The makers of Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2 (PKP2) should sue the CBFC for beeping out portions of punchy dialogues because the lines happened to be prefixed or suffixed with cuss words. Five minutes into the film, there are some six be...eps that act as irritants. Come on Censors, the film is certified A, then why moral police things further? That apart, there is not much difference between Luv Ranjans PKP2 and its prequel. The same philosophy -- women nag, which is why men prefer to sh*g -- is flogged. There are several LOL moments in the first half, when the roomies initially find love.
Review Description: Movie review: Talvar -No Spoilers- This is not a movie, its REALITY in your face. How often we leave movie theater shaken from the core, head hanging in shame and heart full of anger. Thats TALVAR for you. Lame judiciary and stupid insensitive Police department /CBI will leave your senses numb. This is most discussed legal case, yet the movie reveals many more intricate details of the double murder. Must watch for as astute moviegoer. It excels in all departments. Acting, direction, screenplay and subtle background score enhances every frame of movie. Editing could have be a little more tighter but it doesnt hamper the overall effect. Superb execution of an emotionally filled case. Gripping from the first frame till the last. Its a suspense thriller story told in a fascinating manner. It surely invokes senses of the watchers. Watch it. Theres hope for justice. Well done Meghna Gulzar. Thank you for making this movie.
Review Description: Singh Is Bliing is an action comedy film directed by Prabhudeva. The film stars Akshay Kumar, Amy Jackson and Lara Dutta in the lead roles. And its not sequel of Singh Is King as far as story-line is concerned. Okay so the film tells the story of Raftaar Singh (Akshay Kumar). Raftaar Singh is living happily in his village. But he is the biggest irritant of his father (Yograj Singh). And an emotional mother. As it is common in Punjabi films (not in real), he is irresponsible and always looking for fun with his friends. One day his father feds up and asks him to go to Goa and do some work for his friend there. Upon reaching in Goa, he impresses his new boss with his enthusiasm and out of the box thinking. Soon he meets his lady love Sara (Amy Jackson) there. But the problem is that she cannot speak Hindi while Raftaar cannot understand English. Then he is joined by the lovable Emily (Lara Dutta) as a translator who almost ruins their budding love. Will Raftaar Singh, who cant even communicate properly be able to win her over in a distant and dangerous land? Watch the film to find out. The only surprise element so far has been Sunny Leone. Performances: When it comes to comedy, no one can beat Akshay Kumar. This film is all about Akshay Kumar. He rules the character from the first frame itself. Amy Jackson does a decent job. She still needs to improve her dialogue delivery. Lara Dutta as Emily, acts well in comedy scenes. Hope, this film will help her to get new projects ahead. If I do consider other films of Prabhudeva, this film does not even touch that mark. But still its watchable. It includes comedy and action too. Screenplay is decent. Editing could have been done in a better way. This movie has a boring second-half. Wrapping Up:- Go for: • Akshay Kumar • Comedy Bypass it for: • Second half of the film • Overall Story
I watched the movie kis kisko pyaar karoon on the 1st day of its release itself. The movie attracted most of its audience for it is starring Kapil Sharma who is nowadays being called upon as peoples favourite. The expectations from him and the movie were very high, but unfortunately I believe it wasnt upto the mark. The directors promised a good bit of comedy in the movie, but somehow they ended up on quite foolish and childish jokes. The dialogues and the jokes werent even really new or interesting. The movies story as well was too unrealistic, creating misfortunes to some extremely unbelievable extents. Hence, the movie overall was a below average effort considering the expectations the team drew from its spectators.