Bobby Talks Cinema Rss Feed http://www.bobbytalkscinema.com BAREILLY KI BARFI, SAAJAN (1991) and more similar films. (Articles on Inspired Cinema by Bobby Sing)
A love triangle where a person requests, hires or sends another person to convey the message/offer or to impress the leading lady, unintentionally creating a love-triangle has been the most favourite clichéd formula of Hindi romantic films since the 50s.
 
Most recently it was there in SAAJAN (1991), SAPNAY (1997/MINSARA KANAVU in Tamil), YES BOSS (1997) and interestingly even in SANGAM (1964 - One of the most famous Hin
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BAREILLY KI BARFI - A repetitive, average rom-com saved by its performances. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of BAREILLY KI BARFI by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.


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TOILET Ek Prem Katha - A film that remains trapped in the dilemma of being a PR project for a cause and an entertaining Hindi film. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of TOILET Ek Prem Katha  by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.


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VEKH BARAATAN CHALLIYAN (Punjabi) - Do join in the unique wedding celebrations and have a good time in the theater. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of VEKH BARAATAN CHALLIAN by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

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JAB HARRY MET SEJAL - It\'s better to fail in an experiment than to disappoint so badly with such a soulless film. (Beyond The Review By Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of JAB HARRY MET SEJAL by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

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MUBARAKAN - Its like a Rajshri family drama made in a typical Bazmee style in Punjabi. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of MUBARAKAN by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

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RAAG DESH - An exclusive and enlightening film on INA and a lesser-known court trial of its three officers. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of RAAG DESH by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

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INDU SARKAR - Timely as well as too careful exploitation of the subject results in a plain average film. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of INDU SARKAR by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

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SIKH lead characters all over Hindi Cinema like never before. (Extended Article by Bobby Sing)

The detailed article “One Friday - Three Hindi Films – And they all have key Sikh characters in their narrative” by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

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HAWA HAWA - Hassan Jahangir\'s original album that became an instant hit in India in 1989. (Extended Article by Bobby Sing)

The detailed article on HAWA HAWA album by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

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THE BLACK PRINCE - Shabana shines in this slow paced yet important documentation of a lesser-known historical chapter. (Beyond The Review By Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of THE BLACK PRINCE by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

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MUNNA MICHAEL - They neither respect, pay or try new talented writers nor stop making films on the same old rotten plots. (Beyond The Review By Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of MUNNA MICHAEL by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

 

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LIPSTICK UNDER MY BURKHA - Another version of PARCHED that successfully entertains the viewers through its mature content, cleverly served in the name of women empowerment. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of LIPSTICK UNDER MY BURKHA by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

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SHAB - An unimpressive film by Onir made in Madhur Bhandarkar mode. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of SHAB by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

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JAGGA JASOOS - An innovative, path-breaking attempt that could have been a game-changer in a better version. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)
The detailed review of JAGGA JASOOS by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.
 
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CHANNA MEREYA (Punjabi) - Though having nothing new as a plot, it still remains a sincere remake of SAIRAT with some notable merits. (Detailed Review By Bobby Sing)
A brief review of CHANNA MEREYA (Punjabi) by Bobby Sing was published in Mumbai’s reputed newspaper MID-DAY and can be read at the following link.
 
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MOM - Despite a repetitive, predictable subject & flaws, it still scores well due to its polished execution and all emotionally charged acts led by Sridevi. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of MOM by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.


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GUEST IIN LONDON - An unrequired, unofficial remake with an emotionally moving climax that should have been a part of a better film. (Review By Bobby Sing)

A director remaking his own film after a few years has quite a few examples in Hindi Cinema with the most famous being Mehboob Khan remaking his AURAT (1940) as MOTHER INDIA (1947). These are the instances wherein either the director wished to convey something powerful, readdressing it in a more important and refined remake or he intended to repeat the earlier success of a film after a decade or so just to have another hit in his name.

However GUEST IIN LONDON n
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SPIDER-MAN HOMECOMING - This time we have a much better fun filled, campus film with a few exciting highlights. [TTP (To The Point) Review By Bobby Sing]

Unlike the last few films in the series, the present Spider-Man reboot at last brings backs the fond memories beginning with the famous cult track and then moving back to the campus introducing a Peter Parker who neither is any journalist nor has any mysterious persona of a superhero in the making. The narration takes it time to grow but then does manage to bring in the excitement through some fresh entertaining insertions without any cluster of sub-plots as a much better, funny and enjoyable film (compared to the earlier se
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BABY DRIVER (English) - Less explosive than expected, but does have many exciting electrifying moments as a rare musical crime thriller. So do watch it! (Review By Bobby Sing)

The film’s well edited trailer with pulsating music, execution and attitude really filled me with excitement. And the film largely turned out to be the same with a little less explosive than expected in its prominently displayed ‘heist’ angle.
 

In simple words, if you love watching high paced action thrillers equipped with foot tapping musical score majorly focusing on road-chase sequences (like MAD MAX: FURY ROAD) then this is just for you. Edgar Wright’s urban
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PHULLU - The first gutsy Hindi film on the subject of women\'s menstrual cycle and the importance of \'Sanitary Pads\', that sadly fails to become a path breaking eye-opener. (Review By Bobby Sing)
It’s both sad and ironical that the film which was made with a worth praising intention of educating the young and old was given an A certificate by the Censor Board since it talked about women’s menstrual cycle and the importance of sanitary pads ensuring their healthy growth. The film was in news for this very reason but still could get only a few shows in some selected cities, further limiting its reach missing the target audience.
 
At the same time, another unfortunate fact remains that though
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SUPER SINGH (Punjabi) - A strictly routine and forced religious propaganda kind of superhero film from Anurag & Diljit. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of SUPER SINGH (Punjabi) by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

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AARANYA KAANDAM (2011/Tamil) - A must watch gangster thriller for its technical excellence and execution following the cult PULP FICTION genre. (Review by Bobby Sing)

 A critically acclaimed, award winning dark thriller, AARANYA KAANDAM is a must watch film for the lovers of ‘new-age experimental cinema’ for more than one solid reasons as shared below.

1. Widely appreciated its considered to be the first new-noir (modern dark crime thrillers) in Tamil Cinema, breaking new grounds in film-making with its unique treatment.
 
2. The title AARANYA KAANDAM is named on one specific chapter of the epic RAMAYANA
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BANK CHOR - Another of those casual filler projects made for the constant supply to the multiplexes apart from the timely biggies. (Beyond The Review By Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of BANK CHOR by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

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TUBELIGHT - Not a typical Salman entertainer, but a one-time watch war-drama giving an important message. (Beyond The Review By Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of TUBELIGHT by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

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BEHEN HOGI TERI - Just manages to be an above average one time watch, but could have been much better & entertaining. (Review By Bobby Sing)

Beginning with its strong merits, there was a lot of potential in this project with a near-perfect real life settings, charming local flavor of Lucknow, the sweet & sour relationships with the neighbors, small time fights within the families, the local old-age goons and all immensely relatable characters apart from an interestingly chosen title as BEHEN HOGI TERI. Yes, for many, the title might be an objectionable sexist one, but the truth remains that it is a very commonly used phrase by the young school-college going b
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RAABTA - A weirdly made film offering a mix of cliched, likable & boring moments in the first half and almost nothing in the second. (Review By Bobby Sing)

There have been many films in the past dealing with reincarnation of lovers meeting in the present recalling their earlier lives and its events resulting in an engrossing watch. These films include classics as well as above average and mediocre movies too made by some reputed names. But RAABTA unarguably can be rated as the most uninteresting, ridiculous and weirdly made film in this specific genre with several factors contributing in its overall poor depiction with an otherwise decent cast.
 

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The interesting link between Prithviraj Kapoor, Ramsay Brothers and the first committed Horror Film in India - By Bobby Sing (Did You Known - 91)
Till the early 70s, the horror genre in Indian talkies was actually without any scary figures or bloodshed with its main focus on a frightening suspense or mystery with a pinch of horror and even comedy seen in films such as Mahal (1949), Madhumati (1958), Bees Saal Baad (1962), Kohra (1964), Woh Kaun Thi (1964), Bhoot Bangla (1965), Gumnaam (1965), Anita (1967), Ek Paheli (1971)
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A DEATH IN THE GUNJ (English-Hindi) - An excellent directorial debut by Konkona, presenting a well-crafted film with a fabulous cast ensemble and subject. (Review By Bobby Sing)
To begin with, though this features a talented cast ensemble from the Hindi film industry, it still cannot be considered as a part of the mainstream commercial cinema as the film is almost entirely in English and has a treatment or pace not really enjoyable for the ones looking for their routine Hindi film entertainment. So this is unarguably for the niche audience more interested in some fresh or novel content irrespective of the language its characters choose to interact in. And if you are one among those, then here is a film offering yo
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DEAR MAYA - Cinema means \'New Untold Stories\' and this beautifully fulfills the requirement with two bright young girls and a charming Manisha. (Review by Bobby Sing)

In the late 80s and mid-90s, our TV content used to be so rich, enlightening us with novel stories in serials such as KATHA SAGAR, DARPAN, RISHTEY, EK KAHANI, YULE LOVE STORIES and later STAR BESTSELLERS too. DEAR MAYA took me back in those days through its novel storyline full of love and warmth and that’s indeed like a fresh cool breeze in the current repetitive storytelling format of Hindi cinema. 

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MIRROR GAME (Hindi-English) - An interesting attempt but not exciting & engaging enough, confusingly made for two distinctive kinds of audience using a mixed lingo. (Review By Bobby Sing)

As the debut venture of writer-director Vijit Sharma, this can frankly be rated as a decent first time attempt dealing with a complex subject of Schizophrenia and Multiple Personality Disorder conceived in an unconventional format without any interval or any typical song and dance numbers (usually seen in such type of mystery-crime-thrillers).

But unfortunately that remains the only merit of MIRROR GAME, as otherwise it isn’t any highly engaging or exciting psychological mystery that brings you onto th
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DOBAARA - Why they are so keen to serve westernized horror to the audience desperately waiting for the entertaining Indian horror? (Review by Bobby Sing)

Having seen OCULUS (2013), which is not any exceptional English horror flick, I was really in doubt when I heard that they are going for an official remake of the same as the latest Hindi horror film, making a big mistake. Still I thought that probably they would present it giving an Indian twist, focusing on the mirror as some kind of “Shaapit (Cursed)” object by an evil spirit having a past, adding the much required thrill to the project recalling the Ramsay movies made on the similar pattern.

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JEKHANE BHOOTER BHOY (Bengali/2012) - An above average mystery-horror film made on three interesting ghost stories by Satyajit Ray and Sharadindu Bondopadhyay. (An overview By Bobby Sing)

Not a horror film in the real sense, this can be referred as a fine watch for the teenagers and the adults too if they just want to have some fun along with some spooky moments.
 
Directed by Sandip Ray, the title JEKHANE BHOOTER BHOY means ‘Where there is a fear of ghosts’ and it features three of the best short ghost stories selected from the works of the renowned Satyajit Ray and Sharadindu Bondopadhyay (the writer/creator of the
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SAAB BAHADAR (Punjabi) - A courageous attempt based on a decent mystery that sadly gets lost in an unexciting story progression and a loud background score. (Review By Bobby Sing)
The biggest merit of SAAB BAHADAR as a new Punjabi film is that it courageously tries to make a breakthrough in the set patterns of Punjabi cinema insanely followed by both the viewers as well as the makers since its revival in the year 2012. 
 
Coming up as the first mystery thriller or a ‘who-dun-it’ Punjabi film to be precise, SAAB BAHADAR makes a pretty decent attempt to win over the viewers with its fresh content strongly reminding you of the cases solved by Sherlo
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SACHIN: A Billion Dreams (Documentary) - A rare biographical narration by the legend himself wherein he thoughtfully talks about his struggles and failures more than the unbelievable triumphs achieved. (Review by Bobby Sing)
Before the release of this much awaited documentary on the life of Sachin Tendulkar, almost everyone was disappointed watching the poor trailers, once again appearing to be of a film glorifying the image of the most successful Indian sports icon of the last three decades. Films like AZHAR and DHONI were already there made on the obvious (glossy) format hiding many relevant facts and SACHIN almost looked like the same despite being promoted with all real-life clippings.
 
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HINDI MEDIUM - Perfectly presenting the trauma of Nursery Admissions, its a must watch film that teaches a lot about life and the right way of living too. (Review By Bobby Sing)
It’s extremely difficult to conceive a film that happens to be a meaningful social drama, an enjoyable comedy and a sharp satire on the system all together. Thankfully HINDI MEDIUM turns out to be a rare film of this kind addressing a burning social issue of Nursery admissions in all reputed private schools of Delhi, presented in a highly entertaining as well as thought provoking manner featuring three outstanding performances not to be missed.
 
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HALF GIRLFRIEND - Only the language marginally works in an otherwise boring, beaten to death & foolish story progression. (Review By Bobby Sing)

Yet another film based on a novel of Chetan Bhagat, if this really is a faithful adaptation of the published content, then no doubt mediocrity is in the air and selling too, creating new questionable standards both for the market and our society in the new millennium.

The reason for the above statement lies in the fact that the weirdly titled HALF GIRLFRIEND offers nothing new or fresh except the Bihari language dialogues in its first 45 minutes, before moving on to the same old boring and beaten to death twist tak
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LAHORIYE (Punjabi) - A mixed bag of simple, sweet emotions with a better second half but based on an unevenly stretched, hard to believe plot yet again revolving around a wedding. (Review By Bobby Sing)

Coming to the point right away, LAHORIYE might not be a classic realistic film, but it’s indeed an emotionally entertaining and musically rich venture offering you a decent return of your time and money spent, along with transporting you into a positive fantasy world portraying a friendly political relationship between India and Pakistan.

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SARKAR 3 - Neither the bottle is new here nor the wine served and its also not the case of \'the older-the better\'. Strictly Avoidable! (Review By Bobby Sing)

Once trendsetter director Ram Gopal Varma was written off and declared finished by many reputed film reviewers and trade analysts long back. But I always believed he still had a few probable aces left in his sleeve as a sequel of BHOOT, SARKAR and a remake of one of his recent regional successes to be honest.
 
Unfortunately BHOOT RETURNS came in 2012 and it didn’t work.
VEERAPPAN (the remake of RGV’s hit KILLING VEERAPPAN) came in 2016
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MERI PYAARI BINDU - Another casual (read boring) filler project just made to feed the multiplexes for their next few days or a week. (Review By Bobby Sing)

Long back I mentioned a term as Filler Projects or Feeder Movies in the present commercial world of Hindi Cinema in my reviews. Explaining it again in short, the term can be used for all the quickie projects made just to fulfill the continuous requirement of exhibitors (multiplex chains) who cannot really survive without multiple constant releases delivered every week. In other words these posh multiplexes desperately need ‘New Releases’ coming each and every Friday to bring in the (high paying) weekend footfall and the big produ
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MANTOSTAAN - The brutal essence of the stories gets completely lost in the ineffective adaptations. (Review By Bobby Sing)

If there is a film released on the famous short stories of Saadat Hassan MANTO, then I need to be there even if it is being shown more than 30 kms away from my home at a high end multiplex involving a whooping cost of around 400+ rupees, once again pointing towards the faulty exhibition system in our country.
 
Though unfortunately the aptly titled MANTOSTAAN falls way short of the original shocking impact of MANTO’s short stories, but honestly I cannot get how the exhibitors can even exp
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One of my most blessed moments meeting Sh. Gopaldas Neeraj. (Those Cherished Moments - 3) By Bobby Sing
Friendly readers of BTC must have noticed by now that I rarely share any pictures with the blessed masters considering them as a personal treasure close to my heart. But the truth is that I rarely get those clicked and mostly forget or choose not to click such pictures respecting my beloved idols.
 
However today I am sharing one of those rare ones after a loving early morning call received from Dr. Kamal Kant, who inspired me to do so, re-introducing the maestro still active in his early 90s to all young frien
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"Main Woh Bala Hun Jo Sheeshey Se Patthar Ko Torh Dun" - The famous dialogue was surprisingly said by a writer-actor-director in the 60s. - By Bobby Sing (Did You Know - 90)
At times or rather more often it’s the one liners given to a villain that become hugely famous among the public like the iconic dialogues of Gabbar Singh in the cult SHOLAY, Lion in the trendsetting ZANZEER, Mogambo in the all-time entertainer MR. INDIA and many more.
 
However in this unique instance, the said shady dialogue was not rendered by Prem Chopra for the very first time in a film as per the common bel
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Dharmendra as a driver, in a Hrishikesh Mukherjee film before CHUPKE CHUPKE - by Bobby Sing (Did You Know - 89)
Reading the heading, one would straight away recall Dharmendra’s fabulous comic act in Hrishikesh Mukherjee’s classic comedy CHUPKE CHUPKE released in 1975. Dressed in a white attire with a driver’s cap pretending to be an amateur learner of English, Dharmendra delivered one of his career best performances in the film and had an outstanding support coming from Sharmila Tagore, Amitabh Bachchan, Om Prakash, Jaya Bhaduri, Asrani, Keshto Mukherjee a
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MAATR - A noble intentioned but crudely weak and strangely uncaring revenge saga pointing towards a sickening social curse, that was much impactfully presented in Raveena\'s JAAGO (2004). (Review by Bobby Sing)
If the chosen subject is the only thing that matters, then one can go on giving as many stars and ratings to MAATR for its theme, yet again trying to raise a timely social alarm with all noble intensions. However if you are supposed to rate it as a film then it strangely turns out to be so weak, which was certainly not expected considering the pre-release hype created by the ‘censor banning’ issue.
 
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BAHUBALI 2 - It delivers larger than life cinema as a solid prequel & conclusion but the excellence seen in the final hour of its original remains missing. (Review by Bobby Sing)
It’s difficult to write an honest critique of a gigantic attempt like BAHUBALI 2 as a writer/reviewer actually stands nowhere in comparison to the efforts put in by the entire talented team in front and behind the curtain. But then every filmmaker and his team always puts in best of their efforts irrespective of the magnitude or names and the final product needs to be reviewed in all honestly respecting the hard work done. So let me try to review this major trendsetting sequel to the best of my ability.
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MIRZA JUULIET - One of those strictly avoidable films that make you wonder why they got made and for whom? (Review By Bobby Sing)
You got to be exceptionally brilliant having a few appreciable love songs in the package, if you are once again presenting the same old formulaic lo
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LAALI KI SHAADI MEIN LAADDOO DEEWANA - Stay away from this marriage and its tiring absurdity. [TTP (To The Point) Review By Bobby Sing]

 Normally a director should and they mostly do take care of the first 10-15 minutes of the film in particular, as they play a very crucial role in winning over the viewers and the film’s overall performance. Therefore you seldom get to see a film that puts you off within its first 10 minutes itself and you clearly know that it’s not going to be an easy watch at all giving you a real tough time.

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MUKTI BHAWAN (Hotel Salvation) - Could have been a classic, but surely deserves to be seen for its subject, performances and Varanasi in particular. (Review by Bobby Sing)

 

Aptly titled MUKTI BHAWAN, this is a rare, exceptional film for three specific reasons.


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BEGUM JAAN (Hindi) / RAJKAHINI (Bengali) - Benegal\'s MANDI meets Manto\'s TOBA TEK SINGH and Mehta\'s MIRCH MASALA in this bold but over dramatic effort, sadly remaining too bland to be called an epic despite its noble intentions. (An overview by Bobby Sing)

Honestly I am not too keen to write a detailed review of these films as I have something much more important to share triggered by the films only, (both) written and directed by Srijit Mukherji, amalgamating some classic works of the past by the renowned maestros. At least for me its extremely important t
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The last 2 shows at REGAL and the one man behind the event, nobody knows about. (A detailed emotional and technical description by Bobby Sing)

In the last few weeks you might have read numerous articles on REGAL, its history of being a prestigious venue for Hindi cinema in the golden era and its last two shows running MERA NAAM JOKER and SANGAM, honouring its warm relationship with the Kapoors, especially Raj Kapoor. But in the next few pages, I would try to give you the inner story behind the ‘Final Day Mela’ and a detailed emotional and technical description of
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NOOR - What a confused and lazy way to make a crime investigative thriller with neither thrills nor any investigations ending on a weird note. (Review By Bobby Sing)

Just like the lead character of their script, both the writer and director of NOOR seem to be equally confused about what kind of film they wished to make or of what genre? And in case this is exactly the story of the book/novel the film is based upon (Saba Imtiaz\'s “Karachi, You\'re Killin Me&rd
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MANJE BISTRE (Punjabi) - It seems Punjabi Cinema is now stuck with period dramas focusing on a 'Vyah Wala Ghar' as their latest repetitive obsession. (Review By Bobby Sing)

Post the thought provoking, experimental debut as a writer-director in ARDAAS (2016), I was really interested to see what would be the second venture of the team Gippy Grewal, Baljit Singh Deo, Gurpreet Ghuggi and Rana Ranbir together, since ARDAAS showed the glimpses of a rare courage in Punjabi Cinema to present something different and meaningful taking a big risk.


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FAST & FURIOUS 8 - Partially enjoyable, but strictly for the fans loving the action genre. [TTP (To The Point) Review By Bobby Sing]

The eighth addition in the series titled THE FATE OF THE FURIOUS aka FAST & FURIOUS 8 features Charlize Theron as an evil cyber terrorist taking everyone else for a ride, without even driving ever in the film operating from her digital den. The story yet again talks about a certain gadget/machine that can put off the electricity of an entire city and more nuclear codes too, re-activating a frozen submarine in its explosive climax.

Directed by Gary Gray, though the f
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When my Career Consultancy didn\'t work for a few strangely concerned parents - by Bobby Sing (Few Life Inspiring Words - 23)

A few years back, I was invited by a friend for a ‘Career Consultancy Fair’ in a school, with a duty to take up a stall solving the queries of parents and students regarding their choice of careers.
 
The fair began at 10 am and around 1 pm before the lunch my organizer friend quietly came and politely said, “Bhai, Lets go for a round and another person will take care of your seat meeting the parents.” 
 
I readily walked away with him a
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RABB DA RADIO (Punjabi) - One really loves watching this simple, sweet and emotional family drama on the big screen as the small screen has completely ruined this specific genre emphasizing on snakes, ghosts, crime and comedy quite ridiculously. (Review By Bobby Sing)

Coming straight to the point, RABB DA RADIO hasn\'t got anything novel in its concept or storyline, particularly for the viewers who have actively witnessed the cinema in the decades of 70s and 80s. The film is all about the good old emotional drama focusing on the family divisions with useful insertions of celebrations, romance, music, humour and spirited moments in the climax heading towards a happy ending.

A physical wall dividing two families is sure to remind you of several key films of that particular era and the vamps c
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MACHINE - Strange, they chose such an outdated and awful script for a crucial launch. (Review By Bobby Sing)

Just when the debate of Nepotism (preference to family and known people) was all over in the news, releases MACHINE, the debut film of Mustafa Burmawalla, son of Abbas Burmawalla (from the famous director duo http://www.bobbytalkscinema.com/recentpost.php?postid=1702

A DOG'S PURPOSE (English) - A sweet, lovable & innovative film teaching the value of fun and living in the moment from a dog's perspective. (Review By Bobby Sing)

Director Lasse Hallstrom gave us a gem of a movie called HACHI (included in Movies To See Before You Die list at BTC) based on an unbelievably amazing real life story of a blessed dog (released in 2009) and he is back with another fictional lovable movie on the various lives of a dog again, after a gap of eight years as A DOG’S PURPOSE.

Sharing a personal truth, I watched HACHI many years back when my own adorable Labrador SUFI was alive and now I have watched A DOG’s PURPOSE when he is no more wit
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POORNA - More than the film, it's the real life achievement of the kids that fills you with amazement, joy and proud all together. (Review By Bobby Sing)

Beginning with due respect towards the makers and their noble intentions backing this unbelievable underdog story of the interiors, POORNA isn’t any classic, masterpiece film in technical or cinematic terms to be very honest. It’s a simple, inspiring and intelligently made film within the limited budgets, which more focuses on the story behind the (record making) expedition, instead of the expedition itself giving you a fair idea. So just don’t misunderstand the film as any exciting adventure movie entirely focusing on the
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ANAARKALI OF AARAH - You praised Amitabh teaching the meaning of a woman\'s NO in the court, now praise Swara doing the same in a differently authentic manner. (Review By Bobby Sing)

You must have heard about the drastically fallen standard of ‘Bhojpuri films and music’, its vulgar, double meaning songs and their hugely hit status in the market putting a big question mark on the standard or mindsets of the writers, performers, music companies and the public supporting the act altogether.


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PHILLAURI - It\'s a confusingly conceived Punjabi film made in Hindi, based on an interesting but inspired idea with the only merit being its emotional climax. (Review By Bobby Sing)

It hurts when a very fine potential idea goes wrong due to various reasons and PHILLAURI exactly makes you feel the same, even though its basic plot has been actually blatantly borrowed or lifted from a foreign source.


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NAAM SHABANA - It makes you feel sorry for the talented Tapsee who had to blindly trust the big names behind such unexpectedly mediocre conception of a potential idea. (Review By Bobby Sing)

Just one scene, spiritedly fighting a terrorist in the hotel room of Kathmandu in her film BABY got applauded by almost every viewer and reviewer back in 2015, and the makers interestingly thought of coming up with a spin-off, focusing on the much appreciated character in the form of NAAM SHABANA. A great potential idea indeed for both Tapsee Pannu (as the lead) and the viewers expecting an action packed, exciting thriller from the team led by Neeraj Pandey. But I wish it wa
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KONG SKULL ISLAND (English) - Though lacks an emotional pull and the original charm, it's still an incredibly made entertaining comic-book adventure to be experienced in a well-equipped theater. (Review by Bobby Sing)

Kong Skull IslandTo begin with, there can be no comparison drawn with the epic adventure KING KONG re-introducing the likeable monster in 2005, and the film simply remains a highly recommended class apart, a
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BADRINATH KI DULHANIA - A unique case of the makers returning with the same lead pair, a similar title, identical looks and the same old premise of a wedding, mocking at the viewers patience & choice. (Review by Bobby Sing)

This is an unique case indeed, as writer-director Shashank Khaitan debuted with HUMPTY SHARMA KI DULHANIA in 2014 (an upgraded version of DDLJ) and now comes up with BADRINATH KI DULHANIA in 2017 as his second film with the sa
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TRAPPED - Post an unconvincing start, it fairly keeps you engaged as a praise-worthy off-beat attempt featuring an impressive solo act and some notable merits. (Review By Bobby Sing)

With films like UDAAN (included in BTC’s Movies To See Before You Die List) and LOOTERA (a slow, off-beat romantic drama) to his credit, Vikramaditya Motwane is certainly a director who wishes t
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AA GAYA HERO - A perfect film to be discussed and enjoyed in the famous FB group 'I Love Trashy Hindi Movies'. (Review By Bobby Sing)

Beginning with a sincere confession, its painful to write such disappointing tagline for a film featuring Govinda in the lead, whom I have been a fan of since the 90s and still consider as one of the finest all-rounder talent of Hindi cinema with an impeccable comic timing, dancing skills, emotional depth and an immensely relatab
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LION (English/2016) - An emotionally uplifting film which once again depicts INDIA in a bad light and we know the westerners do have a fascination for such dark representation of our country since decades. (Review by Bobby Sing)

Starting with the praises, LION is sure to make you shed some heartfelt tears both in the beginning as well as in the end witnessing a lost son meeting his mother post 25 long years with the help of the new technological development of Google Earth.

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COMMANDO 2 - Focusing on suspense instead of action, Vidyut gets no support in this poor and so casually conceived film unfortunately. (Review By Bobby Sing)

Following the current blind trend, we once again have a ‘not required’ sequel of a ‘not so successful’ film as COMMANDO -2, four years post its original (released in 2013). And in all probabilities this is a c
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RUNNING SHAADI - An average light hearted (Punjab based) film led by Tapsee Pannu, which you are sure going to enjoy watching on a TV channel instead of the costly multiplex. (Review By Bobby Sing)

Waiting for its release since last few years, though RUNNING SHAADI (earlier titled as RUNNING SHAADI.COM) is yet another light hearted romantic comedy based on Punjab and Punjabi characters following a typical format, yet it isn’t any bad or an awful movie to be honest giving its deserving due.


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RANGOON - Well shot, designed & performed but a dialogue in the film itself says, \"Public SHOT nahin, FILM dekhti hai\". (Review by Bobby Sing)

The name Vishal Bhardwaj ensures one thing in his films and that’s the technical excellence in his craft along with a worth noticing background score and some seriously intense performances (including the well-chosen supporting cast).


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IRADA - A strictly average but shocking real life inspired film, bravely revealing another brutal truth of Punjab, also reminding you of Julia Robert's classic ERIN BROCKOVICH. (Review By Bobby Sing)

There is much to know about Punjab beyond politics, crime and drugs and the makers of IRADA at least gather some courage to make a film on the same revolving around a key city of the state featuring an interesting cast.

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THE GHAZI ATTACK - Ignoring the filmy touches, it largely remains a rare and delightful focused war movie featuring a talented cast ensemble that deserves to be given a chance for sure. (Review by Bobby Sing)

\"TheHindi Cinema has rarely dared to give us a realistic war movie that can be largely praised for its impressive onscreen portrayal. Moreover an underwater war movie has actually never been there before
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LOGAN (English/Hindi) - You will make faces, tighten your fists and do several things going through this brutal, cold blooded must watch thriller for sure. (Review by Bobby Sing)

\"Logan\"Hugh Jackman, more fondly known as the face of X-Men character
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ANUPAMA (1967) - Its touching emotional climax and DDLJ - By Bobby Sing

For a moment sample this final (iconic) scene of a film where the hero has reached a railway platform and the train is scheduled to leave in a few minutes. He is eagerly waiting for the heroine to be there any moment, making her final decision to board the train accepting his loving proposal. And the girl needs to do the same revolting from her family, particularly the unsupportive, harsh father disapproving their warm relationship.

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JOLLY LLB 2 - The second half turns it into a fairly entertaining above average film taking too many creative liberties, crossing the limits of respect and logic in its court room sequences. (Review By Bobby Sing)

I was in Mumbai with a producer friend of mine from the Punjabi music industry on the day JOLLY LLB got released in 2013. And when I woke up early to catch a morning show of the film, my friend was not amused and tried to stop me from going, expecting nothing from such lesser known and non-starcast film as usual. On my re
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KUNG FU YOGA (English/Hindi) - Just fast paced action, eye-catching visuals, stunning girls, a little fun and no yoga results in a hugely disappointing film. (Review by Bobby Sing)

Jackie Chan was my first childhood hero (beyond Hindi films) since the 80s, and it’s really great to see him playing the lead, performing unbelievable stunts even after almost four long decades at the age of 60+.


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QATL (1986) took it all from IN BROAD DAYLIGHT (TV Film/1971), but the two still have their own distinctive culminations deserving an equal applause. - A revealing overview by Bobby Sing.

As a lesser-discussed and largely forgotten but ‘well-made’ Hindi crime thriller, QATL was released in 1986 post the sudden demise of one of the most gifted performers of Indian cinema Sanjeev Kumar and thus was dedicated to the legend too as respectfully mentioned in the very first slide of the film’s op
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KAABIL - Watch it just for the impressive blind acts and an emotionally likeable first hour, as you already know about the rest, unexpectedly conceived in a twist-less filmy manner. (Review by Bobby Sing)

Beginning with an undeniable fact, there was nothing you didn’t know about KAABIL before its official release as the promotion clearly revealed it all displaying a solid confidence and now the only excitement left was in witnessing Hrithik’s blind act and the way he takes the revenge killing the ruthless rapists.


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RAEES - Shockingly strictly routine with the only enjoyable merit being the Shah Rukh-Nawaz clash. (Review By Bobby Sing)

SRK or the King Khan as he is popularly known, certainly has some serious issues with his films since MY NAME IS KHAN released in 2010. At times it’s an old subject that becomes the problem but most of the times it’s the script and the writing which bru
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KHAIDI NO. 150 (Telugu) - A power-packed comeback film from the BOSS, bringing forward three socially relevant issues along with the typical entertaining format of a double role. (Review by Bobby Sing)

Chiranjeevi (The Boss) is back in style and though he hasn’t got anything new to offer in terms of the basic plot, the veteran still successfully manages to provide the much awaited masala entertainment
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SARVANN (Punjabi) - Didn\'t expect such a weak and irresponsible film from a talented team, poorly mixing the elements of Rajesh Khanna\'s ROTI and DUSHMAN. (Review by Bobby Sing)

Before talking about the film, would like to mention the exclusive features of this project raising the expectations of both the viewers as well as the Punjabi Film Industry considering it as their much awaited gateway.


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COFFEE WITH D - Another inspired but interesting idea gets lost in a confused and faulty execution. (Review by Bobby Sing)

It’s more exciting to watch a film you know nothing about in comparison to a much talked about and publicized mega venture. But it’s also really disappointing when it turns out to be just another inspired film based on an interesting idea that eventually becomes a victim of a largely confused, tacky and faulty execution.


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OK JAANU - If only two good-looking faces are all you are looking for in a supposedly new-age love story. (Review by Bobby Sing)

OK JAANU is the second official remake of a Maniratnam film by director Shaad Ali (post SAATHIYA/2002) that unfortunately fails to generate any kind of excitement, passion or love amongst its viewers, especially the youngsters
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HARAAMKHOR - It\'s not just the leading actors but the two kids who actually save this film from becoming a tough watch. (Review by Bobby Sing)

Addressing an important ‘under-carpet’ issue, HARAAMKHOR is unarguably a commendable debut in terms of creating an authentic environment and extracting brilliant performances from the well-chosen cast by the writer-director Shlok Sharma.


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XXX: RETURN OF XANDER CAGE (English) - Fultoo-action oriented our kind of paisa-vasool filmy entertainment. (Review by Bobby Sing)

One obviously isn’t there to see a Vin Diesel XXX series film for any fresh-novel storyline or out of the box cinema. A ticket is bought for such films to watch some outstanding actions sequences performed by the known stars and it’s truly an icing on the cake when it even features Hindi cinema’s leading
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RANGITARANGA (Kannada/2015) - A well-shot and skillfully directed mystery thriller with a fine mix of horror and suspense. (Review by Bobby Sing)

RangiTarangaRangiTaranga (meaning ‘colourful wave’), though might not be a per
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INDRU NETRU NAALAI (Tamil/2015) - Probably the 'Best Time Travel film' from Indian Cinema till date with its complete focus on entertainment following an extremely well-written narrative travelling through its various timelines. (Movies To See Before You Die - Adventure/Thriller)

Films based on the theme of ‘Time Travel’ can largely be divided into two different categories as conceived and designed by the renowned directors of World Cinema in the last few decades.
One - focusing completely on the thrill, entertainment and humour element in the concept of visiting the past or future.
And two - looking at it in a more introspective and complex manner with a multi-layered kind of narrative targeting a particular section of viewers, missing the fun and entertainment quotient.<
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24 / TIME STORY (Tamil/Hindi/2016) - A fine one-time watch entertaining sci-fi thriller revolving around a time-travel gadget. (Review by Bobby Sing)

Indian Cinema hasn’t got many enjoyable films in the genre of ‘Time-Travel Science Fictions’ to be referred as ‘must watch’ ventures. Thankfully here we have at least an above average film that can easily be seen as a one-time watch, well complimented by its graphics and performances led by a spirited and energetic http://www.bobbytalkscinema.com/recentpost.php?postid=1670

MOTOR MITRAAN DI (Punjabi) - Just noble intentions cannot save a loud, amateurish comedy taking the viewers for granted. (Review by Bobby Sing)

Beginning with the praises, director Amitoj Mann always manages to come up with a fresh and different story idea in his every new film, but his chosen themes (ironically) remain much more interesting and potent only till you watch the film.


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FIRST RANK RAJU (Kannada/2015) - A perfect script for a worthy successor of 3 IDIOTS. (Review By Bobby Sing)

First-Rank-Raju

3 IDIOTS (from Hindi Cinema) is widely considered as the most famous and note-worthy film made on the subject of ‘questionable educa
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From handwritten letters to Gif images : The way we have lost the human touch and warmth to these gadgets - By Bobby Sing

From Letters to Gifs

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Top Ten Hindi Films Released in 2016 (with the highest BTC ratings) - by Bobby Sing

2016 was no doubt a highly disappointing year in terms of Hindi film music despite much awaited projects coming from the reputed composers and major production houses.  Thankfully we still had some worth watching films releasing in the year with two particular ones also moving into the http://www.bobbytalkscinema.com/recentpost.php?postid=1666

SAKA : The Martyrs of Nankana Sahib (Punjabi) - Such attempts should only be made when one has got the required budget and a bold vision to do complete justice with the subject. [TTP (To The Point) Review by Bobby Sing]

One of the most brutal and unforgettable chapters of the (recent) Sikh history is the massacre of Nankana Sahib (birthplace of Guru Nanak now in Pakistan) that took place in February 1921 when more than 150 Sikhs were killed in their peaceful revolt against the Mahants (Chiefs
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HOLDING BACK (Short Hindi Film) - A thought provoking short film that alarmingly reminds you of the most certain fact of life... i.e. DEATH. (Review By Bobby Sing)

\"HoldingThis real life inspired short film titled HOLDING BACK strongly points towards the one subject people are even scared of discussing and talking about, the only undeniable truth, th
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ZORAWAR (Punjabi) - A father-son crime drama strongly generating a feel of the forgettable 80s with only one man making an impact & he is Pavan Malhotra. [TTP (To The Point) Review By Bobby Sing]

Beginning with the initial thirty minutes reminding you of the highly clichéd 80s family-cum-action drama, ZORAWAR loses its major marks right away due to some clear miscasts, so casual way of dialogue delivery by the lead and a very familiar kind of story progression with neither any pace or some inspiring, impact
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CHAURANGA - A typical festival film on rural India with nothing new, especially for the viewers well familiar with the art-cinema wave of the 70s and 80s. [TTP (To the Point) Review By Bobby Sing]

Directed by debutant Bikas Mishra, CHAURANGA seems to be a typical ‘rural India based film’ particularly made for the festival audience instead of the general public to be straight. Though it boldly showcases the ages old awful realities of caste system, social div
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LA LA LAND (English) - A colourful, romantic musical full of many well-conceived, beautiful frames that unfortunately has the same old story plot lacking the novelty factor. (Review by Bobby Sing)

Hindi films are widely known as ‘musicals’ all over the world due to their essential feature of songs and dances included in almost every film. But still Hindi film lovers cannot form an instant relationship or liking for a ‘English musical’ to be honest, as the songs in them are presented in an entirely different manner (like a show) with a f
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WAH TAJ! - An unnecessary film made on the script more apt for a satirical play. (Review By Bobby Sing)

One of the most famous hit comedy plays in Delhi theater circle happens to be TAJ MAHAL KA TENDER that is still played in various auditoriums around Delhi-NCR almost every six months on a regular basis. It’s a fictional satire assuming the Taj Mahal being made in a corrupt system and Shah Jehan calling in tenders fo
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DANGAL - A fine Indian Sports movie that tells you about the sport too, creating an authentic, emotional environment through all natural acts & a masterstroke in its second half differentiating it from the recent similar films. (Review By Bobby Sing)

\"Dangal\"As a widely known fact DANGAL is based on the real life inspiring story of Mahavir Singh Phogat and his daughters
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WAJAH TUM HO - The only valuable but indirect message of the film is that one essentially needs to work on Digital Security first before Digital India. (Review by Bobby Sing)

Post HATE STORY 2 and 3, director Vishal Pandya returns with WAJAH TUM HO which is a typical Pandya venture relying more on the forced sensu
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