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Guddu Ki Gun is the tale of Govardhan aka Guddu (Kunal Kemmu), a Bihari settled in Kolkata. He is a door-to-door washing powder salesman, whose sales pitch is "Ek washing powder ke saath ... See full summary »
Neil Nitin Mukesh is the only silver lining in the movie
3G -A killer connection was a good attempt at horror with sci-fi idea but was brutually slained by loose script and poor direction.
A young man's life changes overnight when he buys a new cellphone and receives a call from an unknown number.
After watching the trailer of 3G , you will feel urge to watch the movie but you would be solemnly disappointed by weak direction. The main problem with 3G is the indulgence of unnecessary songs which spoils the mood of the film and over-the-top acting by Sonal Chauhan. The movie itself does not run in one sequence as if there are multiple stories running parrallalaly. Screenplay is full of loop-holes. Editing is pathetic. Dialogues are senseless. Music is way to low. It is the cinematography and art direction which makes the film beautiful. Sonal Chauhan is wooden. It is Neil Nitin Mukesh who is the only silver lining in the movie. The talented actor emotes very well and carries off different personality with ease.
Overall , bad direction and loose screenplay spoils the film which otherwise could have been a great watch. Below average 1.5 /5
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