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The story of the film revolves around a secret undercover unit called ‘Baby’, which is headed by Feroz Ali Khan (Danny Denzongpa). This undercover group has till date stopped many terrorist attacks in the country and has also imprint fear in the minds of various other terrorist groups.
Ajay (Akshay Kumar) is the part of the ‘Baby’ team and on their last mission they have to stop a large group of terrorists. Ajay manages to learn about a big plan of ISI and in turn gets to know about the various plots which are worked upon by the mastermind of the terrorist group, Maulana Mohammad Rahman (Rasheed Naaz).
A five year old girl from Pakistan gets separated from her mother at an Indian railway station. Lost and hungry she finds shelter at the home of Pavan, an ardent devotee of Hanuman, a devout Hindu and hailing from a robust wrestling family. Bajrangi Bhaijaan is the moving story of Pavan’s quest to unite the child with her parents against all odds. Set against the backdrop of colorful Chandni Chowk, the film travels from the heartland of Punjab, through the deserts of Rajasthan, over the snow-capped mountains of Kashmir. Bajrangi Bhaijaan tells the story of how Pavan, who will move heaven and earth to fulfill the promise he made to the girl from across the border.
#3 Tanu Weds Manu Returns
Tanu Weds Manu Returns is the sequel of hit film Tanu Weds Manu which was released in 2011. The film stars Kangana Ranaut and R.Madhavan in the lead roles. Jimmy Shergill, Deepak Dobriya & Ejaz Khan also featured in the supporting roles. Tanu Weds Manu Returns is easily one of the funniest movies in recent times. The skillful direction and Kangana’s easy virtuous makes this one an indulgent affair. The film will not only make you laugh & cry but feel also.
Piku Banerjee (Deepika Padukone), a Bong architect who live in Delhi her father Bhashkor (Amitabh Bachchan). Pappy is a raging hypochondriac, and perpetually constipated, and also, naturally, highly irritable. Everything in his life, and also somehow everything in the life of people around him depends upon his ungodly bowel movement. It doesn’t take much for his antics to drive people insane. So it becomes a task when Bhaskor plans to travel from Delhi to his native Kolkata, and naturally Pappy declares traveling by flight could be problematic for his bowel. The solution? Piku has to accompany Pappy on a cross-country road trip, along with Rana, a cab company owner turned driver (Irrfan), Pappy’s Pot and Potty assistant, and even the pot seat.
#5 ABCD 2
The aspirational dance film is based on the true-life story of four boys – Rohit, Pavan, Suresh and Vernon – who are part of a dance institute named Fictitious Dance Academy and Varun Dhawan was seen playing the role of Suresh in the film. The film is about dedication, struggle, hope and passion that help a few underdogs win the World Hip Hop Championship in Las Vegas. Even more interestingly, Suresh, whom Varun Dhawan plays, also has a role in “ABCD 2″.
One cannot miss such extravaganza on an Indian screen. Rajamouli known for his larger than life characters in the movie has taken this to many levels high .One cannot be nothing but be in awe of Prabhas as Bahubali, intelligent and strong, shrewdness and ruthlessness of Rana as Bhallala Deva, regalness of Ramyakrishna as Sivagami, loyalty of Satyaraj as Kattappa, beauty of Tamannah as Avantika, Irreplaceable Nazar as Bijjaladeva and subdued anger of Anushka as Devasena. Music by MM Keeravani is probably the biggest asset closely followed by VFX.
A remake of the 2013 Malayalam release, ‘Drishyam’ is all about a righteous family man, Vijay (played by Ajay Devgan) living in Goa. He runs a cable TV business and always stands for truth. His honesty often brings trouble for him through a local cop, who knows nothing except doing wrong. Vijay’s wife (played by Shriya Saran) is highly devoted by nature and they have two daughters. Things change for their happy family, when Inspector General Meera Deshmukh’s (played by Tabu) son Sam meets Vijay’s eldest daughter. The situation turns for the worse after the two encounter during a school picnic and an accident takes place involving Sam.
NH10 is set in the backward backwoods through which countless men and woman have already fled, with axe-wielding lunatics and malevolent spirits in delirious pursuit. This Anushka Sharma movie relocates the backwoods to the bits of Haryana that border Gurgaon. The jungle baddies are now grim-faced rural folk who live by medieval-era codes of justice and believe in the equilibrium-restoring powers of honour killing. NH10 is a genre piece that follows the formula of similarly themed films from the first frame to the last, but which also layers its predictability with social commentary. The 115-minute movie pits two Indias against each other: one that is staring blindly into an uncertain future and another whose head is turned towards an idealized past. In NH10’s telling, it’s best that these worlds never meet.
The main story of the Masaan film revolves around two separate characters ‘Devi Pathak’ played by Richa Chadda and ‘Deepak Chowdary’ played by Vicky Kaushal who lives in Varanasi. Devi Pathak’ is a student who falls in love with a guy of her class. Everything goes well until Police catches Devi red handedly with her lover in Hotel and her life changes since then. Police inspector who caught Devi starts to blackmail her and her father. On the Other hand, Deepak Chowdary who works on the Ghats of Ganga to earn his living falls in love with Shaalu belonging to upper caste. As expected, their love is against the norms of society and how they overcome their troubles forms the rest of the story.
Pyaar ka Punchnama 2 is a contemporary take on relationships and will go down becoming another cult hit in this genre. High on comedy, almost every dialogue, every situation, has you in splits. It’s better than Part 1. You can totally pick it up again and have as much good time as in the first viewing.