Friday, December 07, 2012

khiladi786 movie review

Khiladi 786 introduces us to the Singh family - Akshay (Bahattar Singh), his father Sattar [70] Singh (Raj Babbar), Ekhattar [71] Singh (Mukesh Rishi) and an African mother. Akki is a good-looking Punjabi munda, who dresses up like a cop and helps Punjab police catch smuggled goods. But unfortunately, no decent family wants their daughter to get married in the Singh family.
Then enters Mansukh (Himesh Reshammiya), who is a match-maker by profession, tries to arrange the marriage of Bahattar and gangster Tatya Tukaram [TT] Tendulkar's (Mithun Chakraborty) sister Indu (Asin). Unfortunately, Indu seems in no mood to get hitched with a decent boy, and plays a complete psycho in the movie. Then starts a series of lies and twists and how things slowly and gradually unfold.
Khiladi 786 is a treat to all the Akshay Kumar fans. Akki is at his best and knows his audiences' hunger. He feeds the mass with some spicy tadka shadka in his unique khiladi style. Asin looks stunning throughout the film, but unfortunately doesn't get the opportunity to do much. Supporting characters like Mithun Chakraborty, Raj Babbar, Himesh Reshammiya too were OK in their respective roles.

talaash movie review

A street dog ominously howls on a deserted road by the dark sea and you know something ghastly is about to happen right away. A celebrity death follows, even as the opening titles end. Ghastly leads to ghostly soon enough. By the first hour, as the sinister quietly soaks the frames, you are sure there is a ghost lurking amidst the cast.

Like most character cliches in our films, Bollywood ghosts can be good or bad depending on who is playing them. If it is a leading star essaying the role of a ghost, he/she is on the prowl strictly to settle scores baddies and has no negative intention otherwise. Invariably, the starry ghost will have a heart of gold.

If you overlook the fact that the most intriguing character ofTalaashsuffers that snag, Aamir Khan's new film is one hell of a ride. Suspense thrillers in Bollywood are rare commodity, films within the genre that create scope to delve deep into the minds of its protagonists are even rarer.Talaashcreates its chills primarily tapping into the dark side of the mind, which makes it an unusual Bollywood film. Any resemblance to Joseph Payne Brennan and Donald M. Grant's 1979 novella,Act Of Providence, is purely coincidental.

Writer-director Reema Kagti and her script associate Zoya Akhtar have created an enigmatic screen cop for Aamir Khan- in command at work, yet out of control in personal life. Aamir's uniformed avatar, Inspector Surjan Singh Shekhawat, is a bundle of bottled angst. He is summoned to probe the bizarre death of a Bollywood superstar. In the dead of the night, eyewitnesses recall, the superstar skidded off an empty road and swung his car right into the sea. Primary tests reveal no trace of alcohol or drugs in the victim's body and most in the force feel the case cannot be solved.

Kagti adds to the puzzle with each new character that enters the tale, as Shekhawat goes about scouting for clues with his sidekick (Rajkumar Yadav). We get to know his wife Roshni (Rani Mukerji) is still coming to terms with the drowning of their only son. The over-friendly Parsi woman next door (Shernaz Patel) talks of communicating with the dead. Shekhawat meets a sex worker, Rosie (Kareena Kapoor), who could possibly provide some leads. The red-light underbelly where Rosie lives is home to an interesting mix too, chief among them being Tehmur (Nawazuddin Siddiqui), slimeball with a limp who obviously knows more than he pretends to.

The parallel subplots of Shekhawat's trauma as a bereaved father and a cop obsessed about cracking his case set up the backbone of the story. Aamir strikes a balance between the two tracks with trademark subtlety, the way only he can. Kareena Kapoor's Rosie is underplayed till a point. Although she seems ill at ease with the mannerism of a sex worker, Kareena adds the essential glam quotient.

7th friday december;;days record;

***Managed to see PBS 500 pages mark target achieved later posted few more entries to blog;;Mor tiffen ..Puris were not that good poor Curry;evening opp lady;
***Tommorows 2 rx cards(kOL;Bang)few of Foreign riders ; seen but no hoper yet;
*Suguna did her duty;
*** Most of My Blog D W prints (latest) downloaded gave them 4 binding book is ready new ideas are merging fast;;Met Kishore at morning binders address had cover page idea Binding;
***Almost 300 more visiting cards filed and pinned at home tiresome work anyway;
***Singh came came surprisingly @ mor  had chai time suggestion given to him;
**owners onlooking???
***Most of the collected visiting cards seen again;

**Few more entries posted to blog;(mondi vaikhaRI)
***sAMARABHERI;near babukhan estate;
***Days id marbleestate;
>>>Sudden illness for GTA:??
Called Chalapathi sir known his plan;
Surajya diksha completaed;adkikyam for england;

Negative motion;
rs 100/- top up;

great andhra telugu news paper editor

L.srini Vasa reddy 21/3/2012;plot no 7 gagan vihar begumpet;hyderabad

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6th December

From the morning felt very confident;Press id card and visiting cards work done thanks to Kiran; At night retrived almost dW data prints; New laminator  lady met;aircell recgarge to GTA;Called Rami reddy;Seenaiah;Ryotbhoomi madhu subbu singh;Ajay;Read Tel Velugu dictionary;jyothi some site seen;Way back petrol problem managed luckily;

Bouncer at Kiran; and SRO banjara hills;Seen Acme fitness show room;Visiting card email problem identified; During the field work kept visiting cards and got introduced to few more new persons but failed to remember names;

Missed Rx book but purchased Business world;petrol guy wish at Himayat nagar; and problem at turn;Singhs call recd;Jana netha ap26 ad ;5000 car seen'.
Andhra Jyothi calender purchased;


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