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Phir Aaya Satte Pe Satta Movie Review

Review By Our Reporter CRITIC’S RATING: 4.0 AVG READERS’ RATING: 4.0 CAST : kumar rajesh , sanaya singh, aniruddh Sharma, omkar das manikpuri, biswajeet chatterjee, rana jung bahadur and  rishabh raj DIRECTION  : rajesh mittal Distribution : mittal advertising and distribution GENRE :...

Review : Jigar Is Neat & Clean Entertaining Film For Masses

अश्लीलता से परे मनोरंजक फ़िल्म जिगर आम तौर पर भोजपुरी फिल्मो का नाम आते ही सभ्रात वर्ग के दर्शक नाक भौं सिकोड़ने लगते हैं लेकिन साफ सुथरी और मनोरंजक फ़िल्म बनाने के लिए मशहूर संयोगिता फ़िल्म के साथ दस फिल्मो के अनुभव के साथ खुद की फ़िल्म निर्माण कंपनी पूर्वांचल टाकीज के बैनर तले फ़िल्म बना रहे विकास कुमार उन्ही...

MAFIA BIGG BOSS  : Film Review

Banner: Studio DG 9 Productions Producer-director: Dilip Gulati Music: Bappi Lahiri THE STORY The film  depicts the story of all the Dons who ruled from Mumbai from 1960 to 1990. Don Abdullah( Dilip Gulati) is trying his best to keep the two gangs of Dons, one led by tabrez(Sagar Pandey) and the other by...

HYENA Released By Hyder Gola Of Aries Films – Films Review 

N.K.G. Productions’ HYENA (Hindi) is a rape and revenge story of a sexy model Nehaa (Priyanka Vishu) who lands up in a posh locality which also has a swimming pool. The film is a showcase of promoting Priyanka Vishu in a big way and it succeeds. The film’s plot is reminiscent of too many old...

“Ashley” A Romantic Thriller Film – Review

“Ashley” movie cast: Rishi Bhutani, Gurleen Chopra, Dolly Chawla, Mohit Baghal, Dinesh Hingoo and Shakti Kapoor. Movie director: Keval Singh. Movie producer: Swatantra Goyel (Savi) Star: Three and half. Film grips you right from beginning, it is a story of a singer Ronit who falls in love with Ashley, but...

Review of film MY FATHER IQBAL

Film “My Father Iqbal” a must watch film. “My Father Iqbal” movie cast: Narendra Jha, Komal Thackar, Paresh Mehta, Raj Sharma, Amit Lekhwani, Sagar Nath Jha, Sudam Aftab Khan & Kumar Vaibhav. Movie director : Suzad Iqbal Khan. Star   Film grips you right from beginning, and as the story moves further,...

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