#MovieWisdom #Tamasha

‘Be what you are’ and ‘Listen to your heart, go back to the person staying there’ are common messages from ImtiazAli’s films since last decade. ‘अरे भैया you keep on telling us की break the routine तो आप भी करो ना अपना routine break! कुछ नया, कुछ हटके like what you keep on preaching’!! Instead, he is asking us on poster tagline ‘Why always the same story?’ Exactly, that’s what we want to ask man!!

#MovieWisdom #PyarKaPanchnama-2

One more compilation of relationship jokes, as usual on women. Funny but one-sided. Hilarious, one time watch, provided you are not very senti about jokes on women.

Share about Masaan…

Every movie teach us something and adds to our wisdom. New angle to look at movies, read on…

Share about Bombay Velvet

Bombay Velvet Period crime drama remarkable for its visual appeal,superb background score, meaningful songs and fantastic lead performances. What missing is storyline 😦  I wish it would have been tighter, better edited, more paced with effective dialogues – it would have been blockbuster. Connection with characters is missing. You don’t feel for characters and I…

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Absolute thriller… Gripping storyline, superb pace, solid performances, good camera work and effective background score makes this film delightful watch. Last half hour is nail biting and will leave you completely engrossed. Best thing about this movie is, its straight on target, no distractions like love story, unnecessary songs, item numbers or faltu masala. Rocking…

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Lengthy masala mix from Rajkumar Hirani, Hindu-Muslim, India-Pakistan, Religious madness, terrorism-bomb blast, news industry’s obsession with TRP-sensationalism, alien-human mystery and top of it evergreen love – all mixed in ‘saatvik’ form. In fact, old wine in new bottle. Every aspect of the story has been told many times but in different ways. Writers have not…

Share about The Shaukeens…

The Shaukeens…   Who will enjoy togetherness more, couple with first marriage or second marriage?! Obviously former one as they have nothing to compare. Couple in second marriage has first marriage as a reference frame against which partners (more true for women than men) compare their current togetherness. We all know such comparison reduces our…

Share about Haider…

Haider Haider is cinematic excellence, visual delight and acoustic treat for one who considers film as an experience. But, it’s slow, lengthy and confusing for one who watches movies for entertainment, entertainment and entertainment. Unnecessary detailing kills pace of the movie, should have been made tighter, particularly post interval. Valley looks picturesque. Dialogues are weak. Battle within…

Share about ‘Khoobsurat’

Khoobsurat ‘No one is taking me seriously’ – that’s what Sonam Kapoor told media few days back. True, there were only nearly 50 people in theater and that too first day night show! Apart from weak adoption of theme, there is nothing much common between Hrishida’s khoobsurat and its remake. In fact, nothing to compare…

Share about Salmankhan’s movie KICK

KICK Salman khan is back with his stereotype recipe. Mindless actions mixed with stunts and fights, add some dialogues laden with attitude, pour funky dancing songs and finally icing with being human theme- Sallu delight is ready… Salman fans will relish as usual and rest will also be entertained. One more entertainer from box-office king….