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HARAAMKHOR REVIEW

HARAAMKHOR STORY: In an unspecified Indian village, an unlikely love triangle ensues between a married school teacher Shyam (Nawazuddin Siddiqui), his 14-year old student Sandhya (Shweta Tripathi) and her tuition mate Kamal (Irfan Khan). What transpires in this twisted taboo relationship forms the story.​ HARAAMKHOR REVIEW: The film unfolds through ...

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OK JAANU REVIEW

OK JAANU STORY: Millennials Adi and Tara are in love and must deal with the most millennial of problems: commitment phobia and the pressure to appear emotionally detached. OK JAANU REVIEW: Throughout the movie, Adi (Aditya Roy Kapur) and Tara (Shraddha Kapoor) seem to be running after trains or buses ...

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Ashley Movie Review

STORY: A star singer, Ronit is blackmailed by a jilted lover from his past Ashley, who blackmails and ties him to a murder. REVIEW: Filmed in sleazy locations between Goa and Mumbai, Ashley is more of an extended soap opera than a Hindi film, complete with dizzying camera movements, extreme ...

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Majaz: Ae Gham-e-Dil Kya Karun Movie Review

Majaz: Ae Gham-e-Dil Kya Karun Movie Review STORY: The film is the real life story of famous Urdu Poet, Majaz — his rise to fame, his star-crossed love life and his downfall that led to an early, lonely death. REVIEW: Biopics on poets in India are few and far between, ...

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Adhe Kangal Movie Review

Movie Reviews SYNOPSIS: A blind chef gets his eyesight back, but the girl he had fallen in love with is missing. What has happened to her? REVIEW: Adhe Kangal takes some time to pick up, and for a while, it is content at being a triangular romance. The pacing and ...

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Kaabil Movie Review

KAABIL REVIEW  Revenge is a dish best served blind is the message Kaabil serves up. Drawing inspiration from Hollywood’s Blind Fury (1989) with Rutger Hauer in the lead and even borrowing shades of the Korean super hit, Broken (2014), Sanjay Gupta gives you a Bollywood adaptation that is entertaining and ...

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Raees Movie Review

RAEES REVIEW : Gear up for a throwback to the great Salim-Javed blockbusters of the Seventies, where the hero grows up mid-action, every second line is meant to show off the character’s swagger, a Helen song (Sunny Leone here) breaks the tension and action sequences compel you to whistle. Carrying ...

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