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Raazi | A Bollywood Fiction Worth Watching | Movie Reviews

Being one of the largest movie making industry, Bollywood, releases more than around 500 movies every year! Some answers claims it to be around 1000 (like this ), but many of them failed registering their names in people’s memory. Anyway, from these around 500 recognizable movies, not all of them are worth the money and time. Sure, no one wants ... Read More »

Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran | A Bollywood Fiction Inspired By True Events | Movie Reviews

Hindi Film industry, popularly known as Bollywood, is amongst world’s top movie industries. It produces a very large number movies every year, and some of them remain the talk of the town for many years. While, a large number of movies are made with the commercial aspects, i.e. just keeping the box office as the inspiring factor; some makers go ... Read More »

Judwaa 2 | 2017 Bollywood Film | Personal Movie Reviews

It is a trend in the film industry to remake the film(s) which were either able to leave its mark or were a commercial success. And there is nothing new in it. We had seen such practices in past as well. Be it the Hindi Film Industry, popularly known as Bollywood, or Hollywood or even any regional film industry, the ... Read More »

21 | A Hollywood Heist Film | Views And Reviews

It has been a while since we have talked about movies. Actually, we had seen a plenty of them and wanted to share our genuine and unbiased views and reviews for all them. So, you can expect them coming in near future. Today let me talk aobut a movie named 21. Movie : 21 Producers : Kevin Spacey, Brett Ratner, ... Read More »

The November Man | A Spy Thriller | Views And Reviews

For an English actor the role of James Bond is a special place to be in, as it boosts the career like never before and gets him everywhere in the world. This was very true for Pierce Brosnan when he was hailed as the best Bond ever after his debut in early 1990s as Ian Fleming‘s quintessentially British spy. Even ... Read More »