Saturday, December 30, 2017


Movie Review - Tiger Zinda Hai...

Movie: Tiger Zinda Hai (Hindi)
Directed: Ali Abbas Zafar
Produced: Aditya Chopra
Story: Ali Abbas Zafar/Neelesh Misra
Music: Vishal/Shekhar
Cast: Salman Khan/Katrina Kaif/Sajjad Delafrooz/Paresh Rawal/Paresh Pahuja/Angad Bedi/Kumud Mishra/Girish Karnad/Siddhartha Basu

          Tiger Zinda Hai (Tiger Is Alive) - Yes, this Tiger is very much alive and will be. Right from the inception of this story, it has carried a lot of expectations and none of it has been missed. The action sequences, screenplay, music, songs and script; all have been pitched to near perfect. Performance of the antagonist especially, has been top notch and flaws in this movie making are difficult to catch. With a flavour of cross border patriotism shown in a 'bold & beautiful' way, this effort serves the audience well on any day. An apt sequel to the earlier one with a subtle plot and some fun. As said, an injured tiger scores more and the protagonist just shown that after his previous lore. It is a 'welcome to all with swag' and to the new year ahead. Catch the 'Tiger' live on-screen with 'Cat/Kat' complementing along-side.

Saturday, December 23, 2017


Movie Review - MCA (Middle Class Abbayi)...

Movie: MCA (Middle Class Abbayi) (Telugu)
Directed: Sriram Venu
Produced: Dil Raju
Story: Sriram Venu
Music: Devi Sri Prasad
Cast: Nani/Sai Pallavi/Bhumika Chawla/Rajeev Kanakala/Pulikonda Priyadarshi/Naresh/Posani Krishna Murali/Vijay Varma/Vennela Kishore

          MCA (Middle Class Abbayi/Boy) - Another family entertainer from Nani who lives the role of a Middle Class Boy/abBOYi skillfully. The direction and screenplay have been apt and complementing with supportive songs and sequences. The middle class living, planning, emotions and relations have been put on screen on dot. DSP music and SP dance are much appreciable. The dancer in the lead actress performs really well. Bhumika's role forms the crux of the story and her characterization certainly makes a statement that she is beyond an image. Her performance is laudable and her casting is applaudable. Supporting cast does the needful and the antagonist has considerable part. The climax seems stained with more emotion and sour ending but again, Nani is known for fun more than chase and run. Overall, it is a family party movie; not just for Middle Class.

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