Sunday, July 12, 2015

Baahubali - Magnificent-Magnetic-Marvellous Epic Journey

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#Baahubali is a Life Time Experience - Don't Miss It
As a moviegoer last time when I had a moment to see a movie �� which exceeds your expectations,which sets a new level of imagination was ‪#‎avatar‬ and today after watching ‪#‎Baahubali‬ I'm feeling the same hair raising moment,I'm at home but still with #Baahubali . If by any means I missed the chance of watching this magnificent,magnetic,marvellous epic created by an Indian I have missed something very important in my life. #Baahubali is a Life Time Experience . DON'T Miss IT. ***** Feeling proud to be a part of Bhartiya Cinema �� n thanks to ‪#‎SSRajamouli‬ to make that possible for our cinema and Setting a benchmark for future Indian Cinema.Khans brothers looks so small in front of #baahubali;Hope they will learn something out of it. ‪#‎Prabhas‬will break the regional boundaries and will be a national superstar. N all the wonderful cast,cinematographers,musicians,artists n everyone thanks for making #Baahubali possible.In praise of the director,team n we Indians #JaiMahishmati. RATING: UNPARALLELED

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Hum Aapke Hai Koun, the biggest hit of Indian Cinema followed by DDLJ & 3 IDIOTS

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As per Hindustan times, after adjusting to the inflation Hum Aapke hai Koun is the biggest hit of Indian cinema followed by  SRK- Kajol starrer Dilwale Dulhaniya le jayenge and  Aamir Khan-Kareena Kapoor starrer 3 Idiots. Find out the top 10 movies of Indian cinema as per their box office collections adjusted to current inflation are

Hum Aapke Hain Kaun (1994) tops the list. This Salman Khan, Madhuri Dixit-starrer had amassed Rs. 69.75 crore at the time of its release. The inflation-adjusted figure comes to a whopping Rs. 354.7 crore.

Shah Rukh Khan’s Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995) is second on the list, with a present-day worth of Rs. 301.71 crore. Aditya Chopra’s directorial debut venture had earned Rs. 61 crore when it was released.

Aamir Khan’s Three Idiots (2009) comes in third with a current worth of Rs. 300.35 crore. Rajkumar Hirani’s film had garnered Rs. 202.57 crore at the time of its release, becoming the first Hindi movie to breach the barrier.

K Asif’s Mughal-e-Azam (1960) earned Rs. 5.5 crore when it hit theatres. This Dilip Kumar, Madhubala-starrer romantic saga’s current worth is Rs. 152.19 crore.

Vijay Sharma’s Jai Santoshi Maa (1975) would have made Rs. 77.78 crore today, on the strength of its collection figure of Rs. 5 crore at time of release.

The current worth of Salman Khan's Maine Pyar Kiya (1989) is Rs. 76.75 crore. The film had mopped up Rs. 14 crore quarter of a century ago.

Gyan Mukherjee’s Kismet collected Rs. 1 crore when it hit theatres in 1943. The present worth of this Ashok Kumar-starrer stands at Rs. 74.96 crore.

Raj Kapoor's Ram Teri Ganga Maili (1985) collected Rs. 95 lakh at the time of it’s release. The Mandakini-starrer is currently worth Rs. 71.74 crore.

(The adjusted nett gross figures have been calculated on the basis of 11.47% inflation as in December 2013 and current releases of 2013 not taken into account)

Sunday, May 19, 2013

Aashiqui 2 ahead of all new releases, 63.5 crores net collection in three weeks

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Even in third week 'AASHIQUI 2' has beaten all the new films in the box office collections including Arjun Kapoor's Aurengzeb and has collected 11.5 crores net in the third week taking its three week total to huge 63.50 crores net and heading towards 100 crores proudly.

Where all other movies surviving on marketing gimmicks, Aashiqui 2 is the only movie sustaining in cinemas due to positive word of mouth in 2013 till date.

Best wishes to Mohit Suri and Aashiqui 2's Entire team... Let love make Life live

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Breaking News - Madhuri Dixit does an item number with Ranbir Kapoor right here

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Here's presenting the latest and  much awaited song Ghagra from Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani. Watch as Bunny continues his badtameezeee on the dance floor, this time with the graceful 'Mohini'

Directed By: Ayan Mukerji
Produced By: Dharma Productions
Starring: Ranbir Kapoor, Deepika Padukone, Kalki Koechlin and Aditya Roy Kapur
Music By: Pritam Chakraborty

Sunday, April 28, 2013

Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani Full Songs | Jukebox ALL SONGS | Ranbir Kapoor, Deepika Padukone

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Here's bringing to you full songs from Ranbir Kapoor, Deepika Padukone most anticipated movie of 2013 "Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani" directed by Ayan Mukherji. The music is composed by Pritam Chakraborty while lyrics are penned by Kumaar and Amitabh Bhattacharya.

Enjoy and stay connected with us!!

Saturday, April 27, 2013

Tribute to 100 Years of Indian Cinema : Apna Bombay Talkies from Bombay Talkies

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A decent effort to celebrate 100 years of Indian Cinema, 'Apna bOMBAY tALKIES' is a title track from upcoming movie 'Bombay Talkies thou it could have been much better. Featuring  Aamir Khan,Shahrukh Khan,Kareena Kappor,Madhuri Dixit,Sridevi,Ranbir Kapoor and many more celebrities , this track might impress you once

Sunday, April 21, 2013

Movie Review: Ek Thi Daayan (2013) (Hindi) **1/2 Rating

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                      Ek thi Daayan !    ~  No Chills, No Thrills  despite three hot chicks ;)  ~AvA

Movie Review:  Ek Thi Daayan (2013) (Hindi)  **1/2 Rating
Theatre Release: April 21, 2013 (India)
Language: Hindi
Direction : Kannan Iyer
Banner :  Balaji Motion Pictures
Genre:  Horror thriller
Viewers Group:  13+

The Critique Lab Score Board
AVA Score: 6  (Max 10)
AVA Medal Honour™©  : Silver
Recommended Level   : Moderate

(Ŏ BRONZE Medal Ŏ SILVER Medal Ŏ Titanium Medal Ŏ GOLD Medal Ŏ PLATINUM Medal) 
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So here comes our own Desi ‘underworld’ alike horror flick from the soap queen Ekta Kapoor and Vishal Bhardwaj with the concept of Daayan and Pishaach instead of Wolves and Bats . ‘Ek thi Daayan’ tries to bring something novel and original to the horror genre in the mainstream Indian cinema  but as a horror flick it failed to shock you or thrilled you in whole with its hollow screenplay and half baked story esp. in the second half.

Bobbo (Emraan Hashmi) is a famous magician disturbed with his haunted past remembrances. He lost his sister and father when he was eleven years old while they were playing hide and seek game with their step mom. Bobo  with his dark past  believed that a Daayan was responsible for the lost of his family. As he grew up he met Tamara and both fell in love. Further they decided to adopt a child from missionary viz. Zubin who is a huge fan of Bobo – The Magician. During a magic show, a lady named Lisa Dutt assisted him in  a magic trick which he believed that Daayan has returned to his life to take him back.

Written by Mukul Sharma and Mastero Vishal Bhardwaj , Ek thi Daayan undoubtedly explores a new concept in the horror genre with the tadka of  RGV’s ‘Bhoot’ & Bhatt’s ‘Raaz 3’ ambience, romance, music and Myths around Daayan. But since it’s a horror regime Kannan Iyer as director  failed to generate the ambience of horror required with its lousy screenplay and editing. Even the story lacks the proper imagination and the writer and director both seems lost in many places. For eg

1) Meeting of Bobo with a psychiatrist and go back to his childhood was stupid since he was already well aware of all the events happened to his childhood.
2) Daayan on return said she took 20 years to come back in her form but excuse us if  Diana has come back as Tamara than how come both are existing at the same place in last.
3) Bobo  getting his powers as Pischach just by folding his hands crossed is too unrealistic and unconvincing.
4) In the last scene When Zubin opened his eyes in hell despite being a child he never scared or surprised and simply knows what he has to do with the knife.

Music by Vishal Bhardwaj is a soothing relief to the movie.  ‘Yaaram’ is the best track and its got a totally experimental tempo you will enjoy. The Second track ‘ Kaali Kaali Aanko Ka’ is  melodious and beautifully written by Gulzar. ‘Launtungi Mein’ despite seems to be a major Daayan track never made a presence in the main movie. ‘Tote Udd Gaye’ is an average track. Cinematography by Saurabh Goswami is decent.

Regarding Performances, Konkana Sen Sharma stands out in her all avatars. Huma Qureshi is decent and Emraan Hashmi is now a champ in this genre and has nothing to do different here.  Bhavesh Balchandani as Zubin is average but Vishesh Tiwari as Young Bobo  and Sara Arjun as Misha  are superb. Kalki Koechlin in her short  but notable performance looks sweet.

The writers have left ample space for the sequel of the movie and may named it as ‘ Daayan Returns’ but considering this Daayan I would wish if they won't target family audience for a horror flick as it would be derogatory for a filmmaker if a 10 year old child laugh at their movies instead of scaring. Next time, Please return with a serious horror thriller. And a tip please consult Bhatt Camp and RGV for a while they may help you a bit ;P

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Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Movie Review: Commando (2013) (Hindi) *** ½ Rating

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                                          Commando    ~ Raw, Cheesy, Real Action thriller  ~AvA

Movie Review: Commando (2013) (Hindi)  *** ½  Rating
Theatre Release: 12 April 2013 (India)
Language: Hindi
Direction : Dilip Ghosh
Banner :  Reliance Entertainment
Genre: Action thriller
Viewers Group:  13+

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AVA Score: 7  (Max 10)
AVA Medal Honour™©     : Silver
Recommended Level   :  High for Action lovers

(Ŏ BRONZE Medal Ŏ SILVER Medal Ŏ Titanium Medal Ŏ GOLD Medal Ŏ PLATINUM Medal) 
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From the depth of the sea, from the heights of the sky , from the vastness of a desert and from the darkness of the forests when a common man is trained 24 x 7 to serve the nation a commando is born and this week Vidyut Jamwal successfully convinced the audience as a new action star in the industry. Bestowed with excellent physique and decent looks each action he has performed on the screen is so convincing that you cannot put your eyes off as for the first time all stunts has been performed by an actor himself without using body doubles and even without using the ropes and wires for most of his stunts

The story begins with a crash of an Indian army helicopter on a routine training into a Chinese border and Captain Karanveer Singh Dogra (Vidyut Jamwal) got arrested by the Chinese forces suspecting him as a spy. Now both governments for the sake of their self interest put Karanveer’s life at stake. Karanveer escape from the Chinese forces and reaches Pathankot in India though forest area. There he runs into a girl, Simrit (Pooja Chopra) who is escaping from AK 74 (Jaideep Ahlawat) goons and thus how Karanveer got a new motive as a Commando.

Dilip Ghosh, the director has served a cheesy, raw action flick that one would love to see once. All three main characters were able to hold your attention throughout the movie. The screenplay is crispy the story has nothing novel to mention and one could find it non brainer especially in the climax but it’s the Vidyut Jamwal as a commando and his stunt director Franz Spilhaus who has directed  remarkable action sequences  that you can ignore small hiccups.  Pooja Chopra is decent but every  Punjabi girl should not be portrayed as ‘Meet’ of ‘Jab we meet’ and this is where director did a little work to give Pooja a different identity.

Cinematography by Sejal Shah is extremely notable especially for the song ‘ Sawan Bairi’. Music and lyrics are average and does not make much impact. Jaideep Ahalawat has come up with a different kind of villain and does his part well.

If you are an action flick lover than Commando will sate your thirst for sure.

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Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Full Movie : Once Upon A Time In Mumbai [2010][Drama][Hindi] Cast : Ajay Devgan,Emraan Hashmi,Kangna Ranaut

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Once Upon A Time In Mumbai is a gangster based film, seen through the eyes of a police officer. It traces the changing face of the Mumbai underworld and how it all started. The film, set primarily in 1970s Mumbai, follows the rise of Sultan (Ajay Devgn), and the conflict, when his Protégé Shoaib (Emraan Hashmi), challenges his supremacy, and usurps power to rule the murky underbelly of Mumbai. The film is presented in a retro chic style and is a glamorous and powerful rewind to the golden era

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Category :Crime Action and Adventure Drama
Starring: Ajay Devgn Emraan Hashmi Kangna Ranaut Prachi Desai Randeep Hooda
Directed by: Milan Luthria
Produced by: Ekta Kapoor Shobha Kapoor
Written by: Rajat Arora

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