A group of friends are brought forcefully to a village, where they are asked to help find the daughter of the Village head, who believes these friends have helped in the eloping of his daughter with her love interest.
Aditya lives a middle-classed lifestyle in Aurangabad along with dad - Raghav, mom - Laxmi, and sister, Swati. His dad wants him to be a lawyer, but Aditya wants to be an Engineer. ... See full summary »
After Vishwas Rao (Shahid Kapoor) is raised up by his Mother (Padmini Kolhapure), who apparently dreams for him to become a Police Inspector. However, he has different plans in mind. Vishwas wants to become a film hero.
In the film Shakti, Pragati offers her husband Sayaji Shinde who's panting and puffing on the treadmill a glass of milk. Ileana freaks out on a cup of hot tea in the desert, we'd recommend the audience to drink either of them or err perhaps a bottle of chilled water to sit through the 15 reels of Shakti. Water will just revive you from unconsciousness but some tender coconut water will replenish you with some Shakti, the electrolytes.
Now that one has been warned let's know what Shakti's all about. It is synonymous with power, with strength and anything omnipotent. With such a heavy title and a cash rich producer who is dedicated and passionate about translating the inanimate stuff to reality on screen, the director is a really lucky man. The director too is known for his style that he displayed in Kantri and Billa but did he learn from his mistakes from those two movies or did he pick up some not to do's from Khaleja that played with saints and a superficial story line? Did he remember to put that soul and not get carried away by the attractive and wonderful packaging?
Its a very boring and idiotic movie.Do not watch.Don't waste your time and money.
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