Monthly Archives: July, 2015

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Having said that, looking at it another way, Subhash Kapoor, who won accolades for his JOLLY LLB, does address a very pertinent issue, but without coming hard on the subject. He does not get preachy, gets in a few scenes to highlight the ‘Khap Panchayat’ verdicts over the years and leaves it at that. Kapoor uses the tale smartly to weave his plot to unravel a masala film that has action, emotion, humor, drama and suspense

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Out of the blue, comes a love story with a disturbing end and the lead cast, which banks heavily on Sneha Ullal and Mugdha Godse, live up to the mark to pull off a decent performance. The beginning is a bit tacky though, with first-time director in Bollywood who is a well-known name in Gujarati cinema, Jashwant Gangani, taking time to find his bearings.

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Back in 1984, director James Cameron helmed a futuristic project TERMINATOR that featured Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton and Michael Biehn. This was a followed with a superhit sequel TERMINATOR 2: JUDGEMENT DAY, which went on to become one of the biggest hits of all time. Now a little over three decades we see the release of the fifth installment in the TERMINATOR franchise with TERMINATOR GENISYS, which features Arnold Schwarzenegger from the original cast.

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Characters: Abhishek Bachchan (Inder Bhalla) Confident & passionate on his talent as singer / composer Has differences with father with a rational thinking behind Protects his family & love interest through an interesting journey. Rishi Kapoor Middle class north Indian & runs a family bakery business Shares a different relationship with son, no talking terms but somewhere a concern for his son like any other father Asin Independent girl with strong belief in relationships Abhishek Bachchan’s love interest Supriya Pathak Tries to maintain balance in the family Wants to see her family prosper, especially wants her husband and father mend ways Synopsis This is a story where entire family is on the run, being chased by goons. It’s a dysfunctional family; everyone has their own set of issues with each other – waiting to be confronted.

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A burgeoning nation of 125 crore people in which the powered call the shots. The relationship is symbolic of that between a madari (street performer) and jhamoora (sidekick). The one holding the damroo (a small two-headed drum) of power makes the other dance to his tunes

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Toilet – Ek Prem Katha is a satirical and comic take on this serious issue. What happens when two people in love cannot be together because of the lack of a toilet in the house

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