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HASEENA PARKAR - Another repetitive, unnecessary film made on a subject nobody is interested in. [TTP (To The Point) Review by Bobby Sing)
23 Sep, 2017 | Movie Reviews / 2017 Releases

As if DADDY (made on the life of Mumbai’s Arun Gawli released recently) was not enough, this week we have another film based on repetitive gangsters, gang-wars and the underworld rule in the 90s with nothing fresh or novel. However for a change, this time its about a female controversial figure as Dawood’s sister operating in Mumbai on her brother’s behalf.

But unfortunately even this novel change offers nothing beyond the seen before or the usual and that too enrolling the actors who don’t even suit the roles they are playing including the lead character.

Another poorly visualized film like this week’s BHOOMI, hope this clearly conveys the makers that this is one subject they should stop making films on, unless it has something shockingly surprising in store never dealt or disclosed before.
Rating : 1 / 5
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