scenes from this year’s Oscar winning movie, ‘The King’s Speech’. And thus begins the saga of a man, who fights his own inhibition and emerges strong to lead a nation. A monarch, who is looked upon as a guiding light by his countrymen, has to deal with his own fears first.
Even though the backdrop has been used in several films in the past,`Tanu Weds Manu` manages to strike a chord with the viewers.Director Anand L Rai manages to create a colourful backdrop of a small town with some very interesting characters. The movie brings a smile in audience's face for its simplicity. Watch this one for Maddy's class act and Kangna's hatke performance.
With an almost unknown cast, director Sushil Rajpal has succeeded in exposing a social malady which infects the rural areas of Bihar. The film belongs to the genre of hard hitting flicks with a ruthless and angry tone. ‘Antardwand’ takes the firm and gripping route to expose a hinterland-headline - the kidnapping of marriageable boys by desperate fathers of wannabe brides.