Friday, 27 March 2009

Aloo Chaat

Hillarious movie, defintely worth watching !
Starring Aftab Shivdasani, Aamna Shariff, Linda Arsenio and Kulbhushan Kharbanda.

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Friday, 20 March 2009

Dhoondte Reh Jaaoge

This movie is a ok comedy movie with great performances Paresh Rawal and Johnny Lever. These two will surely add hours of fun and laughter to your life ! 

The story revolves around a penniless film producer, a crooked chartered accountant, a wannabe actress, a floundering star, and 100 crores. The movie is entertaining all throughout the first half. In the second half, it builds up a rapid pace making things confusing and also a bit irritating. The sequence where the actors enact the scenes from Sholay, DDLJ, and Lagaan are a big turn off. 

On the music front, Sajid-Wajid, frankly could have done better. Some of the songs are annoying, especially the ‘tapori song.

Director, Umesh Shukla has done a decent job and has plotted everything very carefully. Unfortunately the very spark in the film is missing which makes the movie a complete showdown. Anyways it was a good attempt by Shukla, but it could have been better

All in all the film is for the people who are wanderers and just want to spend their 3 hours in an AC theatre to ward off the heat! 

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Sunday, 1 March 2009

Kisse Pyar Karoon ??

I loved Arshad Warsi's performance in both the Munnabhai films. He executed 'Circuit' to perfection, and made me a big big fan of his !
And now here comes another movie from my favourite Warsi, and this time he's teamed up with Yash Tonk and Aashish Chowdhry, along with 3 beautiful girls, Udita Goswami, Aarti  Chabbria, and Shewta Menon.

I found the movie to be a stress buster, a good fun and frolic film

Delhi 6 - Should you watch this movie ?

If you are a music freak, and especially if you do enjoy compositions by Oscar winner A R Rahman, then yes, Delhi 6 (Also called Dilli 6) is definitely a must watch.
Among the star cast, Abhishek Bachchan has delivered a fine performance, and the new face Sonam brings a gust of fresh air . A dream sequence showcasing Hindu mythology and a sequence blending Delhi and Newyork is commendable. Also worth appreciating are some of the well executed cinematography by Binod Pradhan under the direction of Rakesh Omprakash Mehra.

The story line goes somewhat like this :
Roshan (Abhishek) , an American born desi,  brings his ill grandmother back to India to her old neighbourhood, Delhi . Delhi 6 refers to the post code of the area. While exploring the city, he falls in love with it, and so does he fall in love with his granny's neighbour's gorgeous daughter (Sonam). Then comes in terror in the form of tensions between the Hindu and Muslim communities ...

Bollywood hit by a serial Killer !

The movie Stoneman Murders is based on the serial killings that hit headlines in 1983. Directed by Manish Gupta, this movie avoids the blood and gore that is normally associated with such themes. THE STONEMAN MURDERS is engaging, more so towards the second half, although there're a few discrepancies in the screenplay. 

Definitely worth watching.