Tag: Sabbir Khan

Munna Michael Film Review: Rest In Pieces Michael

| July 22, 2017 | 0 Comments

The wannabe dancer Dolly aka debutante Niddhi Agarwel from small town Meerut wants to prove to her father that yes,there is no need to be a doctor or an engineer, winning a dance reality show is a creditworthy aspiration in itself.Fair enough. Then there is an abandoned child,baptised as Munna (by his adoptive single parent,and […]

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Baaghi Film Review: Of Rebels and Rains With No Brains

| April 29, 2016 | 0 Comments

Action is character. Cinema is incidents.Anyone wanting to learn the craft of screenplay writing is drilled with these maxims. But what happens if there is mindless,brain numbing, non-stop action and incidents are mere conveniences with no connection to the story.The first casualty is the character. Second is the characterization in absence of any detailing. Baaghi […]

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Heropanti Film Review: Showreel Not The Story Is The Hero

| May 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

What would you call a story that has slomo action sequences, fluid dance items,over-the-top histrionics,a guy falling in love at first sight without the girl being aware of it,hordes of goons put together as a family with the single aim of putting a wrench in the young couples’ luv-shuv and the young hero unleashing his […]

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