Dream Girl 2019 Movie Review

What Works for Dream Girl

Well, the answer is Ayushmann Khurrana and unlimited comic punches throughout the movie. Dream Girl is one crazy ride that starts with comedy and ends with it without indulging too much into social commentary. However, the monologue at the end conveys the social message in an effective way without disturbing the overall flow of the film.

After the success of Vicky Donor, this is the second time we are seeing Annu Kapor and Ayushmann Khurrana together and it works wonders here too. The script, dialogues, cinematography, and direction are awesome by every definition. Being born and brought up in Western Uttar Pradesh I loved the khadi boli/brij bhasha dialect  used with perfection in the film. The songs are beautiful and memorable especially Radhe Radhe and Ik Mulaqaat. I am sure people are going to remember them for years to come.

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Sacred Games 2 Review

Sacred Games Season 2 Cast

The impressive cast of Sacred Games Season 2 includes the likes of contemporary heavyweights Pankaj Tripathi, Saif Ali Khan, and Nawazuddin Siddiqui. And, they are ably supported by Surveen Chawla, Ranvir Shorey, Amruta Subhash, Kalki Koechlin, Elnaaz Norouzi, and Samir Kochhar.

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The Boys Review – Amazon Prime Video

Full credit should be given to the makers of this dark political satire for being so blunt and balanced in telling about the business and political culture of the US. This is something that makes me a great fan of Hollywood and European Cinema. Be it the silver screen or the small screen, the storytellers are not afraid, ashamed, or prejudiced in showing the truth about their socio-political landscape irrespective of who or which party is in power at the moment. Indian storytellers surely have a long way to go before they can even think of emulating the Western world’s TV or Cinema.

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Mulk Movie Review

Direction and script are befitting and it’s a strictly no-nonsense movie. There is not much music. Mulk movie puts forward some serious questions and points in front of us by how we select between them and us. It does not take sides and still manages us to choose what we see. 

Very hard-hitting and sensitive subject, superbly portrayed. A must add in your watch list.

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