Tag Archives: Nawazuddin Siddiqui

Monsoon Shootout.

A very unusual movie which is interesting nevertheless. The entire hour and a half of screening time revolves around one police man’s split second different decision making processes which results in three different outcomes. I went to see because I … Continue reading

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Babumoshai Bandookbaaz.

I had been reading about this movie in the Indian press for quite some time and had decided to see it on release because it starred a favourite actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui. I was not disappointed. And as a bonus, the … Continue reading

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It sounds odd that almost all the recent Hindi movies that I have been seeing are women centric and Mom brings up the latest in it. It has been touted as a come back film for Sridevi and if it … Continue reading

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Freaky Ali.

Freaky Ali is loosely based on the old film Happy Gilmore that I had seen about a decade ago. Adam Sandler’s counterpart in the Hindi version that I saw yesterday is one of my all time favourites, Nawazuddin Siddiqui. Instead … Continue reading

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Raman Raghav II

Due to all kinds of problems, I was unable to see this film when it was released in our theaters. I was however told by very discerning filmgoers that I must see it and so procured a DVD and saw … Continue reading

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Badlapur, A Review.

There is no telling what will please who.  I was advised by three well meaning friends not to see this film as they had seen it and were convinced that it would not please me.  I had resisted other invitations … Continue reading

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