Film: Shootout at Wadala Cast: John Abraham, Tusshar Kapoor, Manoj Bajpayee, Sonu Sood, Kangana Ranaut Director: Sanjay Gupta Rating: ***
Sanjay Gupta is perhaps the biggest self-proclaimed Quentin Tarantino fan in the country. When you look at Kaante (2002), Musafir (2004) and Zinda (2006), there's no denying what inspired him to conjure up those slow motion action sequence, and bullets blowing up brains.
Shootout at Wadala is no different. Set in the late 70's and 80's the film is an unapologetic gangster flick that milks every opportunity to play to the gallery and titillate its core audience with violence and sex.
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‘Bombay Talkies’ - Hindi Movie review
“Akkad bakkad bambe bo Assi nabey purey sau/Sau sau baras ka hua Yeh khiladi na budha hua…”
The ‘Khiladi’ referred to here, is none but Indian Cinema, which was born in 1913. People from the fraternity have had their own ways to pay their odes to the 100 year old institution and have expressed pride to have been associated with the same, some way or the other.
And ‘Bombay Talkies’ is such a tribute – collectively put together on celluloid by Karan Johar, Dibakar Banerjee, Zoya Akhtar and Anurag Kashyap. Like many of us would have expected, ‘BT’ comes across as a unique genre of cinema, something that has perhaps never been seen before.
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Greeku Veerudu – Family drama - Telugu Movie Review
Release date : 03 May 2013
Rating : 3/5
Director : Kondapalli Dasaradh Kumar
Producer : D Siva Prasad Reddy
Music Director : S. Thaman
Starring : Nagarjuna, Nayantara, Meera Chopra
‘King’ Akkineni Nagarjuna’s ‘Greeku Veerudu’ has released across the world today. The movie has been directed by Dasaradh and Siva Prasad Reddy has produced it on Kamakshi Movies banner. The film has Nagarjuna and Nayanathara in the lead roles. Music has been composed by Thaman. Let us see how the film is.
Chandu (Nagarjuna) is a selfish NRI event manager. He believes in enjoying life, without any commitments and attachments. After the failure of an event, he is dragged to court by PR (Ashish Vidyardhi) and Chandu ends up with a massive fine on his hands.
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