Tag: Salman Khan

Tiger Zinda Hai Film Review: Yes Superstardom Is Alive

| December 22, 2017 | 0 Comments

This is one of those films that does not need a review. It’s like having asked first mountaineer to conquer Mount Everest, Edmund Hillary, as to what inspired him to scale the summit. He gave a laconic reply: Because it’s there. So what would make you watch Tiger Zinda Hai. Because it’s here now. Everything […]

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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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Sultan Film Review : Salman Rules As Anushka Dictates

| July 6, 2016 | 0 Comments

Let me make it very clear that this review has no meaning so far box office returns are concerned. Because the magic of Salman Khan is at work. The Midas touch is all over, turning everything into gold. Sultan is touted as a true life inspired story of a Haryana wrestler Sultan Ali but it […]

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Bajrangi Bhaijaan Film Review: It Keeps Its Shirt On

| July 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

Trust any Indo-Pak subject to garner its share of controversies. If you add to it the ghee of religion and devotion, it surely is going to boil over the melting pot. As if the subject of Bajrangi Bhaijaan was not itself a hot potato, to it is added the tadka of Salman Khan playing a […]

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Kick Film Review: This Devil Deserves His Due

| July 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

What kick will I get reviewing or you reading about Kick? A much hyped masala mix that is predestined to enter Rs 100 crore club in first week and then cross Rs 200 crore mark by and by. To ask,’ is Kick going to click is as meaningless as to ask is leopard going to […]

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Hawaa Hawaai Film Review: Malai Maar Ke

| May 9, 2014 | 0 Comments

Hawaa Hawaai is a fictional story of the underdog and triumph of human spirit against all odds.Its about dreams that make you fly high up in the sky and won’t let you sleep. Arjun (Partho Gupte) has to give up his schooling with the untimely passing away of his cotton growing farmer father Makarand Deshpande […]

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O Teri Film Review: It Makes You Mad

| March 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

If intentions were enough most Bollywood movies would have been Kohinoors. O Teri makers intended to outdo its source of inspiration but makes you wonder ‘O Teri! What have they done!’ Towards the climax in the film one of the protagonists Bilal Amrohi says When I get mad I get very bad.And then ensues dishum-dishum […]

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Jai Ho: That’s The Way to Go

| January 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

Is it a clarion call, a war-cry, a slogan or simply a celebration of Salman Khan’s superstardom? A R Murugudoss’s story of Telugu film “Stalin” starring Chiranjeevi recycled in Hindi with a screenplay and dialogues by Dilip Shukla needs no elaboration or analysis. Everything in Jai Ho is designed and tailor-made to highlight Salman Khan’s […]

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Golden Jubilee Club- Karan Arjun : Reincarnation And Revenge Make For A Bhelpuri Entertainer

| October 6, 2013 | 0 Comments

Karan Arjun (1995) is one of those masala films that had been a staple of Hindi cinema in sixties and seventies. Its reincarnation theme though does not have a soul and ethereal pull of evergreen Dilip Kumar and Vayjanteemala starrer Madhumati (1958), still the esoteric mix of theory of reincarnation,laws of karma and revenge proved […]

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Golden Jubilee Club- Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam : In Matters Of Heart, Heart Matters

| September 5, 2013 | 0 Comments

Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam (1999) is about feisty, playful yet innocent Nandini (Aishwarya Rai)-the pampered daughter of a renowned music teacher Pandit Darbar(Vikram Gokhale) who lords over a large joint family where everyone is decked in colourful, silky clothes and glittering jewellery. Into their haveli enters an Indo-Italian Sameer(Salman Khan)with an obvious agenda of […]

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