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Movie encapsulates tale of an ordinary man rising to become a don
An engrossing film, drama, heroics, emotional trajectories do creep in, for after all the film is not a documentary from ISRO but a feature salute to the ISRO achievement
The directorial version starts with the protagonist Sanjay Kumar (a brooding John Abraham) being unwilling to sort out marital issues with wife Nandita (Mrunal Thakur)
The plot is revolves around Regina and she is at her best portraying different shades of the role as the story is told again and again until the real truth gets revealed.
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Movie: Manmadhudu 2;
Director: Rahul Ravindran;
Cast: Nagarjuna, Rakul Preet Singh, Vennela Kishore
Cast: Anasuya Bharadwaj, Ranadhir
Director: Rajesh Nadendla
Irrelevance and drab one liners rule the day. It is difficult to believe that you have paid for a A grade film ticket.
Director: James Bobin; Isabela Moner, Eva Longoria , Michael Peña, Eugenio Derbez, Jeff Wahlberg
Beecham House suffers from a British Raj hangover and a loosely-woven script
Sonakshi in a role that could have got her back into the reckoning of box office numbers, fumbles and flutters with an achingly loud seeming Punjabi accent
Director: David Leitch; Cast: Dwayne Johnson, Jason Statham, Idris Elba, Vanessa Kirby, Helen Mirren
The narrative rarely gets dull, and on the contrary, keeps the viewer engrossed from the first to the last frame. ‘Rakshasudu’, in this context, could open up a new era of commercial format for Telugu films.
The laborious attempt to raise a few guffaws is contrived to a fault and not a fowl full of feathers could tickle you to laughter.
Hussain Dalal makes best use of his screen space. The heroine as is only expected is a specialist in the kind of roles about which a character in the film
The movie is of overcoming fears, fighting tears, and at the end winning what we love. And the story is not about a hero fighting for what he loves but it is about helping out the heroine in her fight
The Big Event in Season 2 is, of course, the untouchable Meryl Streep.
The film dredges and drudges its confused task of filling valour in a guy who loses and paints a pale colour on another who ends up being an ideological turncoat.
The Bertie Wooster knack to get into trouble is inherited by Varun (Omkar Kapoor) and his buddy Karan (Sunny Singh) - two unemployed guys in Mauritius
In times when we fight against one another for trivial matters like the food we eat, Mufasa stresses on the Circle of Life.