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Review: Raees

Raees

Raees

Genre: Action, Crime, Thriller
Duration: 143 Minutes
Language: Hindi
India Release Date: 25-JAN-2017
Pick-D-Flick Rating: 3.50 on 5 ()

Plot:
Criticizing the prohibition of alcohol, prostitution and illegal drugs in Gujarat, this film unfolds the story of a cruel and clever bootlegger, whose business is challenged by a tough cop.

Overall Review:
The Badshah of Bollywood has arrived with his career’s best performance. Directed by Rahul Dholakia, the story of Raess revolves around a Gujarat based bootlegger named Raees Alam played by Shah Rukh Khan and police officer Majumdar played by Nawazuddin Siddiqui. The story is set in early 80’s to 90’s Gujarat when alcohol was banned in Gujarat...

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Review: M.S. Dhoni – The Untold Story

MS Dhoni

MS Dhoni

Genre: Biography, Sport
Duration: 190 minutes
Language: Hindi
India Release Date: 30-SEP-2016
Pick-D-Flick Rating: 3.25 on 5 (Just short of Six)

Plot:
The untold story of Dhoni’s journey from ticket collector to trophy collector – the world-cup-winning captain of the Indian Cricket Team.

Overall Review:
MSD is an Indian biographical film, based on the life of Indian cricketer and the current ODI / T20 captain of the Indian national cricket team, Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Most of us know him as a successful cricketer but very few know him as Ticket Collector in Railway Department. The film is directed by Neeraj Pandey (Baby, Special 26, A Wednesday)...

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Review: Shaandaar

Shaandaar

Shaandaar

Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
Duration: 144 minutes
Language: Hindi
India Release Date: 22-OCT-2015

Plot: Shahid Kapoor plays Jaginder Joginder, a wedding planner who is planning Alia’s elder sister’s wedding. Shahid and Alia’s dad Pankaj Kapur seem to have a tumultuous relationship. While Shahid looks the part of the Mills-and-Boons lead hero, Alia is convincing as a glamorous heroine.

Overall Review: The BIG FAT SHAANDAAR Indian Wedding OR should I Say India’s first destination wedding movie having unique script?? Shaandaar is dramatically different from Bahl’s breakthrough directorial debut: Queen. The treatment of the film reminds me of the Fairy Tale with lots of VFX, animations,
& an expensive sets...

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