Ek Tha Tiger Movie Trailer

Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif starrer ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ is a romantic thriller. The story is about a secret agent named Tiger, played by Salman Khan, who is on a unique mission.

On his mission, Tiger falls in love with Zoya, who is a caretaker of the suspect on whom the agent has to keep an eye. The story then narrates the journey of the lovers in the story and how the agent manages the mission and his love. Tiger has to keep an eye on a Trinity College scientist, who is suspected of selling the missile technology secrets to Pakistan. Tiger is the codename of the agent sent by the Indian government.

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Ek Tha Tiger Movie Poster And Trailer 2012




Aafaton Ke Parinde Video Song From Ishaqzaade

Watch Aafaton Ke Parinde Video Song From Ishaqzaade
Aafaton Ke Parinde Video Song 

Jannat 2

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Don 2

Don 2

Starring :Shahrukh Khan , Priyanka Chopra, Boman Irani ,Kunal Kapoor, Om Puri
Release Date: 23 December 2011
Genre: Action , Thriller
Director: Farhan Akhtar
Producer: Farhan Akhtar, Ritesh Sidhwani

Don 2 Movie Poster And Trailer 2011

Don 2 Movie Poster And Trailer 2011

Marvel’s The Avengers

Marvel’s The Avengers

Release Date: 4 May 2012
Starring: Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy Renner, Tom Hiddleston, Stellan Skarsgård, Samuel L. Jackson
Director: Joss Whedon
Genre: Action, Adventure
Summary: Continuing the epic big-screen adventures started in “Iron Man,” “The Incredible Hulk,” “Iron Man 2,” “Thor” and “Captain America: The First Avenger,” “Marvel’s The Avengers” is the superhero team up of a lifetime. When an unexpected enemy emerges that threatens global safety and security, Nick Fury, Director of the international peacekeeping agency known as SHIELD, finds himself in need of a team to pull the world back from the brink of disaster. Spanning the globe, a daring recruitment effort begins.

Official Website: http://marvel.com/avengers_movie


Marvel's The Avengers Movie Poster And Trailer 2012

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Mausam Review

Mausam is one of the best films of Shahid Kappor and Sonam


Rating: 4 star 

Cast: Shahid Kapoor, Sonam Kapoor, Supriya Pathak, Anupam Kher and Aditi Sharma

Writer-Director: Pankaj Kapoor


There is an absolutely devastating moment of pure drama in this eagerly-awaited romance where Shahid Kapoor espies from a train the lost love of his life, Sonam Kapoor, standing forlorn in the snow with luggage waiting for god knows what! The next train? Love? Death? Or the next life?

It’s a moment that defines “Mausam”, a film that has some serious flaws, but finally holds together as a work of renaissance art, more remarkable, in parts outstanding, for what it attempts rather than what it finally achieves.

Pankaj Kapoor takes the Muslim-Hindu love story between a Kashmiri refugee girl and a Punjabi boy through an arching sweep of history. Every historical trauma that has defined and defiled India and Indians in the last 30 years props up as a vital image to underline the love story.

shahidAnd what “Mausam” finally says is, love becomes impossible in a civilization that chooses to define itself by violence rather than peace. Gandhi? He could be just a spectre that never existed in a world where two young people cannot come together in a clasp of love for the fear of falling into a terror trap.


We have award-worthy performances in “Mausam” by the hero who happens to be the director’s son. But that is just a karmic coincidence, like much of what transpires between the lovers in “Mausam”.

The film goes from one phase in the couple’s life to another, not quite smoothly but not strenuously either.

The transitions in their estrangement are mapped out in some finely-written scenes where the couple’s smothered affections for one another are manifested in moments of sublime beauty.

The ever-brilliant cinematographer Binod Pradhan captures the couple against breathtaking backdrops in rural Punjab and Scotland.

“Mausam” is one of the best-looking films in recent times. The transitions in time and topography are brought about with a fair degree of inner conviction and outer resplendence.

The synthesis of the lovers’ inner and outer world is not always stress-free. The couple’s inability to come together through various tragic and traumatic historical conflicts is depicted in scenes that range from the rivetting to the mundane.

Visually the film is a feast.

The film’s strong sense of purpose and its love-defining affiliation to socio-cultural incidents leave little space for the incidental characters (of whom there are many) to grow in the plot.

That, in a way, is the need of the plot. But you do crave to see more of the lives around the couple and how these lives and the relationships qualify the love story at the film’s centre. You want to see the long-lasting friendship between Aayaat’s Muslim father (Kamalnain Chopra) and the Kashmir Pundit (Anupam Kher).

And there is a plenty of quality of that sublime stillness in the storytelling – the film’s extraneous correctness hides much of the film’s intrinsic inconsistencies. Then there is Shahid, standing tall with a performance that puts him right up there among the finest contemporary actors.

Shahid takes us through the film’s and his character’s romantic odyssey, inconsistencies and all. Forget Tom Cruise. In the Airforce uniform he reminds us of Rajesh Khanna in “Aradhana”. And that’s the highest compliment any contemporary star can be paid.

The director tries hard to merge Sonam in the resplendent ambience. Her performance has enchanting echoes of Kareena Kapoor in “Refugee”. The camera gives her no room to complain. But in the intensely romantic moments, she looks lost rather than lovelorn.

It’s the other girl, the spirited Punjabi kudi Rajjo, in Shahid’s life played by Aditi Sharma, who fills up the small space provided to her character.

“Mausam” is about the thwarted love between Harry and Aayaat. When they finally meet during the Gujarat riots, they seem to discover not love but its aftermath, which is a far greater thing than love.

Where the film seems to lag behind is in creating emotional pockets for the couple’s mutual feelings to develop.

Shahid playing Harry the Punjabi wastrel turned air-force officer and Sonam playing Aayaat the refugee from Kashmir, have several shared tender moments.

The stand-out ones all come towards the second-half when loves grows impossible between the couple.

The climactic reconciliation during the Gujarat riots, enacted with supreme passion by Shahid, stands out for its stark dialogues that intercut between the couple’s long pent-up feeling of separation and the socio-political forces that have kept them from each other.

The climax on a ferri’s wheel appears a trifle manufactured.

Editor Sreekar Prasad’s smooth flow in the narration is suddenly stymied in the search for a jolting finale.

But you have to hand it to Pankaj Kapoor. In his directorial debut, he tells an old-fashioned story of love, separation and reunion with flourishes and flashes of great cinema igniting what would in lesser hands, appear to be a trite tale of love gone frightfully cliched.

And yes, Pritam’s music is apt. But the best tunes “Abhi na jao chod kar” and “Ajeeb dastaan hain yeh”, are not his.

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