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Phillauri: Movie Review

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Phillauri acquaints us with an average Punjabi wedding family unit. Along these lines, you have a daadi who doesn’t worry about her ‘Patiala peg’ notwithstanding when the check strucks 9 in the morning and obviously there must be heaps of ‘naach-gaana’. Our dulhe-raja is a Canada returned 26 year old Kanan (Suraj Sharma) who is good to go to bring the seven pledges with his youth sweetheart Anu (Mehreen Pirzada). (more…)

Anaarkali Of Aarah: Movie Review

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‘Bihar Ki Dulhari’ Anaarkali (Swara Bhaskar) is a symphony artist in Aarah who makes the group run beserk with her insinuation loaded lines and suggestive “latkas” and ‘jatkas’. She is unbashed about her sexuality and at a point in the film even concedes that she is no ‘Sati Savitri’. In any case, does that give a man the privilege to touch her without her assent? It so happens that one of her admirers, Dharmendra Chauhan (Sanjai Mishra) who happens to be the Vice Chancellor of a prestigious college winds up attacking her in an intoxicated state before the gathering of people amid a show. Goaded by this terrible demonstration, Anaarkali slaps him in full general visibility and demands documenting a police FIR against him. Sadly, Chauhan turns the table over her and (more…)

Machine: Movie Review

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Few moments into the film and we get treated to the lushery of North India where we see Sarah Thapar (Kiara Advani) enjoying some philanthropy work at a halfway house. The following minute, the high-heeled woman is zooming past the streets off the valleys in her auto just to get it slip over an oil slick. Be that as it may, for the friend in need that she will be, she keeps another auto from meeting a comparable destiny. Turns out the man is a Prince Charming named Ransh (Mustafa) who now just has eyes for Ms Thapar who has effectively possessed the driving seat of his auto while taking a lift from him to contact her lodging. (more…)

Trapped: Movie Review

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Shaurya (Rajkummar Rao) subtly respects his office partner Noorie (Geetanjali Thapa) who is soon to get hitched. After a few bobbles and murmurs, he figures out how to admit his sentiments to her. The team strike a fellowship and soon become hopelessly enamored. Shaurya proposes marriage to Noorie who acknowledges it with a condition-he needs to purchase another level for them to stay post their wedding. (more…)

Badrinath Ki Dulhania: Movie Review

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The film opens with a montage of Jhansi where in the voiceover of Badrinath Bansal urf Badri (Varun Dhawan), we are acquainted with his family-a medieval father (who utilizes trunk agonies and dangers of a heart assault to control the family when he sees that his requests don’t work), an accommodating mother and sibling who needed to yield his affection and wed the young lady of their dad’s decision. Next imprints the passage of Badri as we see him posturing for a photograph to be shared for wedding matchmaking. (more…)

Commando 2: Movie Review

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Chief Karanvir Singh Dogra (Vidyut Jammwal), our strong Commando is currently a piece of an uncommon cell. This time, he is alloted to help the PMO’s main goal of bringing back the dark cash that has been siphoned seaward. Everything starts when India’s most needed Black Money operator, Vicky Chaddha and his significant other Maria (Esha Gupta) get captured in Malaysia and are kept in a sheltered house by the Malaysian experts. (more…)

Rangoon: Movie Review

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It is 1943. The British are battling Hitler. Then again, the general population of India are gotten between two idealogies-Gandhiji’s ahimsa and Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose’ Indian National Army which trusts in ‘slaughtering the adversary as opposed to kicking the bucket at their hands’. In the midst of this wartorn gore and progressive turmoil, nearer home, there is Miss Julia (Kangana Ranaut),the thrill seeker on-screen character from the 40s who swings from crystal fixtures, keeps running crosswise over highest points of trains and makes individuals insane each time she goes ‘Bleeding Hell. (more…)

Irada: Moie Review

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A greatly improved fighter turned-author Parabjeet Walia (Naseeruddin Shah) discovers his reality smashing down when his little girl falls prey to lung growth. However as opposed to lamenting over the misfortune, he chooses to burrow further to unwind the puzzle and encounters an unforgiving reality firmly monitored by the haughty corporate head honcho Paddy.F.Sharma (Sharad Kelkar) who takes on the appearance of a philanthrophist in the town alongside the support of the state’s degenerate boss priest Ramandeep Braitch (Divya Dutta). (more…)

The Ghazi Attack: Movie Review

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Set in 1971, ‘The Ghazi Attack’ opens with a voiceover by Amitabh Bachchan clarifying the strained political situation amongst India and Pakistan. The Pakistan Navy – so as to chase Indian Navy’s evaluated ownership INS Vikrant and furthermore soothe weight on drained maritime assets in the eastern theater sends their leader submarine PNS Ghazi. In an arranged mission to capture an associated assault on the East drift with India, INS Vikrant sets cruise with the submarine S-21, captained by the hot-headed Commander Rann Vijay (more…)

RunningShaadi.com: Movie Review

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Bharose (Amit Sadh), a Bihari vagrant in Amritsar works in a wedding wear store and is furtively infatuated with the proprietor’s little girl Nimmi (Taapsee Pannu). The film opens with her making a startling admission to him that she got hanky-panky with a person and now fears missing her month to month time frames. Bharose being our desi legend by one means or another figures out how to safeguard her out of the circumstance. (more…)

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