Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na

"So when do you know it's love?" Two best friends being convinced that they are not in love search for each other's love. (Read More)

To me, 'Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na' surprisingly felt refreshing. I mean, from the looks of it (in teasers and trailers) and from the synopsis it seems like the clichéd love story with supporting friends and families. And you know what? That's exactly what it is. So what's new? Hmm, well it's the... (Read More)

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PRINCE It's Showtime ... Nothing and No One Can Be Trusted..... One of the savviest thieves in the world commits the biggest heist of his life... Are you ready for some Hollywood ishtyle action? And are you prepared to watch some sizzling Bollywood beach babes in Bikini? Then here is an action... (Read More)

Yes, you heard it right. I was expecting this to be a ridiculous B movie with loads of cheesy one liners, stunts galore and humongous dose of eye candy. It delivers on all fronts. several reviewers before me were disappointed cause this was not "good". All I can say is come to your senses man.... (Read More)

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Two blundering terrorists with lofty ideologies, but ordinary talent, on a mission to change the world. (Read More)

Director does not know his craft for sure. There is not a single scene where you can appreciate his work, rather he drags scenes so it comes as slap than slapstick. Writers had a good idea but execution and development are really not worthy. Like teli shopping style of arms showcasing could have... (Read More)

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"Honor Was Their Code." Two U.S. Marines in WWII are assigned to protect Navajo Marines who use their native language as an unbreakable radio cypher. (Read More)

Following the justifiably forgotten Hard Target, the formulaic Broken Arrow, the magnificent Face/Off and the trash metal Mission Impossible 2, Windtalkers marks the next step in John Woo's unsteady path through Hollywood, and his most mature mainstream movie yet.The plot revolves around Sergeant... (Read More)

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An experienced investigator confronts several conflicting theories about the perpetrators of a violent double homicide. (Read More)

The 2008 murder of Aarushi Talwar and Hemraj Banjade and the subsequent investigations, of which Guilty/Talvar is the fictionalized account, are complex, with multiple official points of view, compromised evidence, and of course breathless media accounts with unnamed sources, rumours and innuendo.... (Read More)

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