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  • ‘Son of Sardaar’ Review: Go balle balle this Diwali with this masala entertainer!-ZEENEWS

    GayatriSankar A certain school of thought would believe that films need to exhibit cinematic values while the other would beg to differ. For them, movies are all about entertainment, entertainment and entertainment. And as Vidya ‘Silk’ Balan had rightly said in ‘The Dirty Picture’, it’s all about providing entertainment, you see! So who cares? As long as you are able to leave your routine life outside the theatre and are ready to take a fairytale ride on celluloid, it hardly does matter. So, as India gears up to celebrate the festival of lights, Ajay Devgn’s ‘Son of Sardaar’ comes in as an entertaining treat. The multi-starrer action cum rom-com is quite a predictable story, but does unfold its share of subtle surprises.

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  • Son Of Sardar Review – 4/5 (By Taran Adarsh)

    S.S. Rajamouli, the creative genius, holds the enviable record of delivering stupendous Blockbusters in a row. His films, consequently, have been remade in various Indian languages… the Hindi film industry has woken up to his brilliance as well. VIKRAMARKUDU was remade as ROWDY RATHORE, EEGA was dubbed in Hindi as MAKKHI and now, Rajamouli’s MARYADA RAMANNA gets a Hindi avatar — SON OF SARDAAR — after being remade in Kannada and Bengali languages. MARYADA RAMANNA, in turn, displayed a striking similarity to the 1923 Hollywood silent film OUR HOSPITALITY. SON OF SARDAAR is the remake of a Telugu film, but the Hindi avatar is set in an entirely different precinct. Nonetheless, what remains unaffected are the set of regulations that make masala entertainers work. Be

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  • Khiladi Akshay Kumar returns to the arts

    The man has a black belt in Taekwondo and has studied martial arts in Bangkok. So, we were not surprised when Akshay Kumar went out of his way on Saturday to make his presence felt on the final day of the fourth Akshay Kumar Invitational International Kudo Tournament, which is being touted as one of India’s biggest martial arts events. “Whatever I have become today is only because of my self-discipline and martial arts. It’s not a sport for me, it’s an art,” said Akshay. The actor was accompanied by his Khiladi 786 co-star, Asin, and son Aarav. The star, along with wrestling coach Satpal Singh (famous for training two time Olympic medal winner Sushil Kumar) also distributed the prizes and medals to the winners.

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  • Son Of Sardaar Review -Taran Adarsh

    Son Of Sardaar By  Taran Adarsh, 12 Nov 2012, 16:49 hrs IST S.S. Rajamouli, the creative genius, holds the enviable record of delivering stupendous Blockbusters in a row. His films, consequently, have been remade in various Indian languages… the Hindi film industry has woken up to his brilliance as well. VIKRAMARKUDU was remade as ROWDY RATHORE, EEGA was dubbed in Hindi as MAKKHI and now, Rajamouli’s MARYADA RAMANNA gets a Hindi avatar — SON OF SARDAAR — after being remade in Kannada and Bengali languages. MARYADA RAMANNA, in turn, displayed a striking similarity to the 1923 Hollywood silent film OUR HOSPITALITY. SON OF SARDAAR is the remake of a Telugu film, but the Hindi avatar is set in an entirely different precinct. Nonetheless, what remains unaffected

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  • Himesh power: KHILADI 786 music scorching the charts!

    By Abid, Glamsham Editorial In less than a fortnight since the release of the audio album of KHILADI 786, the songs of the Akshay Kumar and Asin starrer can already be heard all over. Be it the racy item number,’Balma’, the Himesh-Yo Yo Honey Singh chartbuster ‘Lonely’ or Mika’s ‘Long Drive’, all have caught the fancy of the music buffs, and one can easily say that Himesh Reshammiya, the once numero uno composer of Bollywood is back with a bang. This is indeed very creditable as the focus of attention of the cinema going audience is of course (as we all know) on the two Diwali blockbusters, JAB TAK HAI JAAN and SON OF SARDAAR However, the rate at which the songs of KHILADI 786

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  • Diwali Releases Advance Report: Jab Tak Hai Jaan Leads

    Monday 12th November 2012 10.30 IST Boxofficeindia.Com Trade Network Jab Tak Hai Jaan leads in the advance bookings over Son Of Sardaar. It was always going to lead in terms of number of tickets sold before release simply because there are far more tickets available due to much wider release. But in terms of percentage of tickets sold at a theatre it is leading almost across the board. The gap is less in the North with some multiplexes on par while Jab Tak Hai Jaan having 5-10% lead in others but in places like Hyderabad and Pune there is a big difference with Jab Tak Hai Jaan leading by a margin. The biggest problem for Son Of Sardaar is that in centres where it would

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  • “I don’t think Sushma Swaraj has seen OMG” – Paresh Rawal

    “I don’t think Sushma Swaraj has seen OMG” – Paresh Rawal By Subhash K. Jha, Nov 12, 2012 – 10:47 IST BJP politicians Sushma Swaraj has condemned your film Oh My God as an attack on Hinduism? I really respect Sushmaji. I don’t think she has watched the film. If she did, she wouldn’t be saying what she did. If Oh My God was really an attack on Hinduism, it wouldn’t have been so wholeheartedly embraced by the entire nation. I’ve performed the stage version of the story all over the world. No one has raised any objections when in fact the play is spicier. Let me tell you at the industrialist B.K Modi’s 60th birthday, we staged the play at the ISKCON temple in

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  • Son Of Sardaar: Ajay Devgn in jubilant mood

    Ajay Devgn has every reason to be joyful. His new film, Son Of Sardaar (SOS), that has generated encouraging buzz since the first promo went online, is registering very good numbers in advance booking at the cinemas. Also, the order of the Competition Appellate Tribunal, issuing an inquiry notice into YRF’s anti-competitive activities, has vindicated his stand. Ajay had filed a case against YRF to level the playing field this festive season. The actor-producer says, “We have been getting calls from distributors and exhibitors, who are excited about the advance ticket sales. The music has caught on and the audiences, who we’ve been interacting with during the promotional tours, are eagerly looking forward to the Diwali release. It has reaffirmed our faith and confidence in

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