Kabir Grewal, a Casanovic film maker and screenwriter is making multiple films (GUNS Trilogy) based on a thief's life and robberies, all achieving high success. In order to shoot his third ... See full summary »
An elite counter-intelligence unit learns of a plot, masterminded by a maniacal madman. With the clock ticking, it's up to them to track the terrorists' international tentacles and prevent them from striking at the heart of India.
Kay Kay Menon
Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani is the story of the relationship between two characters, Bunny (Ranbir Kapoor) & Naina (Deepika Padukone), at two separate but defining times in their lives... first... See full summary »
Aditya Roy Kapoor
Kabir Grewal, a Casanovic film maker and screenwriter is making multiple films (GUNS Trilogy) based on a thief's life and robberies, all achieving high success. In order to shoot his third installment (GUNS 3), he goes to Malaysia, where he meets a London based film-maker Ayesha Aamir . Kabir and Ayesha get friendly and soon fall in love. When Ayesha gets to know about Kabir's casanova attitude, she breaks up with him and returns to London. Dejected Kabir goes into depression and returns back to Mumbai, leaving his film incomplete. After several failed trials Kabir couldn't find a perfect climax for his story. On his assistant Meera's suggestion Kabir goes to a film festival as part of the jury, where Ayesha's film is being screened. Ayesha, thought that Kabir is following her and asks him to stay away from her life. After his father's death and been sued by film financiers Kabir decides to move on and complete his film. In a parallel story, An infamous Roy is a mysterious ...
Initially, director Vikramjit Singh was supposed to direct a film titled Mera Jahaan, with Ranbir Kapoor and Sonam Kapoor in the lead roles, however the movie failed to materialize. He then attempted to make another film with the former alongside Deepika Padukone. This film couldn't work out too, due to the fall out between the actors, so Singh decided to make Roy instead. See more »
Why did I watched Roy... mostly because of my trust on Ranbeer Kappor... But then I asked myself what is he doing in such a movie. Then I asked what is anybody doing in this movie... and then I asked what am I doing in the theatare. But in spite of repeated temptations to leave the theatare, I survived till the end, mainly because I hoped something will happen. but that's the trouble. Nothing at all happens in the movie. From start to end, in most of the scenes there is only one character on screen, generally smoking or drinking. the dialogues and monologues(there are a lot of monologues) are not natural. A lot of scenes, if not all, are unnecessary. there are hardly 4-5 characters in the movie (including both real and imaginary characters), out of which 2 are played by Jacklin. First Jacklin is the sri lankan beauty we know ( that came as a relief) other Jacklin is wearing some kind of makeup which is making her look like a vampire. Songs are good... but their placement is so abrupt in the two and a half hour movie , and you are so bored with the movie that you can hardly enjoy them. Locations are good, but monotonous dark and gloomy picturization spoils them too. I can understand that the director did not wanted to make a Bollywood masala movie, but trust me, this movie is not above Masala, This is way below Masala. Conclusion: Don't watch this movie even if you are paid for it.
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