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Thursday, 29 April 2010

Betting Bangarraju Telugu Online Movie 2010 Full And Review

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Movie Review : Betting Bangarraju
Rating : 2.75/5
Banner : Usha Kiron Movies
Cast : Allari Naresh, Nidhi, Kota, Raghu Babu, Amit, Samrat, Sri Akshay, Pilla Prasad, Vijay Sai, Krishna Bhagawan, L B Sriram, Chalapathi Rao, Surekha Vani, Sana, Kalyani, Duvvasi Mohan and Others
Music : Sekhar Chandra
Cinematography : Karuna Murthy
Producer: Ramoji Rao
Director: E Satti Babu
Released Date: April 09, 2010
Allari Naresh’s latest laugh riot Betting Bangarraju is out with lot of expectations and we can say that he might win this bet, but only with a very narrow margin.

Delving into the story, we see Naresh appearing as Bangarraju a ‘fit-for-nothing’ youngster, who passes his day by indulging in petty stuff. As he has nothing worthy to do always looks out for hapless people and convinces them for a bet and eventually wins the bet with his extra ordinary intellect.

He is happily placed in a Konaseema village and he maintains good distance with girls as he believes that one should not talk to a girl before marriage. But his character suddenly takes a turn and wishes to go to a city and to love and marry a girl living in the city, due to an unexpected experience.

Soon the idea of a city girl strikes, he lands up in Hyderabad looking out for his better half. He sees the girl he wants in Nidhi. But to his dismay if has to win her over, he has to prove that he is better than other three guys who have proposed to Nidhi. What happens after that, how he proves to Nidhi and her family that he is a better guy than other guys is the crux of the story.

Like any other Allari Naresh film, Betting Bangarraju also comes with a wafer thin storyline. But the USP of his films lies in generating comedy through dialogues and in making each and every scene as hilarious as possible.

Here is where we find the comical magic waning a bit. While dialogue writer Gandham Nagaraju has done his best to emanate comedy from dialogues, scenes have not been perfectly constructed to produce comedy. Because, title being Betting Bangarraju one expects that the hero wins over by playing extremely funny bets and in the process hilarious incidents occur. But we don’t find any such things in BB and except for some surprises the film passes off on expected lines.

Coming to performances, Allari Naresh has already been thoroughly experienced in performing roles like this and it’s a cakewalk for him. Though he appears his usual self with perfect ease, the role offers nothing new for him to explore. New girl Nidhi is apt for her role and makes a passable debut. This movie stars a huge star cast like Kota, Krishna Bhagawan, Raghu Babu, Vijay Sai, Chalapati Rao, Giri Babu, comedian Venu, Samrat, Sana, Amit, among others. Though all of them did their best, no one has got a role which stands out.

There is one very lean guy who appears in ‘dead body comedy track’ who brings up some what different dimension to the regular comedy.

Young music director Shekar Chandra who gave soulful music to ‘Nachavule’ provides music. Title song is racy and impressive. There is also one nice feel oriented love song in the second half which is impressive.

This movie is made by Usha Kiron movies and as such though sports better production values cinematography and editing are just adequate.

You can enjoy this movie just like any other Allari Naresh movie, but only if you enter the theatre without any expectations.

Released on: 9th April, 2010

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Yesteryear film Maro Charitra (1978), directed by K Balachandar is like a dictionary for love subjects. The movie starred Kamal Haasan in the lead role as a protagonist and Saritha in the female lead. Later it was remade in Hindi as Ek Duuje Ke Liye in 1981.

Buzz up!
Now producer Dil Raju has remade the film under the direction of Ravi Yadav in a way to suit the current generation. Varun Sandesh and Anita are playing the lead roles .


The Story:
The story revolves around Balu (Varun) who falls in love at first sight with the neighboring girl Swapna (Anita). She too falls for him instantly. But Balu's father (Prathap) and Swapna’s mother, Durga (Urvashi) oppose their love. They ask them to remain separate for one year and after one year still if they are in love, they can get married, for which the couples agrees. What happens in one year forms the rest of the story.

The Review:
Audience should not compare the artists or the film with the earlier version. In the first half of the movie, director has maintained a good rhythm in the story, it has a good flow But audience is tortured in second half. Specially, emotional scenes has lost its sensitivity and it makes mockery of classic version.

Artistic Performances:
Varun Sandesh is energetic and has given reasonably okay performance but he gives an impression that he has not matured as a actor, specially while doing an emotional scenes. Because the movie is banking on emotions, he would have done some home work. Anita looks charming and seems has a long way to go. She should learn to dub her voice or else she may lose her credentials because the voice dubbed in the film has become a laughing stock. Shraddha Das has got a decent role where she had an opportunity to prove her acting. She has come out from glamorous image and has given good performance. Prathap K. Pothan, Urvashi, Adarsh have done justice to their roles.

Technical Performances:
Director Ravi Yadav has failed to reach the people's expectation. One might wonder why he opted a US background. In the first half, the narration is okay but in second half it's a disaster. The movie is fully bored in the second half by poorly written scenes. But his cinematography is excellent, in fact it is one of the highlights of the film. Music by Mickey J Meyar is good in the case of at least three songs. ' Bhale Bhale Mogadivoi Bangaru Naa Saamivoi' and Ye Theega Poovuno Ye Komma Chetino are retained from the original. Editing by Marthand K Venkatesh is okay.

Conclusion:
On the whole, Maro Charitra is a decent product which should not be compared with the classic version. The movie is only for Varun Sandesh, Anita and Shraddha fans.

Screenplay, direction, cinematography: Ravi Yadav

Music: Mickey J Meyer

Editing: Marthand K Venkatesh

Producers : Dil Raju

Banner : Matinee Entertainiments Pvt Ltd

Wednesday, 28 April 2010

Prasthanam Telugu Online Movie Full And Review

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Cast: Sharwanand, Sandeep, Sai Kumar, Ruby Parihar, Jeeva, Jaya Prakash reddy, Surekha vani, Reshma, Master Atiluth and others.

Music: Mahesh shanker

Director: Deva Katta

Producer: Vallabhaneni Ravi

Release date: April 16th, 2010

‘Prasthanam’ is another movie release of Tollywood hero Sharwanand. This movie is not for the family audiences, but is aimed at all the intellectual telugu people.

Story

Loki(sai Kumar) is a follower of a political leader and is benevolent in his duty. Unfortunately, the leader gets killed in a conspiracy and Loki is handed over with the leadership post.

Due to some unpredictable incidents, Loki is forced to marry the widow of the dead leader and is handed over with the look after duty of the dead leaders’ wife and his children.

Mitra( Sharwanand) follows loki’s path in all ways and struggled hard to make Loki as an MLA. He becomes a youth leader in the surroundings and has good following. Loki own son China(Sandeep) is a bit typical minded guy, who has a power and pride in his first thinking. He enters politics, but is insecure with the presence of Mitra.

Chinna commits one mistake and the other in order to go according to his thinking. His family is thrown into turmoil due to his deeds. Mitra discovers a shocking truth about his life and the death of the leader.

The rest of the story is a big suspense, which has to be seen on the big screen.

Performances

Sharwanand looks matured in the role of Mitra in ‘Prasthanam’. He has done justice to his role of Mitra and will reap the accolades.

Sandeep is remarkable in playing his character of ‘Prasthanam’. He has done superb acting and sets the mood of the audiences on the cinema.

Sai Kumar is a great actor and has done justice to the role in ‘Prasthanam’. The rest the star cast like Jeeva, Jaya Prakash and Ruby add life to the movie. Reshma has done her role excellently and needs more such chances for a better future.

Music by Mahesh is average and suits to the theme of the film ‘Prasthanam’. The movie is a serious and intense political thriller and the director Deva katta has given his best piece of direction to this movie.

On the whole, this movie ‘Prasthanam’ has the intensity to entertain the serious film viewers and will surely have a week long to tend days life at the box office.

Tuesday, 20 April 2010

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Review:
Film: “Phoonk 2″
Cast: Sudeep, Amruta Khanvilkar, Neeru, Amit Sadh, Ahasaas Channa
Director: Milind Gadagkar
Producer: Ram Gopal Varma
Rating: 2.5

“Phoonk 2″ is definitely not the scariest film we’ve seen. Ram Gopal Varma’s terror theme has clearly run its course.

Perched somewhere between crowing (ahem ahem) about the supernatural and crying over the nerve-wracking disruption of domestic harmony by a ghost which just won’t go away, “Phoonk 2″ is like that promised roller-coaster ride which gets aborted in the first lap because of a short circuit.

It’s not really Varma or his director Milind Gadagkar’s fault. It’s the nature of the material. Varma’s love for horror has never extended beyond there’s-something-under-the-bed kind of unwarranted foreboding that we all feel in a new environment. In a majority of his horror films, a family moves into a new haunted home and experiences the eerie.

Ironically, Varma’s best effort in the horror genre was “Kaun” where the victim of terror (Urmila Matondkar) was stalked by unseen forces in her own home. The terror, it turned out was not under the bed, but in the mentally disturbed girl’s head.

There wasn’t much terror, let alone horror, in “Phoonk”. Under the bed, or in the head. In “Phoonk 2″ the characters’ screeching plea to have us believe they are under immediate peril is sadly not communicated to the viewers. We remain tragically detached from the trauma of Kannada star Sudeep’s family.

Haven’t we seen it all? By now the trademark Varma camera movements, here manoeuvred with emphatic energy by cinematographer Charles Meher, and the intricate cluttered but effective sound design by Jayesh Dhakkan and Jayant Vajpayee do nothing to suck us into the plot.

The technique remains unfastened to the characters. Their desperate attempts to get away from the supernatural remain desperately detached from the audience.

At the end of the two hours into the zone of error-terror we are left wondering why Varma threw open a contest inviting any viewer to undergo an ECG to check his heart beats.

It is this film that needs a respiratory system. Varma’s last horror outing “Agyaat” with its spooky ominous wide-open jungles was far more gripping. In “Phoonk 2″, you wonder what the fuss is about. These people have nothing to fear except fear itself.

And yes, Varma was right. The crow does come up with the best performance. And that’s nothing to crow about.

Monday, 19 April 2010

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Saturday, 17 April 2010

Paathshala Hindi Online Movie Full And Review 2010

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Shahid Kapur
Ayesha Takia
Nana Patekar
Sunil Shetty
Swini Khera
Dwij Yadav
Ali Haji
Kurush Deboo
Bicky Ahuja
Kainaz
Sushant Singh
Director : Milind Ukey
Producer : Ahmed Khan
Music Composer : Hanif
Every film lover around knows that a film titled as Paathshala is being made but still the time has not come for it to turn up the heat.

This situation can change after October 17 as Big Pictures is all set to release the trailer of the movie.

The presence of the youth sensation Shahid Kapur in the movie is sure to get the film much mileage and once the promos gets out from the next day on the big screens; it is just a matter of some days for the film to become a hot property high on the most awaited list.

The trailer of the film will be shown with the forthcoming movie Karzzzz.Paathshala is directed by the award winning Marathi director Milind Ukey and has music composed by Hanif.

The other cast members are Nana Patekar, Ayesha Takia, Sunny Singh, Shraddha Arya and Sushant Singh.

Famous child artists Swini Khare, Ali Haji, Dwij Yadav are also doing key roles in Paathshala.

The story of the film is based on the Indian education system and speaks about some contemporary and socially relevant issues relating to children.

Paathshala will hit the big screens in January 2009.

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Paathshaala is a forthcoming Bollywood film that stars Shahid Kapoor and Ayesha Takia in the lead roles. It is directed by Milind Ukey and produced by Ahmed Khan. The film revolves around kids and is set in a school campus. Shooting of the film commenced from January 27. Hanif, is scoring the music of the film. Adlabs is backing the project.

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Directed by award winning Marathi film director Milind Ukey, the film stars Shahid Kapur, Nana Patekar, Ayesha Takia, Sushant Singh and popular child artistes Swini Khare (Cheeni Kum), Ali Haji (Fanaa, Partner), Dwij Yadav (Nanhe Jaiselmer), former child artiste Sunny Singh (Dekh Bhai Dekh) and Shraddha Arya. Music has been composed by Hanif.

Paathshala is set against the backdrop of the Indian education system and deals with contemporary and socially relevant issues regarding children. A perfect mix of emotions, comedy and drama, Paathshala carries a heartfelt message for children, parents and teachers.

Thursday, 15 April 2010

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Film: “Prince: It’s Showtime”
Starring: Vivek Oberoi, Nandana Sen, Aruna Shields, Neeru Singh, Sanjay Kapoor and Dalip Tahil
Directed by: Kookie Gulati
Rating: 2star

Look what the cool cat dragged in! It’s not a bird (though he does fly across the sky). It’s not a plane (though many of those in many shapes and sizes are seen hovering in the film’s spectrally-shot skyline). And it’s definitely not Superman. Though Mr Oberoi wouldn’t mind being one.

Hey guys, it’s our own Vivek Oberoi, playing hard-ball with various girls, gadgets gizmos and gimmicks.

Vivek plays Prince, a James Bond on a mission not quite impossible travelling at a speed faster than sound. Prince has no choice. He has lost all his memory which has been sucked out of him like juice gone through a sugarcane grinder.

To his credit, Oberoi carries off the ceaseless stint with the stunt with arresting aplomb. Most often because of his memory loss we see him wearing a look like he just smelt something foul in the kitchen and isn’t sure if it’s the milk got burnt or his mom’s favourite recipe simmering in a pot.

Oh, there are no weeping moms in the potty plot. Only screeching wheels, high-octane stunts and high-octave songs shot mostly like music videos rather than as integral parts of the story. And then there are the 3 Mayas, each trying to outdo the other in the stunts and the clothes, or lack of them. They all seem to love our hero to death, an entity which lurks in every slick corner of this emotion-less but attractive package of oomph and wallops.

Where, you are not allowed to wonder, is the plot leading to? Why is Prince so hyper about his memory-loss? It will come back to him, like a blast from the past. Quite like the bolt that finally hits the film’s arch villain Sarang (played by someone called Isaiah).

Oberoi’s Prince goes into convulsions of self-doubt.

Be warned. Prince is more the Bourne territory than “Ghajini”. The expertly-executed stunts (Allan Amin, you are the man!) frequently see our hero jumping down high-rise buildings in breathtaking leaps of fate, with the camera (Vishnu Rao) pulling back in respectful awe. Of course our Prince is essentially shock-proof and crease-free. Don’t mind the bruises, scratches, bandages and, yes I forgot, the memory lapse. Prince is invincible!!!

So when was the last time you viewed a film where the heist-happy hero undertakes fifty adventures in museums and banks stealing diamonds and merchandise worth trillions?

John Abraham in “Dhoom”, Hrithik Roshan in “Dhoom 2″, Ajay Devgn in “Cash”?

You get the drift. Just float away in the stylish mumbo-jumbo that debutant director Kookie Gulati serves up with the swaggering flamboyance of an arms-merchant who loves his guns.

“Prince It’s Showtime” wears its super-cool shirt with the slogan ‘Come Watch Me’ with a little bit too much aggression. But if you love popcorn crunching adventure stories watch Vivek Oberoi play the hero.

Oberoi pulls it off. Effectively.

Wednesday, 14 April 2010

Varudu Telugu Online Movie Full 2010 And Review

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Direction: Gunasekhar, Production: DVV Danayya, Cast: Allu Arjun and others, Music: Mani Sharma, Banner:Universal Media, Rating: 3/5
Story:
Sandy is a straight forward guy who believes in love but never falls in love but loved by all. Sandy finishes his college and gets a job in U.S .Before he moves to U.S his mom suggests him to get married. With surprise he says he is fine with it and says to look for girls. Sandy’s friends try to convey him that he should fall in love rather than getting arranged marriage. But he feels that he has not find the right girl, if he would get then he will do anything to get her.
Sandy’s Mom finds a bride (named Deepti) for him and says him to look photos and let her know if he likes her. But he denies to look the photos of the girl and tells them that he is ready to get married with her and will look her at the time of wedding and also convince their parents that the marriage should go on within 5 days and should invite all there relatives.
When the marriage is all set to go, at the time of wedding, bride gets kidnapped. Nobody knows who took her, police and the government have no clues and gives up. Sandy believes that Deepti is the one for him and falls in love at the first sight. He promises that he will find her at any cost and will get her back and get married.
He starts looking for her and finally finds that she is kidnapped by a psycho man, who is in love with her and likes to sleep with her. He lets the police know about it but they give up saying that he is a psycho man and he behaves in a very strange manner and is cruel. So finally Sandy goes after him to get the girl. He kicks some *** and gets the girl and challenges psycho man to get the girl at the time of wedding, if he is brave enough.
Sandy gets married to Deepthi finally, but Psycho man appears at the wedding andchallenges to fight with him.Sandy finally kills him and gets the girl.


Analysis:
First half of the movie is good and will keep u entertained.Second half is bit too long and in some of the places looks like bits cutt off and added together.
Music is good and worth listening.
Final fight scene is good and different.Graphics are good as well, looks like the same guys who did Magadheera..
Arya (Tamil actor) too good in a negative role .
Allu Arjun looks good and acts well.Choreography is not that great.
Final conclusion….Not too bad could have been better….Will run for a long time in theater…

Saturday, 10 April 2010

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Film: “Jaane Kahan Se Aayi Hai”

Cast: Riteish Deshmukh, Jacqueline Fernandez, Ruslaan Mumtaz, Vishal Malhotra

Writer-Director: Milap Jhaveri

Rating: 2.5

They don’t make’em like they used to. Those wholesome take-home-to-mama type of girls. And they don’t make such innocent ‘yeh-kahan-aa-gaye-hum’ rom-coms either. So naturally, or not so naturally, writer-turned-director Milap Zaveri gets his heroine, the toothy, endearing, and fetching Jacqueline Fernandez to fly down to earth from Venus. One-way, business-class.

Women, we were always told, were from Venus. Now we’ve proof of that.

Many of the film’s most likeable moments send out inoffensive echoes of Hollywood comedies about ladies from another world, like “Splash” and “My Girlfriend Is An Alien”. The final brew is aromatic in scent and minty in taste. The effect lasts fleetingly, though.

The situations that crop up once the alien beauty lands range from the predictable to the strained. No one in this film is in it for posterity. It’s a film done with a wink and a chuckle that communicate itself to the audience effectively.

Everyone in Zaveri’s film is looking for love — Riteish Deskhmukh more so than others. Apparently love has been eluding his character since infancy. Baba’s searching.

There’s a touch of Ram Gopal Varma’s “Rangeela” in the way the vagaries and eccentricities of the film industry are brought into play. Strangely Zaveri’s writing skills, so much on display in many of the most successful comedies in recent times, are missing in the scenes set within the film industry.

Sure, we get a good dekko at well-known stars. But they aren’t woven into the script as they were in other films about the film industry like “Guddi” and “Rangeela”.

The scenes where Riteish courts the girl from outerspace lack subtlety but get marks for grace. Riteish, a competent performer in any given circumstance, is engaging in the comic moments, but a little awkward doing the full-on roses-and-moonlight stuff. Matinee idol making girls faint, Riteish ain’t.

Ruslaan Mumtaz as his adversary in love is a pleasant surprise. Over the handful of films that this young actor has done, he shows a definite growth as an actor. He plays the ’superstar’ as a stereotype but with a dash of the human quality.

Jacqueline’s is more a presence than a performance. She is that mermaid with wings who flies at an altitude where the desi rom-com is comfortably positioned as a family affair. Absence of vulgarity and double-meanings is not always a virtue in cinema.

In “Jaane Kahan Se Aayi Hai”, it is the papier-mache pristine quality that props up the pleasant proceeds.

Don’t expect to be swept off your feet. This one is meant to tickle your fancy. And it doesn’t fall short.

Sunday, 4 April 2010

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Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar is a 1992 Bollywood sports drama film from the Indian film industry, directed by Mansoor Khan (who earlier directed Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak). The film stars Aamir Khan, Pooja Bedi, Ayesha Jhulka, Asrani, Aditya Lakhia, Mamik, Sanam Oberoi, Deepak Tijori, Kulbhushan Kharbanda, Kiran Zaveri, Anjan Srivastav, and Faisal Khan. The music was by Jatin Lalit. The title loosely translates to "he who wins is the conqueror" since Sikandar is the Hindi name for Alexander the Great. The film was a huge success at the Indian box office.
The movie is set in Dehradun- a hill station. The movie opens with the description of the various colleges in the city. The Rajput college is one which has student from affluent backgrounds with each student being an heir to a multi million fortune. In contrast is the Model college which has students from the local poor households. Other colleges include Xaviers college and Queens college, the latter being an all girls college with the guys from all three colleges trying to woo them.
The highlight of the town is the annual inter-college sports Cup with a marathon cycle race as the main event. In the beginning of the film the race is keenly contested between Ratan Lal Sharma of Model college and Shekhar Malhotra of Rajput college with the latter winning the race because Ratan had an inferior bike. After the race both are felicitated by their respective schools. Shekhar being rich and now the local champion is cocky and arrogant.
Sanjay Lal Sharma a.k.a Sanju is Ratan's younger brother and is everything that Ratan is not. He's a carefree youngster who is full of himself and is always in trouble with his father Ramlal, who wants him to act more maturely and become responsible like Ratan. Sanju and his little gang, which includes Anjali (who has a crush on Sanju), bunk sports to smoke cigarettes and roam around town. Anjali and her dad run a vehicle repair shop and Anjali's father asks his daughter to stay away from Sanju.
Ramlal and his family run a small cafe which is the hangout spot for most of the college students. A number of scuffles occur between Sanju and Shekhar because of Shekhar's attempts to humiliate Ratan and his dad. Enter Devika (Pooja Bedi), who immediately catches the fancy of both Sanju and Shekhar. Initially she leans towards Shekhar but one day she misses her bus on the way to a picnic to meet Shekhar. Meanwhile Sanju asks Anjali for a car so that he can roam around town. While on his way he spots Devika and leaves his friends at the paan shop and gives Devika a lift. Devika upon reaching her destination finds Shekhar with another girl and goes along with Sanju who brags about his wealth etc.
Sanju's secret is ultimately revealed when during a dance competition Devika's sees him dancing in the Model college group. After the show Sanju and Devika break up. In between Sanju had quietly wasted money given to him by his father (he had saved it for Ratans new cycle) which leads to a heated argument between Sanju and his dad.
Next morning Ramlal leaves for town and Ratan is out cycling. He stops to meet his girlfriend when Shekhar and his friends pass by, a heated argument and fight ensue, which end in tragedy when Ratan accidentally falls off a cliff. While Ratan is in hospital the song "RUTH KE HAMSE" is played which depicts the true answer to the age old question "Why we should count our blessings ?"
Sanju recollects his childhood with Ratan and when his father returns they reconcile with each other. With Ratan in the hospital Sanju becomes more responsible and decides that he will participate in the race this year and give it his best for Ratan. During his training he realises his true feelings for Anjali and the two embrace each other.
A day before the race Sanju finds out about the real cause of the accident and confronts Ratan who tells him that he didn't say anything because Sanju had become responsible and closer to all of them. Ratan asks Sanju to give his best in the race if he wants to do something for him.
With his new cycle Sanju participates in the race. The race begins evenly with both Sanju and Shekhar going head to head. Somewhere in the middle the two fall and a scuffle ensues between Sanju and Shekhar. During this other cyclists have taken the lead. Shekhar heads back on track with his friends holding Sanju back. Sanju breaks free and joins the race, catching up with shekhar and finally beating him in the closing moments.
[edit]Cast

Aamir Khan – Sanjay Lal Sharma a.k.a Sanju
Ayesha Jhulka – Anjali
Pooja Bedi – Devika
Kulbhushan Kharbanda – Ramlal Sharma
Aditya Lakhia – Maksood/Ghode
Deven Bhojani – Ghansham/Ghanchu
Mamik – Ratan Lal Sharma
Sanam Oberoi – Tina
Anjan Srivastav – Race commentator
Deepak Tijori – Shekhar Malhotra
Ajit Vachani – Rajput's Principal
Kiran Zaveri – Kalpana
Deb Mukherjee – Rajput's Coach
Faisal Khan – Cameo Appearance
Imran Khan – Young Sanju
Sharokh Bharucha Young Ratan
Suraj Thapar - Rajputs Student
Jatin-Lalit - Xeviar College Student
Asrani - Teacher
Ahmed Khan(actor) - Anjali's Father
Music

Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar
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Studio album by Jatin-Lalit
Released
1992
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Label
Jatin-Lalit chronology
Yaara Dildara
(1991) Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar
(1992) Khiladi
(1992)
The music for the movie composed by Jatin Lalit. The soundtrack, their second collaboration together, helped to launch their career. "Pehla Nasha" was the first filmi song to be shot in complete slow motion and the trend caught up subsequently with many films and music videos.
No. Title Length
1. "Yahaan Ke Hum Sikander" (performed by Udit Narayan, Sadhana Sargam, Lalit Pandit)
2. "Pehla Nasha" (performed by Udit Narayan, Sadhana Sargam)
3. "Are Yaaro Mere Pyaro" (performed by Udit Narayan, Vijayeta Pandit)
4. "Humse Hai Sara Jahan" (performed by Jatin Pandit, Sadhana Sargam)
5. "Naam Hai Mera Fonseca" (performed by Amit Kumar, Alka Yagnik)
6. "Rooth Kar Humse" (performed by Jatin Pandit)
7. "Shehar Ki Pariyon" (performed by Udit Narayan, Sadhana Sargam)

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Film: “Hum Tum Aur Ghost”
Cast: Arshad Warsi, Dia Mirza, Sandhya Mridul, Boman Irani
Director: Kabir Kaushik
Rating:

The sheer delight of watching Arshad Warsi play the lead rather the supremely self-assured sidekick gives this otherwise pale romantic comedy a cutting edge.

Arshad in his own words plays a guy, who can see dead people. Wish he could see dead plots too.

The screenplay by Arshad, Soumik Sen and Arshad Ali Syed is a deadweight carried forward not by any inward conviction or compulsion, but by the producer-leading man’s will to create a slick and cool space for himself within the stifling space allotted to a one-note film about friendly spirits and a disbelieving girlfriend.

The romantic lady Dia Mirza is very adept at expressing energetic exasperation. She is whiny, clingy and bossy just like over-protective girlfriends tend to be. Arshad is very skilled at conveying the killing anxieties of cautious courtship. He reminds one of Saif Ali Khan in “Dil Chahta Hai”, though we and this baggy film are not even going there.

Arshad is ill-supported by poor writing. His character’s three-layered encounter with ghosts and their pre-burial trauma is at the most, cinematic knick-knack bereft of any subtext or layering.

Director Kabir Kaushik was far more successful getting Arshad to play a tough gritty idealistic cop in “Saher”. Here the bewildered lover boy with a hotline to the supernatural is just not in his element.

The narrative is so shallow at times that you wonder if there are ghosts of relevance hovering beyond the range of vision. But no. What we see is what we get.

While the plot totters along at a sluggish pace, sporadic moments of humour and warmth creep in willy-nilly. These are too infrequent to sustain our interest.

However, the chemistry between Arshad and Dia is first rate. They clutch at each other without awkwardness and speak to one another as though the words were not conscious of the camera. Wish this film was just about ‘Hum’ and ‘Tum’. The Ghost could have been left to the (Night) Shyamalans and Vikram Bhatts of the cine world.

Some of the music by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy is hummably romantic. Ashok Mehta’s cinematography creates a picture postcard world of over cute confections. Sadly, these are not even true confections, just artificial chocolates packed into a neat box and gift-wrapped for a unit desperate to do a desi take on the American romantic comedy.

Arshad gets it right. The rest just don’t get the point. They see dead people. We see a dead film.

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Movie Review: Rokkk; Star cast: Tanushree Dutta, Udita Goswami, Shaad Randhawa, Sachin Khedekar and Murli Sharma; Director: Rajesh Ranshinge; Rating: ** – A routine horror flick.

Anushka (Tanushree Dutta) is charged with the murder of her husband, Ravi (Sachin Khedekar), and sister-in-law, Nishita (Preeti). Anushka is sent to a mental asylum but the fact is that she is possessed by the spirit of the dead girl, which resides in the new bungalow into which she, her husband and sister-in-law had moved on their first wedding anniversary. Her husband had there- after given in to her plea to leave the haunted house as she was being hounded by a ghost there. But the ghost did not leave Anushka even in their old bungalow to which they had shifted. Ahana (Udita Goswami), the younger sister of Anushka, comes to Goa from Delhi to be by her sister’s side in her hour of need. She can’t locate her sister who has run away from the mental asylum. On probing, Ahana soon realises that it is a case of spirits and ghosts in which Anushka had got invol ved. Unable to trace her sister, Ahana sets out to solve the mystery in a bid to clear her sister’s name. She seeks the help of CBI officer Ran veer (Shaad Randhawa) and the two even meet a tantrik, Vishwat ma (Arif Zakaria), who knows the entire story about the haunted house.

Vishwatma reveals the past of the haunted house to Ahana and Ranveer. This leads Ahana to Yashoda (Ashwini Kalsekar) who further elaborates the story. What Ahana and Vish watma do thereafter is shown in the climax. Is Ahana able to trace Anushka and free her from the spirit? That is the suspense which is revealed in the latter part of the climax.

Rajesh Ranshinge’s story is routine and Haroon Rashid’s screenplay is confused and also one of convenience. The audience is not very clear about why Steve (Murali Sharma) wants the bungalow, about how Ravi had bought the bungalow, about why some people meet with instant death on encountering the spirit while others don’t die equally soon. Also, it seems weird that Ahana goes about trying to solve the mystery of the ghost rather than locating her lost sister, which should have been her first priority. The first half moves at a fairly good pace and involves the viewer but the pace drops after interval. Too much footage has been given to the tantrik, and his portions are often boring. The horror scenes are all very similar as a result of which the novelty factor dies down very fast. What are, however, good are the sound effects which create a chilly atmosphere at several places. That is to say, it is the sound which scares the audience more than the story and the scenes.

Udita Goswami does quite well. Tanushree Dutta is also fairly good. Shaad Randhawa needs to improve on his dialogue delivery and voice modulation. His mannerisms are vill ainish although he is actually an in vestigating CBI officer. Arif Zakaria should’ve been far more effective. However, more than his acting (which is nice), it is his characterisation which is to be blamed for the lack of his effectiveness. Ashwini Kalse kar leaves an impact. Sachin Khedekar does an average job. Murali Sharma is okay. Nishigandha Wad makes her presence felt in a brief role. Preeti is okay. Baby Akshita has acted ably. Imran Hashmi, Tarikesh Singh, Raju Pandit, Neha Bam and the others lend ordinary support.

Director Rajesh Ranshinge has left several questions unanswered because of which the audience is un able to experience to the fullest the thrill of a chilling suspense drama. Music (Sunil Singh) is a letdown. Background score is effective more because it is loud rather than due to its quality. Joshy Anthony’s sound has the desired effect. Hanif Sheikh’s stunts and action scenes are okay. Camerawork (by Shakil Khan) is good. Art direction (Shree Kumar Nayar) is commonplace. Editing (Raju Kapadia) is not very sharp.

Rokkk is an ordinary fare which suffers on account of a confused screenplay. It will not be able to scare the audience enough to make the film’s distributors smile.

-Sampurn

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Film: “Tum Milo Toh Sahi”
Cast: Nana Patekar, Dimple Kapadia, Suniel Shetty, Vidya Malvade, Rehan Khan, Anjana Sukhani
Director: Kabir Sadanand
Rating: 2.5

Just for the pleasure of watching Nana Patekar and Dimple Kapadia together, this quaint and sincere look at love across three generations is well worth a ‘dekko’.

Dimple, exuding a warmth that pervades the screen, plays a feisty Parsi woman who isn’t deterred let alone defeated by attempts to dismantle her dream, namely a strategic cafe where Mumbai-wallahs meet like they still do in cafes all over Kolkata for a bit of a brainy pow-wow and buttery pao.

It all adds up. The feisty Parsi lady and the cranky sullen unhappy-with-life lawyer (Nana Patekar) who helps her keep her property and not-so-promptly falls in love with the lady.

You get the picture?

Rajen Makhijani, Sameer Siddiqui and Kabir Sadanand’s screenplay cruises the realm of the known but still provides elements of freshness in the way the predictable characters are framed and photographed. Pushan Kriplani, director of photography, adds an afterglow to the already seen characters’ lives. You could feel the characters’ feelings, if you care.

There are three sets of people falling in and out of love, stumbling along that path to mutual fufilment strewn with roses and thorns. This is a film that finally exudes the scent and strength of goodness. The Dimple-Nana relationship is endearing in its nostalgic references. Both are in splendid form.

The next generation’s angst is represented by Suniel Shetty, who is restrained in a quiet but forcible way, and the surprise-packet Vidya Malvade.

Sadanand gives all his principal actors room to blossom. And that includes the third generation pair Rehaan Khan and Anjana Sukhani who are just discovering life and love. The couple is fresh, eager and raring to articulate their inner world.

The storytelling is moody and leisurely, like a stroll down a beachside on a quiet Sunday afternoon. The narrative has no sharp dips and curves. But director Kabir Sadanand is able to hold all his characters together, giving them a life and sustenance that takes them beyond stereotypes but not far enough to make them memorable creatures of the romantic zone.

Everyone from every generation wants a piece of that shimmering sky where love is more than just a Valentine’s Day slogan. “Tum Milo Toh Sahi” is not as sharp in its sensitivities on love as could have been. ‘Lekin tum dekho to sahi’.