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Dear Maya: Movie Review

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Besties Ana (Madiha Imam) and Ira (Shreya Singh Chowdhry) are two secondary school young ladies in Shimla. Like each young person, their lives spin around messing about, examining young men and subtly perusing sentimental books far from according to their strict instructor in school. In the midst of this, they are similarly inquisitive about Ana’s withdrawn neighbor Maya (Manisha Koirala) whose lone sidekicks are two canines, confines loaded with winged animals and an unwavering help. (more…)

Sachin: A Billion Dreams: Movie Review

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“Mere baba hamesha mujhse kehte thhe ki tumne zindagi mein cricket ko chuna hai, yeh ek baat hai…lekin aakhir tak joh baat tumhare saath rahegi…woh yeh hogi ki tum insaan kaise ho”, as Sachin Tendulkar portrays this counsel given to him by his dad, you understand that the Master Blaster has remained consistent with each of these words and that is precisely what makes him a moving figure to numerous. We get acquainted with a child which is brimming with fiendishness and vitality. Somebody who cherishes deceiving his companions into falling into concealed pits or puncturing every one of the feels worn out on an auto. (more…)

Half Girlfriend: Movie Review

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When you discover the name Chetan Bhagat coming in the begin credits, you definitely recognize what you have agreed to accept! By the by for the individuals who haven’t perused the novel, here’s the manner by which the plot disentangles… Half Girlfriend opens with a heart-broken Madhav Jha (Arjun Kapoor) who discovers that Riya Somani (Shraddha Kapoor) has abandoned him. The film then rewinds back to the time when they initially met at St. Stephen’s school in Delhi. Madhav is a Hindi talking kid from Patna who has secured a seat in the school under games portion. (more…)

Hindi Medium: Movie Review

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Raj Batra (Irrfan Khan) claims a thriving pieces of clothing store on Chandni Chowk where he offers ‘unique outlines’ of prestigious creators. Then again, his better half Meeta otherwise known as Mithu (Saba Qamar) is occupied with attempting to “angrezify” their way of life so that their little girl Pia gets confirmation in a rich English medium school. (more…)

Meri Pyaari Bindu: Movie Review

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Abhimanyu Roy (Ayushmann Khurrana) otherwise known as Bubla is a celebrated internationally author who composes unpleasant books which is about frightfulness, rushes and ladies.

While his vocation is by all accounts going extraordinary firearms, there is something which makes him restless…something which makes him eat bread with ketchup and swallow bourbon as his fingers work their enchantment on the typewriter. (more…)

Sarkar 3: Movie Review

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The film starts with the commonplace waving of Sarkar otherwise known as Subhash Nagre (Amitabh Bachchan) as he addresses a rally in Mumbai. ‘Genuine power is not about dread. It leaves regard’, says our man and you realize that he is as yet a lion on a basic level. The white-unshaven Sarkar in his streaming dark robes, rudraksh dots around his neck and a since quite a while ago red tilak on his temple still gulps tea and converses with long delays. (more…)

Baahubali: The Conclusion: Movie Review

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The film starts with a reviving recap of the major famous minutes from ‘Baahubali: The Beginning’ as the beginning credits roll. Grabbing the story from that point, we are reintroduced to the kingdom of Mahishmathi in the seasons of Amarendra Baahubali (Prabhas).

Sivagami (Ramya Krishnan) is seen strolling unshod, her feet bruised,in the kingdom with a fire-filled bowl set on her head as a piece of the yearly custom amid Raavan-Dahan.

All of a sudden one of the elephants adjacent loses its control and makes anarchy in the group. Asit is going to charge at her, we see Baahubali making his gallant section. This scene of him restraining the animal is out and out an exhibition! Before long Sivagami orders him and Kattappa (Sathyaraj) to visit the wide open in the appearance of average people to discover the predicament of the general population before Baahubali’s crowning liturgy service. The couple sets out on a voyage which takes an exciting turn when our legend experiences passionate feelings at first sight with the warrior princess Devasena (Anushka Shetty). (more…)

Noor: Movie Review

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Noor is cut of life Bollywood dramatization which tells the story of a columnist’s experiences and misfortunes while exploring her way through the city of Mumbai. The film begins off with the account presentation of Noor (Sonakshi Sinha) and her precious ones which incorporates her dad (Maharaj Krishen Raina), her amigo Saad (Kanan Gill), her closest companion Zara (Shibani Dandekar), her supervisor Shekhar (Manish Chaudhari) and her house keeper Malti (Smita Tambe). (more…)

Maatr: Movie Review

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Things turn out badly when one night, Vidya Chauhan (Raveena Tandon) and her little girl Tia (Alisha Khan) are returning home from the last’s school yearly day work. To keep away from the insane automobile overload, Vidya goes off the course yet winds up getting snatched by a pack of lousy folks. Before long the mother-little girl pair wind up awakening on the floor of a left farmhouse just to be gangraped by their abductors. Tia capitulates to the manhandle however Vidya survives the appalling demonstration. She remembers one of her transgressors as Apurva Malik (Madhur Mittal) who happens to be the child of a big cheese government official. (more…)

Begum Jaan: Movie Review

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The story opens with an irritating episode in Connaught Place, New Delhi in the year 2016. Sliced to, the film rewinds 70 years back where India is in a middle of confronting the grisly consequence of a parcel post picking up autonomy. Sir Cyril Radciffe has been depended with the assignment of isolating the country into two. However this line of parcel debilitates the presence of a house of ill-repute claimed by Begum Jaan (Vidya Balan). (more…)

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