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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.

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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.

What’s Good:

* SRK and Alia Bhatt chemistry is charming and genuine

* BGM

* Emotionally uplifting that will bring smiles on faces

* SRK’s life lessons

What’s Bad:

* Songs

* Too many life references that it’d be difficult for everyone to connect with every emotion.

* Runtime

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.

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Parmanu: The Story Of Pokhran Review

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Cast: John Abraham, Diana Penty, Boman Irani
Director: Abhishek Sharma
mango Bollywood Rating: 3/5

On a scorching Wednesday afternoon, an American spy sits in an urban cafe in Jaisalmer, talking to his bosses about suspicious activities near the nuclear site in the village of Pokhran. The spy is very suspicious of the activities, while the bosses are confident of the American surveillance systems back home. Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran begins with one of the biggest CIA failures of all times!

According to Indian history, the first draft of the Indian nuclear explosions was written in 1995. However, due to a grave leak of intelligence to the West, the plan was abandoned. The film begins with Research And Test Wing’s Ashwat Raina (John Abraham,) who is still pondering over the apathy displayed by the Prime Minister’s Office, PMO, during crucial moments.

The story of Pokhran is a bit far fetched and is based on the eventful days leading upto the Pokhran tests of 1998! Anuja Sathe (John Abraham’s wife) and Boman Irani add the much needed comic relief to the dark tales, while John Abraham and Diana Penty play play the role of the nuclear scientists to perfection. Even though the film is ambitious, the story makes up with just the right amount of emotions and personal connection.

Thrills, suspense, drama, a little bit of humour, as well as a solid comment about the Indian soldier, Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran has all the tricks to please even a discerning audience.

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Raazi Movie Review And First Day Box Office Expectations

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Cast: Alia Bhatt, Vicky Kaushal, Jaideep Ahlawat, Soni Razdan, Rajit Kapur, Arif Zakaria, Ashwath Bhatt
Director: Meghna Gulzar
mango Bollywood Rating: 4 on 5 stars

Patriotism is an emotion we completely understand and relate to, even more so as Indians. Meghna Gulzar’s Raazi addresses this issue in such a subtle manner, one can only watch the film with awe. Based on the novel. Calling Sehmat by Lt. Commander (retd.) Harinder S. Sikka, Raazi brings to the front a story which needs to be told, especially during the time and age we live in.

Not only does Gulzar’s adaptation of the novel do justice to the story, it also adds the word incredible to the description. Just like JP Dutta’s films, Raazi evokes patriotic feelings towards the country. However, unlike Dutta’s films, what makes this movie stand out is the fact that Raazi comes coupled with just the right amount of emotions and compassion.

Starting her journey in the Bollywood industry as a young, naive and innocent college girl, Alia Bhatt as Sehmat manages to transform herself into a woman with a mission. From her smile to her frustration, angst, nervousness and guilt laden sadness, Alia wrapped herself in this character and it shows in all her actions. There are scenes where her eyes do the talking and you get to glimpse the dilemma running through her nerves.

A wife, a daughter and a fighter for her country are what you see Alia doing throughout Raazi. Meghna Gulzar brings to life the extraordinary tale of Sehmat, instilling in you a fight you never thought you would want to get into. With references to mulk and watan, one would think the references would get a bit much. However, quite refreshingly, this is not the case!

Gulzar depicts the story well, introducing us to new characters from the Sayed family, into which Sehmat is married. The tension gradually builds as Sehmat’s cover starts to wear thin. What comes as a saving grace is the ease with which Sehmat sneds messages across the border and how she works hard to keep her job on track. Vicky Kaushal, playing Sehmat’s husband, does a brilliant job of masking his true feelings for Sehmat as well! The film is professional and thorough, covering almost all the details economically, without painting Sehmat as an over lauded heroine!

Intense, emotional and disturbing at times, Meghan Gulzar’s Raazi makes you stand up and take notice of the severity of the situation during the Indo Pakistan war of 1971. Watch Raazi to understand what goes on behind the scenes during times of war!

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Hope Aur Hum Review And First Day Box Office Expectations

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Hope Aur Hum Cast: Naseeruddin Shah, Naveen Kasturia, Aamir Bashir, Kabir Sajid, Virti Vaghani and Sonali Kulkarni.
Hope Aur Hum Director: Sudip Bandopadhyay,
Hope Aur Hum mango Bollywood rating: 3.5 on 5 stars

Hope Aur Hum, a slice of life film, released on Friday (11.05.2018) and with Naseeruddin Shah in the lead, the film tells the tale of three generations of a family. A grey haired old man (Naseeruddin Shah) obsesses over a vintage photo copying machine. Named Mr. Soennecken, after the German office supplies pioneer, Friedrich Soennecken, the photo copier is at the center of all of the conflics the family goes through.

A refreshing change from the type of films releasing this month, Hope Aur Hum is everything about nostalgia and revisiting the bitter sweet memories of days gone by. A Destiny crazed school boy and a papad frying, ’90s Jazz music obsessed grandmother fall into the mix of the good old days. Hope Aur Hum can be viewed like looking at a dusty picture album, flipped slowly and savoured with relish.

A dash of romance, a sprinkle of drama and a pinch of salt makes Hope Aur Hum an entertaining watch. Set around an upper middle class Mumbai based family, the film tells a story of what was, over what is. While the first part of the film brings together different tales of Nagesh Shrivastava’s family.

If only director Sudip Bandopadhyay resisted the urge to make a feel happy film (complete with a love story,) Hope Aur Hum could become a genuine exploration of human transitions and growth. Overindulgent at times, the film flounders at the boundary and settles for five, instead of six. The music of the film and it is the lyrics wrap up Hope Aur Hum in a neat little bundle.

A predictable slice of life held captive by laziness in its own way. Hope Aur Hum fails to beat the high expectations set by the impressive star cast. Watch Hope Aur Hum to escape from the hum drum drone of everyday life.

 

 

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Sacred Games: Check out the trailer of Netflix’s first Indian show!

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Netflix is finally gearing up to make a splash for its Indian audience with the first ever Indian audience based show, Sacred Games. Based on Indian author Vikram Chandra’s novel, the teaser trailer of Netflix’s original series Sacred Games is just out. Directed by Vikramaditya Motwane and Anurag Kashyap, the upcoming thriller stars Saif Ali Khan, Radhika Apte and Nawazuddin Siddiqui in key roles.

The first of its kind, the original web series is based on the lives of a policeman, a criminal overlord, a Bollywood film star, producers, cultists and terrorists. The show focuses on the different lives of the privileged members of the society and how their lives are filled with chaos, despite the pretense of normalcy. Watch the trailer here.

The series focuses on Sartaj Singh, a seasoned and cynical Bombay police officer, summoned by an anonymous tip one morning, a voice which promises him an opportunity to capture the powerful Ganesh Gaitonde, criminal overlord of the G Company. As the stakes mount and Sartaj seeks knowledge of his prey, it becomes clear the game the two players thought they were engaged in is, in fact, part of a much larger scenario, one that expands beyond their city.

Sacred Games is one of seven Indian based Netflix shows under production, with one of the largest streaming platforms gearing up to strengthen its presence in India. The first ever Indian based show is going to be premiered on 6 July, 2018, on Netflix platforms all over the world. With Amazon already presenting two Indian based shows, it is going to be interesting to see how Sacred Games does!

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102 Not Out Movie Review And First Day Box Office Expectations

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102 Not Out Cast: Amitabh Bachchan, Rishi Kapoor, Jimit Trivedi
102 Not Out Director: Umesh Shukla
102 Not Out mango Bollywood Rating: 3 on 5 stars

Umesh Shukla’s 102 Not Out tells the story of a 102 year old man (Amitabh Bachchan) who does not want to get old, while his 75 year old son (Rishi Kapoor) is worried about the pitfalls of getting old. Like his previous film, Oh My God, Shukla draws inspiration for this movie from a play as well. 102 year old Dattatray Vakharia (Amitabh Bachchan) and his 75 year old son Babulal (Rishi Kapoor) do not have much in common. While the father’s zeal for a fulfilling life knows no boundary, the son is trapped in his past.

Tired of his son’s constant whining and cribbing, Vakharia decided to move his very reluctant son to an old age home. With all the protests, Vakharia finally says okay, on grounds of 5 terms played over a period of 6 months. However, the terms play out as more than just games for the father son duo.

102 Not Out begins with a few hiccups. The actors take time adjusting to the script, which relies more on dialogues than actions. Remaining true to the play, every character is introduced by a fellow actor and wherever they feel restricted, Vijay Raaz’s voiceover comes to the rescue.

Overall, 102 Not Out is a sweet film, with a touching tale. The moral of the film? Suck the unpleasantness out of life and live in only the happy memories of the past. Watch 102 Not Out for the hints of nostalgia coupled with the desires of being forever young and making as many memories as possible!

 

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