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Kalank: Movie Review

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Directed by – Abhishek Varman

Produced by – Karan Johar, Sajid Nadiadwala, Hiroo Yash Johar, Apoorva Mehta

Starring – Madhuri Dixit, Sonakshi Sinha, Alia Bhatt, Varun Dhawan, Aditya Roy Kapur, Sanjay Dutt, Kunal Khemu, Hiten Tejwani

Set in the pre-parcel period in Husnabad in edges of Lahore, Roop (Alia Bhatt), a youthful, cheerful young lady gets hitched to Dev (Aditya Roy Kapur) while his significant other Satya (Sonakshi Sinha) sincerely watches the matrimonial with the patriach of their home, Dev Chaudhary (Sanjay Dutt).


The Tashkent Files: Movie Review

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Directed by – Vivek Agnihotri

Produced by – Pranay Chokshi, Sharad Patel, Vivek Agnihotri, Anuya Ritesh Kudecha, Ritesh Kudecha

Starring – Naseeruddin Shah, Mithun Chakraborty, Shweta Basu Prasad, Pankaj Tripathi, Mandira Bedi, Pallavi Joshi, Vinay Pathak, Achint Kaur, Yusuf Hussain

A political columnist gets an unknown call while she is caught up with tidying up her cake-spread face in the washroom. The guest on the opposite end shoots inquiries at her promising a ‘scoop’ in return. Until he solicits her the criticalness from second October. From that point, Vivek Agnihotri takes us on an adventure which has a lot of good and bad times. The Tashkent Files spins around a youthful, eager columnist Ragini (Shweta Basu Prasad) who distributes an article about the strange passing of India’s second Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shashtri. Things get steam and an official request board of trustees is set by the administration to research Shashtri’s demise.


Romeo Akbar Walter: Movie Review

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Directed by – Robbie Grewal
Produced by – Viacom18 Motion Pictures, Dheeraj Wadhawan, Ajay Kapoor, Vanessa Valia, Gary Grewal
Starring – John Abraham, Mouni Roy, Jackie Shroff, Sikandar Kher, Suchitra Krishnamoorthi, Bikramjeet Kanwarpal, Geetika Vidya Ohlyan, Tushar Tyagi

Romeo Akbar Walter starts with a nearby shot of a bloodied and gravely wounded John Abraham breathing intensely. Murmuring a famous nursery rhyme, his culprit strolls towards him and culls off his nail rather brutally. John’s shout is sufficient to give you a few chills. Be that as it may, our bliss is fleeting, as gradually the pressure in the plot vaporizes. Executive Robbie Grewal attempts to include some pointless ‘tadka’ of sentiment to his account which doesn’t help either.


Notebook: Movie Review

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Director: Nitin Kakkar

Stars: Pranutan Bahl, Zaheer Iqbal

Notebook is the narrative of the bond that creates between two forlorn educators without meeting one another. Kabir (Zaheer Iqbal) is situated in Jammu and has stopped the Army following an awful episode. He is called to Srinagar by an associate who prescribes him to join a school begun by his dad in Wular. The school’s solitary educator Firdous (Pranutan Bahl) has stopped the school only some time back. With no other educator there, Kabir consents to join. Wular is situated in a remote town and the school is worked in a summary houseboat.


Junglee: Movie Review

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Directed by – Chuck Russell

Produced by – Vineet Jain, Priti Shahani

Starring – Vidyut Jammwal, Vicky Kadian, Pooja Sawant, Asha Bhat, Atul Kulkarni, Akshay Oberoi

Junglee is the account of a vet attempting to battle a worldwide poacher’s racket. Raj Nair (Vidyut Jammwal) is situated in Mumbai and is an eminent veterinarian. He has an alienated association with his dad, Dipankar (Vijaya Kumar Arcot Ramachandran), who runs Chandrika Elephant Sanctuary. Their relationship soured 10 years prior after Raj’s mom passed away. On her tenth passing commemoration, Dipankar demands Raj to return. This time, Raj concurs and he’s joined by writer Meera Rai (Asha Bhat), who needs to talk with Dipankar for his commitment in defending elephants.


Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota: Movie Review

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Directed by – Vasan Bala

Produced by – Ronnie Screwvala

Starring – Abhimanyu Dassani, Radhika Madan, Gulshan Devaiah, Mahesh Manjrekar, Jimit Trivedi, Shweta Basu Prasad, Prince Parvinder Singh, Teena Singh

Surya’s dad (Jimit Tivedi) is very overprotective about him knowing his condition, his cherishing granddad ‘Ajooba’ (Mahesh Manjrekar) encourages him a relentless eating regimen of movies on VHS – from Geraftaar to Bruce Lee’s hand to hand fighting movies. Be that as it may, hello, it’s the video of a one-legged karate warrior named Mani (Gulshan Devaiah) which especially gets his extravagant and moves him to pursue all road muggers who he accepts are in charge of his mom’s passing.


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