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Movie Review: Mamma Mia Here We Go Again

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again is set five years after the events of the last film. Sophie Sheridan (Amanda Seyfried) has renovated her mother’s hotel and is preparing for it’s grand re-opening. She’s upset that only one of her three fathers will be present for the event which is seen more as a homage to her late mother than anything else. Also, the love of her life, Sky (Dominic Cooper) has grown to New York to studying hoteling and wants to move away there to pursue a career full time. This gives rise to the melancholic duet version of One of us, shot in a two frame mode, with both stars singing their lines in tandem. The film has just started and the mood is hugely sombre. Thankfully, the film is juxtaposed with flashback portions of a young Donna (Lily James) and her friends Tanya (Jessica Keenan Wynn) and...
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Movie Review: Fanney Khan

Prashant Kumar a.k.a. Fanney Khan (Anil Kapoor) is a small time singer who has made a name for himself in local gatherings. He aspires to turn his teenage daughter Lata Sharma (Pihu Sand) into a rockstar on the lines of Baby Singh (Aishwarya Rai Bachchan). His factory closes down and he has to drive a taxi in order to make ends meet. Chance leads him into kidnapping Baby and he’s helped in this misadventure by Adhir (Rajkummar Rao). Both are out of their depths and are manipulated by Baby’s rakish secretary for his own devious ends, before fate intervenes to set things right. Fanney Khan is an adaptation of the Oscar nominated Belgian film Everybody's Famous! (2000). The film is set in the big bad world of showbiz and it doesn’t cut corners while showing how heartless this world can be. There is even a scene where a top star...
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Movie Review: Karwaan

Death unites us all. It's when we come face to face with the reality of the final rest that we realise the true value of life. And it's only when someone close to us passes away that we realise that the differences, the angst, the separation wasn't worth it. Unlike life, death doesn't offer a second chance, however. We can only learn from the tragedy and move on, perhaps to take more chances, perhaps to let go of our inhibitions and lead a healthier, fuller life. Avinash (Dulquer Salmaan), loses his father in a road accident up North. Tanya (Mithila Palkar) loses her grandmother at the same accident but the coffins get swapped. Avinash travels from Bangalore to Kochi in the van of his friend Shaukat (Irrfan Khan) and picks up Tanya on the way from her hostel at her mother's insistence. They keep getting into one misadventure after another...
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Movie Review: Mulk

How does one prove that one loves one’s country? And should this love be questioned in the first place? Who are the actual citizens of this country, really? Given the fact that 40 lakh people in Assam find themselves out of the citizen list, these are relevant questions indeed. Such questions have never been pointedly asked in such a fearless manner in our films. In times where rapid radicalisation of the majority religion is taking place, these are unpopular questions which will surely make some people uncomfortable. For years, we have been divided into them and us and slowly, this divide has reached such a state that now the criteria is that if you hate them, only then you're with us. The film makes you see these dark truths and you can't help but nod. The solution it gives, that both communities need to closely watch it's fringe elements and...
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Movie Review: Nawabzaade

Raghav Juyal, Punit Pathak and Dharmesh Yelande -- three talented dancers who have cut their teeth on dance reality shows and now have become mentors on various such shows and are much in demand dance teachers and choreographers. They had appeared in the ABCD films as well and are extremely popular in the industry, hence it's no wonder that stars like Varun Dhawan, Shraddha Kapoor, Athiya Shetty and Badshah agreed to be part of the film's songs. Hit numbers by Badshah and Guru Randhawa have made the film's score a hit among the masses. Jayesh Pradhan is a choreographer turned director and the choreography and dancing, needless to say, is near about perfect, thanks to their combined talents. However, Nawabzaade isn't a musical but a comedy, and a broad comedy at that. It revolves around three guys belonging to the lower-income group falling in love with the same girl, who...
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