• Gully Boy movie review
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    Gully Boy movie review: A compelling fairy tale with a amazing performance by Ranveer Singh

    Gully Boy is a surprise for you this year, which is entitled to give a Must Watch movie in the first line. This movie is for all those who are not giving 100 percent to fulfill their dreams, then understand that their time has come. He will be inspired from this film that his dreams, which were held in the previous seat, will come in the driving seat because at all times his heart will be awakened to meet his dreams that he will be desperate to complete 100 percent. Such a huge motivational story is Zoya Akhtar’s Alley Boy. The story of ‘Gully Boy’ to be completed ‘Murad’ The…

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    Photograph Movie Review: Nawazuddin plays amazing role in this

    Director Ritesh Batra, in his first film, showed how the relationship was created through the ‘Lunchbox‘. In the photograph, he added relationships through photos. The food in the movie ‘Lunchbox’ was the smell, but ‘Photograph’ is just a plain film. It says that a photo says a thousand words, but this thing is missing in the photograph. Rafi (Nawazuddin Siddiqi) draws photos with money from people who visit the Gateway of India. One day she takes a photo of Miloney (Sanya Malhotra), but Miloney gets paid and goes without taking photos. Rafi’s grandmother is behind her marriage. Photo of Milony Rafi sends his grandmother to the village by writing this…

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    Sonchidiya movie review: Sushant Singh Rajput and Ranvir Shorey are brilliant as bandits

    There was a time when there was the echo of the bandits in Chambal valleys. At that time, too many movies in Bollywood were made on this subject. The bandits were presented glamorously and actors like Amitabh, Dharmendra, Sunil Dutt, Vinod Khanna were too excited to play the role of a bandit. In the country where the Ganga flows, let me live, Ganga-Jamuna, My Village, my country, the best films like my country have been seen on this subject. The end of such films ended when the bandits were finished. Although Shekhar Kapur’s Bandit Queen and Tegmanshu Dhulia’s Pan Singh Tomar were later made, these films proved milestone. Film director…

  • Luka Chuppi movie review
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    Luka Chuppi movie review: This is the Right Kind of Mindless Comedy

    Indian society is passing through modernism and conservatism. Some people do not consider living in these relationships, then some people still do not let boys and girls get in the name of ‘Sanskar‘. Some people marry only because there will come food and work at home, who will wear vermilion and mangalsutra. The story of the people standing at these two opposite ends of the society is shown in ‘Lukka Chupi‘. Guddu (Karthik Aryan) and Rashmi (Kirti Senan) who live in Mathura want to live in the relationship. They go live from Gwalior to their city and do not tell anyone about it. Guddu’s family knows that Guddu and Rashmi…

  • Total Dhamaal movie review
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    Total Dhamaal movie review: Yet another Ajay Devgn atrocity

    When a big director’s films fail, he returns to the sequel of his hit movie to keep himself in the race. After the failure of Grand Masti, Super Nani and Great Grand Fun, director Inder Kumar remembered the ‘Dhamal’ series. After Dhhamal (2007) and double Dhhamal (2011), he has made the series with the title ‘Total Dhamal‘ (2019). There are some characters in the Total Dhamal series. Some artists are the same but their character has changed. Some new artists have also been added. Stars such as Anil Kapoor, Madhuri Dixit, Ritesh Deshmukh and Ajay Devgan have worked with Inder Kumar several times and this time they have collected all…

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    Thackeray Movie Review: Nawazuddin Siddiqui Is Outstanding Performer In A Film Best Left Alone

    For a commentator, this film is a huge test. It requires isolating the lead performer from the riffraff animating government official he depicts on screen. The execution is awesome, at the very least in light of the fact that Nawazuddin Siddiqui abstains from submissive impersonation of Bal Keshav Thackeray. Yet, the perspective of the pioneer whose biopic this is chillingly aggravating. So as you watch a remarkable screen entertainer get into the skin of the Shiv Sena originator, you can’t however squirm at the words and thoughts that he gushes. Nawazuddin Siddiqui completely nails it – another shining quill in a swelling top. He is good to the point that…

  • Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga Movie Review
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    Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga Movie Review: An important, well-intended entertainer that deserves applause

    The primary standard Hindi film that, fairly tremulously, introduces the topic of same-sex love, Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga is anything but difficult to identify with and handle in spite of, or might owe, its basically disinfected facade. It sails to strange parts and ventures miles, however it does as such without causing trouble too savagely. At last, it is a touchy, delicate and humor-bound drama that pivots as much on the connection between a forlorn, misjudged residential area Punjab young lady and her gushing dad as on the courageous woman’s sexual introduction, which drives her into a hard to-break shell. Screenwriter Gazal Dhaliwal (who has additionally written…

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    Why Cheat India Movie Review: Emraan Hashmi Film Has an Interesting Premise but Lacks Urgency

    Why in fact? The inquiry is unavoidable. The edit board-appointed prefix to the first title, Cheat India, is unreasonable. It adds nothing to the film nor, fortunately, does it remove anything from it. Why Cheat India plays to a great extent by the standards set down in Bollywood’s cheat-sheet and is once in a while on the very edge of veering off in silly ways, yet it remains valid in the primary to its picked topic, the spoil in India’s training framework, which is definitely not an especially simple reason to dig for high, nail-gnawing dramatization. Benevolently, essayist executive Soumik Sen (whose first film Gulaab Gang surrendered to clear drama)…