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Jazbaa Movie Review

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Aishwarya Rai Bachchan plays a top laywer Anuradha Verma, who wins every case in the courtroom putting her morals aside. Things turn around for her when she has to defend a rapist murderer to get her kidnapped daugher back. She by now becomes a helpless mother who has to defend a criminal whose case almost looks impossible to win. She takes help to gather facts from the officer in charge and her friend Yuhaan (Irrfan Khan).

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HERO movie review

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HERO as we know is the remake of 1983’s HERO starring Jackie Shroff. The film is modern in terms of its look and treatment of characters but still unlike the original one, this one lacks that small punch required in terms of dialouges, script or acting. A well packaged film cannot hide the flaws of the script.

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Movie Review: Bajrangi Bhaijaan

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Bajrangi Bhaijaan makes a must watch for two reasons: Superstar Salman Khan is at his modest best and the cute little girl Harshali Malhotra’s innocence is to die for!

The movie is about the journey of a Hanuman Bhakt Pawan Kumar Chaturvedi (Salman Khan) trying to help the lost mute Muslim girl whom he calls Munni (Harshali Malhotra) reach back her home in Pakistan. He starts his struggling journey to Pakistan where he meets Pakistani journalist Chand Nawab (Nawazuddin Siddiqui) who helps him in his mission.

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ABCD2 Movie Review

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ABCD 2 is based on a true story of Fictitious Dance Group where Varun Dhawan portrays the lead dancer. The story starts with the dance troupe of Suresh (Varun Dhawan) and Vinnie (Shraddha Kapoor) being rejected in a dance competition for copying the steps of a Philippine dance group. They are burdened with the tag of ‘cheaters’ everywhere they go. Suresh suggests the troupe to participate in global dance competition to be held in Las Vegas to prove their mettle.

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‘Dil Dhadakne Do’ movie review

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‘Dil Dhadakne Do’ is a story about a dysfunctional family (The Mehras) on a cruise. Kamal Mehra (Anil Kapoor) faces bankruptcy yet takes his entire family on a cruise trip for his 30th wedding anniversary. He has a sort of broken marriage with his wife Neelam (Shefali Shah) but this fact is kept under the wraps.

Their daughter Ayesha (Priyanka Chopra) is a successful businesswoman whose marriage is on the rocks with her irritating husband Manav (Rahul Bose). She meets her ex-flame Sunny (Farhan Akhtar) on the cruise and falls in love with him.  Their son Kabir (Ranveer Singh) falls in love with Farah Ali (Anushka Sharma) while his parents want him to marry Noorie for business benefits. To see if the Mehras sink or swim in handling the complexities, you have to watch the film!

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Zoya has a great taste for locations and style in her every film and this one is no exception. She also has a great understanding of human emotions and portrays all the multi-layered characters, their thoughts, their confusions very well. The film also shows how superficial some relations are and how we try to maintain double-standards at times just for the sake of society. The film is all about high-society people so not everyone might relate to it at some point.

Performances:

Anil Kapoor denies to age!! He looks terrific as a suave businessman. Shefali Shah as Anil’s typical Punjabi wife plays per part honestly.

Priyanka Chopra is stunning. Right from her acting to looks to dialogues, she simply nails it.

Ranveer Singh is a complete revelation. He is very natural and a complete delight to watch in his dry comic scenes. Not to forget, his urban look is impressive.

Anushka Sharma has a small role but plays it well. She looks beautiful too.

Farhan Akhtar has a small witty role and his spontaneity is bang on. Rahul Bose fits well into his character and pulls it off with finace.

The dog Pluto is very very cute and endearing!

Final Verdict – Zoya Akhtar’s opulent high-society drama impresses.
Ratings – 3.5/5

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