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). Continue reading “Irada: Moie Review”

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 Continue reading “The Ghazi Attack: Movie Review”

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. Continue reading “RunningShaadi.com: Movie Review”

Jolly LLB 2: Movie Review

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Jagdishwar Mishra otherwise known as Jolly (Akshay Kumar) is a sidekick to a superstar legal counselor in Kanpur. He wishes to become wildly successful in the legitimate world yet woman fortunes never favors him. Rather he turns to his road brilliant approaches to procure some brisk bucks by taking reward to help understudies pass their English exams. Continue reading “Jolly LLB 2: Movie Review”

Kaabil: Movie Review

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The film opens with our outwardly hindered legend, Rohan Bhatnagar (Hrithik Roshan) cooking some cushy scrabbled eggs in his kitchen while having a telephone discussion. The scene next moves to a cafeteria where he meets Supriya whose world too is encompassed by obscurity. What takes after next is an espresso date, a tango move and bingo, our woman has effectively lost her heart to her man. Continue reading “Kaabil: Movie Review”

Raees: Movie Review

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Set in Fatehpur, Gujarat, we are acquainted with Raees Alam as a little child who fills in as a runner for a racketeer. At school, he experiences difficulty perusing the board and is prescibed a couple of displays by their neighborhood specialist. In any case, personality you, our kid has a notice for all-‘Battery nahi bolneka saala’. Continue reading “Raees: Movie Review”

Haraamkhor: Movie Review

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Set in the hinderlands of North India, Haraamkhor tells the story of a wedded teacher Shyam Tekchand (Nawazuddin Siddiqui) who starts a desirous association with one of his understudies, a 15 year old young lady Sandhya (Shweta Tripathi) after he finds that she is pulled in to him. Yet, Sandhya has got one more suitor as her educational cost mate, Kamal (Irrfan Khan), a young man who nurture a captivation for her. She, then again, has no enthusiasm for him and spends a large portion of the film chiding him. Whatever is left of the plot rotates around the contention in Shyam-Sandhya’s tempestatous issue, Kamal looking Continue reading “Haraamkhor: Movie Review”

Ok Jaanu: Movie Review

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Adi (Aditya Roy Kapur) first experiences Tara (Shraddha Kapoor) at the railroad station where the last is attempting to frighten away her ex by undermining to confer suicide. They simply look at each other through the crevices in the middle of the boggies of passing trains before she vanishes. Their next meeting occurs at a companion’s congregation wedding where they are situated in a similar column yet a couple situates far from each other. Continue reading “Ok Jaanu: Movie Review”

Wajah Tum Ho: Movie Review

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A lustful cop rings a secretive man to coerce him and all of a sudden winds up stuck in an unfortunate situation. He is assaulted by a covered individual who first beats him vigorously with an iron bar and later communicates his murder live over every one of the channels of a media gathering own by Rahul Oberoi (Rajniesh Duggal). Continue reading “Wajah Tum Ho: Movie Review”

Befikre: Movie Review

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Befikre opens with a series of kisses between individuals from various strolls of life and age in the city of Paris, with ‘Labon Ka Karobaar’ playing out of sight.

Sliced to, we see Dharam (Ranveer Singh), clad just in a short dark boxer brief, enjoying a terrible spat with his live-in sweetheart, Shyra (Vaani Kapoor). The last tempests out of the flat to move in back with her folks after Dharam winds up saying something hostile in an attack of outrage.

The film then continues flipping between the past and the present for a brief period to unfurl how everything started. Continue reading “Befikre: Movie Review”