My movie review/take on Bhaag Milkha Bhaag
My Movie Review/ Take on Jolly LLB
Highly Entertaining and Engaging Movie…. Liked it.
1st Half was Good but the 2nd Half takes the Cake away and is Mind-Blowing… Espc. the Invesgative Drama and the Courtroom Sequences added were Quite Brilliant in the 2nd Half.
Yes, the movie is NOT Perfect Potrayal of Indian Judiciary, has a Jolly-good feel to it and has an Happy(but Impractical) Ending to it but fellas.. When we can accept a Munnabhai MBBS and 3Idiots then why be Unnecessarily Harsh on Jolly LLB.
What bogs down the Movie is a Weak 1st Half, the “Usual” Bollywood Trappings and some really unwanted sequences here and there that act as Irritating “Fillers”.
But, JLLB has it’s Heart set at the right place and will leave you engaged and entertained at the end of it’s run time… Don’t be Fooled by the Trailers of it being a Comedy though :/ (more…)
My Take/Movie Review of ‘Kai Po Che’
Let Me Begin by Saying that I Never Liked ’3Mistakes of My Life’ at all though I’m a Hugeeeee Chetan Bhagat Fan but 3MOML Remains his Weakest Novel till date.
I had Very High Hopes from KPC considering the Fact that Abhi Kapoor[whose Rock On I had Loved a lot], UTV was backing it, Nice Young Feel of Friendship in the Backdrop of Cricket, Caste Politics, Gujarat Earthquake and Godhra Riots.
And, KPC managed to Dissapoint to an Extent on Some Counts but was Good at Places too.
Let Me Begin by saying that,Amit Trivedi’s Outstanding Music is the ‘Jaan’ of KPC and he Manages to Create a High Impact with just 3 Songs.. Kudos to Hitesh Sonik for the BG Score.
Costume Design by Niharika Khan is Good.
Cinematography and Shades used were Really Average… Maybe the Idea was to Recreate the Early 2000′s but it Simply wasn’t Working. (more…)
i.e Very Very Special Chabees
My ‘Take/Movie Review’ of
A Very Good Movie by Many
Standards, Dissapointing by
Some but a Satisfying Watch
Espc. Loved the Way, the
Story was Stringed across
Different Cities and Places
Yes, the Romantic Track and
the Songs were a Drawback
but that was because the
Movie in itself was So
Engrossing and Fast that these
Portions Acted as a Major Deterent to the Proceedings.
Add to it, they weren’t even
Well-Made and Kajal was a
Total Miscast for the Part[Heck,
Manoj's Wife & Neeru Bajwa
But Move Aside from that
Fact and what you get is a
Brilliantly Fast Paced Thrilling Movie with Strong
Performances that Entertains you to the Core. (more…)
My ‘Take/Movie Review’ of Race-2
As a Sequel to a Much-Loved RACE ['08], it Pales in Comparison,
BIG TIME[Same with Double
Dhamaal, KSKHH, Jannat-2].
The Glaring Loopholes and
Cinematic Liberties taken by
Abbas-Mustan are ‘Toooo
Much’ and the Execution is
Similar to their Own ‘Players/Race-1′.
A Big Dissapointment
The DIALOGUES are so
Unintentionally Funny at Places
that We Ended up Laughing at
them More than 5-6 Times
[Watch Out for that Sequence
where John tells Saif as to why he Killed Bipasha.. That
was One SuperROFL and
Hilarious Moment]. (more…)
My Views/Take on TALAASH
This Being My Most Awaited
Movie this Year, I am
Dissapointed to an Extent by
Reema Kagti’s Supposed
‘Supernatural’ Thriller Starts
of Well and Builds it’s Premise Interestingly thru the Marine Drive’s and Kamatipura’s of Mumbai.
Infact, the Entire Prostitution
Track Consisting of Well Cast
Unknown Actors and Nawaaz
is Highly Engaging and Gives a
Certain Raw/Real Feel to the
But, the Relatively Slow Pace
and the Unintelligent Ending
[Kareena Saving Aamir inside
the Water/Aamir Digging the Grave/Burning her Remains] Harm the Movie Big Time. (more…)
My Views on ‘Ishaqzaade’
Easily One of the Best Romantic Drama Movies I’ve Seen after a Loong Time from Bollywood and So Repenting it that I Missed it on the Big Screen.
The Awesome Lead Chemistry btwn Arjun-Parineeti was Passionate, Wild, Vulnerable and Sizzling, all at Once.
Habib Faisal just goes onto show what a Genuine Talent he is in B-Town and after Years of Struggle, he has just showcased it back to back in BBB, DDC and Ishaq.
Genuine Stories with Strikingly Good Dialogues Set in the North Parts of India is her Forte and he is doing a Bloody Amazing Job of it. (more…)
NOTE: These are My Comments Written from My FAcebook Status Update…. That’s why the Review will seem Distorted but You guys should get the Flow.
‘Jab Tak Hain Jaan’ is Shit in the Name of Cinema…. Utter Crap!
Disgusted, Dissapointed and Angry…
I can’t Compose Myself to Review this Movie… I Just Cannot… I just don’t know what to say Exactly…. (more…)
Raja Natwarlal had poor collections on day one as it collected around 5 crore nett on day one. Mumbai circuit was a bit better as Gujarat and Saurashtra fared better and by far the best collections across India. It was a holiday in Maharashtra and Gujarat and that helped Mumbai circuit compared to rest of India but even with holiday Mumbai can not be called good. The rest of the country was poor with North and Central recording dull collections and also not showing that major jump in the evening shows which was needed.Read more...
Lyon (France): Internationally-renowned Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan has been roped in as an ambassador for Interpol’s “Turn Back Crime” campaign to promote awareness on how everyone can play a role in preventing crime. Shah Rukh, said to be the first Indian to be made an ambassador for the global campaign, is lending his voice to help spread the message that all of society benefits when citizens respect law and fight crime. “It’s a very special honour to be a part of Interpol’s ‘Turn Back Crime’ campaign as an ambassador,” said Shah Rukh.Read more...
Before I go into my views about Ek Villain, I’d like to state that I am a huge fan of “I Saw the Devil (ISTD)” (on which Ek Villain is based) and I consider it a cinematic masterpiece. When I heard that Mohit Suri is making an Indian version of ISTD I was contrastively (9 out of 10 times I hate Indianized version of classics) quite glad and upbeat about it. Reason: From the very first time I watched ISTD, I have always felt that it has a very universal story and despite all the violence its core element: “The story of ultimate pain and suffering and confronting it” is applicable to almost every variety of people. What went unforgivably wrong in Ek Villain isRead more...
Richard Attenborough, Actor, Director and Giant of British Cinema, Dies at 90 Richard Attenborough, who after a distinguished stage and film acting career in Britain reinvented himself to become the internationally admired director of the monumental “Gandhi” and other films, died on Sunday. He was 90. His death was confirmed by his son, Michael, according to the BBC.Read more...
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