Monday, September 16, 2013

Ram Leela (2013) Official Teaser Trailer

Ram Leela (2013) Official Teaser Trailer
Here's presenting the exclusive theatrical trailer of the most awaited film 'Ramleela' featuring Ranveer Singh & Deepika Padukone in the lead roles.

Eros International & Bhansali Productions presents 'Ramleela' a Sanjay Leela Bhansali film featuring Ranveer Singh & Deepika Padukone. The film is produced by Kishore Lulla & Sanjay Leela Bhansali & is all set to release in theaters on 15th November, 2013.

Kochadaiyaan (2013) First Look - Poster

                                                      Kochadaiyaan (2013) First Look -
Starring : Rajinikanth, Deepika Padukone, Shobana, Nasser, Jackie Shroff

Sunday, September 15, 2013

O heeriye Video From Ayushmann Khurana's Debut Album

YRF Music released the actor-singer-anchor’s first single on his birthday today.

Har Kisi Ko Nahi Milta Video - Boss (2013)

Har Kisi Ko Nahi Milta Video - Boss (2013)

Presenting "Har Kisi Ko Nahi Milta Yaha Pyar Zindagi Mein" from Akshay Kumar starrer movie BOSS also featuring Mithun Chakraborty, Shiv Pandit, Aditi Rao Hydari and Ronit Roy.

Music Label: T-SERIES

Friday, September 13, 2013

Dil Ka Jo Haal Hai Video - Besharam (2013)

Dil Ka Jo Haal Hai Video - Besharam (2013)

Horror Story (2013) Movie Review

Horror Story  Movie Review-
Vikram Bhatt's filmography reads a fascinating mix of thrillers and horror fares. As a matter of fact, the maverick film­maker has delivered several blood curdling, spine chilling horror films that have also worked with those who savor and relish this genre. This week, Vikram serves yet another spooky fare to the spectators ­­- HORROR STORY.

Unlike Vikram's previous endeavours, HORROR STORY doesn't have space for romance, skin show and songs. Consequently, and rightly so, the run time is limited to a sharp 1.30 hours, so that the viewer stays focussed. The motive is to create a hardcore scarefest, focusing on seven youngsters and a haunted hotel. Perfect recipe for a horror film, indeed. But does HORROR STORY live up to its title and offer sufficient chills and thrills, let's find out...

Paranormal phenomenon has a mix of believers and non­believers, as were these seven youngsters. They were friends from their school/college days and were meeting after many years to celebrate. One of them was leaving to pursue his goal and career abroad. The night of their reunion was supposed to be a farewell party, however it turned out to be something else.

A chance news announcement on the telly that was playing at the pub caught their attention which soon resulted in a drunken debate and before they knew it, they were gate­crashing into a hotel that was believed to be haunted. Their objective was to have some fun. Little did they know that this would turn out to be the most horrendous night of their life... rather, the last night of their life!

One fateful night. A haunted hotel. A ghost. Seven youngsters who don't believe in the paranormal... Director Ayush Raina chooses the desirable ingredients to create a ghostly environ, but the true test lies in frightening the spectator with spine chilling moments. Several Hollywood fares have redefined the genre and the bar for horror films has been upped for this reason. HORROR STORY follows the set pattern, promising to give the audience goosebumps and an edge of the seat experience. Besides, by doing away with the mandatory song and dance routine, Ayush remains firmly focused on the subject material.

The film abounds in scares, shocks and screams, with the viewer clenching his teeth and sticking to the seat at several sequences. There are moments when you are truly terrified thanks to the scary mood and lighting, while the sound plays an integral part in startling the spectator in certain sequences. But what ails most horror films troubles HORROR STORY as well. The ghost goes on a killing spree for no valid reason whatsoever. Also, the re-emergence of the hotel owner in the climax, who had committed suicide, seems abrupt. I mean, if he was so concerned about saving the lives of the innocent, why didn't he emerge earlier? The minor hiccups notwithstanding, you go with the flow because you get your share of chills and thrills right till the final act. Besides, like I pointed at the outset, the director and the team of writers stay true to the genre of providing a scarefest in those 1.30 hours, which needs to be appreciated.

The background music hits the high notes on varied occasions. Perhaps, it's premeditated since after an eerie silence, a high-pitched musical note would only startle the spectator, thus enhancing the scare quotient. Cinematography is just perfect. In fact, the lighting of a few sequences, especially the pitch dark ones, deserves mention. The visual effects are appropriate.

The director experiments with new faces in HORROR STORY, since the plot doesn't demand 'stars' or actors who carry the baggage of an image. Yet, there's not much scope for the new talent to display histrionics here. Karan Kundra [as Neil] is efficient. Ravish Desai [as Mangesh] gets limited scope. Hassan Zaidi [as Samrat] is confident. Nishant Malkani [as Achint] gets his role spot on. Nandini Vaid [as Soniya] is alright. Aparna Bajpai [as Maggie] is perfect. Radhika Menon [as Neena] gets the meatiest role of the lot and does a fine job.

On the whole, HORROR STORY should be liked by horror film buffs and those who relish this genre. Most importantly, it lives up to its promise of providing chills and thrills in those crisp 1.30 hours, which should work with its target audience. Additionally, the low costs should ensure decent profits at the end of the day and help create a franchise in times to come.

Ragini MMS 2 (2013) Official Teaser Trailer

Tell Me How Much Video - Warning 3D (2013)

Tell Me How Much Video - Warning 3D (2013)

Krrish 3 (2013) Movie Stills - Wallpapers

Krrish 3 Movie Stills
Starring Hrithik Roshan, Priyanka Chopra, Kangna Ranaut, Vivek Oberoi and Shaurya Chauhan in Lead Roles.

John Day (2013) Movie Review

John Day (2013) Movie Review-

There's a plethora of film releases week after week. To stand tall in the midst of it all is indeed a herculean task. 2013 has thrown a lot of surprises at the BO. While well-made masala entertainers still rule the roost, attracting the entertainment-seeking audience in hordes, the spectator has also warmly embraced several films that resist the temptation of taking the tried and tested route. JOHN DAY, directed by first-timer Ahishor Solomon, is yet another commendable attempt that should find a place in this illustrious list.

In retrospect, JOHN DAY first caught my attention courtesy the two actors who adorn the billboards [Naseeruddin Shah and Randeep Hooda]. The names are synonymous with qualitative films. They are known to green-light a project only if the script is entrancing enough. Fortunately, the viewer endorses their choice as the reels of JOHN DAY unfold. The cat and mouse game, the edge of the seat thrill, the exhilarating performances, the stunning finale... the film charters an individualistic route, yet remains firmly entrenched within the domain of mainstream cinema.

John Day [Naseeruddin Shah], a banker by profession, is shattered after the demise of his daughter. Post a heist at the bank in which he works as the manager, John stumbles upon documents that uncover a bitter truth. These documents are vital for Gautam [Randeep Hooda], a cop, who works for the mafia. The two men set off on a deadly mission...

The first thing that catches your eye is the manner in which the drama unfurls. The two plotlines -- involving Naseer and Randeep -- are kept separate right till the penultimate act, although they do cross each other's path several times in the narrative. The anxiety builds up magnificently -- the showdown between the two is imminent -- which leads to a blood-soaked, volatile finale. The relentless pacing [for most parts] only adds sheen to a plot that never tilts towards the standard format.

Ahishor Solomon creates a web of mystery, executing a number of sequences with flourish. The thin line that prompts a mild person [Naseer] to turn into an avenger is deftly illustrated by the first-time director. Conversely, the wicked and deceitful cop [Randeep], who loves to inflict pain on others, finds himself at crossroads when it comes to matters of the heart [Elena Kazan]. Although the screenplay does get into the predictable zone at times, I must credit the director and writer for maintaining intrigue, teasing the viewer with unpredictable twists. As a matter of fact, a number of moments stay with you much after the screening has concluded and that speaks of the director and writer's competency.

JOHN DAY is dark, sinister and edgy. You need to have a strong stomach to absorb the aggression and ghastly sequences that unfurl on screen. Also, the usage of expletives is another characteristic that might make you slightly uncomfortable, although it gels well with Randeep's character and the temper of the motion picture. Furthermore, the tempo, though swift-paced at most times, does tend to get sluggish intermittently. But these are minor quibbles...

There's no scope for music in the film, but the background score [Sandeep Chowta] garnishes this well-executed movie brilliantly. As a matter of fact, the background score augments the impact of several sequences, that effective it is. Dialogue are acidic and power-packed, in sync with the temperament of the film. The DoP captures the tones, especially the night shots, perfectly.

JOHN DAY is a forceful and intense film and the director gets it right by casting two intense actors, who add a lot of weight to the goings-on. Known for dramatics mainly, Naseer has seldom stepped into the action zone, at least in his recent outings. The veteran is authoritative as the hapless father who transforms into a brute to settle scores with the wrong-doers. Randeep stands up to an accomplished actor like Naseer and that's a tall statement indeed. You rarely witness such wicked acts and that's quite a compliment. The actor inculcates verve and dynamism into the depraved character. It's a class act!

The supporting cast packs a solid punch as well. Elena Kazan is efficient and has remarkable screen presence. Sharat Saxena is top notch, portraying his part with gusto. Vipin Sharma is incredible as Randeep's colleague. He's sure to catch your attention yet again. Shernaz Patel registers an impact. Makrand Deshpande, Ananth Mahadevan and Bharat Dabholkar are watchable in cameos.

On the whole, JOHN DAY is a razor-sharp thriller with an engaging screenplay, high-voltage drama and sterling performances as its aces. A film like JOHN DAY is a leap in the right direction. It reinforces your faith and trust in qualitative films and deserves to be supported. Strongly recommended!


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