Tag: Sunny Deol

Poster Boys Film Review: Deserves a Dekko

| September 8, 2017 | 0 Comments

Its said that when you least expect,yoyou get, as this unexpected scenario can happen only in India. Somewhere in the heartlands of northern India this somewhat Dick’ensian’ drama unfolds. It’s that kind of place where your character hinges upon your machismo, where every Tom,Dick and Harry is measured on the yardstick of masculinity. Three unrelated men- […]

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Ghayal Once Again Film Review: Wounds More Than Heals

| February 5, 2016 | 0 Comments

When you anticipate a sequel to a very successful first film,your excitement and expectation is naturally very high. A sequel after 26 years as such raises eyebrows. A whole new generation has grown up. Its very rare that a movie in a franchise or a series holds and generates interest even after gap of couple […]

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MAHABHARAT Review: Treated With Kid Gloves

| December 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

Mere mention of Mahabharat conjures up sweeping images of valour, glory, opulence, abundance and unabashed show of arrogance. Way back in year 1988 B R Chopra’s rendition of Mahabharat on national television Doordarshan captured the imagination of whole nation  in such a manner that every Sunday morning primetime for whole year became a virtual ritual […]

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Singh Saab The Great Review: Tad, Tad, Tad, Phad, Phad, Phad, Gr r r r r r rate On Nerves

| November 22, 2013 | 0 Comments

Singh Saab the Great is supposed to be a movie full of action, drama, a dash of comedy, romance, song-dance routines, item numbers and dialogues that make one shudder and shiver. Sunny Deol plays Saranjit Singh Talwar – a collector honest to the bone and his tad-tad-tad knuckles. He believes in bringing the necessary change […]

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