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Maatr : A revenge saga that failed to connect

MAATR Director – Ashtar Sayed Cast – Raveena Tandon Genre – Thrill  A revenge saga is always a good watch if presented that way, however, when the movie has flaws on multiple levels, it becomes unbearable to watch and painful to connect. When Raveena Tandon declared she is set …

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BEGUM JAAN : Powerful story, power packed performances!

BEGUM JAAN DIRECTOR :Srijit Mukherji CAST: Vidya Balan, Ila Arun, Gauahar Khan, Pallavi Sharda, Chunky Pandey, Ashish Vidyarthi, Rajit Kapoor, Naseeruddin Shah GENRE: Drama Reviewed By – Paridhi Tripathi  With the trailer launch of Begum Jaan, the viewers were indeed awestruck to be witnessing the epic partition drama on …

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Promise Dad Review

Shot in the picturesque London, Promise Dad works on many levels. First, for the message that it packs, second, the beautiful father-son relationship it explores, third, it’s wonderful casting and finally, fourth and most important aspect, is the way Writer-Director Ritesh Sinha has executed his vision. The script is replete …

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Poorna : A learning experience

POORNA Directed By – Rahul Bose Cast – Aditi Inamdar, S. Mariya, Rahul Bose, Dhritiman Chatterjee, Heeba Shah, Gyanendra Tripathi, Arif Zakaria Genre – Drama Reviewed By – Paridhi Tripathi  It is not every day that you are in a theatre hall watching a film and while the film …

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Anarkali of Aarah – True to its genre.

ANARKALI OF AARAH Cast – Swara Bhaskar Reviewed By – Prakash Khetpal Avinash Das nails it rightly with the cast so perfect. Swara Bhaskar succeeds to win the hearts yet again with her performance. She succeeds to bring in the modesty in the not so modest character making Anarkali of …

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Trapped: Brutally raw; conceptually honest!

TRAPPED Director – Vikramaditya Motwane Cast – Rajkumar Rao Genre – Psychological thriller Trapped is a film about a young man who ends up fighting his own demons and mind you, wins over them! The movie is bound to make you speechless and stunned while you leave the theatre hall. …

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