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  1. Love #Aaj ~Kal 2020: Film Review- "Haan mei Galat......Galat hoga tu bhi......." This line of the famous song from Love Aaj Kal, says it all...Love is the most confusing word in the world, so what's right for you might be different for me & might be totally different for someone else!! And definition of love has changed over decades like changes due to global warming! Imtiaz Ali (the Director) has to be understood in the right direction! To feel the depth of this love, you gotta be in love or be torn apart by its madness to feel what Imtiaz Ali's trying to radiate. The film merges in the present scenario of love happening in 2020 with the split screen running parallel onto love of 1990. Two different tales set against different and tangential eras. Two groups of lovers facing different complications of the heart in two different cultural set-ups yet bound by the same deep rooted mixed emotions of the game of luck, called love. The performances of Zoe Chauhan (Sara Ali Khan), Leena (Arushi Sharma), Veer & Raghu (Kartik Aryan) and older Raghu (Randeep Hooda) , are all distinct but the couple of 2020 is a stellar! The couple set in 2020 battles issues of options in love, options in profession and above all shortage of the pill of patience (lot of youngsters will be able to relate to this feeling of "too many options...I shouldn't care and move on feeling...") while the lovers of 1990 struggle to keep up with the changing demands of the society, their own soaring ambitions and cultural reservations. The film beautifully weaves in the stark differences of love BACK-THEN and love NOW. It takes two to tango and the same way it takes a heart filled with love or loss to connect to this movie.....A lot has been written off, about this film but I still stand by the beauty of feelings beautifully mixed in to paint the screen with vibrant colors of LOVE in Aaj yet shadowed by Kal. The vivacious, young Zoe Chauhan (Sara Ali Khan) symbolizes modern girl of 2020 with utmost sincerity and elan. She lives life on her own terms and conditions and cares a damn about who-says-what!! Cut to the modern male protagonist, Veer (Kartik Aryan) who's restrained acting has not only got himself a strong hold on audience but has also got himself labelled as versatile at a very young age. Audience at first glance, might feel, Veer's just a lovelorn following Zoe at every critical turning point but dig deep and the eyes find the confusing heart of the present youth backed by male chivalry guarding the moral roots. Young Raghu (Kartik Aryan) on the other side of the coin of love is shy yet street smart and ends up taking the ladder of professional success to a different level, bordering around shallowness. Raghu transforms into sexy grey-haired, matured, robust man of today (Randeep Hooda), who convincingly tries to save Zoe from treading the same path of regret once taken by himself, leading to an unfulfilled life. Music of Pritam is an icing to the cake of Imtiaz Ali, making this love tale, so much more mushy. Kartik and Sara have wonderfully breathed fresh air into their on-screen characters. And Randeep reminds us of the old world charm. All in all, the film is worth watching and not just being scrutinized and judged on others reviews. So go fall in love aaj and get a dose of kal with musical mush and fresh faces for some refreshing moments with loved ones..go do it with a twist ! Cast & Crew: Director & Writer- Imtiaz Ali Producer - Imtiaz Ali & Dinesh Vijan Actors- Sara Ali Khan, Arushi Sharma, Kartik Aaryan, Randeep Hooda Cinematographer- Amit Roy, Donald McAlpine Editor- Aarti Bajaj Music-Pritam Watch the preview-
  2. KEDARNATH - The Film Mother Nature knows no boundaries or religion or caste or creed. Humans may invent anything in their best of capabilities but at the end of the road , every living form has to bow down to its creator- the Mother! The film is set in the scenic Kedarnath, a place located in the Garhwal Himalayan range near the Mandakini river. Beautiful as it is, in its natural form, the place is known for the famous Shivling which looks over the river and attracts thousands of Hindu pilgrims and Lord Shiva's followers every year. Mansoor (Shushant Sing Rajput), a shy, reserved and honest Muslim porter gets attracted to the beautiful but rebellious daughter of the local Hindu priest, Mukku (Sarah Ali Khan). The two beautiful souls fall for each other deeper and deeper on the winding roads to the temple. The love story blooms amidst the mountains and the valley leading to bonding of the hearts and thus, romance. Lord Shiva showers enough love on the couple cruising from mundane work to chatting by the Tattu (Mule) trails which Mansoor arranges for the pilgrims and his lady love. He being the strong man in town not only woos our beautiful petite girl but also touches every heart visiting the temple. His motto, to bring a smile on the face of his customer and then running to ring the bell at the temple's gate every time he achieves his goal symbolizes the character's belief in Lord Shiva, as innocent as Shiva is, our man portrays the genuineness with elan.There are sweet, romantic moments between the two Sweethearts, which are beautifully captured by the camera alongside flirting with the sublime scenery. Sara Ali Khan does justice to the bubbly, rebellious yet soft hearted, romantic Hindu girl, who gives up everything for Mansoor. Sushant Singh Rajput on the other hand maintains the bareness of a poor porter while managing to woo the audience from his straight-from-the-heart performance. He not only makes it clear that religion knows only the language of love, not the boundaries set by manipulating and corrupting minds, trying to disrupt peace of humanity, but also tries to bridge Hindus and Muslims of the area surrounding the temple for community's harmony. Director (Abhishek Kapoor) doesn't leave a single frame in the film where the beauty of the place is not heightened by the mesmerizing background score and music tracks created with a lot of love for Shiva by the maestro Amit Trivedi. The track- Namo Namo is energetically soulful, taking the head and the heart closer to Adiyogi. The track is filled with a lot of love and energy that will create a soothing audio-visual effect on the audience. Amit Trivedi takes it one notch higher with every single track. But as the saying goes, every good thing must end, the love story is struck by the wrath of nature leaving the couple devastated as the fury is unleashed on the valley, taking with it everything that falls in its way. The real event was an eye opener to the entire nation to yet another catastrophe caused due to the ill effects of human civilization and growth. When will man instead of creating irrational boundaries of caste-creed, money-status, go down to the real issues of human existence and work towards creating a safer, wiser and cleaner balance between environment and progressive growth? The film will not only evoke strong feelings of devotion for Shiva but will also engulf the audience with visual simplicity, leaving the viewers to ponder and work on ways of symbiotic existence with Mother Nature! Actors: Sara Ali Khan, Sushant Singh Rajput, Alka Amin, Nitish Bharadwaj, Pooja Gor, Nishant Dahiya, Sonali Sachdev Director: Abhishek Kapoor Cinematography by: Tushar Kanti Ray Story by‎: ‎Abhishek Kapoor‎; ‎Kanika Dhillon Produced by‎: ‎Ronnie Screwvala‎; ‎Pragya Kapoor Music by‎: ‎Amit Trivedi‎; Score By: ‎Hitesh Sonik
  3. Chhichhore: Life teaches us a lot of things on a daily basis and the best lessons are learnt by individually walking on that thin wire. Chhichhore opens up the pandora box of individual touch-downs and outbursts of nostalgia. Each individual has lived through the best days during their school & college life, so when the reality of competition dawned on us, back then, we all ended up feeling bogged down badly, trust me a feeling, every individual has definitely felt surfacing up while climbing the ladder of age! This film revolves around a child (Mohammad Samad) who has a loving family with its own personal bag of reasons of rifts & drifts. The child who is the apple-of-the-eye of both the parents, is at the threshold of getting into a prestigious college based on his awaited competitive result! Mother of the child, who apparently drifted out of the wedlock over the years, is gracefully played by Sharddha Kapoor, the character is very convincingly detached yet committed to her motherly duties. The doting & supportive middle-aged father of our teen, who's balancing work and parenthood, is portrayed by Sushant Singh Rajput, and is very relatable to half a dozen new-age fathers! Just when the pages of the story are warming up everyone's heart on screen, a well timed twist brings a gamut of characters with shades of vibrant colors of life and emotions.When everything is looking rosy and well carved by pragmatic achievers, fate construes a different story, flipping the coin of life at the hands of lady luck. The incident plays havoc on the parents lives and leaves them yearning for the warmth lost somewhere while climbing the ladders of materialism. The supporting cast is remarkable and performances of each one is better than the other giving the audience a spicy taste of distinct differences of characters. Varun Sharma & Saharsh Kumar Shukla are class apart. How the matured father pulls the loose reins of the three lives after convincing the hopeless mother & super supportive gang of friends, creating a conducive environment for their son to learn the real lessons of life for a better tomorrow and a wiser future, makes this film a worthwhile watch for suppose-to-be realistically cool parents of next generation teenagers. Music from Pritam Chakroborty is as always musically refreshing. "Khairiyat" song in Arijit Singh's voice is mush at its best & has been rocking the charts. The film will be able to open up windows for new-age parents to their children, as they go on moulding their kids into materialistic charmers, unknowingly building pressures, creating false insecurities and instilling some shallow thoughts, resulting into a confused youth. More parents should raise smarter kids who are not only capable of battling the survival & existence game of life but also individuals who are high on emotional quotients capable of beating the rat races and flourishing as a worthy humane human!! Cast & Crew: Director: Nitesh Tiwari Producer: Sajid Nadiadwala Music Director: Pritam Chakraborty Editor: Charu Shree Roy Cast: Shraddha Kapoor, Sushant Singh Rajput, Varun Sharma, Naveen Polishetty, Tahir Bhasin, Prateik Babbar, Tushar Pandey, Saharsh Kumar Shukla, Mohammad Samad, Nalneesh Neel, Prashant Narayanan, Shishir Sharma, Saanand Verma, Sanjay Goradia
  4. Starring Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart In the near future, a weary Logan cares for an ailing Professor X in a hide out on the Mexican border. But Logan's attempts to hide from the world and his legacy are up-ended when a young mutant arrives, being pursued by dark forces. Directed by James Mangold
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