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This movie should get the award for "making people suffer in cinemas" category. Salman Khan is a superhero in the film rather than a bodyguard who can take off doors of cars in just a mere pull of his hand, he can still keep standing even after a large heavy crate falls on him, the crate gets injured but not Salman. The rest of the characters are just for show except Kareena whose only work is to phone him and talk about silly things to her friend. The best and the worst part of the movie was that in Ra. One, G. One can fly because he has superpowers, but in Bodyguard, Salman can fly and kill his enemies without any superpowers!!! Sallu surely wins this battle!
This film should be dedicated to Mr. Yash Chopra who was undoubtedly one of the most popular directors in the world. He has given many movies for us to remember forever. This movie even though it does not have the previous magic of some of his earlier films but it still reflects class and quality film making. Backed by powerful performances from SRK and Anushka Sharma, JTHJ stands out because of the trademark Yash Chopra styles used in the movie. Shah Rukh who undoubtedly is indebted to Yash ji for his magical career and him being the King of bollywood of his generation delivers a strong performance of a young musician and lover and also of a heartbroken army man with equal ease, his performance is glitch free and he proves why he is such a great actor. Anushka's performance brings life into the movie and she has a great future ahead. The down points of the movie undoubtedly is Katrina's poor performance and A.R. Rahman's unexciting music, except Challa and Jiya Re, no other song stays with you. But overall JTHJ, SRK, and Yash Ji rocks!!!!
Very gripping and sharp plot, superb acting by Prosenjit and Goutam, very good direction and cinematography of Kolkata's dark alleys. A tollywood movie which can outshine any bollywood movie. A edge-of-the seat murder mystery, a must watch and must buy kind of stuff.
'Secret of the Nagas' written by Amish is a top notch work of modern fictional literature. The author's previous book 'The Immortals Of Meluha' broke several records and made a benchmark in modern Indian fictional writing. Though this is piece of fiction, I gives me more interest to think that such people actually existed in India. What if Shiva, Sati and other characters truly existed in our great country? This book is particularly is interesting as it deals with the fact that to know evil truly, we must know what evil really is and Shiva experiences the same thoughts in his mind. Also it deals with darker and unholy land of the Nagas and their real identity. Also the secret that the land holds with Sati's past, present and future. Also the revealing of the true color of a major character plays an important part in the story. Buy it if you have liked the first part. Don't buy it if you have not read the first book, as you won't understand a thing of the book if you haven't read the first book. Don't buy it if are not interested in religious or fictional writing. Om Nama Shivai.
The Dark Knight Rises is the final movie of Christopher Nolan's Batman series. 7 years ago he had made a statement by presenting the caped crusader in a completely different way. Batman and Bruce Wayne were presented as they should have been. Batman was terrifying and fearsome with a no nonsense attitude while Bruce Wayne was calm and cool, handsome playboy billionaire. Nolan removed the childish methods used in previous Batman films. In this movie he has retained everything he has used in the past. The only negative points are some parts of the movie doesn't contribute to the movie and it makes the movie a bit longer leaving you exhausted as Bruce Wayne in the film. The new villain Bane is terrifying at parts but not so much as the joker in the previous movie. Nolan should not let the character die even though Bruce Wayne was actually alive. Hopefully this is not the last Batman movie we will see. Long Live THE DARK KNIGHT.
Srijit Mukherjee's third film is yet another dark movie with a comical touch, but he brings a new concept altogether of suicide schools, which we had not heard of before. The movie begins on a great note but it's pace drops considerably and we are left wondering if it is Srijit's movie or one of Anjan Dutt's boring intellectual movie. Parambrata's acting is great, Koel Mullick for the first time acts in a meaningful movie, Bratya Basu's acting is also good. Srijit makes a good attempt and fails this time, but his effort is laudable.
This is definetly Sandip Ray's best Feluda film and one of the best Feluda films ever made. The expectations of the movie were quite high and Ray overcame it quite easily with the help of some brilliant performances from it's leads Sabyasachi, Saheb and of course my very favorite Jatayu played brilliantly by the late Bibhu Bhattarcharya. We would surely miss this masterclass actor. Surely this movie gives us a completely different but mysterious experience of the jungle. A must watch for any fan of suspense thriller movies.
This is surely one of India's best action movies, Shah Rukh Khan stands out in a superb performance of a drug lord with a mission. All the other characters also did a commendable job. The places looked awesome and the final twist was surely the best part.
This movie is seriously the turning point of how people look into contemporary and artistic bengali cinema, barring all the crass commercial films made, this movie stands out due to sheer presence and acting of Prosenjit and the thoughful direction of Srijit.
Most fans would not agree, but Ek Tha Tiger is a bad movie with very less story. I walked out of the theatre during the interval and now i am ashamed that i have wasted my money on such a rubbish film.