Another interesting film to watch in Vidya Balan’s performance, who has received National Award for her acting skills in ‘Dirty Picture’… read the first look of today’s release ‘Kahaani’, by Sujoy Gosh;
The first half of Sanam Teri Kasam has been decent throughout and the movie takes us to a different world having just love and emotions. The songs and the music have been melodious that they elevate the film well. The emotional episodes bring a huge impact on the audience though they are low and limited. The interval episodes have been heart touching and on the whole the complete first half of Sanam Teri Kasam has been extremely enjoyable.The second half which is the key for the film suffers proper narration. The major plot gets deviated and the huge dose of emotional drama kills the flavour built up during the first half. Though the lead actors impress with their performances, the second half of Sanam Teri Kasam tests the patience of the audience completely. The climax has been simple and predictable. On the whole Sanam Teri Kasam suffers lag at the right and crucial point in the film.
The first half of the movie starts with a curiosity in the audience after which they lose it because of the pathetic narration. The basic plot has been dragged too much which kills the flavor. When the audience lose their patience, the action episodes take pace which do not make any impact. Except a decent cinematography work, the first half of Ghayal Once Again offers nothing. The second half of Ghayal Once Again too offers nothing except some decent episodes. The action episodes have been completely faked up and Sunny Deol fails in all the departments in bringing out the desired output. The music has been decent and the cinematography has been top notch. The complete second half too fails to impress the audience.
The first half of Saala Khadoos has been quite interesting with the narration taking the major role. The stunning presence and stylish makeover of R Madhavan is a show stealer for sure. Except some unwanted songs and other aspects, the complete first half of the movie has been managed to be gripping and engaging. It brings lot of curiosity among the audience to wait eagerly for the second half. The second half of the movie which has to be perfect in every aspect fails to come out so. The unwanted romanctic episodes that have been indulged forcefully deviates the film. The songs too are the barriers for the film’s flow and the movie gets interesting during the pre-climax. The climax has been shot well though its completely predictable. On the whole the second half of Saala Khadoos has been ok but it fails to reach the expectations of the audience.
The first half of Mastizaade has nothing much to reveal about the plot and the narration. It is like a Sunny Leone’s skin show throughout the film. The complete plot has been sidelined and the makers wanted to make full use of casting Sunny Leone in a dual role for the movie. Though Tushar Kapoor and Vir Das tried to entertain the audience, it did not stay longer. On the whole the complete first half had Sunny Leone’s show throughout. Mastizaade carries the same flavour throughout the film. The second half of the film too reveals nothing much and in addition most of the scenes have been dragged too much that they irritate the audience. The camera has been kept towards Sunny Leone for the entire film which tests the patience of the audience. On the whole the complete second half has been driven out of expectations and makes the film fall flat.
The entire plot is messed up with the logic less comedy and silly narrations. Calling it as a sex comedy subject, KKHH3 even could not keep up that tag, as most of the dialogues are utter cheap, rather than being cheesy. Most of the scenes, are concentrated on the spoofs of the super hit Bollywood films and their dialogues, while some are funny, the rest tests the patience of the audience in the theatre. When one tries to concentrate on the plot, they surely end up in deep confusion and would be the first to step out of the theatre.
The first half of Airlift starts up well with the narration of the characters. The movie takes pace slowly and gets interesting. The director made sure that he did not indulge any unwanted entertainment which makes the complete first half impressive. The pre interval and the interval episodes have been narrated well which makes the film quite impressive. The second half of the film is the show stealer completely. Yes, there are dips in between, but the other episodes have been shot exceptionally well which makes the second half of Airlift bring a lot of impact. Though the evacuation episodes have been wrapped up in fast moves, the climax of Airlift sure ends up on a stupendous note.