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Old March 15th, 2016, 11:24 AM
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The attacks of 26/11



It was a situation tailormade to be filmed by the Badshah of blood and gore---Ram Gopal Verma who else.....

Bullets flying , blood flowing freely and bodies getting smashed to pulp---Ram Gopal Verma must have been licking his lips in glee.....

No wonder he went wandering in Taj Mahal hotel ( which was the scene of a bloody battle between the terrorists and commandos ) along with the then chief minister Vilasrao Deshmukh in search of a plot for his future film . All this was done in callous disregard of the fact that such a huge tragedy had just unfolded . And after the uproar over his act of going on a reconnaissance of Taj hotel for filming his film has now subsided , he does come out with the film---again in callous disregard for the uproar ; thats Ram Gopal Verma for you....

So was the reconnaissance worth it ?? Has he come out with a film that was worthy of taking the tour of Taj and getting all the criticism ?? Not really....

Of course he has shown plenty of what he excels in---dollops of murder and killing and bodies getting punched by bullets and mayhem . The terrible gleam in the terrorists eyes as they carry out cold blooded acts of mass massacre is shown in a manner befitting the master of violent films in Bollywood . Blood oozes out from both sides of heads as bullets pass through them . And the director is not afraid or too politically correct to show how religion is shown to be misused as a tool for creating terror rather than mold society . The pitilessness and remorselessness of those who train jehadis in Pakistan and those who become machines in carrying out these acts is well brought out .

However the director stops at that---after the terrorists have killed people at CST train terminus and Taj hotel and Cama hospital , the film suddenly changes focus . The main focus then shifts to Kasab---the inhuman face of the whole event .

Yes , martyred constable Tukaram Ombale does receive his moment in the sun---how he captured Kasab is shown . But what about the NSG commandos like Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan ?? In fact , the fighting at Chabad house and at Trident hotel along with the bravery of NSG commandos is not shown at all.....

Is it because the director does not have the ability to show a military operation like the flushing out of the terrorists by NSG commandos ??

Or is it that he was short of funds and the budget of the film did not have the capacity to fund the showing of the whole bloody fighting ??

Or is it that the director wanted to spare us more doses of death ?? Now knowing RGV thats hardly possible is it....

But whatever the reason is , we get to see an incomplete version of what happened .

Instead , we get to see Kasab describing his point of view---how he was brainwashed into becoming a killing machine by all the fears of hellfire and promises of virgins and milk in paradise given by his trainers . One good point is that the actor playing Kasab looks uncannily like the real man and acts well in his role .

But then the joint commissioner then goes into a lengthy explanation of how these acts are unislamic and against what the prophet of Islam taught etc etc . In short , it becomes all talk and no action .

Of course , all this is to be expected from hindi films which are usually notoriously tardy in showing military operations with precision and deliver heavy only on the emotionalism part . Hindi film directors simply lack the technical finesee to show commando operations .

At the end I felt that the definitive film on 26/11 is yet to come . When it does , it should not waste its time in discussing as to how the acts of terror are to be juxtaposed with what religions say about them but should show the whole fighting in clinical precision . But knowing Bollywood's lack of expertise in this field , it will be a long wait....

Verdict---okay .
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Yes , martyred constable Tukaram Ombale does receive his moment in the sun---how he captured Kasab is shown . But what about the NSG commandos like Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan ?? In fact , the fighting at Chabad house and at Trident hotel along with the bravery of NSG commandos is not shown at all.....

Is it because the director does not have the ability to show a military operation like the flushing out of the terrorists by NSG commandos ??

Or is it that he was short of funds and the budget of the film did not have the capacity to fund the showing of the whole bloody fighting ??

Or is it that the director wanted to spare us more doses of death ?? Now knowing RGV thats hardly possible is it....
Probably it is because the film would have become too long like LOC Kargil.
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Rangrezz



I went to see this film because from the promos I gathered that it touches a topic that is important to young people ; a topic that was always on the mind when I was in the twenties---that of parental opposition to marriage between two young people who decide to marry , and elopement as a solution to this problem .

And what if the parents are powerful people who can bring enormous resources to bear against such elopement ?? What does the couple do then ??

The pundits of the art of elopement ( yeah ,there are pundits in every field ) say that in such cases the couple in question has to have three Ms---money power , muscle power and manpower.....

.....And all three come only if you have loyal friends....friends who are ready to take the risk of fighting and getting injured if a physical battle occurs , friends who are ready to risk police trouble if it comes to that , friends who are as steady as a rock....

Rishi is such a friend.....

So when his friend comes from Lalitpur to Mumbai to ask for help to get his girlfriend to him against both parents' opposition , Rishi is everready.....

And help comes from Rishi's bosom buddies who are ready to risk life and limb help a couple in love.....

Trouble is---Rishi is Rangrezz....or at least the director behind the creation of Rishi's character is.....

So what does Rangrezz mean ??

Google search revealed only that it means a person who dyes clothes---that is , gives colour ( rang ) to clothes.....

But if you see the film you feel that rangrezz means someone whose approach to the question of elopement has the fanaticism of a desperado.....

And Rishi is certainly one such person....

As the elopement unfolds in front of your eyes you feel that you see a bunch of ' love fanatics ' in action.....

Nothing will stop them from running away with the girl---yeah nothing....
No obstacle is too great.....

Big metal pipes are used to hit them till one of them becomes deaf due to the blows , a truck runs over the leg of another one of them , and goons are sent to kill another's grandmother......
Yet behold the chutzpah of our young heroes---they still elope with the girl.....

The sequence of the elopement forms a visually spectacular treat and is the high point of the film....
Full marks to the director and above all to the cinematographer for filming this brilliantly......

The actors playing Rishi and his friends act well and inject real zest and madness in their roles....

But at the end of all this comes betrayal---a betrayal that hits like a cold shower in the hot steam of true friendship....

So who betrays whom ???

Go and watch the film for that.....

At the end you feel that the whole concept of friends going to any length to help out the lover couple is a bit overdone.....
It is unlikely to get friends who make such sacrifices in real life , and the whole thing is unrealistic....

And as the film nears its climax , it becomes disappointing.....

Of course , it is a ' different ' film , one with its own unique take on love and elopement---you have to give that to the director.....

But it offers a grim lesson to those who want to help people in love....
....And the method of teaching this lesson was not to my liking.....

Above all , its a film that is disappointing for those who believe in true love---like I do....

Verdict---Some people may like it but I didnt ; to each his own.....
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.....And all three come only if you have loyal friends....friends who are ready to take the risk of fighting and getting injured if a physical battle occurs , friends who are ready to risk police trouble if it comes to that , friends who are as steady as a rock....

Rishi is such a friend.....

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This story was already implemented in a recent movie... Heropanti (Jackie Shroff's son's career-starter). A decent movie with a good story. And not a disappointment in the end either. So if there is a better movie then why watch Rangrezz
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So if there is a better movie then why watch Rangrezz
read my verdict . i have not recommended it .
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Dum laga ke haisha



The setting is in the 90s and India is still mired in backwardness . So much so that a young man ( played by Ayushmann Khurana ) in a city near the Himalayas is cajoled coerced forced and bullied into marriage with a girl he does not like .

This violation of human rights is mitigated by the fact that it does not happen with a woman....for such force being applied on the weaker sex would have made the matter too painful to bear and the film would have failed to gain sympathy of the audience . Instead we are asked/expected to look at the matter in a light hearted way as a force being applied by simple well meaning parents who want the best for their son .

And the woman in this case is ever ready to marry the young man , even though she is superior to him in education . Reason being---she is deemed not capable of getting a better husband as she is superior to most young men a matter she should not be , her weight....

Yeah , the young man has been forced to marry a fat woman double to him in weight . And he massively/excessively resents this , his resentment growing with every passing frame of the film . And your heart also reaches out to the woman ( played by Bhumi Pednekar ) who tries hard to win his heart and his affection .

Ayushmann runs a music cassette shop and dreams of being the next Kumar Shanu ( a famous Indian singer of the nineties ) . But actually he cannot pass from school and hence his parents and aunt feel that it is right to marry him to this overweight girl because she is a teacher by profession and can bring good money to the household . And you are inclined to agree....for these are lower middle class small town people with meagre income and limited horizons . It is all right for me to dream of human rights sitting in my posh house , but for these little people the prospect of a working daughter in law is too good to pass even if the son is to be bullied physically into accepting a wife double to him in size....

It is upto Bhumi Pedneker to win over the audience by gaining their sympathy---and she does so with aplomb....
You applaud and cheer her efforts to make her husband fall in love with her , and applaud and cheer more when she takes the lead in making love in bed ( every man dreams of a wife who takes the lead in bed , doesn't he....) ; but you applaud and cheer the hardest when she refuses to take her humiliation by him lying down and serves him a stinging slap.....yeah , our leading lady is one who is ever willing to stand up for her rights and is not shy to throw her (over)weight around because she is better educated than her in laws....

Sanjay Mishra plays the father of Ayushmann , and he pulls off the feat of being physically bullying towards his son but seeming well intentioned at the same time . This is done partly by showing his bullying scenes as light hearted stuff and partly by him never behaving badly with his daughter in law---in fact he is always siding with her....and siding with the weaker sex is the surest way of winning the audience's sympathy....

But matters take a worse turn and the situation reaches the divorce court .
So will the marriage end ??

Relax....there is the 'dum laga ke haisha' ( put effort to carry this weight ) contest round the corner---where the husband has to run across a series of obstacles carrying the weight of his wife on his shoulders....a chance to win real moolah for these small town folk....
And being able to carry the overweight of his wife on his able shoulders would instil a lot of confidence in our young man....so all hope for the marriage is not lost....and man lives on hope doesn't he....

The music is hummable and I found myself singing some of the songs in my bathroom---they could make the next Kumar Shanu out of me yet.....Budget of the film must be low , judging from the lack of stars in the cast and the decidedly unglamorous settings.....
Bhumi Pednekar looked good enough , especially when she wore that satin nightgown . Ayushmann has acted well .

Verdict---Good , especially for a family audience .
Four stars .
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Dum Laga Ke Haishaa:


Didn’t like the movie that much, at all. In fact,.. it needs to salute and appreciate director and producer’s courage n’ daring, for making such a story-less crap.

A boredom, story-less, pakaavu junk, under the name of a family movie.

Ayushyaman khurana should pack up his career with this movie as he is useless, - bodily, physically , tall - height and handsome point-of-view a crap anyway !
But again, when we tolerate Rajkumaar rao and many such other hopless craps,.... so, Ayushyaman khuraana kya cheez hai !

It’s neither a commercial film nor an art film,...... and the comic / entertainment factor is missing all the way. Not even any comical sex / love making scene with this fatty - "jaadi maasi dhokla" !

For a while I had thought that, this movie would be an old timen comic actress, Tun-Tun like movie
and when a bakari marries a saand, and hence the comic factor will be at its top climax in the movie.
Wrong. Movie has a comic fatty character, in a serious and sensible role !

But, to tell you the truth,.. movie is an overall biggest disappointment,
with almost nothing in the story, no twisting/turning points
and just disgusting to watch a haathun / saand lady, especially movie does not remain either in the comic / art / commercial, in any category and is swinging in all categorical directions.

Summing up, Movie is a low budget boring FLOP, with almost nothing in it.

1.5 / 5. Avoid.

Can be viewed here : Dum Laga Ke Haisha Hindi Movie Online HD DVD




Somehow did not like the movie,.. all races/competitions are bhawaayi,....
" Jaadi mausi Dhokla " was most disgusting and annoying Should pet back to Director for taking toon-toon as the main lead actress,...

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In fact, this film could had been a very funny plot for the audience and a lesson that a fatty girl also can have fun, sex life, and she can be also a humorous and loving love-mate buddy to any, but the director totally went in a different direction and this movie dissatisfied the expectation of many by more than 60 percent. Ultimately there was nothing in the story and finally the director ends the movie with a crappy akhada-kushti’s senseless race !

Court scenes of forcing the couple who does not wanna live together sounds ridiculous.. In US court ca force no body, if one member needs divorce , it will occur - no validified reason is asked, it's at will - no one can force to live together,..

A Fatty person always have to have to be humorous? No. I am not saying that,..

No,.. I am not saying that, but the reels and trailers throws an impression, that a fatty is humorously dancing with a skinny guy in an act of Madhuri Dixit style moves, also fatty is being lifted on his back and the poor chap is running like a laborer lifting a gehun bag of 300 kg
and that gives an image and impression, that movie ought to be real comic and even few odd kinda love making scenes and bedroom sex scenes with fatty in a funny way ( first time ever on the silver screen in bedroom bikini and such,... ) , and perhaps,.. the 70’s tun-tun is back and so,..

But the movie is polar opposite
and she is shown, strict, a sincere B. Ed. educated, and saneful, with no mischief or humor part added to it anywhere
and over all, the director is swinging and lost between an art film to a commercial cinema ( songs, like any commercial film )
and he knows not what he is up to, for feeding the audience, what kind of non-sense in such a story-less bakqwaas crap.

Ultimately, once you had expected it a Faraari and you come back home, buying a Yugo.


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http://www.indicine.com/movies/bolly...collections-2/

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Somehow did not like the movie,.. all races/competitions are bhawaayi,....
" Jaadi mausi Dhokla " was most disgusting and annoying Should pet back to Director for taking toon-toon as the main lead actress,...

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In fact, this film could had been a very funny plot for the audience and a lesson that a fatty girl also can have fun, sex life, and she can be also a humorous and loving love-mate buddy to any, but the director totally went in a different direction and this movie dissatisfied the expectation of many by more than 60 percent. Ultimately there was nothing in the story and finally the director ends the movie with a crappy akhada-kushti’s senseless race !

Court scenes of forcing the couple who does not wanna live together sounds ridiculous.. In US court ca force no body, if one member needs divorce , it will occur - no validified reason is asked, it's at will - no one can force to live together,..

A Fatty person always have to have to be humorous? No. I am not saying that,..

No,.. I am not saying that, but the reels and trailers throws an impression, that a fatty is humorously dancing with a skinny guy in an act of Madhuri Dixit style moves, also fatty is being lifted on his back and the poor chap is running like a laborer lifting a gehun bag of 300 kg
and that gives an image and impression, that movie ought to be real comic and even few odd kinda love making scenes and bedroom sex scenes with fatty in a funny way ( first time ever on the silver screen in bedroom bikini and such,... ) , and perhaps,.. the 70’s tun-tun is back and so,..

But the movie is polar opposite
and she is shown, strict, a sincere B. Ed. educated, and saneful, with no mischief or humor part added to it anywhere
and over all, the director is swinging and lost between an art film to a commercial cinema ( songs, like any commercial film )
and he knows not what he is up to, for feeding the audience, what kind of non-sense in such a story-less bakqwaas crap.

Ultimately, once you had expected it a Faraari and you come back home, buying a Yugo.

Better stop writing reviews.

This was a good movie. Very well acting by lead pair and Sanjay Mishra ofcourse.
Totally different story and concept.

If you were expecting Ferrari, its your problem.

Why do ppl expect glam-sham, settings, costumes, songs and lovey-dovey from YRF all the time?
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Care not much @ Box office or others... Who said What,.. about it,..

I go by my own feelings and opinions – “Dil ne jo kaha”
n’ I remember, I had tons of yawns watching that movie of all unnecessary races and marathons,…Uuntiya daud,...

bakari aur saand ki jodi, even singing lovey-dovey songs,…

I said “ Band kar baba, Bhawaayi bahoot ho chooki “

15 Cr ki films bani, 30 Cr ka vakra kiya, waise bhi 15 Cr kama ke... kya kuchh ukhaad liya?

Imo, Sanjay’s that other light comic movie – ankhon dekhi - was a little better,..

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according to the link i gave budget of the film was 11 crore and it earned 30 crore , so it earned almost thrice as much as it required to be made . so it is a clear cut hit .
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Nagesh Kuknoor spent some 15-20 lakhs to masks Hyderabad Blues and it got him 1 crore putting him into the industry.
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according to the link i gave budget of the film was 11 crore and it earned 30 crore , so it earned almost thrice as much as it required to be made . so it is a clear cut hit .
aare bhai , wiki says 15 Crores,..
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dum_Laga_Ke_Haisha [ right column ]

If the movie ends,.... a list of names comes below it,... if you divide that income among all,.. how many lakhs or hazaar one got ?

In US an average earner makes 1800-2000 USD biweekly - which is 1.25 lakh Rs. per 15 days,...... What those gusy made who participated in movies in some-na-some way ?

Movie like Queen was made for 12 Cr and made 108+ Cr,.. !!
Bajrangii bhaijaan was made in 90 Crores,... made 626 Crs and so on,.
even Piku like low budget, story-less,.. hoti hai - chalti hai sort of baqwaas paad-maaru crap film - made from 45 CRs to, giving 141 Crs..
senseless copy of OMG - PK made from 85 Crs to 741 Crs,...




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aare bhai , wiki says 15 Crores,..
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dum_Laga_Ke_Haisha [ right column ]

If the movie ends,.... a list of names comes below it,... if you divide that income among all,.. how many lakhs or hazaar one got ?

In US an average earner makes 1800-2000 USD biweekly - which is 1.25 lakh Rs. per 15 days,...... What those gusy made who participated in movies in some-na-some way ?

Movie like Queen was made for 12 Cr and made 108+ Cr,.. !!
Bajrangii bhaijaan was made in 90 Crores,... made 626 Crs and so on,.
even Piku like low budget, story-less,.. hoti hai - chalti hai sort of baqwaas paad-maaru crap film - made from 45 CRs to, giving 141 Crs..
senseless copy of OMG - PK made from 85 Crs to 741 Crs,...



according to industry standards any film that earns twice as much as it was made for is considered a hit film .

anyway according to wiki it also won quite a few awards---3 national awards and two filmfare awards . so it can hardly be dismissed as lightly as you think .
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Re: Ashdoc's hindi movie reviews

I want all of the movies to be a flop.
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