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Bollywood Film Reviews
Film: 'Haal-e-Dil'; Cast: Ajay Devgan, Kajol, Amita Pathak, Adhyayan Suman, Nakuul Mehta and Tanuja; Director: Anil Devgan; Ratings: * and 1/2
Film: 'De Taali'; Cast: Aftab Shivdasani, Riteish Deshmukh, Ayesha Takiya, Riimi Sen; Director: E. Niwas; Rating: * 1/2
The well-known producer Pahlaj Nihalani tried introducing two new faces through his latest flick Khusboo but the garbage, the film showcases, fails in hinting at the fragrance it has been intended to spread.
Haal-e-Dil is about the same neurotic madness that one suffers from when stuck in the maze called love. It's a young love story of people who'd go any lengths to loose themselves as smoke loses itself to the sky.
Looks like Ram Gopal Varma's 'one of a kind' cinematic sensibilities have flown out of the window. 'Sarkar Raj' is laden with star power and some good characterizations, yet it's not impressive enough.
Mashhoor Amrohi has attempted real task acting under his own direction in his debut film as a director.
Film: 'Aamir'; Cast: Rajeev Khandelwal; Director: Raj Kumar Gupta; Ratings: *** 1/2
Film: 'Woodstock Villa'; Cast: Sikandar Kher, Neha Uberoi, Arbaaz Khan, Gulshan Grover; Director: Hansal Mehta; Ratings: **1/2
With Jannat, Vishesh films have yet again served us the diet of a romantic love story mingled with problems due to crawling insect of crime infused in it.
Nath Villa. Night. A couple enters the villa with an intention of spending the night. But unfortunate for them, it's the house where Kailash Nath (Amitabh Bachchan), oops, the spirit of Kailash Nath enjoys his days and nights in his airy appearance.
Mr. Bhatti is a normal person. He works in a bank and hasa peace plan to save the world from war and suffering..
Named to be the most awaited film of the year, 'Tashan' wasn't able to live up to it's expectations even though Yash Raj Banner as always made sure to leave no stone unturned to create a hype around the movie.
With Shaurya, director Samar Khan has somewhat succeeded in doing justice with the Indian version of Hollywood mega-hit flick 'A few good men'.
Sahara-One Motion Pictures' Mumbai Cutting... A City unfolds is a film directed by 11 Indian directors who are known to weave magic on Indian celluloid, is already making waves internationally with the IFFLA Fest selection.
New Delhi, April 14 (IANS) After bagging the best feature film award at the South Asian Film Festival in New York, Tanuja Chandra's first English language movie 'Hope And A Little Sugar' will hit Indian screens Friday.
Film: 'U, Me Aur Hum'; Cast: Ajay Devgan, Kajol, Sumeet Raghavan, Divya Dutta, Isha Sharwani and Karan Khanna; Director: Ajay Devgan: Ratings: ***1/2