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The story revolves around Siraj who is unable to rent a house in Mumbai as not many are willing to accommodate a Muslim. So, he hides his true identity and finds a home, where he falls in ... See full summary »
Tariq Naved Siddiqui
Harpreet Kaur aka Happy # 1 (Diana Penty) is accompanying her hubby Guddu (Ali Fazal) to Shanghai in China where the latter is invited to sing at an event. In the same flight, Harpreet Kaur... See full summary »
Jai "Jackky Bhagnani", born and brought up with middle-class values, has a 'take it easy' approach to life. Since he doesn't believe in a herd mentality, he and his two best friends, Raunak... See full summary »
Dev (Rajniesh) is an Assistant Director working in television serials and aspires to direct a film. He approaches Raj Chopra( Krushna Abhishek), a superstar actor with his story. Raj Chopra... See full summary »
Ayan, a pharmaceutical salesman in Pakistan, takes on the multinational health care corporation he works for after he realizes they knowingly marketed a baby formula that's responsible for the death of hundreds of babies everyday.
"3 Storeys" is an intriguing film full of twists and turns. Over the course of 3 acts, dark secrets and past regrets are revealed, and it becomes clear that life in this small community is ... See full summary »
'Dil Juunglee' is certainly not faultless. Aside from the way that it has just the same old thing to offer, it often times lost its pace. Indeed it has its own particular scenes of cleverness, however that is not reliable either. It could be well cut short by 15 more minutes.
In any case, Saqib and Taapsee's colorful acting gifts life to the story. With her wide, honest glares, with the delicateness that she talks with and with the common warmth that she conveys, Taapsee's character in the first half will strike you at the right places. Saqib has deserted his swaggy self for this one. His characteristic and his articulation vouch for that. While the story itself could raise, these two performing artists are as honest to goodness as they could get.
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