Desi Kalakaar music review: Yo Yo Honey Singh’s catchy rap and fun lyrics save the album from a bad review
Music: Yo Yo Honey Singh
Lyrics: Yo Yo Honey Singh, Lil Golu
Singers: Yo Yo Honey Singh, Lil Golu, Mansheel Gujral
The much hyped music album of Yo Yo Honey Singh has finally hit the stores, generating waves among his crazy fans. This particular album has been making headlines due to the Dabangg gal Sonakshi Sinha’s association with it. While the single Desi Kalakaar featuring Yo Yo Honey Singh, Sonakshi Sinha and Gulshan Grover has been trending online ever since its video was released, we were curious to know what the stylish Punjabi rapper had in store with the rest of the album. So put on your seat belts as we take you through the ups and downs of Singh’s new music album Desi Kalakaar. Click here to read more
Rabhasa movie review: Jr NTR dishes out a treat for his fans, but disappoints the rest!
The film helmed by Santosh Srinivas manages to impress in bits and pieces, but fails to make an overall impact
What’s it about: Rabhasa starring Jr NTR, Samantha and Pranitha is the same run of the mill story involving all the elements of typical commercial cinema. The story revolves around a US return student Karthik played by Jr NTR who pledges to marry his uncle’s daughter. But due to past misunderstandings, his uncle humiliates Karthik’s father and rejects the marriage proposal. An enraged Karthik then comes to Hyderabad to impress his uncle’s daughter played by Samantha Ruth Prabhu and to teach his politician uncle an unforgettable lesson. Now the romantic track kicks in as Jr NTR mistakes Pranitha to be his uncle’s daughter. There is also a sub plot which involves a blood thirsty family looking for revenge from Jr NTR for sending a kin into coma. Will Karthik marry the girl of his choice and avenge his father’s humiliation forms the rest of story. Click here to read more
Rabhasa quick movie review: Strictly for Jr NTR fans!
This Jr NTR starrer is a typical masala film, with mindless action and over the top romance
Our reviewer Subramanian Harikumar is presently watching Rabhasa at the theatres and here is what he says about his first impression of the film. Click here to read more
Raja Natwarlal movie review: Emraan Hashmi’s charm fails to fire in a dull con film!
Though the film starts off well and performances from Paresh Rawal and Kay Kay Menon are praiseworthy, the Emraan Hashmi starrer loses steam in the second half
What it’s about: It was touted as a crime-comedy film. Makers are now mixing genres in order to attract different audiences but the result is often disastrous. There was no comedy at all and crime is not what it should be. Raja (Emraan Hashmi) pulls small time cons with his partner Raghav (Deepak Tijori) a small time con artiste. He is in love with (Ziya) a bar dancer and in search for the last big con to rescue her from that murky world. Unfortunately in his bid to do so, he messes with the wrong man Vardha Yadav (Kay Kay Menon). His partner is killed and he is on the run. In desperation he turns to Yogi (Paresh Rawal) a retired ex-con to help him avenge his friends death and pull his biggest job yet. But everything goes wrong. Click here to read more
Identity Card: Kashmir, raw and real!
The film starring Vipin Sharma, Brijendra Kala and Saurabh Shukla is a brave and thought provoking sensitive thriller
Kashmir, without the William Shakespeare tadka that Vishal Bhardwaj is about to unleash on on the unsuspecting audience – that’s the world inhabited by debutant director Rahat Kazmi’s small-big film about three innocent civilians who get picked up by the Special Task Force in Srinagar. Click here to read more