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Preview: New Releases April 2nd week 2017
BAHUBALI: The Beginning
With due respect to this week’s releases if rowing button was clicked, Bland was taking the high stand, but then suddenly THE 3rd KHAN makes its presence felt as it popped up from the shelf. BHAUBALI The Beginning (third Khan), yes it’s at least for now is in the same league as AAMIR and SALMAN, purely considering audience anticipation is though how much fizz only time will reveal.
Sorry SRK though you still have loads of love but you too know better than all, lately you have slipped.
We at GD believe that it’s “KATAPPA” who holds center stage as to why his EMPEROR he slew, more than anything else. So, is it KATAPPA who is the new KHAN on the block?
Anyways since the ball is rolling producers have rightfully done the Re-Release? Is it?
1. Maybe especially except in Andhra land most may know the Katappa’s question (thanks to social media, it can be positive though rarely) but haven’t actually seen his actions which created this phenomenon.
2. The first part may help revisit and refresh the memories as except hardcore movie buffs, keeping in mind when so much pressure and pollution is in human, so maybe Re-Releasing is a win-win solution.
Should you watch it or doesn’t fit the bill here?
Whatever may be the Makers thought which created this idea of bringing The Beginning back to the silver screen right before the culmination, should be taken as a part of the celebration, because whatever may be, it’s team’s a salute to The team’s vision, especially the DIRECTOR.
Genre – Romantic Thriller in Hindi heartland
Directed by – Rajesh Ram Singh
Written, Screenplay and Story by – Shanti Bhushan
Cinematography – Ajay Pandey
Produced By – Neeraj kumar Burman, Amit Singh, Rajesh Ram Singh.
Cast – Darshan Kuma, Piaa Bajpai, Priyanshu Chatterjee and Chandan Roy Sanyal.
Nothing extraordinary but when CBFC dosent blacklist a Masturbation scene nor mutes the Cuss words (why mute something which is a part and parcel of life like Food, water, air and visiting Bathroom wherever? by giving the explanation that we always go by sensibilities of the script) Wow!
Should you watch it? Off course, because hardwork should always be appreciated and given a boast and I dint mean Mastuberation that’s hardly a work as so much impotency in the air oops I meant love but then I started love directly related to ?
LAALI KE SHAADI MEIN LAADDOO DEEWANA
Directed and written By – Manish Harishshankar
Previous work – Director of Chaarfutya Chokre (2014), Assistant director of refreshing Ajab prem ki Gazab kahani but on flip side was director’s right hand man in the regressive Phata Poster Nikla (zero) ooh sorry Hero (2009)
Cinematography by – Ravi Yadav
Cast – Delightful ensemblence of Sanjay Mishra, Saurabh Shukla, Vivaan Shah, Gurmeet Choudhary, Darshan Jariwala, Ravi Kishan, Akshara Hassan, Suhasini Mulay.
In the News – For showing a pregnant women getting married to other man.
Whos Who is charged up – Not only The makers but VHP once a Bhaubali now almost wannabe.
Should you watch it? The cast makes it a Jhakaas atleast on paper but in the end it’s all about the execution right?
It’s seems this is a week of challenging the CBFC, and to their credit , they haven’t dissapointed one bit, left it to the audience to be their ‘Judge bhe Wohi and jury bhe’.
GHOST IN THE SHELL
Genre – SciFi thriller with a Japanese angle which will make your brain go into bits and pieces in a positive way hopefully
Directed by – Rupert Sanders
Previous work – Snow White And The Huntsman (2012)
Cinematography – Jess Hall also known for (Transcendence and The Spectacular Now)
Should you watch it? Yes, off course It’s got a Scarlett silver lining and Sanders fine tuning.
GOING IN STYLE
Directed by – Zach Braff (Also is an actor and done soundtracks before)
Cinematography by – Rodney Charters
Cast – Morgan Freeman, Micheal Cane and Alan Arkin when you have got them at the helm forget about everything, enjoy and learn their masterful performance.
Should you watch it? Surely if it gets a release in your city but if don’t then atleast try it on other platforms, where crime is not punishment.