Dear Zindagi Movie Review, Rating, Public Talk & First Day Collections: Zindagi is Gauri Shinde’s new trip after the elevating show “English Vinglish” and is produced by Karan Johar and Gauri Shinde. The movie storyline depends on two words ‘Love Yourself’. There could be no better option than Alia Bhatt for this part.
Cast & Crew
Movie: Dear Zindagi
Director: Gauri Shinde
Cast: Alia Bhatt, Shah Rukh Khan
Duration: 2h 30m
Dear Zindagi Movie Story
Alia Bhatt who plays the role of Kaira is a talented lady who works as a cinematographer.In this way, she sees life rather vividly through the perspective furthermore, in actuality. This colourful life for Kaira is backed by her family who bolster her for the duration of her life. Her life takes a downturn when she manages a separation and goes into a mental despairing with sadness. To treat her despondency, Shahrukh Khan who plays the role of Dr. Jehangir Khan alias Jug is selected and as Jug is a psychology specialist, her treats Kaira’s despondency with life lessons instead of solutions and afflictions. What takes after is the manner by which a lost Kaira exhausted to death with life finds new importance in life, figures out how every defect is excellent and feels life as an affection letter to herself.Inevitably Jug leaves, leaving Kaira as a profound character. The film likewise stars Aditya Roy Kapoor, Angad Bedi, Tahir Raj Bhasin and Kunal Kapoor as 4 love interests of Kaira.
* SRK and Alia Bhatt chemistry is charming and genuine
* Emotionally uplifting that will bring smiles on faces
* SRK’s life lessons
* Too many life references that it’d be difficult for everyone to connect with every emotion.
Final Review: Feel good movie. On the off chance that you are searching for an endearing, delicate film about disturbed 20-year-olds, then make a date with Dear Zindagi. You won’t live to think twice about it.
Satyameva Jayate Review
Cast: Manoj Bajpayee, John Abraham, Aisha Sharma, Amruta Khanvilkar
Director: Milap Milan Zaveri
Rating: Two stars on five stars
In a world where Bollywood keeps changing and growing, there comes a film which has not a hero, but a vigilante playing the lead role. Starring John Abraham as the angry young man, the central plot of this film revolves around the lead’s anger and revenge seeking tendancies against the corrupt cops in the system.
The makers of Satyameva Jayete seem to love this plot and have stuck to the theme for the entire duration of the film. Gruesome scenes, rampant murder, kerosene cans, wood and constantly burning fire make for majority of the props in this particular movie. Burning human flesh is shown over and again and just when you think there is not enough flesh being burnt, dead bodies appear out of the blue.
Remember the 70s and 80s? When our esteemed directors tried moving from the love sick angle and by bringing to life the extreme corruption and violence with over whelming enthusiasm? Satyameva Jayate brings it all back, with all its over the top dialogues and relentless background music, piling one improbable, cliché ridden sequence upon another.
John Abraham’s character seems to have a strong background story, devastated as a child to see his cop father humiliated and dissed at the hands of a corrupt system. Enter the picture a brother (Bajpayee) who tries keeps John’s character on the straightened arrow. There is so much gore and blood throughout the movie, even the most hardened viewers flinch at the scene.
This film wants to mock everything and create a sense of irony that is borderline morbid. While gore and vigilantes work most of the time, it just seems to work against Satyameva Jayete. John Abraham as an actor has done roles like this before, but in far better light. If worked out well, the film could have been an instant success. However, the morbid humour and the constant racial slurs leaves one feeling like their skin was burnt and not the other way around.
Gold Film Review And First Day Box Office Expectations
Director: Reema Kagati
Cast: Akshay Kumar, Mouni Roy, Amit Sadh, Kunal Kapoor, Vineet Singh
For some obscure reason, the day India became free seems to be one of the most sought after days by filmmakers. Singing to this tune, Reema Kagti’s just released Gold glitters with patriotism and love for one’s country. The first 20 minutes of this historical film show the tri colour flag being proudly displayed at the 1948 Olympics in India, with the hockey team being portrayed as the main focal point.
Right from the very beginning of the film, one can tell Akshay Kumar (playing the character of Tapan Das) is the unsaid hero of this particular hockey team. Seemingly based on the Indian hockey team’s stupendous win at the Olympics, Gold as a film is disappointing.
One of the major things going against this Akshay Kumar starrer is perhaps the amount of focus placed on the main lead. Even with the tri colour fluttering with pride in the background, the characters are sketchy and weak. As a manager, Tapan Das is always high on whiskey and self regret. Even Tapan’s banters with his wife (Monobina) seem tired, scripted and pretentious. Perhaps one of the highlights of this film is a song which chronicles all the major life changing events of India as a country.
While not a lot about Gold, there seems to be a singly ray of light in the form of a positive relationship shown between India and Pakistan. It is the manipulation and the predictability in the film which seems to fall flat on more than one occasion through the movie. Overall, Gold as a story is a well plotted drama that sometimes devolves into schmaltz and melodrama. However, it gives us solid two and half hours of tri colour hued entertainment, with more patriotism stuffed down your throat than one could stomach comfortably. Watch if you really want to, but not for the sake of entertainment.
Helicopter Eela Trailer Is Out. Watch It Here!
Kajol, who was away from the silver screen for a long while, is back with a bang! The actress is all set to play the role of a mother breaking societal rules in her next film titled Helicopter Eela! Also starring Riddhi Sen, the makers of this film just dropped the trailer and from the looks of things, this movie focuses on the unique relationship between a mother and son.
#HelicopterEela trailer is here! Film will be everywhere on 7th Sept.https://t.co/ekg6Zd0xVa@ajaydevgn @HelicopterEela @pradeepsrkar #SirshaRay @riddhisen896 @NehaDhupia @ADFFilms @jayantilalgada @saregamaglobal
— Kajol (@KajolAtUN) August 5, 2018
The trailer shows how Kajol plays the role of a mother who misunderstands her son played by Riddhi Sen and joins his college to spend more time with him. Helicopter Eela explore’s the protagonist’s journey from being just a mother to being a college going mother. From students who take time in accepting her as a student to parents not understanding the concept of a grown lady studying, the film addresses every emotional aspect of the journey with a tinge of humour.
— Kajol (@KajolAtUN) August 3, 2018
The background score matches the story perfectly, foreshadowing the coming scenes beautifully, with all the emotions displayed just the right way. Despite several movies being made on a mother and her child, what makes this film so unique is the immediate connect the story has with the audience. Directed by Pradeep Sarkar (known for making films like Parineeta) the film also stars Tota Roy Chowdhury and Neha Dhupia in key roles. Helicopter Eela is arriving in theaters on 7 September, 2018. Can an over protective mother really fix the relationship with her son? Watch Helicopter Eela to find out!
Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster 3 Review: Packs A Punch And Not So Much
Cast: Sanjay Dutt, Jimmy Sheirgill, Mahie Gill, Chitrangada Singh, Soha Ali Khan, Kabir Bedi, Deepak Tijori, Pamela Bhutoria
Director: Tigmanshu Dhulia
Rating: 3 on 5
Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster 3, the third installment of the Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster series hit the screens today and from the first impression, the film is extremely different from the previous two films. An imprisoned saheb, an extremely politically powerful biwi and a London based gangster obsessed with killing using Russian roulette, form the central characters of this particular film.
The Haveli is fired up and the struggle for power is all ablaze in #SahebBiwiAurGangster3. In Cinemas Tomorrow!@duttsanjay @jimmysheirgill @IChitrangda @MahieGillOnline @sakpataudi @saregamaglobal
Produced by @rahulmittra13 Directed by @dirtigmanshu Presented by @rajuchadhawave pic.twitter.com/WvOX0ajAUn
— Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster 3 (@SBG3Film) July 26, 2018
The third installment picks off from where Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster Returns ends. Aditya (the saheb) is in prison on murder charges while Madhavi (Aditya’s first wife) works with his second wife (Soha Ali Khan) to keep him inside! The gangster in the form of Sanjay Dutt clinches the entire plot in a very regal manner! The central point of the film focuses on the stories of Aditya and Madhavi.
The rest of the cast, with the exception of Sanjay Dutt, act as fillers, leaving a sour after taste. However, what makes the film works for the most part is the taut writing. In a film with so many characters, the film usually fails but Tigmanshu Dhulia has really done quite a splendid job with the story!
It is quite obvious that Dhulia fell prey to the usual pitfalls by using an unforgettable item number as well as a seemingly avoidable love song. Thankfully, what redeems him are the crisp punch packed dialogues. Despite a dramatic script, the dialogues are well written and highly effective. Overall, with a screenplay that surprises and performances to match, Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster 3 successfully takes the legacy forward with slight bumps on the way.
Dhadak Is Ruling Our Hearts And The Box Office!
This lovely flick is everything you want to know about!
Two love birds brimming with love and the consequences they face are extremely astonishing, due to caste differences. Dhadak which is a remake of the super hit Marathi flick Sairat, is definitely worth a watch. It marks the debut of Janhvi Kapoor, the daughter of the legendary actress the late Sridevi and everybody is all praise for this young actress! The movie also features Shahid Kapoor’s half brother Ishaan Khatter and his performance is being appreciated worldwide!
Dhadak hit the screens on Friday 20th July 2018. The movie released on 2791 screens out of which 2235 were in India and the rest overseas. It became the highest opening newcomer movie!
— Apoorva Mehta (@apoorvamehta18) July 21, 2018
Directed by Shashank Khaitan, Dhadak noticed a significant rise on Saturday as its total collections climbed to Rs. 19.75 crores. The flick began its theatrical run with Rs. 8.71 crores and went on to earn Rs. 11.04 crores on Day 2.
Apart from the box office collection, Dhadak is receiving applause for its amazing picturization and the cast’s outstanding performance.
According to the well known trade analyst Girish Johar, Dhadak has its pros which seem to work in its favour. He said the movie will earn around Rs. 6.5 crores on its opening day. It might be a little too much for a movie with a newcomer in the lead but Dhadak has three to four factors working in its favour. One, it is the Sridevi sympathy factor, second, Janhvi is making a debut with the movie, third, the film is a remake of Sairat which is already a blockbuster and last, it is a Dharma Production project.
Here is what Taran Adarsh said about Dhadak!
#Dhadak witnesses SIGNIFICANT GROWTH on Day 2… Growth on Sat [vis-à-vis Fri]: 26.75%… Sun biz expected to be higher than Sat… Eyes ₹ 30 cr+ weekend, which is EXCELLENT for a film starring newcomers… Fri 8.71 cr, Sat 11.04 cr. Total: ₹ 19.75 cr. India biz.
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) July 22, 2018
What do you think of Dhadak? Share your views with us in the comments section below!
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