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Raabta - CAST

Sushant Singh Rajput as Shiv / Jilaan
Kriti Sanon as Saira / Saiba
Jim Sarbh
Varun Sharma
Satendra Bagasi
Navdeep Tomar
Rahul Kohli
Karan Singh Chhabra
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Mujhse Dosti Karoge

Hritik Roshan as Raj Khanna
Rani Mukherjee as Pooja Sahani Khanna
Kareena Kapoor as Tina Kapoor
Satish Shah as Mr. Sahani
Himani Shivpuri as Mrs. Sahani
Kiran Kumar as Mr. Khanna
Smita Jaykar as Mrs. Khanna
Sachin Khedekar as Mr. Kapoor
Uday Chopra as Rohan Verma
Parikshat Sahni as Mr. Verma
Maya Alagh as Mrs. Verma
Barkha Singh as young Tina Kapoor


Raj, Pooja and Tina are childhood friends.

Mr. Khanna (Raj's father) moves with his family to England.  Before going Tina promises to write an email everyday to Raj but she is too busy with other things and does not sent him any emails.  Pooja on Tina's behalf regularly sends emails to Raj in Tina's name.  The emails bring them closer to each other.  Pooja falls in love with Raj but Raj loves Tina coz he is under the impression that he has been corresponding with Tina all this while and he has fallen in love with the letter writer.

Raj, Tina and Pooja finally meet.  But Raj realises that Tina is completely different from what he imagined…

Toilet: Ek Prem Katha - Cast

Akshay Kumar as Keshav
Bhumi Pednekar as Jaya
Anupam Kher as Kakka
Divyendu Sharma as Keshav's friend
Sana Khan as Keshav's girlfriend
Sudhir Pandey as Bauji
Mukesh Bhatt as Rastogi
Rajesh Sharma
Jaspal Sharma as Dabloo
Vikas Pal as Hari
Kimti Anand as Pradhan
Vijay Kumar Dogra
Satyajeet Dubey
Satyen Chaturvedi




TIMES OF INDIA
A VISIT TO THIS TOILET IS A MUST
STORY: Go-getter Keshav (Akshay) serenades liberal-thiner Jaya (Bhumi), a woman from his neighbouring village in Uttar Pradesh.  They marry but it doesn't strike Keshav to tell her that his house does not have a toilet.  This then becomes the grounds for Jaya to file for a divorce.

REVIEW: For most of us who take the toilets in our homes for granted, the burning issue of 58% Indians practising open defacation could be a flush-worthy concept.  But, director Shree Narayan Singh holds up a mirror to society, showing us how our superstitous villagers, lazy administration and corrupt politicians have actually converted India into…

Road

Vivek Oberoi as Arvind Chauhan
Antara Mali as Lakshmi
Manoj Bajpayee as Babu
Sayaji Shinde as Inspector Singh
Vijay Raaz as Villager
Snehal Dabi as Traveller
Makrand Deshpande as Inderpal
Ganesh Yadav as Watchman
Rajpal Yadav as Bhanwar Singh
Raj Zutshi as Kishen Bhai
Koena Mitra in a special appearance



Arvind and Lakshmi are in love and wish to get married.  But Lakshmi's dad does not like Arvind and hence they decide to elope.  They make a road trip from Delhi to Rajasthan.  On the way the bump into a psycopath Babu who convinces them to give him a lift.  On the way Babu manages to run away with Lakshmi.   Arvind takes the help of Inderpal and Bhanwar Singh to rescue Lakshmi.

Babu manages to catch up with them again with the intention of having his way.


Haan Maine Bhi Pyaar Kiya - CAST

Abhishek Bachchan as Shiv Kapoor
Akshay Kumar as Raj Malhotra
Karishma Kapoor as Pooja Kashyap
Simone Singh as Meghna
Himani Shivpuri as Maria
Shakti Kapoor as Chinni
Navneet Nishan as Neha
Mohnish Behl as Pooja's Brother
Supriya Karnik
Sophiya Haque as Dancer
Upasna Singh
Dolly Bindra
Razak Khan as Dil- phenk Hyderabadi
Kadar Khan







INDIA TODAY :  The film: Haan Maine Bhi Pyaar Kiya (HMBPK). The director: Dharmesh Darshan, who crafted Karishma Kapoor's rise to stardom.
The music: the hit duo Nadeem-Shravan.  Add Akshay Kumar and Karishma Kapoor on the marquee.  Plus that hint of an off-screen chemistry between Karisma and Abhishek Bachchan.  Its the kind of combo that normally has Bollywood abuzz with garam vibes.


OUTLOOK : It is a lesson in how to make a bad film.  The first half is wasted in building and destroying one love angle, then the second is used to create 'interest' in another.  Dharmesh Darshan's effort is to trite and predictable that you wonder at the incre…

Rockstar - About the film

CAST

Ranbir Kapoor as Janardan Jordan Jakhar
Nargis Fakhri as Heer Kaul
Aditi Rao Hydari as Sheena
Kumur Mishra as Khatana
Piyush Mishra as Dhingra
Moufid Aziz as Jai
Shammi Kapoor as Ustad Jameel Khan
Shernaz Patel as Neena Kaul
Jaideep Ahlawat as Jordan's brother
Shreya Narayan as Jordan's sister-in-law
Nizami Bandhu as Qawwal
Sharad Sharma as Virat Kaul
Sanjana Sanghi as Mandy Kaul


The story is about Janardan aka JJ a Jat from Delhi.  Movie is a series of flashbacks and flash forwards.  JJ had always dreamt of becoming an International Star.  His friends always laughed at him for this.  JJ wants to experience pain as he believes that this will help him become a superstar.  He makes friends with Heer Kaul who he has heard is a heartbreaking machine.  JJ and Heer become very close friends over time.

Later Heer gets engaged and later married to Jai.  JJs family throws him out of the house for attending Heer's wedding.  JJ is accused of stealing cash at the wedding.  He takes…

Housefull 3

CAST

Akshay Kumar as Sandy
Riteish Deshmukh as Teddy
Abhishek Bachchan as Bunty
Jacqueline Fernandez as Ganga
Lisa Haydon
Nargis Fakhri
Boman Irani
Jackie Shroff



REVIEWS:
TIMES OF INDIA:  If you have seen the two earlier instalments of this franchise, you already know that it purely a 'leave-your-brains-behind' affair.  The premise is an insensitive comedy of errors.  But unlike Gulzar's gem Angoor (1982), this one is not about twins.  Its so convoluted, it will make Shakespeare turn in his grave.  Sample this.  Sandy, who wants to play football in the English Premier League becomes Sundy (Mr. Hyde kinda guy) when his coach makes a racist remark and refers to him as Indian!  ooh; the simple Samaritan becomes aggressive, contorts his face and goes Ballistic, till you almost reach out to the screen and say stop - we cant take this anymore....read more

FIRST POST: One of the formulae most often visited by Bollywood comedies is the business of assigning a distinctive quirk to major …

Great Grand Masti - Cast

Riteish Deshmukh as Amar Saxena
Vivek Oberoi as Meet Mehta Aftab Shivdasani as Prem Chawla Urvashi Rautela as Ragini / Shabri Pooja Bose as Sapna Amar Saxena Mishti as Rekha Meet Mehta Shraddha Das as Nisha Prem Chawla Kangna Sharma as Prem's sister in law Usha Nadkarni as Amar's mother-in-law Ketan Karande as Meet's brother in law Sanjay Mishra Shreyas Talpade Sonali Raut Sudesh Lehri Ghazal Sharma





HINDUSTAN TIMES:  Great Grand Masti is about a ghost who needs sex.  No, I'm not kidding.  Ragini died a virgin.  Her aatma won't get shanti unless she enjoys a suhaag raat.  Enter our three heroes - Amar, Prem and Meet.  If you've watched the earlier films in the franchise, you will know that they are all married but they function like dogs in heat - minimal intelligence and raging libidos.  They are always, always looking for sex.

They come to the haveli where Ragini (Urvashi Rautela) resides - she wafts around wearing cholis so tight and so tiny that I was worried …