Dabangg | Short Review

Presenting Dhruvi’s short review service (SRS).
Because reviews should be easily forward-able. 😀


Release Date: 10th September 2010
Director: Abhinav Singh Kashyap
Producers: Arbaaz Khan, Malaika Arora Khan, Dhillin Mehta
Cast: Salman Khan, Sonakshi Sinha, Arbaaz Khan, Sonu Sood, Vinod Khanna

Dabangg Ho! Salman Khan has started a revolution.

While he kicks down a door in the film, cinema hall doors are opening everywhere to packed audiences. When he dances and adjusts his waist belt, travelling folk are rushing out of their seat belts to watch Dabangg. And when his shirt rips open & flies off, there is deafening hooting, clapping and whistling. This is what we call a star’s mass appeal in India.

The film is a classic example of an entertainer, star power, masala magic, catchy music & blockbuster action. The story doesn’t matter, it is the experience that counts. Fans go crazy and non-believers enjoy themselves.

Salman rides Dabangg on his shoulders & Sonakshi Sinha makes a confident debut. Unke mast mast do nain hamare dil ka le gaye chain. Abhinav Kashyap is surely a director most will envy. Go watch it because you surely won’t be able to contain the excitement any longer.

– Dhruvi Shah

Have you taken the SRS polls yet? Let me know when you do!
And of course, send in your opinions of Dabangg! Enjoy!

Peepli Live | Film

Peepli Live

Release Date: 13th August, 2010
Director: Anusha Rizvi
Cast: Omkar Das Manikpuri, Raghubir Yadav, Malaika Shenoy, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Vishal O Sharma
Runtime: 104 mins

The green hand pump | Representative of Peepli Live

Peepli Live, backed by Aamir Khan, in trademark style, deals with another sensitive issue in a comical way. That of farmer suicides.
Although there are no recognizable star faces, the new actors do a great job in their roles. The short length of the film is just right.
A film right in sync with the wavelength of multiplex audiences should attract single screen goers thanks to its persuasive marketing campaign.
I’d say it’s a 3*** film, that may be a hit, given the budget and production house.

– Dhruvi Shah

(UFO Moviez wanted an SMS review from dad and of course, when he has an in-house reviewer, he turned to me. I’m not one to disappoint daddy dearest and the SMS review is on its way to the UFO Moviez magazine.)

That got me thinking. What if there was an SRS – short review service?
An update on the latest release’s review, especially for mobile, via several media.

Natha: “Natha card ka kya hua?”
Budhia: “BPL card nahi hai garibo ke liye?”

Well, now what can I say?
I’m a BPL mobile user and these lines are from the film.

Please take the polls.

Thank you for your time.

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