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Movie Review – M S Dhoni

Movie Review – M S Dhoni

Right off the bat, I need to say this. I am a cricket fan and I happen to love MS Dhoni. So, my excitement obviously cannot be stated enough. The trailer gave me goosebumps and I was the person counting off the days till the release of the film. It is safe to say that my expectations, as high as they were, were met very well.

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Movie Review – PINK

Movie Review – PINK

Yes, we are the women of today – the so called emancipated feminists that define the done to death
clichés about the ‘modern abla naari’. Yes, we drink and smoke if we want to. Yes, we wear clothes that may reveal more than they cover. Yes, we work late nights and live alone.

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Most Awaited movies of 2016 {HOLLYWOOD}

Most Awaited movies of 2016 {HOLLYWOOD}

Suicide Squad

A mix of well-known and unknown villains (Deadshot, King Shark, Captain Boomerang and Harley Quinn) are recruited by the government to accomplish a task deemed

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Most Awaited Movies of 2016 {BOLLYWOOD}

Most Awaited Movies of 2016 {BOLLYWOOD}

Rustom
Decorated officer. Devoted family man. Defending his honor. His name is RUSTOM.
Akshay Kumar will be starring in this romantic thriller

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Movie Review : Nil Battey Sannata

Movie Review : Nil Battey Sannata

‘Maths mein Dabba Gul Oh Dear Netwon, Einstein How could you find it so cool?
Mera Maths mein Dabba Gul…’

Sounds like the voice of the subconscious of many I know, including myself. Maths has always been the albatross

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Movie Review : FAN

Movie Review : FAN

Let me start by making one thing very clear; if you are not a Shah Rukh Khan lover, then it will be best if you sit this one out. This movie caters only and only to someone who is a die-hard SRK fan or a ‘Jabra Fan’, as is being said these days.

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KI & KA Review

KI & KA Review

It’s a man’s world …. or not! The rules of the game have changed. Ki, the demure Sati Savitri Biwi is now wearing the pants (literally and figuratively), working her way up the corporate ladder with devotion and dedication while Ka, the original Ann- Daata (read bread earner) of the family has decided to play ‘Mummy’.

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Kapoor & Sons Film Review

Kapoor & Sons Film Review

Kapoor & Sons is a movie with soul. Period!

The movie is a mélange of intensity, vulnerability, contentment, sorrow, mistrust, faith, joy and dissatisfaction all packaged together in a subtle humane narrative, that’s neither preachy nor dramatic. And that’s where the charm of the movie lies.

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Neerja Review

Neerja Review

“Ladies and Gentleman, welcome onboard. The direLadiesctor has turned the seat belt sign on. Please fasten your seat belts, pull out the tissues and get ready for an emotional roller coaster for the next 122 minutes” or so

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A Small Detour

A Small Detour

Let’s start with a scenario.

Cosy and settled in your favourite nook, clad in unhealthily soft pyjamas and spoiled with some warm company on a Friday night.

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Releasing this Fortnight

Releasing this Fortnight

Welcome 2 Karachi
This political satire is a remake of the 1994 English film, Dumb and Dumber; it is the story of two Indians, Kedar [Jackky Bhagnani] and Shammi [Arshad Warsi] who land in Karachi, Pakistan without their passports.

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