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ShiviFebruary 2, 20206min820

Street Dancer 3D Movie Review – Not for story watch this movie for the love of dance

Star – Varun Dhawan, Shraddha Kapoor, Prabhu Deva, Nora Fatehi, Aparshakti Khurana

Director – Remo D’Souza

Produced By: Bhushan Kumar, Divya Khosla Kumar, Krishan Kumar & Lizelle D’Souza

Co-Producers: Vinod Bhanushali & Shiv Chanana

Ratings: 3 out of 5 stars

 

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Street Dancer 3D Movie Review

London streets swarming with local hip hop and street dancers is what the dancer’s life is. And to witness it to the fullest this movie can be a catch for you. The dancers wiggling to the wild beats this the chord of street dancer 3d. This movie is an elaborate celebration of dance.

 

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Storyline – Street Dancer 3D Movie Review

So how does the story goes – it starts with two arch-rivals – Inayat (Shraddha Kapoor) and Sahej (Varun Dhawan). These two are the captains of two strong dance teams – Rule Breakers and Street Dancers, respectively. In order to prove their mastery over one another, both the bands lock horns in a top-notch dance competition. But, their individual outlook towards life and the situations going around them drastically change their threads and eventually they both fought as one team.

Plot – Street Dancer 3D Movie Review

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Plot – Street Dancer 3D, is set in London and directed by Remo D’Souza. It delivers a superfluity of raucous callisthenics which are exasperated by a storyline that revolves wildly between the laughable and the hypocritical circumstances. On the other hand, I’m not going further to plot which swivels around a pacifist theme that pulls off the plight of the illegal immigrants from the subcontinent (irrespective of their home country) languishing in the UK.

 

The animosity starts from the zeal to do something different. Although both the gangs have their own fan base still wish to do something different and prove their best dancing skills. What starts off as a simple tiff between two opponents, it takes the form of something huge than themselves. Then in the story comes one of the grandest dance challenges in the world. Originally a dance flick, ‘Street Dancer 3D’ also encapsulates the moral maturity of a pack of skilled dancers – both on stage and the bigger theatrics that is life.

 

Dance & Art – Street Dancer 3D Movie Review

The choreographer-turned-writer/director Remo – has really pumped up the dancing skills and styles of dancing and forms in this movie. The presentation of various dance forms – Jazz, Contemporary, Afro, Krump, Locking and Popping, Animation Tutting, Urban and Slow Mo. – and has even aptly managed to rope in some very impeccable performers from the world of street dancers and underground hip hop dancers. In fact, with her top knot, big hair, a profusion of sassy and flawless dancing, Nora Fatehi as Mia turns out to be quite a discovery and exhibits the charm of a glam diva. Other than Shradhha and Varun’s attractive representation of desi-at-heart NRIs, the duo has worked relentlessly hard on their attitudes and overall dance moves, and it shows on screen as well. Apart from being surrounded by talented professional dancers, they were good. The 3d effects I feel were overdoing as there was not much need for these effects in the whole movie except a few dance numbers. Prabhudeva’s revamped version of ‘Muqabla’ stirs old memories and is a moment to watch out for.

 

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ShiviJanuary 26, 20206min1430

Tanhaji Movie Review: The Unsung Warrior appeared to engage audiences on a larger scale and delivered a solid action-drama instead.

Tanhaji Movie Review

The Trailer of Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior was an aversion. With its references to ‘aurat ka ghoonghat’ and ‘brahman ka janeu,’ and its bold proclamation about Tanaji Malusare’s capture of Kondhana fort being a ‘surgical strike,’ it appeared like yet another hyper-masculine exercise playing on the toxic pseudo-nationalist fervour that has grasped our nation. (Plus, Ajay Devgn can spell his name and his ‘film’ production company any way he wants, but in our history books, the warrior’s name has constantly been spelt as ‘Tanaji’.)

Regrettably, big Hindi films appear to be the most comfortable item to pull into a useless political controversy. Tanhaji also got into one because of the film it was released with Deepika Padukone’s Meghna Gulzar directorial Chhapaak. The two films were automatically pitted as judgments against each other depending on who you side with politically.

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The most striking features of the film are its action. It has, by a distance, some of the best-choreographed action sequences in a Hindi film ever. It has also been shot rather well by Japanese cinematographer Keiko Nakahara. (She also shot the Sonakshi Sinha-starrer Noor, which has gained current-day Mumbai better than most films in recent times.) The film has frequently been shot on green screen sets, which shows. But it does not jar and looks better in 3D. (I watched the film in 3D, and saw the trailer on the big screen a few days earlier in 2D.)

Massively inspired by the action in Zack Snyder’s 300 in terms of style, but given its unique spin in terms of shot-taking and combining the action with the story, the film does not overdo its set-pieces, spacing them out with the plot and its dramatic graph. Whenever they are used, they are administered well, with the ones in the climax of the film being quite innovative, reflecting that Tanaji was indeed known for being adept at innovative guerrilla warfare.

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The film also takes into account the fact Shivaji had nothing against Islam as a religion. His grouse was toward the rule of the Mughal empire, which he struggled with all his might, inspiring thousands of others to fight for their freedom. Indeed, the Maratha society and army under Shivaji was a composite one, with all faiths being granted a part of his people.

The other force of the film is the character of Shivaji, played by Sharad Kelkar. I cannot think of a better-cast role in recent times. His voice and his character go well with the faith around Shivaji, even though he is half a foot taller in real life than the legendary king was supposed to be. Tanhaji’s commitment to his king thus hardly seems accidental. It seems like a genuine reason for his absolute commitment to reclaim Kondhana fort.

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Khan’s appearance is worthy of a precise piece all by itself; not because the actor has pulled off something remarkable from an acting prospect, but because he seems to have figured out the exact pitch of a commercial ‘performance’ in a film like this. So Khan’s urban savvy is still there to see just under the Udaybhan exterior, but it only helps the film, distinguishing with the stoic Devgn’s intense-but-one-note Tanaji.

My Ratings for this movie: 4 stars out of 5 stars.

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ShiviJanuary 14, 202010min583

Watch video review on YouTube – https://youtu.be/LOHwyoqTIbE 

 

DirectorRaj Mehta

Music directorJohn Stewart

ProducersAkshay KumarKaran JoharShashank Khaitan

Cast: Akshay Kumar, Kareena Kapoor, Kiara Advani, Diljit Dosanjh, Adil Hussain, Tisca Chopra

My Ratings: 3.5 on 5 stars

 

The use of the word “sperm” is considered to be a big taboo in our society. But in this film, the use of sperm is all over the places. If we go by the master himself – Taran Adarsh, he has rated the movie a blockbuster by 4 out of 5 stars. Whereas a few media channels are claiming it as a boring and lethargic topic by giving it a 2 out of 5 stars. Well, I have watched the movie and read what I have to say about Good Newwz Movie Review.

 

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The word sperm was last use thoroughly in the Hindi movie Vicky Donor, since then this kind of Hakte use of this term is not seen in Bollywood cinema. Good Newwz comes with a genuinely striking story which is realistic as well in our surroundings. It is a pasteurised, still-born comedy that connects on a pregnancy clinic mix-up that sends two culturally dissimilar couples into a spiral of desperation and confusion. Both states of mind are likely to spill out of the film’s smooth universe and rub off on all but the most liberal of Mumbai movie fans who may be twisted to fall for its gossamer veneer and full-of-beans star cast. But that is, of course, the most invisible one anticipates from a movie that has Karan Johar on board as a co-producer.

 

The Movie Review

 

Deepti (Kareena Kapoor Khan) and Varun Batra (Akshay Kumar) are a rich, high-flying wedded couple. They live in Mumbai and are very much gripped in their respective careers. Deepti wishes to have a baby and they both have been trying for years. Here the comedy and the urge between both of them seemed to be complimenting. Later when they could not due to family pressure they consulted one of the best fertility specialists in the city. The doctor advises IVF and they were ready for it. 

 

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The only hitch is when after a few days the procedure is through, Deepti and Varun are told there has been a sperm mix-up with another couple with the same last name. Enter ‘the Batras from Chandigarh’ into their lives. Honey (Diljit Dosanjh) and Monika (Kiara Advani) are a raucous Punjabi couple and now it’s an impeccable clash of judgments between the two sets of Batras. As both Deepti and Monika shortly find out they are pregnant, the rest of the film traces how the couples come to terms and deal with this strange situation.

 

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Through much of its runtime, director Raj Mehta guarantees that ‘Good Newwz’ stays true to its genre with several light-hearted and humorous moments. Add to that, the speed of the film stays mostly tight. Although given the subject and basis the anecdote, at times, tramps into a problematic zone and position. And some of the jokes seem off-colour. There’s also an inclination to over-explain and analyse in some portions which stick out. Also, the screenplay barely pricks the surface when it comes to getting into the depth and complexity of the situation.

 

Nevertheless, the performances are top-notch. Kareena Kapoor Khan lifts the show and delivers a knockout performance as the refined Deepti, and her character’s passionate arc is developed well. Akshay Kumar hits the right spot with his comic timing. As does Diljit Dosanjh, who settles his teeth into his character and plays it with full enthusiasm. Kiara Advani is a very serious actor and has made a strong impression. Adil Hussain as the straight-faced doctor, at the core of all the confusion, is a howl. And as a couple, both Kareena and Akshay play off each other well and many of their interplays come off as very relatable.

 

At the heart of it, ‘Good Newwz’ is a light and sprightly comedy and assuredly makes for an exciting watch. Read more movie reviews of your favourite movies from Hollywood and Bollywood. 

 



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