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Movie review (Lucknow Central): A reflection of the system on men

Lucknow Central is an Indian film which has released in theatres today, on September 15, 2017. The film stars Farhan Akhtar, Deepak Dobrial, Gippy Grewal, Rajesh Kumar, Ronit Roy, Diana Penty and Ravi Kishan in lead roles.

Produced by Viacom 18 and Emmay Entertainment, the movie has been directed by Ranjit Tiwari, who has assisted director Nikhil Advani in a couple of films including D-Day and Hero. The film has been written by Aseem Arora and Ranjit Tiwari. The screenplay & dialogues are by Aseem Arora.Read MoreMovie review (Lucknow Central): A reflection of the system on men »

Movie Review (Daddy): A conglomeration of incidents, not a biopic

Rating: 2 star

A conglomeration of incidents, not a biopic.

“Daddy” is a 2017 Indian film which is a story based on the story of notorious gangster Arun Gawli who rose in the 1970s and of late tried to enter politics. Daddy is produced by Arjun Rampal and presented by Ponty Chaddha’s Wave Cinema. It has been co-written by Arjun Rampal and Ashim Ahluwalia of John and Jane fame, while it is produced by Arjun Rampal and directed by Ashim Ahluwalia.

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Movie Review (Behen Hogi Teri): Boys can love but only men can marry

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Behen Hogi Teri” is a Bollywood movie released on 9th June 2017. This is the story of Gattu (played by Rajkummar Rao), who hails from Lucknow and is in love with the girl next door Binny Arora (played by Shruti Haasan).

The story is very simple wherein the boy is in love with this girl and no, there’s no enmity between the families so theoretically speaking Gattu’s free to love Binny and vice-versa but for this one habit of Binny’s family of tying a Rakhi (sacred thread tied by sisters to brothers) to every boy who talks to girls from their families.

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Movie Review (Akira): You must fit into the social structures

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So, it’s a female centric movie. A woman, Akira (played by Sonakshi Sinha) is a protagonist and then there are a plethora of characters around which the story is woven. And one might wonder, as to what, is a person who is vocal about issues faced by men in a so-called patriarchal society and an otherwise male dominated world is doing watching a movie which has a strong female character. So, here’s the reason for it. I went to watch the movie as the trailer looked promising and the plot seemed interesting from the trailer.

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