Tag: T Series

Tumhari Sulu Film Review: Just About Yours

| November 18, 2017 | 0 Comments

Its psychological fact that when you feel inadequate in some facet of your life, you tend to overcompensate by getting better in other areas. Sulochana aka Sulu (Vidya Balan) is one such character who has not passed her 12th standard. A middle class housewife she is multi talented and has a penchant for participating and […]

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Baadshaho Film Review: Oh No!

| September 2, 2017 | 0 Comments

One fine day Bhushan Kumar of T Series and director Milan Luthria were just whiling away their time as to what to do.They had Ajay Devgn and Emraan Hashmi’s dates that were going waste. Enters writer Rajat Aroraa and gauging the urgency said, don’t worry. The dates won’t go waste. And he narrated a one […]

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Sarbjit Film Review: No Release From Melodrama

| May 20, 2016 | 0 Comments

Let me begin at the end. Because the end of the film is in public domain where Satbir Singh Attwaal from Punjab’s Bhikiwind village on Indo-Pak border, died in Pakistan hospital after being brutally attacked by jail mates who in collusion with jail officials stage managed an attack. This happened after many postponements of his […]

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Love Games Film Review: Games People Play

| April 8, 2016 | 0 Comments

In early eighties Eric Berne had written a path breaking book Games People Play,that essentially dealt with how people structure their time,how they spend their lives by playing psychological games with each other. Love Games with a tagline Love Dangerously has this high profile, super rich couple Ramona (Patralekha) and Sam (Gaurav Arora), that is […]

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Teraa Surroor Film Review: Such A Downer

| March 12, 2016 | 0 Comments

Of course to be high on single malt is a trip in itself. One could get high on money,status,power,lust but there is nothing better then being sozzled in love.Teraa Surroor wants you to get immersed in the ultimate intoxicant–love for your beloved. The love that a gangster,an undercover assasin Raghu(Himesh Reshmmiya) has for her beloved […]

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Sanam Re Film Review : Fake and Frivolous

| February 12, 2016 | 0 Comments

  When I saw the promo of Sanam Re veering away from pummeling the eardrums with its title track, and showing instead a Comedy Show’s famous artiste Bharti as a kind of YogaGuru,exhorting the odd assortment of people at the Yoga Camp to say Baby Rocks, after every time she gives them some gyan about […]

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Airlift Film Review: An Uplifting Experience

| January 22, 2016 | 0 Comments

There is hardly any melodrama in Airlift. There is no 24×7 media coverage.There could not be, as there was none during the period shown-circa 1990.There is nothing fake in the fictionalized account of a real-life event, that has been recorded in Guinness Book Of World Records as the largest evacuation carried out successfully in the […]

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The Hate Story 3 Film Review: Donkey For A Derby

| December 4, 2015 | 0 Comments

What can you do when a younger brother marries the fiancee of his elder brother and the said bride replies to a TV interviewer’s question that Behind every successful man is not a woman, rather she has been beside her beau all the time. On such bizarre reasoning the movie Hate Story 3 opens with […]

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All Is Well Film Review: It Only Ends Well

| August 21, 2015 | 0 Comments

In a contemporary Indian society that has undergone major changes in last fifteen years where the generation gap in environs of smartphones, facebook, whatsapp is something that is bothering many, All Is Well tries to drive home the point that the family bonds and relationships are still intact and cherished. It’s a contemporary take on […]

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Roy Film Review: Why You Made It, Why?

| February 13, 2015 | 0 Comments

The concept is somewhat novel with reel life of a protagonist mirroring the real life of the hero.The canvas is gorgeous. The visuals are stunning (cinematographer Himman Dhamija).The music is pleasing. But ROY is much ado about nothing.Its style with zero substance. Its pseudo art masquerading as cinema. There is this finicky,arrogant,smoking-chimney of a filmmaker […]

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