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ON SCREEN - Awarapan


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AwarapanFILM : Awarapan
Starring : Emraan Hashmi, Shriya Saran, Mrinalini Sharma
Director : Mohit Suri

From the Mahesh Bhatt stable comes yet another film with the serial kisser Emraan Hashmi with the inevitable gangster links ..only this time there is not even a semblance of a kiss (a first for Hashmi ?) but some great histronics by him instead. Awarapan is definitely a story with a difference, a tale well told and even better performed by all the actors. For those who haven’t been too great a fan of Hashmi, its definitely time to sit up and take notice of this actor who is sure to go places.

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ON SCREEN - Shootout at Lokhandwala


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Shootout at LokhandwalaFilm : Shootout at Lokhandwala
Starring: Amitabh Bachchan, Sanjay Dutt, Suneil Shetty, Vivek Oberoi, Rohit Roy, Tushar Kapoor, Arbaaz Khan
Director: Apoorva Lakhia

Shootout.. is supposedly based on ‘true rumours’ according to a tagline in the film. As the title explains, the film revolves around an encounter between the police and four gang members that happened at Lokhandwala, a residential area in Mumbai.

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ON SCREEN - Naan Avan Illai


20 Votes | Average: 3.6 out of 520 Votes | Average: 3.6 out of 520 Votes | Average: 3.6 out of 520 Votes | Average: 3.6 out of 520 Votes | Average: 3.6 out of 5 (20 votes, average: 3.6 out of 5)
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Naan Avan IllaiFilm: Naan Avan Illai
Starring : Jeevan, Sneha, Namita, Malavika, Keerti Chawla, Jyotirmayee
Director: Selva

Naan Avan Illai has all the makings of a breezy entertainer. With the right commercial mix of five heroines surrounding the hero and some interesting song and dance sequences, the film manages to keep you entertained till the end. It is also a film with a message, though the message is not put across in a preachy sort of way and that’s perhaps the reason why it works.

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Lessons from ‘Traffic Signal’


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Lessons from 'Traffic Signal'Madhur Bhandarkar’s collage style of film making has been expressed another time in his latest film ‘Traffic Signal’. This film, an account of the people who are so much urban debris for busy office goers and householders in the metro cities, brought many things alive for me in an interesting way.

A painstaking disclaimer at the beginning of the film, posted by Madhur, declares that the film is not an attempt to ridicule or belittle the people on the streets. Good thing, he did that, because in the first few minutes, as the film establishes all the hundred ways in which poor people con city dwellers to part with their money, you begin to wonder whether it is a middle class diatribe against beggars.

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