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August 31, 2014 Sunday     

"Showbiz" is inspired from the world famous real life tragedy of "Princess Diana's Car Accident". The story is based on a similar incident, when the celebrities are being chased by paparazzi and in the rush they tragically meet a deadly accident. The movie was a good attempt to show the real backstage stories and the hidden secrets of media to the people. But it sadly went unnoticed.

“Showbiz” has also got acute similarities with an English Flick “Paparazzi”.

Check Out At : http://imdb.com/title/tt0338325/

Tags : Showbiz & its real life inspiration, Inspired Movies, Inspired Cinema, Bollywood Plagiarism, Plagiarism in Hindi Cinema, Copied Movies, Movies Inspired From, Borrowed Concepts, Inspired Plots, Bollywood & Hollywood, Reviews by Bobby Sing, Bollywood Gets Inspired, Cinema Gets Inspired, Bollywood & World Cinema, Inspiration from World Cinema
 
 
28 June 2008 / bobbysing /
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Kunal Kohli’s latest venture is exactly on the lines of its title, that means “Everything Thoda Thoda”. The film has all the elements of love, emotion, fun and children playing pranks on elders. But everything is completely predictable and average as far as entertainment is concerned.

The film only manages to amuse to some extent and that also mainly to the people who are there for time pass. If you are looking for some novelty and innovative direction in the movie then you are sure to get disappointed.
A fairy is sent from GOD in order to help the children on earth who have problems with their guardian appointed by the court. The GOD is played by Rishi Kapoor who looks cute. And the concept of fairy is used to incorporate the magic elements in the movie. But the magic sequences have nothing impressive and the writer could have done even without the concept of fairy. The plot looks like wasted in the narration. Moreover the fairy also has a strange Punjabi ascent which looks weird. Nowadays whole Bollywood is having a heavy punjab influence in its latest projects.
Rani Mukherjee seems to be enjoying her role but fails to make an impact. Saif Ali Khan just plays his character and it looks like he lost the interest in the movie in mid way. Amisha Patel plays a modern unintelligent girl who is short of clothes. And she looks desperate to catch attention. Only the four children are a treat to watch, specially the child playing the role of Sikh Kid “Iqbal”. He has got the majority of punch lines and impresses a lot. Still the sequences with the kids are not such that you can remember them walking out of the hall.
The weakest section of the movie is its music by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy. It’s one of the most unimpressive work from the trio with not even a single melodious song. This project needed some special children songs which were found missing. Special Effects are uncomplicated and are not used in excess which is intelligent thinking by the director.
Kunal Kohli, the director follows his own passion of influences from the west. This time his movie has the hangover of “Marry Poppins”, “The Sound Of Music”, “City Of Angels” and may be more. His “Hum-Tum” was influenced by “When Harry Met Sally” and interestingly a poster of this english flick can be spotted in one scene when Rishi Kapoor is talking to Rani in the climax. I think this was deliberately done by Kunal.
All one can say is that its an Ok movie, with a simple look and has nothing special to talk about. Something extraordinary was expected from Kunal Kohli but sadly it was not there.
Rating : 2.5 / 5
Tags : Bobby Singh's Reviews, Inspired Cinema, Kunal Kohli Latest Movie, Latest Hinid Movies Reviews, New Hindi Films Reviews, Thoda Pyar Thoda Magic Review, TPTM Review, Movie Reviews By Bobby Sing, Bollywood Movies Reviews, Hindi Films Reviews, New Hindi Releases
 
 
27 June 2008 / bobbysing /
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Guide - Bobby Talks Cinema.com

The most famous movie from the Navketan Banner which had R. K. Narayan’s famous novel  translated on the screen in an impressive way. It is an unconventional story about following your heart over your mind. It’s about the choices we make in our lives, the work we choose to do for our living and the regrets we have at the back of our minds about our choices made.

The story revolves around how a guide changes the outlook of a married woman and then they both decide to live a different life together. It’s unarguably the best film of both actor Dev Anand and director Vijay Anand. A classy film which has many elements blended together as different colours sprayed on a white canvas. Love, Betrayal, Passion, Art, Success and Failure, all aspects of life are portrayed in a very true form by the director.
 
Interestingly, it was made in two versions, one in English for the Western viewers and one in Hindi for the Indian Audiences. The English version was released even before the release of the Hindi version as Dev was more confident of its success in the west. Credit for the success of the movie also goes to its melodious music by S. D. Burman, wherein each song is a priceless gem cherished till date by every hindi film music lover. A must watch as a pure Classic of Indian Cinema.

Directed By Vijay Anand
Starring : Dev Anand & Waheeda Rehman
Music By S. D. Burman

(Read an amazing Trivia on the soundtrack of the movie here)

Tags : Vijay Anand, Dev Anand, Waheeda Rehman, S. D. Burman, Movies To See Before You die, Must See Movie List By Bobby Sing
 
 
26 June 2008 / bobbysing /
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Koshish - Bobby Talks Cinema.com

One of the 5 Best Films by Gulzar, based on the world of physically challenged personalities. It is an emotional story of a couple living life with their own dignity even when God had deprived them from enjoying the power of sound. They cannot hear or speak but are living life as normal people, may be in a better way than many others around them.

It is undoubtedly a highly commendable and memorable piece of work by three masters together, Sanjeev Kumar, Jaya Bhaduri (Bachchan) and Gulzar. The film has moments to cherish, scenes which would make you cry and it defines loves in the most poetic manner. A pure cinematic gem by the maestro film-maker, Gulzar. One of the best scenes of the movie include the sequence when the couple are blessed with a child, but internally they are worried that whether their son is born as a normal kid with the ability to hear sound or not. The scene with the faulty toy without any sound is superbly written and conceived. A well directed movie straight from the heart of the director and brilliantly supported by all the actors. A must watch and not be missed at any cost.
 
Directed By Gulzar
Starring : Sanjeev Kumar, Jaya Bhaduri, Asrani & More
Music By Madan Mohan
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25 June 2008 / bobbysing /
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