Sunday, 22 September 2013

Singh Saab The Great

In Singh Saheb The Great movie Sunny Deol plays the role of a collector in the film, which will be a satirical comedy on corruption.

While Ameesha would be seen playing a Punjabi girl in the film, Amrita would be seen playing a journalist.

Thursday, 18 July 2013

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Sanjay Dutt Latest News

in Jail After Losing Court Appeal, Bollywood Star Gun Possession In May 2013, Sanjay Dutt surrendered to serve the full five years in jail for being linked to the deadly 1993 Mumbai bombings, with arms possession, after the Supreme Court reaffirmed his conviction. The Bollywood star lost his final appeal early on Tuesday against the decision by the Supreme Court to uphold his conviction.

Salman Khan charged with homicide

Bollywood star SALMAN KHAN is facing a homicide charge in relation to a hit-and-run case over 10 years ago.
The actor appeared in court in Mumbai, India on Wednesday (24Jul13) to plead not guilty to the charge. He faces 10 years in prison if convicted.
The case stems from September, 2002, when Khan allegedly hit five people with his car outside a bakery in Bandra, killing one man and injuring the other four.
He was originally charged with culpable homicide, but his lawyers successfully argued against the charge in court and it was reduced to causing death by negligence.
Since 2006, the case has been transferred from court to court, but last month (Jun13) a judge rejected Khan's appeal against the homicide charge being reinstated.
The 47 year old has been exempted from the trial, which is slated to begin on 19 August (13).

1)Vidya Balan will reportedly act in a documentary. Ajay Devgn is back from London and is all set to promote Satyagraha.

2)Salman Khan and Subhas Ghai have stood by their commitments to launch Sooraj Pancholi despite the later having an open case against him.Subhas Ghai told in an interview that Salman and he would stand by their commitments. They would go ahead with the earlier plan of remaking the 1983 released movie ‘Hero’ casting Sooraj Pancholi in the lead.“Suraj is not at fault and why should he be punished for it? He is a wonderful and potential actor. We had committed to him and we will stan.

3)Emraan Hashmi, the Bollywood actor who has been appropriately labeled as a serial kisser will be shooting for a bold scene with a popular heroine. This time it is one of the actresses he has never worked with before and one of the more successful actresses of Bollywood – Kareena Kapoor.The movie for which the two will be seen sharing screen space and indulging in love making scenes does not have a name yet but will be the directorial venture of debutante Akshay Roy. It is being said th.

4)These days Aamir Khan is playing friend and mentor to Bollywood beauty Katrina Kaif , not in the reel life but in real life. Now that’s interesting!It is a known fact that this international beauty received much help and support from ex boy friend Salman Khan to boost her Bollywood career. She had acknowledged this fact in her interviews. Then Shahrukh Khan befriended her and helped her during ‘Jab Tak Hai Jaan’. And now it is the third Khan of Bollywood who is going out of his way to

5)‘Kaun Banega Crorepati’ (KBC) has geared itself for yet another season of question-answer game show and this time the communication campaign for KBC is ‘Seekhna bandh toh jeetna bandh’ meaning if you stop learning, you stop winning.In its first promotional trailer, superstar Amitabh Bachchan , who will be the host of the show, told that if you stop learning new things in life, you will stop achieving victory. The promotional video shows a lady named Mrs. Dhingra decides

D-Day Hindi Movie Torrent

9 years ago Wali Khan (Irrfan Khan) was sent into Karachi, Pakistan by the Chief of R&AW Ashwini Rao (Nassar) to report the activities of the Most Wanted Man in India.
9 days ago Rudra Pratap Singh (Arjun Rampal) Indian Armed Forces, MARCOS unit, Zoya Rehman (Huma Qureshi) R&AW Explosives expert and Aslam (Akash Dhaiya) a petty thief from the streets of Mumbai, recruited by R&AW infiltrated Pakistan to join Wali Khan and carry out the mission to bring back The Most Wanted Man in India.The man who was going to break all ISI protocol and security and attend his own son's wedding. The man who could on that day be abducted and brought back to India to face justice...

Everything was going according to plan till that fateful day. The team sent to bring in The Most Wanted Man in India did the unthinkable. They carried out the most daring operation and almost got away with it. Almost because, something went horribly wrong.

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Sixteen Hindi Movie Torrent

Well, who can forget the days in school? The age when you're stepping into teens, when you are discovering life and relationships, when you're making new friends, when you are learning the difference between love, lust and infatuation, when you're discussing/exploring forbidden things with pals... Director Raj Purohit encapsulates all this and more in SIXTEEN.

The difference between a 16-year-old, almost 30 years ago, and a 16-year-old today is radical. In this era of internet and technological advancements, in this era of Facebook, Twitter and chat rooms, the teen is exposed to stuff that seemed beyond belief till a few years ago. Do kids of today lose purity and innocence faster these days?

SIXTEEN captures the life of teens as they go through their loves and heartaches, dreams and destructions in their school, home and the outside world. It narrates the story of friendship and the turbulent route of some kids during their growing up years. It's also about the adults around them who make, unmake and remake their world...

While the premise may seem basic or one-dimensional, director Raj Purohit ensures that he packs in quite a bit in those 2+ hours. Actually, Purohit makes a genuine attempt to narrate not one, but varied stories in the film and each of them, in some way, mirrors the lives of youngsters who stand on the threshold of adulthood. There are moments that startle you, not because the director presents it in the exaggerated form, but because the Gen X thinks and converses so differently in the present day.

Purohit brings back memories of the growing up years and extracts spontaneous performances from the principal cast. Additionally, he tries to scrutinize the mindset of the youngsters, borrowing from slice of life situations and juxtaposing episodes with sweet and sour occurrences. A few moments are sparkling indeed! Conversely, the film staggers and hits rough patches towards the penultimate moments, when the assorted stories -- on their individual path by now -- head towards culmination. Additionally, the languid pacing is another bothersome aspect.

SIXTEEN could've done with lesser songs. A couple of tracks are harmonious ['Chad Gayi' is foot-tapping], but a spate of songs in the post-interval portions specifically deviate your attention from the story. Dialogue are amusing and naughty and do win you over at times.

After UDAAN, BUBBLE GUM and GIPPI, SIXTEEN is yet another film with child protagonists, which is a welcome change indeed. And the good news is, the actors, all of them, show promise. Izabelle Leite, Mehak Manwani, Wamiqa Gabbi, Rohan Mehra, Highphill Mathews and Varun Jhamb are self-assured. Zakir Hussain is, as always, wonderful. Prabhleen is hugely competent. Keith Sequeira is natural.

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Wednesday, 17 July 2013

Ghanchakkar Hindi Movie Torrent

Sanjay (Emraan Hashmi) is a crackerjack safe cracker, who’s misplaced about 35 Crores of bank-heisted money. The problem is, Sanjay’s power of recollection is on a gradual downward spiral (he’s had an accident we’re told). Unfortunately for him, he’s on a deadline. He has about a week to recover his memory, find the money or he and the missus, Neetu – an unflatteringly dressed, and now perpetually lumpy, Vidya Balan – gets it.

As a precaution, the hoodlums (Pundit played by Rajesh Sharma and Namit Das’ Idris) who employed Sanjay for the break-in, decide on the best available alternative: they get comfy at Sanjay’s place until he finds the loot.

Now, on face value (especially if you’ve seen the trailers), Ghanchakkar may not sound that appealing. But, hold on. Give it a moment to sink in, and you’ll find a wry, sprightly, and a touch overconfident foray, with that fleetingly rare dash of originality we seldom expect from cinema.

Also forget the actors – and their star value – for a bit. The film really stars a sly and sometimes cockily placed wit (case in point, a creepily effective robbery scene with Ambitabh Bachchan, Dharmendra, and Utpal Dutt masks), and a self-effacing viewpoint of an affected marriage.

In conjectural retrospect, the marriage angle applies to both pairs. Sanjay and Neetu bicker from their pizazz-less “lack” of a mellowed relationship, while Pundit and Idris play their exact opposites – the more harmonious couple, who have their mind on the matter at hand.

Director Rajkumar Gupta’s phlegmatic approach to the camera work plays in favor of Mr. Hashmi’s Sanjay, a simple guy and the heavyweight central figure in the film.

Sanjay’s wants are more or less limited to a big-screen television, while Neetu’s inspirations live-up with star-fashions from Vogue, or Femina or whatever magazine her annual subscription list gets her. Within their space, our connection and Mr. Hashmi’s down-to-Earth portrayal makes it easy to accept the awkwardness of what he’s roughing through. As his memory lapses, we really do feel him slipping away, mostly to the plot's advantage.

Ms. Balan though, gets the short end of the stick. She’s fine, but a few hundred miles away from any original appeal.

Mr. Sharma and Mr. Das though are Ghanchakkar’s real sheen anyway, playing complimentary to Mr. Gupta’s writing and directorial skills. The film is a laudable improvement from the filmmaker’s more “serious” cinematic ponderings.

The circumscribed, stay-at-home option does push Ghanchakkar into a buttonhole, and it leaves the screenplay by Parvez Sheikh and Mr. Gupta – and the film’s ensemble acting – open to absorb the negativity of the film’s blunders. But the bungles never come to pass (the film has a lack of songs, so there’s little deviation from the story Mr. Gupta plans on telling).

There are a few short-comings though. Ghanchakkar’s “big reveal” is hardly a revelation. And as frightening as the hoodlums want themselves to appear, their sense of menace never surfaces the way it ought to. Also, their good-cop, bad-cop attitude, gets old fast, and we never get to know much about them.

However, these minor grumbles are just that – minor grumbles. We’ve endured worse fares in cinemas (and on the telly) believe you me.

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An epic canvas, a quiet love story, a cops-and-robbers drama and an impressively sophisticated storytelling style: Lootera has all this and much more.
Vikramaditya Motwane, who earned his spurs with the critically acclaimed Udaan in 2010, works here with a completely different cinematic easel.
What he has carved out of the raw material at his disposal can only bolster his reputation as a filmmaker who knows exactly how not to be run of the mill.

He fills the Lootera frame with fable, history, art, literature, poetry, occasional nods to classic Hindi cinema and music, and loads of passion, beauty and magic.
In short, Lootera is a Bollywood miracle – a rare Mumbai film that is mounted on a lavish scale and yet dares not to play by the established norms of the marketplace.
Motwane makes absolutely no concessions to commercial considerations, sticks to his guns all the way, and ends up with an exquisitely crafted, slow-burning, awe-inspiring film.
Even the title is informed with a cocky air of defiance. Lootera raises visions of another Rowdy Rathorekind of film, and then proceeds to completely pull down all preconceived notions that the name might trigger.
Falling leaves of an autumnal tree and a girl who is assailed by thoughts of dying – the two essential components of the O Henry short story (The Last Leaf) that provides the basis of the narrative – are the principal elements in Lootera.
But Motwane adds many more layers to the tale by weaving, among other things, a Baba Nagarjun poem about the end of a bout of famine in a village into his film. It enhances the already strong elegiac undertone.
Lootera celebrates the past, mourns the demise of love, life and things of joy and beauty, but in the end affirms the primacy of the human spirit and the power of art to tide over the blows of fate.
The film is a period drama that unfolds over two years, 1953 and 1954, a time of great upheaval for the Bengal aristocracy.
Zamindari is abolished and the world of the Zamindar of Manikpur (Barun Chanda) is on the verge of collapse.
It is pushed over the edge by a rakish intruder, Varun (Ranveer Singh), who rides into this wobbly setting, claiming to be an archaeologist who has been entrusted with the task of excavating the place in quest of an ancient civilisation.
He not only quickly earns the ageing aristocrat’s confidence but also sweeps the man’s beloved daughter, Pakhi (Sonakshi Sinha), off her feet.

Bhag Milkha Bhag Hindi Movie Torrent

ne can well imagine the huge wave of disappointment that would have assailed the nation when, at the 1960 Rome Olympics, the legendary Milkha Singh missed a medal in a photo-finish. 
Over half a century later, the overstuffed cinematic re-enactment of that 400 metres race and the historical and biographical events leading up to it is no less of a downer.
The much anticipated Bhaag Milkha Bhaag is anything but the film that Milkha Singh deserves. 
His was an unbelievable dregs-to-glory story. Milkha was a Partition refugee who lost his parents in the riots. 

He discovered his m├ętier after years of struggle. His sturdy spirit, forged in the fire of life, found expression on the athletics track in ways that remain unparalleled in India to this day. 
Shouldn’t bringing this inherently dramatic tale have been a cakewalk for Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra? He makes rough weather of it. He just about breasts the tape but doesn’t do so quickly enough to be deserving of a medal.
The overlong Bhaag Milkha Bhaag seeks to achieve a dramatic heightening of the effect of a champion athlete’s rousing struggle to break free from the traumas of the past and turn adversity to opportunity. 
In the bargain, it reduces the human saga to a loud, melodramatic and over-wrought tale that overstays its welcome.