Monthly Archives: August, 2015

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Characters: Raftaar Singh: Raftaar is the most responsible man of his family. Whenever there is a screw up, his father holds him responsible.

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EXPECTATIONS Honestly, there aren’t many expectations here. While you do wonder what exactly does the title stand for, a quick look at the film’s promo indicates that it is a suspense thriller about ‘baat ek raat ki’.

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Chairperson of the censor board Pahlaj Nihalani is all set to release his song dedicated to the prime minister for Independence Day tomorrow. The song entitled ‘ Mera Desh Hai Mahaan Mera Desh Hai Jawaan ‘ is Nihalani’s homage to a nation that has grown up on songs about leaders who have changed the way we look at our country.

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He may be burning the midnight oil looking into his work as the censor board chief. But Pahlaj Nihalani has not forgotten his duties and obligations as a filmmaker. Not only is he ready with his next production Avatar , he is all set to produce and direct a lavish costume drama scripted by the much in-demand Tamil writer K V Vijayendra Prasad who is the father of the Tamil-Telugu super-director S S Rajamouli.

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All we are shown is an incoherent Jackie Shroff as Gary, sometimes drunk, at most times old, and at all times having difficulty in speaking. I mean, one has to really strain the ears to understand what he is speaking

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Though it’s been a while since we saw Parineeti Chopra in her elements on the silver screen, the actress seems to be having a gala time during her break. Along with many accolades and appreciation that she has received in the past few years, the actress has received yet another honour on the occasion of Independence Day

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Milap Zaveri’s next venture Mastizaade featuring none other than Sunny Leone wrapped up their shooting a while back. However the film which is an out and out adult sex comedy ran into trouble with the Censor Board of Film Certification (CBFC) refusing to certify the film due to its content. However now we hear that the makers of the film can finally breathe a sigh of relief as the CBFC has cleared the film with an Adults only tag.

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