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'Yamla Pagla Deewana': Laugh Out Loud

Yamla Pagla DeewanaDirected by Samir Karnik, Yamla Pagla Deewana is a frothy and fun-filled movie that will have the audience in splits. It is a film that is all about the Deol trio of Dharmendra, Sunny and Bobby who conjure up a great on-screen camaraderie to dish out a laugh riot.

'No One Killed Jessica': Must Watch Movie Of The Month!

No One Killed JessicaDirector Rajkumar Gupta has quite satisfactorily dramatized the much talked Jessica Lall murder case. The director has wonderfully represented the aftermath of the murder with help of main characters of Sabrina Lall (played by Vidya Balan) and a journalist (played by Rani Mukerji).

2010 Year Of Monstrous Disappointments

Katrina Kaif In RajneetiR you kidding? The letter ‘R’ kept recurring  in 2010. The biggest letdown of the year Raavan and one of the biggest  hits of  the year Raajneeti shared the  ‘R’ factor. No doubt Ranbir  Kapoor was the star  of the year while Rahman, the maestro from Chennai lost some of his sheen with  unpardonable delays and mediocre scores like Raavan and Jhootha Hi Sahi.

Five Rocking Men Of Indian Television In 2010

Sushant Singh RajputIndian television is usually considered to be ruled by the women group as most of the shows are women centric and have any female actress as the central character. In fact, most of the serials are named by the name of the female leads. However, we cannot completely ignore the male actors as they have also played important roles in many shows and have a great impact on the viewers. Here, we are giving you the names of five Indian television actors, who have rocked the small screen in 2010.

‘No Problem’: Awful With Confused Madcaps!

No ProblemAnees Bazmee roped in some big stars like Anil Kapoor, Sanjay Dutt, Suniel Shetty, Paresh Rawal, Akshaye Khanna and Kangna Ranaut and then he forgot to give them proper characterization and script. As a result, we all see ‘No Problem’ releasing today on the theaters.

'Khelein Hum Jee Jaan Sey': A Must Watch For The Youth

Movie Review Khelein Hum Jee Jaan SeyAshutosh Gowariker has come up with an yet another long periodic film but with a difference. The film is about the forgotten heroes of Chittagong Uprising in 1930. We have seen many films based on the freedom fighters like Bhagat Singh, Netaji Subhas Bose and Mahatma Gandhi but the battle of a school teacher, Surya Sen, was never brought on the big screen.

Break Ke Baad: Love Or Ambition, Which Will Win?

Break Ke BaadWith a promise of entertaining the youth, debutant director Danish Aslam tries to offer you an old story with some new twists and turns incorporated in it. However, you will enjoy the chemistry between the two young leads Imran Khan as Abhay and Deepika Padukone as Aaliya. They are childhood sweethearts, who share their first kiss when they watch Kuch Kuch Hota Hai for the third time. So, it’s genuinely a love story but with some added fun elements.

Guzaarish: Undeniable Wonder By Sanjay Leela Bhansali

GuzaarishGuzaarish is yet another magical representation of stories by filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali. The trailers of the movie have dismayed many Hrithik Roshan fans when they saw him sitting on a wheel chair as no one wants to see their superstar like that. But Bhansali has kept the mystery a secret till you catch a show of the flick which has released today at a theater near you.Here, you will see the magician Ethan Mascarenhas (Hrithik Roshan) whipping his magical wand while utilizing his amazing dancing steps.

Dunno Y…Na Jaane Kyun

Dunno Y…Na Jaane KyunAs far as scrutinizing a gay relationship is concerned, this ain’t  a patch on  Ang Lee’s 'Brokeback Mountain'. But still….It tries. Dunno why, but this fatally flawed look at the dark secrets of an Anglo-Indian family where the single mother sleeps with her cheesy boss for lack of choice and the elder married son with a child, makes out with a man for the want of a voice, leaves us with some positive thoughts.

Golmaal 3: Hilarious, Crazy, Once Again A Hit Formula!

Golmaal 3Rohit Shetty brings back the highly successful franchisee of the Golmaal series to the big screen once more. Golmaal 3 brings back all the popular characters from the previous movie and there are some additions to the ensemble crew as well. As a Diwali release Golmaal 3 promises to be  a major crowd puller. The Golmaal 3 star cast has done a wonderful job and this time Tusshar Kapoor has outperformed himself with  the fantastic acting prowess.

Aakrosh (2010)

movie Review AakroshAakrosh is the movie with the social action and high drama. The film, based on social or rather Honor killings, is quite a mind boggling experience. The film, a Priyadarshan serving, is devoid of any of the rom- com that he normally comes out with, as the name suggests, it is a film based on the cruel amalgamation of politics in the realms of society, so it is largely an issue based one. It is based in the Jhanjhar district of Bihar.

Robot: Rajni is the Boss

RobotSuper Star Rajnikanth has done it again, that’s multiplied his craze manifold amongst his existing fans and created a whole new lot of fans with his latest man v/s machine super entertainer Robot. Touted as a Rs. 160 crore budgeted bonanza making it the costliest ever made Indian film, the sci-fi thriller Robot is a full on paisa vasool entertainer.

Anjaana Anjaani : Lacks soul

Anjaana AnjaaniAnjaana Anjaani is a perfect example of gloss overshadowing the content. While it attempts to be innovative, it lacks soul and ability to keep you engrossed for its 2 and half hour running time.

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