Tum Bin 2 Directed by Anubhav Sinha, this film centers around the life of Taran (Neha Sharma), who loses her fiance Amar in a skiing accident. Her life changes when she meets Shekhar, who ... See full summary »
Kaira is a budding cinematographer in search of a perfect life. Her encounter with Jug, an unconventional thinker, helps her gain a new perspective on life. She discovers that happiness is all about finding comfort in life's imperfections.
This story explores love - the shapes it takes, the ways it changes us and the exhilarating and often terrifying ride it takes us on. It is the journey of two characters, Alizeh and Ayan, as they navigate life, love and heartbreak.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
A gripping action thriller about a college girl Akira, who has grown up with the ideals of being self reliant. Her life spirals out of control when she becomes unwittingly involved in a crime involving four corrupt police officers.
Konkona Sen Sharma
Sonakshi Sinha, Akira in "Naam Hai Akira" and John Abraham, Kabir Shergill in 'Dishoom', are here together in a continuous run from China to Hungary. All the scenes are accompanied by loud music, which is not bad at all. It is even better than the last American productions. The film obviously has something of the James Bond films and the Bourne series. Even manages to be at the same height. Except that the male protagonist has not the charm and the sex appeal of Bond and Bourne. Although male model in India - read on IMDb - John Abraham is just a bit rude Asian. Acting skills, not really. The same thing can be said about Sonakshi Sinha, who is not at all suitable for this role (in "Naam Hai Akira" she is OK). That's it. Otherwise, chases, cars, motorcycles, many punches, and even more shootings, which not achieve their target, well what do you want, Bollywood action movie... And there's more, the guy who sings harmonica, the villain... his harmonica sounds almost exactly like in "Once Upon a Time in the West" (1968) C'era Una Volta il West (original title), directed by the great Sergio Leone... Remember Charles Bronson (Harmonica)?
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