Bewakoofiyan is a Hindi movie starring Ayushmaan Khurana, Sonam Kapoor and Rishi Kapoor in lead roles and the story revolves around the struggles of Ayushmaan and Sonam to marry each other as they are in love with each other and the hurdles created by Sonam’s dad in between.
A movie works best when it is not only unpredictable but also attempts to break stereotypes. Highway, starring Randeep Hooda and Alia Bhatt, directed by Imtiaz Ali of Jab We Met fame, is one such movie with unconventional ending and seeks to attempt to break stereotypes at every possible instance barring a few standard social mindsets – a liberty, an experimental person like Imtiaz deserves.
ऐसे वैसे नहीं है, औरतों कि इज़ज़त करते हैं (I am not just like that, I respect women). When you hear this dialogue coming from a man who does not respect and kills humans (males) just like that and then utters the same dialogue that he respects a particular human (female) because she is a female, then you know there is something terribly and deeply wrong in the societal setup.
Go watch this movie for sure if slow movies do not bore you out. The movie has a retro look of the 50s as the story is set in the post-independence era with the economic and power tussle going between the Indian Govt. and the Zamindars.
The plot is that of a Zamindar who stays with his daughter Paakhi and the story begins with the entry of Varun (the protagonist) who comes to their bungalow for doing some excavation in the nearby area.
Watching the movie “Ranjhana” starring Dhanush and Sonam Kapoor, reminded me of two things – “ABCDEFG” and “GFEDCBA”.
ABCDEFG stands for “A Boy Can Do Everything For a Girl” and GFEDCBA stands for “Girls Forget Everything Done & Catches new Boys Again”.
Who am I? I am atheist. An atheist that needs to be open-minded, right? Well, so here I am. I sometimes thought the theory of Karma was all nonsense and created to give solace to people to accept tragedies in their lives gracefully, but this movie “Madaari” by Nishikant Kamat starring none other than an actor par excellence aka Irrfan Khan made me rethink my position on the theory of Karma and I would be inclined to take a position that the theory of Karma does exist.