Shaadi Ke Side Effects

shadi ke side effectsCasting Farhan Akhtar, Vidya Balan, Ram Kapoor, Vir Das
Director Saket Chaudhary
Producer Ekta Kapoor, Shobha Kapoor and Pritish Nandy
Lyrics Amitabh Bhattacharya
Music Pritam
Singer Mohit Chauhan, Farhan Akhtar, Arijit Singh, Jazzy B Sabri
Box-Office Result   Had a steady opening.
Hit / Flop   Semi hit
Business Done   23  Crores  
Description                         Shaadi Ke Side Effects is sequel of Pyaar Ke side effects which was released way back in 2006. 

Shaadi Ke Side Effects is sequel of Pyaar Ke side effects which was released way back in 2006. In this movie lead role is played by Farhan and Vidya Balan. In this movie you will witness different type of experience faced by couple after marriage.

Saare Jahan Se Mehnga

saare jahan se mehnga
Casting Sanjay  Mishra, Vishwa   Mohan Badola, Zakir Hussain, Pragati Pandey
Director Anshul Sharma
Producer Ashok Pandey
Lyrics Naveen Tyagi 
Music Manish J. Tipu
Singer Sonu Nigam, Shreya Goshal, Shriram Iyer, Tochi Raina
Box-Office   Result A low-budget comedy about another kind of food bill 
Hit / Flop  Running in Theaters  
Business Done  5.5  Crores 
Description                       This movie is based on family who struggles to   keep their food bills in control 
Synopsis This movies is   written by Vijay Manral and Rupesh Thapliyall and this movie is being shoot   at Sonepat In Haryana. And this movie is all about a family that resorts to desperate measures to keep its food bills   down.  

In this movie Vishwa Mohan Badola who is a bad tempered person and wants to regularly chomp on mutton; his elder son  Puttan played by Sanjay Mishra to whom it seems barely making ends meet  mating livestock at the government-run animal husbandry department; his younger son who is unemployed named Gopal character played by Rajan Chhabra  trying to romance with the daughter of the local grocer who can relieve his   family’s burden; Puttan’s wife Noorie character played by Pragati Pandey and   she runs a beauty parlour, and thereby just about holding the family   together. Puttan comes up with a crazy idea to deal with the unending rise in  household expenses. For this he gets a bank loan to buy enough supplies to  last three years. Though loan is  actually for a small business, trouble comes  knocking in the form of a hard-nosed loan inspector Zakir Hussain. To see  what happens next watch at  your near   theater.


Special 26

Special 26  special 26
Casting Akshay   Kumar, Anupam Kher, Manoj Bajpayee, Jimmy Sherigil, Kajal Aggarwal, Divya   Dutta 
Director Neeraj   Pandey 
Producer Shital   Bhatia, Kumar Mangat Pathak 
Lyrics Irshad   Kamil, Shabbir Ahmed 
Music M M   Kareem 
Singer M M kareem,   K.K, Bhappi Lahiri, Shreya Ghoshal, Sunidhi Chauhan,  
Box-Office   Result  Special   26, is not only doing good   business at the domestic box office   windows, but as well as at the International ground. 
Hit /   Flop  Running   in Theaters 
Business   Done  26.5 Crores   

In this movie four aggressive man are posing as CBI team and   after them one real CBI officer is on prowl for nabbing fake CBI team.

Synopsis Special 26 is action/drama movie based on a robbery incident  that takes place in Mumbai on 19th march 1987, where unknown man  special 26.1 pose as a fake officer of CBI and he make a team of 26 men to execute a raid   on Opera House Branch of Tribhovan Das Bhimji Zaveri and during the   conducting of raid the escape with jewelry worth lakhs. In this movie leading   role is played by Akshay Kumar who is playing a role of Fake CBI officer, and   real CBI officer Role is Played by Manoj Bajpai. In this movie team of 26 con   man conduct raids on famous businessman’s premises  posing as CBI or Income Tax Officer for   collecting black money. 
    ere an unknown man Mon Singh posing as a CBI officer has recruited 26 men and executed a day light raid on Opera House branch of Tribhovan Das Bhimji Zaveri and disappeared jewellry worth lakhs. There is a great expectation from this movie as it is going to be another drama heist after the movie A Wednesday which was much appreciated among the audience. The screen name of Akshay Kumar has been unveiled as “Mr.Ajay Singh” who is playing as a lead role among the 26 men who will raid at the Opera House according to the story of the movie. Another interesting thing in the whole movie is that it has only one female character in the whole story who will play a role of Mon Singh’s love interet. Manoj Bajpai is playing a role of an actual CBI officer in the film.   ovie Review: Ready for a fake 'Foursome', with some 'real' stuff. Here it goes. With cool conmen, cops, chases, mind, matter and maal. But first, meet the members of the con-club. The asli khiladi Ajay (Akshay), quick-witted, daring and strong-willed - he's the master-planner. Sharmaji (Kher), a wee-bit weak-hearted, but the real 'loin of Punjab' (with 8 bachchas and going strong). Add in, Iqbal (Kishore Kadam) and Joginder (Rajesh Sharma) - who add muscle to the master-mind. In the late 1980's these conmen pose as CBI officers and raid malaamal matris, business magnates and jewellers. With no records or FIRs - they escape after every heist with a clean (white) conscience and loads of black money. A (real) CBI inspector, Waseem (Manoj) along with sub-inspector Ranveer (Jimmy) get on a deadly chase to nab them while they're faking it. Well, if you want to figure out con-asli, con-nakli, go ahead, wear Sherlock's (Holmes) suit and crack this one. With an ingeniously layered role and a brilliant act, Anupam Kher truly 'steals' the show. Akshay hits hard, with pure, unadulterated acting, minus action. Manoj is always in command, fiery and fantastic. Jimmy lends strong support; Kajal Aggarwal (Ajay's love-interest) flashes smiles in interludes, and Divya Dutta throws in laughs. Inspired by a real incident, Neeraj Pandey cuts to the chor-police chase and weaves an intelligent, mind-racing thriller, keeping you tightly strapped to your seats. It captures the 80's era beautifully; and the cinematography ( Bobby Singh) is a cut above (special mention: scenes in Connaught Place, Delhi, and Kolkata streets). The powerful background score enthuses the pace. The only place he loses momentum is the romantic track and dance number, kinda unwarranted, we must say. Interestingly, this con-job story is not superbly-stylish or stealthily serious. It doesn't stun you with a social message like Pandey's 'A Wednesday', but it grips, excites and ahh...climaxes too! And no ... you can't fake this one! Catch it for pure cinematic orgasm.

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