Tag: Shraddha Kapoor

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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Ok Jaanu Review: Not Ok

| January 15, 2017 | 0 Comments

Oh Friday the 13th. I don’t have dread of it but it gave me jitters this Friday.Once again déjà vu happened.I thought I had bought a wrong ticket and stumbled into a different auditorium. It was Ae Dil Hai Mushkil being screened.But that was last year. No wait, it was Tamasha.But it was a year […]

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Rock ON 2 Film Review: Rocky Definitely Not Rocking

| November 12, 2016 | 0 Comments

The problem with sequels is how to take it to the next level. Rock On 2 is unable to go a notch above. Magik band is unable to create a magic spell that they wove eight years ago. That was first of its kind stories in Indian context where four friends Adi (Farhan Akhtar),Joe (Arjun […]

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A Flying Jatt Film Review: It Sputters To Take Off

| August 26, 2016 | 1 Comment

  If you take a flight of fancy mingled with facts and want to get a bird’s eye view of what havoc environmental pollution is creating, if you want to have a sneak peak at the consequences of poisonous air that we are inhaling leading to growth in cancer rates,if you want to brush up […]

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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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ABCD 2 Film Review: Simply Too Much!

| June 19, 2015 | 0 Comments

From Pappu can’t dance sala to any body can dance (ABCD), Indian youth got vindicated with ABCD(2013). It proved that dancing is not the privilege of dancing stars alone.The boy in the backstreets of any town can excel too with his dedication and talent.Thanks to TV’s dance reality shows that professed to do the same, […]

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Haider Film Review: To Be With Haider Or Not To Be–The Dilemma persists

| October 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

Haider is an adaptation of Hamlet and is supposed to be the third instalment of Vishal Bhardwaj’s Shakespeare trilogy after Maqbool(Macbeth) and Omkara (Othello). It is a somewhat  skewed representation of Kashmir issue ( Onir’s I AM had encapsulated it succinctly in just one segment), still it grabs your attention due to the vivid portrayal […]

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Gori Tere Pyaar Mein Review: This Pyaar Is A Bridge Too Far

| November 22, 2013 | 0 Comments

 She wants to open an orphanage, he hates kids. He loves chicken, she is hardboiled vegetarian, she considers him selfish, he thinks she is a pseudo socialist. She is a Delhiite Punjabi, he is a Bengaluru Tamilian.This chhole-sambar, Aryan-dravidian combo comes together for a while, finds itself too odd to  handle. Their ideologies and outlook […]

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