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Udta Punjab (2016)
A powerful movie
Udta Punjab directed by Abhishek Chaubey is a brilliant movie with power-packed performances,water-tight screenplay,excellent music and good direction.
Based on the drug crisis in Punjab,Abhishek Chaubey does an excellent work in showcasing it.Kudos!
4 people from different walks of life, fighting the menace of drugs in their own way. The film journeys into the artificial highs and the real lows that they face while treading the paths fraught with mortal dangers.
The direction is very good.
The music is pretty good.
The screenplay is water-tight,there are certain portion where it dips,yet it does gain momentum as soon as possible.
The dialogues are excellent.
It's Alia Bhatt,who appears to be the scene stealer in this performance ridden movie.She is just excellent as the farmer hailing fro Bihar and her Bihari accent is on point.
Next comes,Diljit Dosanjh,who marks an excellent debut as the police official and is an actor to look forward for in the upcoming years.
Shahid Kapoor is fantastic.He is just incredible as the pop star
Kareena Kapoor does a fine job.
The rest of the cast provide able support.
All in all,Udta Punjab is an excellent work of fiction.
Salman Khan at his finest....
Sultan directed by Ali Abbas Zafar is just a fine movie with excellent performance given by Salman Khan,no doubts but lacks in a water- tight screenplay as well as lacks in the editing department. The movie could've certainly been trimmed off to make it a shorter and more crisp.
Ali Abbas Zafar,who previously has directed 'Mere Brother Ki Dulhan' and 'Gunday' does a fine job,only wish a more water-tight screenplay and a good story-line would've done wonders
The film centers around Sultan Ali Khan (Salman Khan), a wrestler who has problems in his professional and personal life.
The music is good.
The cinematography is very nice.
The dialogues are good
The action is superb.The wrestling sequences as well as MMA sequences are performed very well.
As mentioned above,Salman Khan is at his finest form in SULTAN though not his best,yet his displays the character with such conviction and ease,you ought to love him as Sultan Ali Khan.
Anushka Sharma is good.Randeep Hooda is efficient.Amit Sadh and the rest of the cast provide able support.
All in all,SULTAN is a fine movie with Salman Khan at his finest.
SRK is back with a bang.
FAN directed by Maneesh Sharma is an entertaining flick which showcases a superb performance by Shah Rukh Khan.
After films like Happy New Year,Dilwale,Shah Rukh Khan is finally back with a bang with FAN.
Gaurav, a huge fan of movie star Aryan Khanna, heads to Mumbai in order to wish his God a happy birthday. When things don't go according to plan, Gaurav's obsession with Aryan crosses the line.
The direction is excellent.
The screenplay is very good.The chasing sequence though due to its excessive length lacks reality.
The cinematography is good too.
Shah Rukh Khan delivers one of career best performances with FAN.As Gaurav,he pays the passionate fan perfectly and as Aryan,the superstar,he essays it with finesse. Waluscha De Sousa is good.Shriya Pilgaonkar is apt. Yogendra Tiku and Deepika Amin lend good support.
Overall,FAN is an excellent movie which must not be missed out even if you aren't an SRK flick.
Captain America: Civil War (2016)
Amazing superhero flick
Captain America:Civil War is an excellent superhero flick,with a nice story and awesome action sequences with a powerful editing.
With many people fearing the actions of super heroes, the government decides to push for the Anti-Hero Registration Act, a law that limits a heroes actions. This results in a division in The Avengers. Iron Man stands with this Act, claiming that their actions must be kept in check otherwise cities will continue to be destroyed, but Captain America feels that saving the world is daring enough and that they cannot rely on the government to protect the world. This escalates into an all- out war between Team Iron Man and Team Captain America while a new villain emerges.
The movie has several entertaining moments and not a single dull moment,which keeps you intrigued throughout the entire movie.
The direction is excellent.
The screenplay is water-tight.
The editing is powerful.
The action sequences was just awesome.
Though the movie relies heavily on the shoulders of Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr.,but th the scene-stealer here is Tom Holland,whose portrayal as Peter Parker gives a new yet entertaining image to Spiderman.He is truly wonderful.Chris Evans is excellent,while Robert Downey Jr. is efficient. Scarlett Johansson,Sebastian Stan,Don Cheadle,Jeremy Renner,Anthony Mackie,Chadwick Boseman,Elizabeth Olsen(who looks absolutely stunning) and Paul Rudd lend excellent support to the cast.
Overall Captain America:Civil War is an excellent treat for all superhero flick fans.A Sure-Shot Blockbuster.
Bajrangi Bhaijaan (2015)
Bajrangi Bhaijaan directed by Kabir Khan is an excellent movie.
The movie has a great story,water-tight screenplay and amazing performances specially the kid,Harshaali.
The movie even broadens our mind-set of Indian-Pakistan relationship.And also portrays the relationship between a child and a man in a simplistic yet convincing way.
A young mute girl from Pakistan gets lost in India with no way to head back. A devoted man with a magnanimous spirit undertakes the task to get her back to her motherland and unite her with her family.
The movie my seem a little long,but nonetheless entertains and leaves you moist-eyed too at several sequences.
The direction is splendid.
The music is great.
Salman Khan is excellent.excellent. Nawazuddin is amazing.Kareena Kapoor Kan is fine.Om Puri in a cameo is decent.
It is Harshaali that steals your heart with her astounding performance and charm.
Overall,Bajrangi Bhaijaan is a must-watch even if you aren't a Salman Khan fan
Love School Life (2015)
Excellent work of fiction
Love School Life directed by Anirudh Baboo is an excellent work of fiction.
Being a first-timer director,Anirudh Baboo has executed such a noble idea in such a beautiful way and also the message conveyed is truly powerful.
Two average students struggle to make their life better and what are the problems they face in life to make it better.
In a run-time of 1 hour and 2 minutes,there isn't a single moment where you'll be bored.
Written by Aaron Fernandas,Krishna Badoni and Anirudh Baboo,Love School Life proves to be a totally different and innovative idea,which deserves applauds.
Stunts by Ahmed Ali are good too.
The photography stands out.
Vishnu Ranjith plays the role of Ranveer flawlessly.Be it a comedy sequence or an emotional sequence,he does it with great ease. Leah Liz Jacob playing the role of Reena is quiet good. Shivangi Rathour playing the role of Aaliya is nice.Pranav Parab,though having minimal scope does well.
All in all,Love School Life is an excellent movie with an important and powerful message conveyed.
Demonic is a brilliant horror movie.By far one of the best horror movies to come out.
The story does have twists and is successful in keeping you spooked throughout the proceedings.
Plus,there aren't any unwarranted scenes and characters,which is prominent in many other horror movies,which is why the movie is fast paced and reaches out to the point quiet quick.
And the climax is just awesome,which many horror movies fall short on,Demonic makes sure to give you goosebumps even at the culmination.
Story: A police officer and a psychologist investigate the deaths of five people who were killed while trying to summon ghosts.
The direction is awesome.
The performances are excellent.
All in all,Demonic is one of the best horror movies to come out.I am giving it a eight on ten.
Furious Seven (2015)
Great Action Sequences and A heart touching end but still is missing the charm
Fast and Furious 7 directed by James Wan is amazing but still misses the magic that was in the previous installments of the successful franchise.
FF7 has some amazing,breath-taking stunts and the tribute at the climax is sure to bring tears and is beautifully made.
Even Jason Statham whose entry into the movie was expected to make FF7 a kick-ass movie has very little screen space,which is disappointing.
Dwayne Johnson too,has just a scene or two to showcase his action talent,which is a shame as in FF6 he had had great part.
Story: Deckard Shaw seeks revenge against Dominic Toretto and his family for his comatose brother.
The direction is pretty good.For a director like James Wan who is quiet phenomenal with horror movies to make an action movie like FF7 is a great work.
The action sequences are excellent.
Performances: Vin Disel is good.Ditto for Paul Walker.Dwayne Johnson is average.Jason Statham is menacing,wish he had got more screen space.Michelle Rodriguez is nice.Tyrese Gibson and Ludicrous are great fun whenever they appear on the screen.Nathalie Emmanuel looks gorgeous but acts just mediocre.Jordana Brewster is just okay.Ditto for Kurt Russell.Ali Fazal is damn good.
All in all,Fast and Furious 7 has amazing stunts but still lacks the charm.I am going to give it a six on ten.
This was better than Happy New Year
Humshakals directed by Sajid Khan may be awful but still is better than Happy New Year.
The movie does have funny scenes,though most of it seems forced.
Story: A comedy centered around three people who each have a lookalike of a lookalike, all with the same name.
Sajid Khan has the ability to become a fine comedy director but wastes the opportunity.
The dialogs are lame.
The music is good.
Performances:Saif Ali Khan overacts.Ritesh Deshmukh is doing the same what he does in every comedy movie.Bipasha Basu looks disinterested.Esha Gupta looks gorgeous but has just one or two scenes to show horrible she acts.Tamannah overacts like all other movies.Chunky Pandey is fine.
Ram Kapoor and Satish Shah are superb.Ram Kapoor plays his role with utter finesse.Satish Shah is funny.
All in all,Humshakals is a bad movie which could've been better.I am giving it a two on ten
Happy New Year (2014)
Happy New Year directed by Farah Khan is utter rubbish in the name of entertainment.
Honestly,Humshakals was better than this.
HNY doesn't offer anything new in terms of story,comedy or even direction.
Farah Khan has taken the audience for granted.
Story: Six losers take part in a dance competition.
The plot is weak,the dialogs are lame,the performances are over the top and the direction is horrendous.
The music is fine.
Performances:Shahrukh Khan,Deepika Padukone,Sonu Sood,Boman Irani,the youngster and Jackie Shroff are bad.
Abhishek Bachchan who also overacts does well in some portions though and was the saving grace.
All in all,HNY is waste of time and effort.One out of ten is what it deserves only for the music and Abhishek Bachchan.
Avoid HNY even if it comes on TV