Explosive yes, there's immense amount of shattered glass in practically every action scene. But SRK fails to deliver the action, looking unbelievable. And for all you RA.One haters, SRK does a G.One here as well, with Priyanka instead of Kareena.
X-Men: First Class is a nicely done, industrial strength, summer popcorn movie. I strongly recommend that you check it out.
But sadly there is too little of this and too much of strained emotions and limp laughs. I’m going with two and a half stars.
Slowly but surely Shaitan loses steam, becomes repetitive and ends in a whimper. Which is a shame because Nambiar has talent to burn. I’m going with three stars.
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Calling all movie buffs! Grab your filmy dose this week with these popular short films.
It Happened To Me This Morning: An old woman who lives alone, speaks endlessly on the phone, describing her day in great detail. Who does she talk to? Watch to find out!
Sawaari: A taxi driver who wants to be an actor gets a golden chance to fulfill his dreams. But what is the price he will have to pay? Watch as the mystery unfolds.
Rock and Egg: An award winning short film from the north east! Chaoren, a young man who is terrified of his father, as he accidentally breaks his smoking pipe. In a state of panic, he tries to cover up his mistake, but will his father forgive him?
Kite â The Messenger: Can a kite carry the message of peace? This short film brings a new perspective on the ever raging topic of Indo-Pakistan differences!
In conversation with the star cast of Badlapur - Varun Dhawan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui. Varun sheds some light on the highs and lows of his work during the film. Whereas Nawazuddin says Badlapur is a fusion of two different styles of actors, thoughts and energies. Watch as the stars discuss their Badlapur chapter with Puja Talwar.
Stop everything you're doing and watch these inspirational short films. This week, these films top our chart.
Ayuta: A wise man once said; marriage changes everything, it change one's life. Same thing has happened with Alia and Shri; life was very good for them in the beginning, but things started to change when Alia lost her unborn child at 7 months. What happened next will make you cry!
Raja Magal: Often, we find that certain moments from our past are etched deeply within our memory. They are brought to life sometimes by certain harmless innocuous happenings such - a name, a picture or a song. This short film is about such an event, where a name triggers a memory that resides deep within the protagonist.
Tabula Rasa: The rapid advancement of science and technology has turned the contemporary world into a much closer space where one space resembles another. Urbanisation, mechanisation and technology have created a virtual world where human societies appear to be closer than ever before but in reality this illusion of nearness has created huge distances. This film asks a question that is extremely relevant to our times - Is technology bringing us closer or taking us away from each other?
Zindagi After Love: Love teaches us a lot in life, and there is a life beyond that love as well. Zindagi After Love will teach you a lesson â "Live it to the fullest whatever the circumstances are."
Little Hearts Secret: A little girl solves the most complex puzzle troubling our nation in a simple and innocent, yet effective manner. Watch this heart-warming film to see how a daughter teaches her father and each one of us, the most basic lesson of life.
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