Haramkhor is the Bollywood movie which is released today. The movie is the directorial venture of Shlok Sharma. Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Shweta Tripathi had been roped in to play the lead roles in the movie. Nawazuddin Siddiqui who had impressed the audience in the movies like Te3n, Lion and Freaky Ali in the past has now come up with another exceptional movie to entertain his fans.
The movie revolves around three characters where Siddiqui a teacher has a crush on a girl, his student whereas a much younger boy has a similar crush on the girl. With an average music which has garnered mixed reviews and the promising trailer, Haramkhor is yet to get it’s fate cleared.
xXx: The Return of Xander Cage
xXx: Return of Xander Cage is the most awaited flick with the advent of 2017. It has the desi Padmavati, Deepika Padukone in a promising role and her Hollywood debut. The country along with beau Ranveer Singh is waiting eagerly to witness Deepika in a new avatar. Zander’s Cage is one of the refined work of the movie director D. J. Caruso. The movie has a dynamic star cast
with Vin Diesel, Deepika Padukone, Ruby Rose, Samuel L Jackson, Donnie Yen and Tony Jaa.
Deepika Padukone, in xXx: The Return of Xander Cage is not plain arm candy for Vin Diesel either. And she has bravely kept her accent desi. xXx has a leading lady, it is she. Deepika slays it away wearing leather minis. There is a kiss too, but to get the details, wait for the film when it releases on Saturday. The fact that xXx: The Return of Xander Cage is releasing in the US on the same day.
Shaad Ali’s directorial OK Jaanu is a sweet love story. The movie has lover boy Aditya Roy Kapur and beautiful Shraddha Kapoor in the leading roles. Supporting them in the movie Naseeruddin Shah and Leela Samson has a pertinent and promising role. The melancholic music by A.R. Rahman, the upbeat remix of the iconic
With a directorial calibre as Mani Ratnam, Shaad Ali failed to build the plot as it keeps presenting the same thing over and over again in slightly different settings. This couple has played a similar plot in Aashiqui 2 and has failed to mesmerise this time with the same mundane chemistry all over again. However, The melancholic music by A.R. Rahman, the upbeat remix of the iconic Humma and Kaara Fankaara, and the lilting Saajan Aayo Re and Enna Sona are redeeming to some extent. But then not quite enough to make you sit through the full movie.