Tag: Arjun Kapoor

Mubarakan Film Review: Mistaken Identities Mess Up

| July 29, 2017 | 0 Comments

Weddings are an occasion for getting together,nostalgia,celebrations and living in present. It’s time of contradictions encapsulated in a limited time frame. If to this is added the confusion,chaos and confrontations it becomes hot. To this now add a dose of mistaken identities and the whole thing becomes a tinderbox. Mubarakan by Anees Barmer (this time […]

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Mubarakan : Trailer Review

| June 22, 2017 | 0 Comments

Oh in these rain starved days, one so much craves for jhamajham baarish. Instead you are being showered by inanities like Double The Celebrations, Triple The Confusion, Craziest family in town,blah blah, blah. Its greeting time for Anees Bazmi’s yet another mindless, meaningless extravaganza. You may be tempted to say so what?. At least entertainment […]

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Half GirlFriend Film Review: Half Measures Won’t Do

| May 20, 2017 | 0 Comments

 Winston Churchill is credited with the honour of  delivering a shortest speech, when he addressed the gathering of students at Oxford University by saying just four words “Never, Never, Never give up”. Chetan Bhagat is no Winston Churchill and need not be,though he weaves a premise of his novel Half Girlfriend on somewhat similar premise […]

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Ki & Ka Film Review: The See Saw Ride

| April 2, 2016 | 0 Comments

“In Hindi not just human beings but also nonliving objects have gender. Everybody and everything is categorised. But this film, like the couple’s marriage, underlines the fact that Ki and Ka as genders don’t matter,”—R Balki Well this is the raison-detre’ of why the title and what’s the premise of Ki & Ka. With  any […]

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Tevar Film Review: Oh Why This Attitude Ji !

| January 9, 2015 | 0 Comments

  An official remake of Mahesh Babu’s 2003 hit film Okkadu, Tevar is an action romantic thriller, a romantic love story with loads of senseless action, the bone-crunching, pot shattering, brain numbing action with dash of a thrill–what is it after all?..Basically it’s a song-dance-action masala dosa with  hot and teekha sambhar . A corrupt, […]

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Finding Fanny Review: An Endearing Trip That Trips

| September 12, 2014 | 0 Comments

Based in a laidback Goan village, Angie (Deepika Padukone)  is Garbo’s (Ranveer Singh’s) ‘virgin’ widow, and lives with her widowed mother-in-law Rosie Eucharistica (Dimple Kapadia). The close knit character of a village community brings out the peeping Tom tendencies of the residents clearly. Angie loves to help others and in this pursuit she takes on […]

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2 States Film Review: Stereotypes, Style And Simplicity Without Soul

| April 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

Chetan Bhagat’s 2 States-The Story Of My Marriage is supposed to be one of his bestseller novels. Its movie avatar with adapted screenplay by debut director Abhishek Varman has been able to arouse considerable viewers’ curiosity, what with high pitched marketing and publicity from producers Sajid Nadiadwala and Karan Johar! Its not only the marketing […]

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Gunday Movie Review: Call It Coal Or Diamond, Its Still Carbon

| February 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

Babuji dheere chalna pyaar mein zara sambhalna, badey dhokey hain iss raha mein. A song from Howrah Bridge mouthed by Irrfan Khan in one of the scenes of the film encapsulates the theme of Gunday. Two inseparable friends since childhood, a calculating and composed Bikram (Ranvir Singh) and a hot-headed Bala (Arjun Kapoor)metamorphose into Robinhoods […]

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