Reviews

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    Breathe Into The Shadows 2 Review: Abhishek Bachchan and Amit Sadh starrer fails to raise feeling of fear

    Breathe Into The Shadows Season 2 Review: Abhishek Bachchan and Amit Sadh's acting fails to instill any sense of fear, or dread and is filled with all sorts of incredible elements and twists.Taking the story forward from chief Mayank Sharma's past season, Avinash Sabharwal (Abhishek Bachchan) keeps on battling with his double character in Relax: Into The Shadows Season 2. Right when the specialists at the clinical office are energized by Avinash's positive recuperation, J (Abhishek Bachchan) reemerges again to complete what he didn't prior, and to dispense with the remainder of the Ravan heads. Be that as it may, this time he isn't the only one and is joined by Victor (Naveen Kasturia), who assists Avinash with finishing his incomplete business. This restoration doesn't just effect Avinash's family, yet in addition turns Kabir Sawant's (Amit Sadh) life topsy turvy. What occurs next is for you to watch in the show.
    Saltfeed   -  November 9, 2022
  • Lollywood

    The Legend of Maula Jatt review: Pakistani cinema’s biggest offering ever

    What looks like a page of Rocky from a KGF action drama is actually a scene from Bilal Lashari's The Legend of Maula Jatt (TLoMJ) with a greater dedication to sensation than its South Asian counterparts. While the overall selection of shots, some sequences and even the editing are more reminiscent of Lashari's love of anime, it's TLoMJ's strange coming of age that now ranks him in the Rajmoulie and Prashanth league of cinema. At least for the native audience.
    Saltfeed   -  October 13, 2022
  • Movie Reviews

    KGF 2 movie review: The tremendous presence of Yash and Sanjay Dutt will keep you fixed to the screens

    What if CoVID-19's Delta, Delta Plus, Omicron and XE variants affect the Rocky? We can only think of one understandable scenario: they will come together and encourage it. Rocky!' They will start singing in Chinese. 'KGF: Chapter 2' is never out of contagious disease for its domineering male protagonist. He is more masculine because the whole world loves his ruthless deeds. Even people who are deprived of happiness sometimes find happiness in seeing his mourning. Even the Prime Minister of India is told how he managed to reach Superstard in a strangely dynamic way through a CBI heavyweight on the streets of Bombay!
    Saltfeed   -  April 14, 2022
  • Movie Reviews

    Dasvi Movie Review: The acting of Abhishek Bachchan, Nimrat Kaur and Yami Gautam has aim but lacks attention

    In general, we find three types of movies - one that is made purely for entertainment, the other that has a message, and the third that strikes a balance between the two. Dasvi largely falls into the second category. It is a film with a purpose, a sincere attempt at entertainment. Whether or not it manages to achieve the latter is debatable. Revolving around a flamboyant Chief Minister played by Abhishek Bachchan, directed by Tushar Jalota, his story reveals a story ranging from a corrupt and fearless politician to a more open-minded, sensitive one. ۔ His wife is played by Nimrat Kaur, and Yami Gautam's police role plays two distinct roles in this journey.
    Saltfeed   -  April 7, 2022
  • Movie Reviews

    Attack Review: John Abraham’s action movie is a double blast of entertainment and patriotism

    If you are a person who admires filmmakers for trying out experimental genres, especially those that were seen outside our cinemas a few years ago, then director Lakshya Raj Anand's Attack Is. For me, this is the first step in the right direction in the 'sci-fi' space, where the creator has tried to rationalize and rationalize the process of a super-soldier, played by John Abraham. What is it.
    Saltfeed   -  April 1, 2022
  • Movie Reviews

    Sharmaji Namkeen Review: Rishi Kapoor’s final film is closely a heartfelt ode to his legacy

    Throughout his illustrious career, the late legend Rishi Kapoor has acted in a variety of films, including a piece of life. In his last film, the late actor charted a similar area when he said yes to Hitesh Bhatia's family drama Sharmaji Namkeen. Located on the outskirts of Delhi, Sharma (played by Rishi Kapoor and then Paresh Rawal) lives with his two sons in a middle class house in Delhi. While the eldest son works in a corporate job, the youngest son is in college and is a hip hop dancer.
    Saltfeed   -  March 31, 2022
  • Movie Reviews

    RRR Movie Review: SS Rajamouli makes a revolution with roaring action and fascinating drama

    After presenting epics like Magadheera, Eega, Bahubali: The Beginning, Bahubali: The Conclusion, SS Rajamouli returns with another mega budget show, Alia Bhatt and Ajay Devgn with RRR Jr. NTR and Ram Charan. Are in important roles. The film is based on the pre-independence era, with the main controversies arising out of demons in the British Empire. The filmmaker took his thread from two real life characters, Alwari Sitarama Raju (Ram Charan) and Komaram Bheem (Jr. NTR) and created a mythical story around the lives of these two freedom fighters.
    Saltfeed   -  March 25, 2022
  • Movie Reviews

    Bachchhan Paandey Review: Akshay Kumar’s film created a lot of color, double meaning humor, funny dialogues

    What I like most about cinema is its unpredictable potential. That's why there are some movies that you go to see with zero expectations, but then come out of the theater in complete surprise. This is what Akshay Kumar, Kriti Sanon, Jacqueline Fernandez and Arshad Warsi's film Bachchhan Paandey did for me. Directed by Farhad Samji, the film stars Kumar in the lead role, and the role is of interest to Kriti Sanon's Myra Devekar, who wants to make a film on the life of a crime lord.
    Saltfeed   -  March 18, 2022
  • Movie Reviews

    Salute movie review: Dulquer Salmaan’s cop drama is realistic, unconventional and interesting

    Salute Movie Review: Dulquer Salmaan gives a credible performance as a police officer who supports the truth even when the system around him goes bad. Corrupt police officers and how they trample on the rule of law for their political masters has long been the fodder for cinema. So much so, that it has become a trap thing. However, there are a few movies that stand out when they call men in khaki who used their power for all the wrong reasons. Visaranai, directed by Vetrimaran, and Mai Ghat by Anand Mahadevan, based on Udayakumar's death in custody in 2005, are two such examples. Salute, written by Bobby Sanjay and starring Dulquer Salmaan in the dir
    Saltfeed   -  March 18, 2022
  • Movie Reviews

    Jalsa movie review: Vidya Balan and Shefali Shah seek to connect the audience with half-baked characters

    Jalsa Film Review: In Suresh Trivani's film, Vidya Balan is a journalist and Shefali Shah is her son's caretaker. A lot is said and written when the project in front of women is presented to the audience. And in Suresh Triveni's meeting, you will see two such strong and radiant female characters leading the film. It's obvious to expect a lot of strong dialogue, emotional turmoil, and dramatic events, and yes, you get plenty of them.
    Saltfeed   -  March 18, 2022
  • Web Series Reviews

    Rudra Review: Ajay Devgn as intriguing a policeman is filled with angst, prone to making impulsive decisions

    Ruder, a police officer who knows all this (sometimes even before it happens) is living in the darkness of his past deeds. The city is once again surrounded by the shadow of crime and guess what, the world wants Rudra back! He is back and ready to save the day because the killers come out of the thin air every day.
    Saltfeed   -  March 5, 2022
  • Movie Reviews

    The King’s Man Review: A worthy combination of spy thriller and conventional conflict dramatization

    To feel that The King's Man was initially scheduled to deliver in 2019 and it at long last deliveries in performance centers presently appears to be unbelievable. The film has been postponed on different occasions in the midst of the pandemic and most as of late, its delivery was pushed to January 2022 in India inferable from the other huge deliveries including Spider-Man: No Way Home which overwhelmed December. The film at last tracks down its direction to the theaters and in the wake of having displayed enormous lumps of its story in the different trailers and promotions delivered in the course of recent years, it's anything but a movie that the crowd is anxiously anticipating.
    Saltfeed   -  January 13, 2022
  • Reviews

    West Side Story Review: Steven Spielberg’s tribute to the cult musical is a victorious celebration

    Simply the possibility of Steven Spielberg coordinating a melodic feels like a capricious fever dream yet in the wake of observing West Side Story, nothing has sounded good to me! His magnificently expressive vision of keeping the substance of the famous melodic unblemished, yet with a join of current narrating strategies interweaved and all the more critically, an assorted and enthusiastic cast, makes the 2021 form similarly as productive (perhaps more!) a true to life accomplishment as the exemplary 1961 10-time Oscar-winning film.
    Saltfeed   -  December 8, 2021