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Complete online guide to Latest Bollywood movie Reviews and Previews.

Do Dooni Chaar Review

09

October

Do Dooni Chaar
Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Singh return to big screen as a pair in director Habib Faisal’s film Do Dooni Chaar. Keeping up with Joneses isn’t easy for the Duggals. Mr. Duggal (Rishi Kapoor) is a maths teacher in a school and earns a salary that merely provides for hand to mouth existence for his middle-class family


Khichdi Movie review

01

October

Khichdi
Just as the television sitcom Khichdi tickled your funny bone every week, so does the silver-screen version chronicling the hilarious saga of the whacky bunch that is the Parekh family.


Robot – Endhiran Review

01

October

Robot
The high budget flick Endhiran, starring Bollywood beauty Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and South India Superstar Rajnikanth, is a action thriller.


Anjana Anjani review

01

October

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A film based on relationships with just two central protagonists is a challenging premise and more difficult to tackle. You don't have the liberty of add-on characters, side-tracks or even momentary breaks and fillers.


Dabangg Movie Review

10

September

Dabang
Robert Rodriguez – maker of the cult western Desperado, starring Antonio Banderas – would be proud of Dabangg. So would Manmohan Desai. Debutante director-writer Abhinav Kashyap has combined elements from the films of the two – a mix of spaghetti and khichdi if you may – and served up a meal that’s palatable and scrumptious at the same time.


We are Family Movie Review

03

September

We are family
An adaptation of 'StepMom', We Are Family is one of the most awaited films of 2010. The combination of Dharma with Kajol is one which has created magic on the big screen in the past but will it this time around also?


Emotional Atyachar Movie Review

03

September

Emotional Atyachar
Every character in debutant director Akshay Shere's funny, bitter and violent ode to the road movie wants money. Sometimes they also crave for sex.


Aashayein movie review

28

August

Aashayein
This is a film about coping with dying. But that’s not what makes it such a special experience. It’s the writer-director’s profound understanding of human nature that furnishes the simple story with a lucidity and coherence even when the protagonist’s mind is so numbed by physical pain he can barely think straight.


Hello Darling movie review

28

August

Hello Darling
We could call Hello Darling dumb, cheap, lame, vulgar and offensive, but we'll stick to one word - hideous. In a movie whose high point is a boss' name plate that reads Harddick, it's easy to expect that very little will go right, and you're not proved wrong.


Lafangey Parindey Movie Review

20

August

Lafangey Parindey
Is it possible to excel at mediocrity? To be average so often that you get really good at it? Yes, indeed it is. Yash Raj Films proves it with Lafangey Parindey, a film about a TV show. Yes, it is a cut rate Bunty Aur Babli with India's Got Talent as the end goal.



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