Bobby Talks Cinema Rss Feed http://www.bobbytalkscinema.com KUTTRAM 23 (Tamil / 2017) - It simply stuns you with its revelations solving the strange case of murder of three pregnant women. (Review by Bobby Sing)

A powerful crime thriller based on the case of a series of murders of three otherwise well-off pregnant women, KUTTRAM 23 (meaning Crime 23) simply stuns the viewer with its revelations solving the strange case and also exposes a shocking medical scam undertaken by a well-known city hospital and its reputed doctors.

Beginning with the twin murder of a Father in the church and a lady confessing her sin, the film slowly heads towards it ‘shocking plot’ (post the usual romance) and then suddenly has an unexp
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THONDIMUTHALUM DRIKSAKSHIYUM (Malayalam / 2017) - Incredibly charming real life cinema that gives you so much to cheer and praise wholeheartedly. (Movies To See Before You Die - Thriller / Drama)

The title in Malayalam means \'The Exhibits and The Eyewitness\', and the film is one of the most charming human dramas witnessed in the recent decades as an intelligently crafted black comedy commenting upon various aspects of our society, focusing on a police station.

Cinema is all about storytelling and THONDIMUTHALUM DRIKSAKSHIYUM simply amazes you with its basic story plot written by Sajeev Pazhoor, that remains unimaginable and unpredictable right till the finale ending on
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THUPPARIVAALAN (Tamil / 2017) - A stylishly conceived, entertaining investigative thriller inspired from Sherlock Holmes. [TTP (To The Point) Review by Bobby Sing]

Written and directed by Myyskin, THUPPARIVAALAN (meaning Sleuth) is a Tamil detective crime thriller inspired from Arthur Conan Doyle\'s characters Sherlock Holmes and his friendly assistant Watson (mentioned in its opening credits). Vishal, plays the eccentric, restless detective in the film who is desperately looking for a case when a little boy comes to him reporting a surprising murder of his pet dog with a bullet. The detective takes up the cas
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THEERAN ADHIGAARAM ONDRU (Tamil/2017) - A rock solid, action packed crime thriller revolving around a scary real life case. (Review by Bobby Sing)

An outstanding, edge of the seat, solid, action packed investigation thriller, THEERAN ADHIGAARAM ONDRU (meaning Brave - Chapter One) is Tamil film written and directed by Sathuranga Vettari based on all true events of Operation Bawarja Case. A rare investigation, wherein a group of ruthless unknown killers were tracked down by the key officers of Tamil Nadu police from Uttar Pradesh post a long painful search all over the country about a decade back. 

The heavily armed
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COCO (English/Animation/2017) - A rare expressive masterpiece that presents the world of The DEAD so adorably like never before. (Movies To See Before You Die - Drama / Animation)

As mentioned in the detailed review available at the link below, I never assumed or expected the subject of DEATH or \'The Feelings of The Dead\' would ever be the core theme of an animated film and its characters narrated so effectively. 
 
Coming as a pleasant surprise COCO does the rare, unexpected magic on the screen talking about The Land of the Dead and this is a film that urgently deserves to be seen rediscovering the important concept
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TIGER ZINDA HAI - Solely focusing on action and guns this simply makes a mess of a potential real life plot. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

The sequel to EK THA TIGER (2012) coming after a gap of five years is a perfect example of how a ‘star-led commercial venture’ completely ruins an otherwise potential plot based on a real life event.

Revealing the actual scenario, here at one end director Ali Abbas Zafar thoughtfully adapts the scary ‘Indian Nurses Abduction’ incident of 2014 in his sequel TIGER ZINDA HAI, but on the other simply forgets to give any kind of emphasis on their tragic st
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Lata Mangeshkar and Mohd. Rafi in English film ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND. (Did You Know Facts of Hindi Cinema by Bobby Sing)

Friends into watching experimental films made in the west might already be knowing about the presence of three Hindi film songs in the backdrop of one of the key sequences of English film ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND (2004) - that happens to be an unusual Science fiction/romantic drama directed by Michel Gondry.
 
Interestingly the three songs have been used in a particular sequence and they are: 


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Two meaningful short films/videos on CHHATH Puja representing the New INDIA. (Articles on Music, Poetry and Life by Bobby Sing)

Chhath Puja is a Hindu festival widely celebrated in the regions of Bihar, Jharkhand, and UP, along with people working or settled in other parts of the country and abroad remembering their traditional values and culture.

The detailed article in the link given below shares info about two meaningful short films/videos on the subject that deserve to be seen by all irrespective of their region or religions.

Complete article on CHHATH PUJA by Bobby Sing at UCNews portal : 

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NEWTON - Do watch it for its enlightening realistic depiction and performances, but don\'t expect it to be a comedy wrongly interpreting the trailer. [TTP (To The Point) Review by Bobby Sing)
A fine political satire revealing the ground reality of the way elections are held in the remote Naxalites influenced areas in our country, NEWTON deserves to be given a chance as an important offbeat film made on a fresh, enlightening subject never dealt before. At the same time, the film doesn’t have any highly engrossing, entertaining comic narration, one might be wrongly assuming post watching its witty trailer.
 
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HASEENA PARKAR - Another repetitive, unnecessary film made on a subject nobody is interested in. [TTP (To The Point) Review by Bobby Sing)

As if DADDY (made on the life of Mumbai’s Arun Gawli released recently) was not enough, this week we have another film based on repetitive gangsters, gang-wars and the underworld rule in the 90s with nothing fresh or novel. However for a change, this time its about a female controversial figure as Dawood’s sister operating in Mumbai on her brother’s behalf.

But unfortunately even this novel change offers nothing beyond the seen before or the usual and that too enrolling the actors who don&r
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BHOOMI - A poorly executed film based on an alarmingly relevant subject lacking the emotional connect. [TTP (To The Point) Review by Bobby Sing)

The mediocrity witnessed in the first two films of director Omung Kumar continues in his latest BHOOMI, but this time he dips even further making a terribly bad or rather horrible movie talking about an alarmingly relevant social issue without establishing any kind of emotional connect with the viewers. 

In few words, when a director suddenly comes up with a raunchy item number of Sunny Leone post intermission after dealing with a single father-daughter relationship, her brutal
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Why are we making two almost similar films simultaneously even in this well-connected era? (Articles on Cinema by Bobby Sing)

Before the social networking revolution in the new millennium, we had many instances of films being made on the same subject almost simultaneously (may be because of lack of communication or else) like:

A. Amitabh Bachchan’s INQUILAAB and Rajesh Khanna’s AAJ KAA M.L.A RAM AVATAR in 1984.

B. Amitabh’s TOOFAN and JAADUGAR being made at the same time around 1989. 
 
C. PARAMPARA/KSHATRIYA and
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5 Punjabi Family Entertainers for your great evenings together. (Articles on Cinema by Bobby Sing)

Comic, family entertainers have been the most preferred and successful genre in Punjabi Cinema till date. And the detailed article at the link given below shares 5 most appreciated (recent) Punjabi films that deserve to be seen together with the family having a good time.

The five films are:

VEKH BARATAAN CHALIYAAN
MANJE BISTRE
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TOILET: Ek Prem Katha and its similarities with other films. (Articles on Inspired Cinema by Bobby Sing)

Reportedly inspired as well as made in support of The Swachh Bharat Abhiyan started by The Government of India, Akshay Kumar’s latest venture unusually titled TOILET: Ek Prem Katha has more than one probable source of inspiration in the following films.

A. A short film titled MANINI. 
B. Film GUTRUN GUTARGUN
C. The National Award winning Tamil film J
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JOKER (Tamil/2016) - A shocking, political satire revealing the other side of The TOILET. (Review by Bobby Sing)

By now one must have seen and read a lot about Akshay Kumar’s TOILET: Ek Prem Katha made with the noble motive of supporting the Swatchh Bharat Abhiyan initiative of Government of India, especially targeting the rural regions.

However, while going through most of the reviews or write-ups on the film, I could rarely find anyone writing or even mentioning the original and most important film on this burning subject, purposefully titled JOKER (Tamil/2016) that also won the NATIONA
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JORA 10 NUMBARIA - 7 promising features of this upcoming Punjabi political thriller. (Articles on Cinema by Bobby Sing)

Breaking through the set patterns of Punjabi Cinema majorly into light-hearted family comedies and a few limited genres, JORA 10 NUMBARIA is one of those courageous promising projects sincerely willing to bring that much awaited change in Punjabi film industry and its viewership. Interestingly this also happens to be the comeback venture of the most loved veteran of Hindi cinema Dharmendra, once again featuring in a Punjabi film after a long gap.

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Post Irrfan now Nawazuddin is getting caught in an avoidable image-trap. (Articles on Cinema by Bobby Sing)
Nawazuddin plays the role of a hit man Babu Bihari in his latest BUBUMOSHAI BANDOOKBAAZ, that strongly reminds you of his similar roles in both GANGS OF WASSEYPUR (Part 2) and RAMAN RAGHAV 2.0 giving a strong feeling of Deja-Vu. Ideally this should raise an alarming signal for the exceptionally outstanding actor to take care of this ‘highly probable image trap’ at the earliest. 
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BABUMOSHAI BANDOOKBAAZ - Tries too hard to be bold and entertaining wasting a potential plot. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)
The detailed review of BABUMOSHAI BANDOOKBAAZ by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.
 
 
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A GENTLEMAN - Sadly the director duo still thinks STYLE is everything instead of CONTENT. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of A GENTLEMAN by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

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TAKE OFF (Malayalam/2017) - A brave, realistic depiction of a terrifying real life incident that deserves to be seen as a must. (Review by Bobby Sing)

In 2014, a big group of Indian nurses working in Tikrit-Iraq were abducted by the ISIS terrorist group for days before they got rescued with some timely political pressure built. A fearless member of the group played an important role in this operation constantly communicating with the Indian authorities risking her own life and TAKE OFF is fictional presentation of the event that simply excels in its execution leaving a solid impact.

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ANGAMALY DIARIES (Malayalam/2017) - Do watch it for its sincere and brutal execution featuring all amazing debutants. [TTP (To The Point) Review by Bobby Sing]

A crime thriller revolving around young gangsters and gang wars operating in the local regions, ANGAMALY DIARIES won a wide critical acclaim along with box office success majorly because of its rustic craft, realistic depiction and style of filmmaking, much more than its thin storyline or the basic theme.
 
Putting it honestly, the film hasn’t got anything fresh to convey in terms of subject or plot, but it becomes a winner because of the way director Lijo Jose Pellissery
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SWADES was actually a TV serial episode from the 90s made into a film. (Articles on Cinema by Bobby Sing)

SWADES completes 13 years in 2017 and remembering the classic winning more appreciation (in the later years) than its box office returns on the release, this is about the undisclosed fact that the film’s initial part was actually based on a TV Serial episode featuring actor turned writer-director Ashutosh Gowariker in the lead back in the mid-90s.

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MONSOON SHOOTOUT - A below average crime thriller with an interesting, experimental plot as its only merit. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

Completed and screened at Cannes Film Festival way back around 2013, this is a perfect example of how DESTINY turns the table with time and a film manages to get release due to a supporting actor instead of its leading hero after a gap of four long years.

The fact gets a visible support as MONSOON SHOOTOUT releases with newly designed posters wherein the not so prominent negative character of the film (Nawazuddin Siddiqui) gets bigger and the actual hero (Vijay Verma
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The Superstar RAJINIKANTH and a weird laboratory experimenting with animals. (DID YOU KNOW Facts of Hindi Cinema by Bobby Sing)

SUPERSTAR was a term discovered by the media to describe the impressive rise of Rajesh Khanna in the early 70s. It later got transferred to the ‘Angry Young Man’ Amitabh Bachchan. And since the last decade is being unanimously used to denote the unbelievable craze for the one and only Rajinikanth – both within the country and in the Indians living abroad beyond any close comparison.
 
Making an impactful debut in Hind
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36 CHOWRINGHEE LANE (English/1981) - The story behind its making, unique features and the OSCARS. (Movies To See Before You Die - Drama / Articles on Cinema by Bobby Sing)

The detailed article on the film by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

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FIRANGI - Why is everyone more than willing to ridicule this otherwise average entertainer. (Review By Bobby Sing)

Making a bad start with all uninteresting promos and trailers, FIRANGI actually comes out to be much better film than expected in terms of a courageous subject adapted by Kapil and his team in just his second film.

Yes, FIRANGI lacks a lot in its various departments. But it isn’t any awful or completely unbearable film too, provided one is ready to watch something else than comedy in a Kapil Sharma film.
 
Ratings : 2.5 + 0.5 / 5

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DEV ANAND’s enlightening views on Death, Maturity and living life with Creativity. (Few Life Inspiring Words and Positive Shares by Bobby Sing)

Dev Anand - the man who redefined the word ‘Evergreen’ in his own style, shares his life teaching views on Death, Maturity and Creativity in his valuable interview with Simi Grewal in her famous TV series.

The detailed article on DEV ANAND’s views by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

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MUHAFIZ (IN CUSTODY) - A not to be missed gem of Shashi Kapoor.
A classic film about India’s adorable Ganga-Jamuni tehzeeb, Urdu poetry, its eminent poets and the way we treat our stalwarts in their final years, watching MUHAFIZ will be a befitting tribute to the legendary artist, Shashi Kapoor – who successfully ventured into mainstream movies, meaningful cinema and the theater altogether like a true visionary.
 
The detailed article on MUHAFIZ (IN CUSTODY) by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link
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FUKREY RETURNS - Too casually written sequel with only Varun Sharma & Pankaj Tripathi as the two entertaining saviors. (Review by Bobby Sing)
Coming as another sequel following the trend FUKREY RETURNS doesn’t display any quality finesse in its writing or execution compared to the original film. But despite its too casual execution having many silly absurdities, the film still has two entertaining saviors in the cast as Varun Sharma (Choocha) and Pankaj Tripathi (Pandit Ji) generating the timely laughters.
 
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RIBBON - It may not be perfect, but this is what actually needs to be seen, discussed and talked about by all. (Review by Bobby Sing)

Contrary to what is being spread and wrongly taught these days, an artistic medium is not just for providing entertainment to the people or offering them some relief moments. An artistic medium be it music, poetry, painting, writing, drama, cinema or any other form of expression has also got the responsibility of pointing towards the alarming issues of our society reaching out to the masses, forcing them to think before its too late.

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TUMHARI SULU - A good film that keeps struggling to rise above \'just good\'. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

One of the biggest problems of Hindi Cinema is that even if it goes for a fresh plot, it does that half-heartedly making way for many unrequired songs (recreated tracks) and more focusing on the ‘star’ alone, seriously hampering the entire project. 

TUMHARI SULU also remains one of the above mentioned films, that can surely be called a fine debut attempt by director Suresh Triveni in terms of enjoyable, natural performances and a realistic ambience. However overall it still remains j
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AKSAR 2 - An unnecessary sequel made following the worthless trend. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

Making sequels that are not at all related to their original film as some kind of series is the new norm followed by Hindi Cinema, which is nothing but another shortcut designed to have some quick bucks. So here we yet again have a similar sequel that completely misses the most important feature of its original and that is a hit soundtrack.

 
In fact AKSAR (2006) can easily be quoted as a film that worked more because of its music than anything else, which is nowhere to be found in the so called (u
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Irony of Indian Cinema - Where even censored films can be dropped and violently opposed. (An overview by Bobby Sing)

Two films selected by the appointed Jury of this year’s International Film Festival of India, got pulled off by the authorities without any information given to the head or members. One of them also had its title changed as per the censor board instructions. Revolting against the act, the jury head resigns. On the other side a theater gets vandalized for showing the already censored trailer of upcoming PADMAVATI.

 
And all this happens for the content that has been legally ce
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QARIB QARIB SINGLLE - Not as bright, lively and entertaining as its trailer. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

The short review of QARIB QARIB SINGLLE by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.


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SHAADI MEIN ZAROOR AANA - Do attend this marriage that could have been a lot better with an UNHAPPY ending. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

The short review of SHAADI MEIN ZAROOR AANA by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

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TAKE OFF (Malayalam) & TIGER ZINDA HAI (Hindi) - 2 distinctive visions of our Indian Cinema. (An overview by Bobby Sing)

A group of Indian nurses working in Iraq were abducted by the ISIS terrorists back in 2014 making an international news, who later got rescued post several efforts made by the ministry and many others as a collective mission.

The incident got adapted as the backdrop of an exceptional Malayalam movie TAKE OFF released in March 2017. And now we have Salman Khan’s upcoming TIGER ZINDA HAI also talking about the same with an entirely different vision.

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ITTEFAQ - Neither any engaging murder mystery nor an exact remake of Yash Chopra’s inspired classic. (Beyond The Review By Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of ITTEFAQ by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

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BHALWAN SINGH (Punjabi) - An unconvincing and convenient period drama with decent lead performances. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of BHALWAN SINGH by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

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VILLAIN (Malayalam) - Mohanlal is the only one shining in this average thriller. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)
Mohanlal and Vishal as the two rivals in a crime thriller titled VILLAIN certainly raised the expectations to a different level altogether before the film’s release. But at times, even masters falter in their efforts, getting lost in their own ‘between the lines’ strong messages forgetting the general audience.
 
In fact that’s exactly what happens with VILLAIN which otherwise comes up with a decent thought of “Everything is Gr
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JIA AUR JIA - Criminally wastes two talented actors so irresponsibly. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

The names of Richa Chadha and Kalki Koechlin (in particular) used to ensure a decently watchable film made on a not so routine stuff with a difference. But unfortunately that myth stands broken with JIA AUR JIA as neither the film is even watchable as a mere time-pass nor it has any novel, experimental subject based on the same overused plot of a protagonist suffering from ‘terminal illness\'.

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RUKH - Pretty slow, unexciting but an intense, performance oriented thriller with an emotional twist. (Review by Bobby Sing)

RUKH actually made be sad, as this certainly could have been such an exciting thriller with the entire investigations moving on one track and the suspense coming out to be completely different with a touching emotional twist making a solid impact. 

But unfortunately the film doesn’t come up with any such exciting execution and probably was made by the talented debut director Atanu Mukherjee with a fixed mindset of presenting it as an off-beat, festival friendly film for his own reasons. As
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The iconic climax of DDLJ (1995) and its link with Jab Jab Phool Khile (1965) and Billy Wilder. (Did You Know Facts by Bobby Sing)

Railway platforms have been an integral part of our Hindi cinema in the last millennium and there have been numerous films with their emotional concluding sequences shot at the location (or set) bringing in the last moment excitement. 

With air-travel becoming the new-norm post the 90s, the scenario changed to airports instead of railway platforms in the spirited climax of our love stories. But still, one of most successful, loved and cherished romantic films of Hindi cinema DDLJ, had its climax shot on the rail
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BAISHE SRABON (Bengali / 2011) - A must watch dark, unusual serial killer film with a unique culmination. (Review By Bobby Sing)

Based on a gripping psychological plot, this is not just a technically well-made film revolving around a serial killer, but is a unique, praiseworthy project that gives you much more than an engrossing, satisfying mystery, especially to a non-Bengali viewer, not aware of such interesting details of the language and its literary culture. 

The film is a poetic thriller based on the search of a psychopath serial killer who leaves a Bengali poem next to the body of his every victim, printed in the same style with some hidden clues l
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GOLMAAL AGAIN - Offers a fairly good time in the theater with a thoroughly enjoyable first half and an average second. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of GOLMAAL AGAIN by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

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SECRET SUPERSTAR - Entertaining but also misguiding in terms of talent, struggle and success. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing giving you the real scenario)

The detailed review of SECRET SUPERSTAR by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

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A rare, interesting glitch in a famous song from the classic MOTHER INDIA. (Did You Know Facts of Hindi Cinema by Bobby Sing)

As one of the most celebrated, quoted and inspirational Indian film, Mehboob Khan’s MOTHER INDIA needs no introduction of any kind to a lover of Hindi cinema. And it actually remains the film sowing the seeds of the famous ‘Angry Young Man’ era in Hindi cinema resulting in classic gems such as GANGA JAMUNA, DEEWAAR and many more.

Being the remake of Mehboob Khan’s own 1940 creation AURAT, the film had a powerful, socially relevan
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RANCHI DIARIES - The young team fails to take any advantage of the opportunity given. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of RANCHI DIARIES by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

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ABY BABY - AMITABH’s rare pop/remix album with BALLY SAGOO. (An overview by Bobby Sing)
In the mid-90s the music scene in India was dominated by Pop music and videos with repeated telecast on both MTV and VTV (the two close competitors), several times a day influencing young music lovers. One of the most popular artists of those times was Bally Sagoo, who had made a grand entry in the world of both pop and remix music with songs such as “Jhoole Jhoole Laal” (Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan), “Gurh Nalon Ishq Mitha”
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TU HAI MERA SUNDAY - A real, positive film that deserves to be seen and applauded. (Review by Bobby Sing)

There are certain scary truths in our lives, we are very much aware of, but they are consciously ignored as we are not able or willing to do anything about them continuing with the routine life. 

Couldn’t get it……. allow me to disturb you further mentioning some blunt truths beautifully portrayed in this small, well-made gem that might be an eye-opener for many.
 
A. Have you ever realized that the number of houses we have bought and the cars in
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CHEF - A sweet, emotional film that needs to be seen taking the teenage kids along. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of CHEF by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

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KUNDAN SHAH - The man who actually laid the foundation of 3 IDIOTS more than a decade before. (Articles on Cinema by Bobby Sing)

Clearing it in the beginning, this is not any ‘obituary article’ praising an exceptionally gifted person after he is gone, when we didn’t care to write and talk about him when he was alive. Moreover I personally find writing obituaries a kind of disrespect towards a person as a mere obligation that needs to be fulfilled being in the media writing about films. It’s like getting a call saying, “He is dead…… please write something on him quick in a few hours to feed the readers”.&nb
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GHAR (1978) - Ironically more famous for its music, instead of the bold-socially relevant theme and an outstanding lead performance. (An overview by Bobby Sing)

A descriptive article on GHAR (1978) by Bobby Sing written for UC-News can be read at the following link.

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VIVIDH BHARATI - I actually hated the radio in the mornings and truly loved it at nights. (Those Cherished Moments - by Bobby Sing)
Reading many heartfelt write-ups on the 60th anniversary of radio’s Vividh Bharati, I travel back to those days when I actually hated the Radio in the early mornings and truly loved it at nights.
 
HATED since its signature tune remained the first sound I had to hear for years in the mornings along with a call to get-up for school coming from the kitchen (that become active almost an hour before).
 
It was late 70s and the moment I used to hear the opening tan
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U-Turn (2016/Kannada) - Keeps you guessing with its superfine and novel mix of suspense, thrill and horror. (Review By Bobby Sing)
You must have seen concrete blocks kept as dividers on the road close to a busy flyover to avoid sudden turn taken by vehicles leading to fatal accidents. Many a times motorists move one or two blocks making their way for a U-turn and then drive away without keeping them back in line resulting in deadly accidents later at night. That happens quite often and people commit this mistake in order to save their time avoiding the traffic or a very long turn. 
 
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Dhuruvangal Pathinaaru / D-16 ( Tamil/2016 ) (Movies To See Before You Die - Suspense)
Let me first explain its unusual title that will surely raise your curiosity towards the film and its commendable execution as a rare crime mystery thriller. The English translation of the phrase is 16 EXTREMES that can also be referred as 16 Directions to be specific and you can further take it as a film about an old unsolved case looked upon through (16) different hidden directions as per the various characters associated with it.
 
An officer retires post a hit and run case
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SPYDER (Telugu) - Had Murugadoss thought of a different second half, this could have been a cult Indian film on a horrifying serial killer. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)
The detailed review of SPYDER by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.
 

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JUDWAA 2 - Strictly to be tried if you are a die-hard fan of someone in the film & cannot miss it. (Review by Bobby Sing)

One of the most successful directors of Hindi cinema going for a remake (not sequel) of his two decades old hit reveals shortage of ideas and lack of willingness to take risk declared openly. But the questionable attempt still becomes acceptable, in case the director comes up with a much better film based on the same script with necessary new-age changes and a young cast.

Unfortunately that isn’t the case with David Dhawan’s reboot JUDWAA 2, since the film isn’t any better remake of
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Do not entirely rely upon WIKIPEDIA for any research or study. (Addressing the young friends in particular conveying an alarming issue) - By Bobby Sing

Despite awareness being spread at school level too about the public-contribution base of WIKIPEDIA without any solid authentication check (operational since the beginning of this new millennium), many still wrongly consider it to be all true, and feel no need of confirming the information from a second reliable source leading to faulty conclusions.
 
Relying on the same misconception, many young enthusiastic friends base their articles or projects on such questionable research forming a regular
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KARISHMA KAPOOR and her unmatchable energized performance in peppy dance numbers. (In reference to JUDWAA 2 by Bobby Sing)

The new release JUDWAA 2 is a remake by director David Dhawan of his own 1997 hit JUDWAA featuring Salman Khan and Karishma Kapoor in the lead. And those who have seen the 97 film, preferably at the time of its release would agree that a hit soundtrack made a big contribution in its success and the songs actually became much more entertaining on screen due to Karishma Kapoor and her unmatchable dancing moves taking them to another level.

A National Award winner for
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JUDWAA 2 - Interesting facts about the film being a trendy remake of a remake of a remake. (An overview by Bobby Sing)

Though cleverly titled as JUDWAA 2, the film is actually not any sequel to David-Salman-Karishma’s 1997 hit JUDWAA, but a fresh reboot/remake of the same, honestly confessed by the director David Dhawan in his interviews before the release. However the hidden fact remains that this is one of those rare cases where a film is remade taking its major content from a two decades old Hindi film which was itself a remake of a Telugu hit. But that’s also not all, as the Telugu film to
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All about the Iranian film and NEWTON, that is NOT A COPY. (A revealing analysis by Bobby Sing)
To begin with, it was really an amazing chain of events experienced in the last two days in relation to film NEWTON that had already raised enough curiosity and excitement post its wide appreciation in festivals and an interesting trailer released.
 
The positive reviews started pouring in from Wednesday onwards and just on its release day, the announcement of the film getting selected as this year’s Indian official entry for the Oscars came with a perfectly amazing timing raising some im
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The original script of SIMRAN - A much superior and entertaining read than the dry solo-show released as a film. (A comparison by Bobby Sing)

Adding to the ongoing debate or controversy over the initially submitted draft and the actual film made, SIMRAN’s original script was recently uploaded at Scribd.com and it was really enlightening to find that it was a much better submission in comparison to the final outcome seen on the bigger screen.

Written by Apurva M Asrani, the initial script happens to be much more descriptive, logical and a winner in terms of characterization in particular, focusing more upon the life o
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LUCKNOW CENTRAL and its unacceptable absurdities (An overview by Bobby Sing)

As a film based upon and strongly promoted to be a prison-break thriller, LUCKNOW CENTRAL just got the cinematography, art direction and a couple of songs right in its 150 minutes of duration full of many unacceptable absurdities. And it was really a pity since the film had a promising plot and many exceptionally talented actors in the cast too led by Farhan Akhtar, who strangely acts quite casually missing the required pain and aggression of a falsely convicted youth.

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LUCKNOW CENTRAL - A rare prison break film that isn\'t interested in offering anything logical, thrilling or exciting. (Review By Bobby Sing)

If a film is clearly promoted as a prison break thriller wherein a group of prisoners form a band with a hidden plan to escape before their performance on stage, then one excitingly expects some great entertainment with many intense, engaging sequences. And the expectations grow in many folds when you have names such as Farhan Akhtar, Deepak Dobriyal, Rajesh Sharma, Inaamulhaq, Gippy Grewal (from Punjab), Manav Vij, Virendra Saxena and Ronit Roy in the cast playing the key roles.

S
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PATEL KI PUNJABI SHAADI - A badly conceived film featuring two veteran actors. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

It’s a known fact that the investors or producers are always more interested in playing their gamble on known faces of the industry instead of the inexperienced new talent waiting for their turn or chance to showcase their fresh, unexplored vision. 

But it’s really a shame when all those reputed names deliver a film like PATEL KI PUNJABI SHAADI that is nothing more than a hurriedly and poorly made project without anything concrete on paper as a good storyline or script. In other words, it certainly s
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SIMRAN - A likable lead act minus a strong supporting cast and songs fails to create any magic resulting in an average film. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of SIMRAN by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

http://tz.ucweb.com/9_1uVn7 

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SIMRAN (2017) inspired from SANDEEP KAUR, the NRI bank robber in America arrested in 2015.

After running a successful publicity campaign beginning from AAP KI ADALAT to a desperate bold song made with AIB team, Kangna Ranuat is now having a ‘do or die’ kind of Friday with her SIMRAN revolving around a free spirited Gujarati girl going for bank robberies.

But not many know that its basic storyline is inspired from a recent NRI bank robber SANDEEP KAUR who successfully robbed four banks in America before getting caught in
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KARMA (Tamil/2015) (Movies To See Before You Die - Suspense/Mystery)

Indian regional language cinema delivers another path-breaking milestone as KARMA, a suspense mystery drama that amazes you both with its content and execution together, along with becoming the first Tamil movie to release directly online without any theatrical release.

And why it is considered to be an exceptional, path-breaking experimental movie?

That’s because it’s a murder-suspense/mystery based on a police interrogation shot in just a single room with only two peop
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MUGHAL-E-AZAM in Delhi - A not to be missed extraordinary cinematic expression presented LIVE on stage. (An overview by Bobby Sing)
Originally written as a play by Imtiaz Ali and first conceived as a film by the visionary K.Asif in the mid-40s, MUGHAL-E-AZAM once again returns to stage after seven decades as a grand adaptation of the epic film in a new-age avatar superbly visualised and directed by Feroz Abbas Khan. And believe me, this is something you have never seen before on an Indian stage till date providing an unbelievable kind of incredible grand experience.
 

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POSTER BOYS - Occasionally funny with all likable lead performances including the best coming from the debutant director himself. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)
The detailed review of POSTER BOYS by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.
 

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DADDY - It comes too late with everything already seen before in numerous movies. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of DADDY by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

http://tz.ucweb.com/9_Pv9w

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BAADSHAHO - A supposedly heist movie that forgets focusing on the heist. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of BAADSHAHO by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

http://tz.ucweb.com/9_lQ8u

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JORA 10 NUMBARIA (Punjabi) - A familiar, cliched theme with cinematic moments and dialogues, indicating a promising Punjabi director in the making. (A personal letter-cum-Review by Bobby Sing)

Though the latest Punjabi release titled JORA 10 NUMBARIA has a theme you have already seen several times before in Hindi cinema in many RGV and Anurag Kashyap films. But it still isn’t any usual or routine project for a major reason, you might not find mentioned in any other review written all over the web and print media. Therefore consider this as a revealing, insightful personal letter/write-up much more than just a regular review written for a new Punjabi release.

Besides
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SHUBH MANGAL SAAVDHAN - Carefully toned down, fair remake of a path-breaking original. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of SHUBH MANGAL SAAVDHAN by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

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SNIFF - Amole once again excels with kids in a flawed yet fresh, children detective film. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)
The detailed review of SNIFF by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.
 
 
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The immensely blessed Saira Banu and the amazing love story of SAIRA-DILIP. (A loving share by Bobby Sing)

The initial article titled,

“Probably the most blessed lady in our tinseltown - SAIRA BANU” 
- by Bobby Sing 

can be read at the following link @ UCNews
 
Taking it further,
for a moment just think about a young girl who began
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BAREILLY KI BARFI, SAAJAN (1991) and more similar films. (Articles on Inspired Cinema by Bobby Sing)
A love triangle where a person requests, hires or sends another person to convey the message/offer or to impress the leading lady, unintentionally creating a love-triangle has been the most favourite clichéd formula of Hindi romantic films since the 50s.
 
Most recently it was there in SAAJAN (1991), SAPNAY (1997/MINSARA KANAVU in Tamil), YES BOSS (1997) and interestingly even in SANGAM (1964 - One of the most famous Hin
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BAREILLY KI BARFI - A repetitive, average rom-com saved by its performances. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of BAREILLY KI BARFI by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.


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TOILET Ek Prem Katha - A film that remains trapped in the dilemma of being a PR project for a cause and an entertaining Hindi film. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of TOILET Ek Prem Katha  by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.


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VEKH BARAATAN CHALLIYAN (Punjabi) - Do join in the unique wedding celebrations and have a good time in the theater. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of VEKH BARAATAN CHALLIAN by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

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JAB HARRY MET SEJAL - It\'s better to fail in an experiment than to disappoint so badly with such a soulless film. (Beyond The Review By Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of JAB HARRY MET SEJAL by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

http://tz.ucweb.com/8_jIe7 

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MUBARAKAN - Its like a Rajshri family drama made in a typical Bazmee style in Punjabi. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of MUBARAKAN by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

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RAAG DESH - An exclusive and enlightening film on INA and a lesser-known court trial of its three officers. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of RAAG DESH by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

http://tz.ucweb.com/7_2c7dp 

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INDU SARKAR - Timely as well as too careful exploitation of the subject results in a plain average film. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of INDU SARKAR by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

http://tz.ucweb.com/7_29ngt 

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SIKH lead characters all over Hindi Cinema like never before. (Extended Article by Bobby Sing)

The detailed article “One Friday - Three Hindi Films – And they all have key Sikh characters in their narrative” by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

http://tz.ucweb.com/7_286i8

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HAWA HAWA - Hassan Jahangir\'s original album that became an instant hit in India in 1989. (Extended Article by Bobby Sing)

The detailed article on HAWA HAWA album by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

http://tz.ucweb.com/7_212zY 

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THE BLACK PRINCE - Shabana shines in this slow paced yet important documentation of a lesser-known historical chapter. (Beyond The Review By Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of THE BLACK PRINCE by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

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MUNNA MICHAEL - They neither respect, pay or try new talented writers nor stop making films on the same old rotten plots. (Beyond The Review By Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of MUNNA MICHAEL by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

 

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LIPSTICK UNDER MY BURKHA - Another version of PARCHED that successfully entertains the viewers through its mature content, cleverly served in the name of women empowerment. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of LIPSTICK UNDER MY BURKHA by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

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SHAB - An unimpressive film by Onir made in Madhur Bhandarkar mode. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of SHAB by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

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JAGGA JASOOS - An innovative, path-breaking attempt that could have been a game-changer in a better version. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)
The detailed review of JAGGA JASOOS by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.
 
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CHANNA MEREYA (Punjabi) - Though having nothing new as a plot, it still remains a sincere remake of SAIRAT with some notable merits. (Detailed Review By Bobby Sing)
A brief review of CHANNA MEREYA (Punjabi) by Bobby Sing was published in Mumbai’s reputed newspaper MID-DAY and can be read at the following link.
 
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MOM - Despite a repetitive, predictable subject & flaws, it still scores well due to its polished execution and all emotionally charged acts led by Sridevi. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of MOM by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.


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GUEST IIN LONDON - An unrequired, unofficial remake with an emotionally moving climax that should have been a part of a better film. (Review By Bobby Sing)

A director remaking his own film after a few years has quite a few examples in Hindi Cinema with the most famous being Mehboob Khan remaking his AURAT (1940) as MOTHER INDIA (1947). These are the instances wherein either the director wished to convey something powerful, readdressing it in a more important and refined remake or he intended to repeat the earlier success of a film after a decade or so just to have another hit in his name.

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SPIDER-MAN HOMECOMING - This time we have a much better fun filled, campus film with a few exciting highlights. [TTP (To The Point) Review By Bobby Sing]

Unlike the last few films in the series, the present Spider-Man reboot at last brings backs the fond memories beginning with the famous cult track and then moving back to the campus introducing a Peter Parker who neither is any journalist nor has any mysterious persona of a superhero in the making. The narration takes it time to grow but then does manage to bring in the excitement through some fresh entertaining insertions without any cluster of sub-plots as a much better, funny and enjoyable film (compared to the earlier se
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BABY DRIVER (English) - Less explosive than expected, but does have many exciting electrifying moments as a rare musical crime thriller. So do watch it! (Review By Bobby Sing)

The film’s well edited trailer with pulsating music, execution and attitude really filled me with excitement. And the film largely turned out to be the same with a little less explosive than expected in its prominently displayed ‘heist’ angle.
 

In simple words, if you love watching high paced action thrillers equipped with foot tapping musical score majorly focusing on road-chase sequences (like MAD MAX: FURY ROAD) then this is just for you. Edgar Wright’s urban
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PHULLU - The first gutsy Hindi film on the subject of women\'s menstrual cycle and the importance of \'Sanitary Pads\', that sadly fails to become a path breaking eye-opener. (Review By Bobby Sing)
It’s both sad and ironical that the film which was made with a worth praising intention of educating the young and old was given an A certificate by the Censor Board since it talked about women’s menstrual cycle and the importance of sanitary pads ensuring their healthy growth. The film was in news for this very reason but still could get only a few shows in some selected cities, further limiting its reach missing the target audience.
 
At the same time, another unfortunate fact remains that though
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SUPER SINGH (Punjabi) - A strictly routine and forced religious propaganda kind of superhero film from Anurag & Diljit. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of SUPER SINGH (Punjabi) by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

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AARANYA KAANDAM (2011/Tamil) - A must watch gangster thriller for its technical excellence and execution following the cult PULP FICTION genre. (Review by Bobby Sing)

 A critically acclaimed, award winning dark thriller, AARANYA KAANDAM is a must watch film for the lovers of ‘new-age experimental cinema’ for more than one solid reasons as shared below.

1. Widely appreciated its considered to be the first new-noir (modern dark crime thrillers) in Tamil Cinema, breaking new grounds in film-making with its unique treatment.
 
2. The title AARANYA KAANDAM is named on one specific chapter of the epic RAMAYANA
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BANK CHOR - Another of those casual filler projects made for the constant supply to the multiplexes apart from the timely biggies. (Beyond The Review By Bobby Sing)

The detailed review of BANK CHOR by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.

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