Tag: Pritam

Jab Harry Met Sejal Film Review:Directionless Tour

| August 4, 2017 | 0 Comments

The writing on the wall has been there ever since the title of Jab Harry Met Sejal (JHMS) was plagiarised from When Harry Met Sally. You wondered why couldn’t makers think something out-of-the-box like RingThing,Ring’a’Ring’a’ Roses et al. It reflected on the paucity of their creative juices. Then came the promos. Though Jab Harry Met […]

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Jagga Jasoos Film Review: Collapses Under Its Own Weight

| July 16, 2017 | 0 Comments

As is my routine, I could not catch First Day First Show of a main movie releasing this Friday, due to mild indisposition. Watched Jagga Jasoos yesterday,that’s Saturday. By this time the reviews have already poured in. Even the Box office verdict too. But here is my take on the movie. As I had mentioned […]

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Tubelight Film Review: Go For LED Bulbs Instead

| June 23, 2017 | 0 Comments

Twenty years ago, a war drama unfolded on single screens across India. J P Dutta’s Border (1997) captured the imagination and struck right emotional chords among the viewers. In an era where multiplexes were few years away, it got a booming response. It’s song sandesh aate hain, humein tadpate hain, ki ghar kab aaoge,likho kab […]

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Dangal Film Review : All Is Well

| December 24, 2016 | 0 Comments

You have to go with heightened expectations whenever it’s a movie featuring Aamir Khan. You have to keep an open mind about the feature film that deals with a sport already shown and handled well in another blockbuster Sultan made with another superstar Salman Khan. Though the wrestling as a sport also got its two […]

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Ae Dil Hai Mushkil Film Review: Difficult To Digest

| October 29, 2016 | 0 Comments

Believe you me when I go on record saying that I am all for a good, dramatic love story where the joys,sorrows,highs and lows felt by the characters are real, as if I am personally feeling the similar kind of emotions. Ae Dil Hai Mushkil promised all this on face of it. And it had […]

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Happy Ending Film Review: Better to avail Happy Hours

| November 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

A rom-com now renamed as romedy has a basic formula. Boy meets girl. They are opposites. Sparks fly providing all the humour and fun.Then they go their ways due to some character/incident twist. Eventually the realisation that with all their opposition and incompatibilities they have lot in common. In fact they have been drawn primarily […]

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Shaadi Ke Side Effects Review: Marred By Serious Side Effects

| February 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

A take off on an urban marriage Shaadi Ke Side Effects reminds me of an anecdote where a husband being congratulated on silver jubilee anniversary of his marriage was asked the secret of success for his marriage. The husband narrated an incident during his honeymoon where his wife riding a horse was thrown off its […]

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R…RajKumar Review: RajKumar With Pauper of a Story

| December 6, 2013 | 0 Comments

Can Robinhood Pandey become Romeo Rajkumar? Can Dabangg be converted into R…Rajkumar?Nothing is impossible in Bollywood. It can surely be tried but it will always fall short of the original. Is R…Rajkumar an action movie, comedy, drama or a master class in dancing? Whatever, but it does not qualify to be a movie that moves […]

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Phata Poster Nikhla Hero Review: A Lost Opportunity

| September 20, 2013 | 0 Comments

What happens when a director who gave one of the finest laugh riots of Hindi cinema Andaz Apna Apna tries to recapture the magic almost after two decade and comes cropper. Well he makes Phata Poster Nikhla Hero.The writer-director Raj Kumar Santoshi starts off on an ambitious note through his protagonist Vishwas Rao (Shahid Kapoor) […]

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Once Upon A Time In Mumbai Dobara(Again)Review: Again? No Way!

| August 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

Rating: It  seems Bollywood is obsessed with one particular gangster. Not a single year passes when a movie with his reference or revolving around his shenanigans is not made. This year in june itself D Day had the same gangster featured  as the sole purpose of having a movie. Goldman aka Iqbal (Rishi Kapoor) of […]

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