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Raees Movie Review – Subhash K Jha

Raees

Starring Shah Rukh Khan, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Mahira Khan

Directed by Rahul Dholakia

It’s the same old wine—hooch wine—in a not-so-new battle, and I do mean battle. Prohibition in Gujarat is the playground for this pulsating saga of twisted morality. As the Good Cop Majmudar (Nawazuddin Siddiqui) wages an all-out war against hooch seller Raees Khan (Shah Rukh Khan) what emerges from the smoke fire and ashes is a kitschy 1980s-styled potboiler that tells the story of a gangster’s protege who grows into a Robin Hoodlum, the do-dogooder whose Ammi (Sheeba Chadha, so brilliant and yet such a fugitive figure in the screenplay) teaches him that no job is too small or petty.

Taking that maternal advice a bit too seriously (probably uttered by the short-lived Ammi-jaan in an unguarded moment after she may have heard it being said by Alok Nath on Buniyaad) Raees spends
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Alok Nath joins Twitter

Alok Nath, the popular film and television star, today joined Twitter. The actor, known for his fatherly roles in the film and television, became a pop culture icon as the Sanskari Babuji on Twitter a few months back, when one of his movies was being aired on television and users began tweeting about his character and his dialogues. In the last six months, there have been close to 2, 00,000 Tweets about him and his TV character.

Alok Nath has spent nearly three decades in the television and film industry and came into limelight in the mega serial “Buniyaad”. He has acted in many hit films like Maine Pyaar Kiya, Vivaah, Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham, Taal, Hum Saath Saath Hain, Hum Aapke Hain Kaun and many more. Not only that but he has also played role of Sanskari Babuji on various soaps such as Sapna Babul Ka…Bidaai, Yahan Mein Ghar Ghar Kheli.
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I was offered 'saas-bahu' show but declined: Kanwaljit Singh

New Delhi, His role in Ramesh Sippy's mega serial "Buniyaad" gave him his first taste of success and he followed it up with "Dard" and "Saans". Actor Kanwaljit Singh, who has returned to television after three years, reveals he was offered a 'saas-bahu' soap but turned it down. "I was offered a very important role in one of the popular 'saas-bahu' shows but I declined. When one kind of show becomes a hit, every channel starts running similar shows. Channels race among one another and bring out the same formats. I felt the need of doing something fresh," Kanwaljit told Ians on phone from Mumbai. Another reason he stayed away from the small screen for a while was that serials with similar themes were the only projects coming his way and he didn't want to get ...
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