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BEIIMAAN LOVE - This should ideally be one of the last projects of Sunny Leone's India Tour before slipping into the avoidable new-age HUMA KHAN mode. (Review by Bobby Sing).

SAAT UCHAKKEY - Despite a mix of deliberate & natural acts along with lots of forced abuses, its still watchable and partially enjoyable too. (Review by Bobby Sing).

INFERNO (English) - Offers nothing fresh or exciting in a strictly routine or rather poor mystery thriller. [TTP (To The Point) Review by Bobby Sing].

LOCK (Punjabi) - An appreciable attempt from an honest & bold director who wished to break the set pattern of comedies but couldn't due to his evident limitations of a big star, producers and the fear of conservative Punjabi audience. (Review By Bobby Sing).

SHUTTER (Malayalam - 2012) (Movies To See Before You Die - Thriller/Drama).

MIRZYA - They killed MIRZA again after centuries, they just killed him once again like the betraying SAHIBA. (An unapologetic review by Bobby Sing).

TUTAK TUTAK TUTIYA - A surprisingly clean, comic-horror drama that keeps hanging between a below average & watchable film, yet again ruining two old cult Punjabi tracks. (Review By Bobby Sing).

GANDHI the film and paper planes flying in Chanakya theatre in Delhi. (Those Cherished Cinematic Moments : 2) - By Bobby Sing.

NIKKA ZAILDAR (Punjabi) - Go for this Hrishikesh Mukherjee kind of clean family comedy drama featuring Nirmal Rishi in a terrific form bringing the house down. (Review by Bobby Sing).

M. S. DHONI - Despite being a three hours long film focusing on the selective life events offering not much as 'the untold story', it still keeps you glued with all impressive well directed performances deserving appreciation. (Review By Bobby Sing).

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October 23, 2016 Sunday     
As mentioned in the earlier reviews of films featuring the infamous Sunny Leone, this is yet another project that seems to have begun once the lady said YES to its producers doing the legal signings. And who needs a fresh story or some great actors when Sunny is ready to be there in almost every frame of the film and its sensuously shot songs delivering the much obvious.
Interestingly here the most amazing and honest fact remains that in these kind of projects both the makers as well as the actors very well know that why this film is being made and what are they supposed to do in it, without worrying about anything else in terms of performance, talent, cinema or creative satisfaction to be straight.
So in BEIIMAAN LOVE, we once again have the same rotten storyline of a bet between the friends to win over a beautiful girl, a mother with an undisclosed shameful past, a guilt-ridden suicide thrown as a twist, a second marriage arranged with a questionably modern girl (and a father too) and then the revenge planned by the victim heading towards a supposedly innovative but pretty badly executed climax contributing nothing.
Beginning with a song right away focusing on Sunny - the only ‘so called’ asset of the film, BEIIMAAN LOVE is full of ridiculous dialogues, painfully clichéd sequences and many poor performances featuring Rajneish Duggal in the male lead and Sunny’s real-life husband Daniel Weber too (reminding you of the 90s when Bhagyashree used to force the producers to take her husband Himalaya as the hero of her every film).
In short there is no filmmaking here to be straight and ‘the product’ is not even enjoyable for the ones looking for some sleazy kind of entertainment in return of their money spent. In fact this should ideally be one of the last few projects of Sunny Leone’s India tour and she will have to take a decision before she slips into the mode of becoming the new-age HUMA KHAN signing such pathetic ventures.
Overall if EK PAHELI LEELA can be rated Sunny’s best ‘Hindi’ film till date, BEIIMAAN LOVE can easily be called the worst and she will have to seriously think of something exceptionally great to make a comeback from here.
Rating : 0.5 / 5 (And that too strictly for its few above average songs with some catchy beats)
Tags : Beiimaan Love Review by Bobby Sing, Beiimman Love Film Review by Bobby Sing, Sunny Leone in Hindi Films, Best and Worst Hindi film of Sunny Leone, New Hindi Films Reviews, New Hindi Movies Reviews, New Hindi Movies Released, New Bollywood Reviews, Bobby Talks Cinema Review, Reviews By Bobby Sing, New Hindi Films Reviews at bobbytalkscinema.com
17 October 2016 / bobbysing /
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At one end SAAT UCHAKKEY can easily be called as the unofficial ‘desi’ sequel of DELHI BELLY due to its continuous abusive rant and the Delhi link. But on the other it can also be referred as an interesting watch that begins with the touch of Tarantino and Guy Ritchie but ends like the typical Priyadarshan movie offering a mixed bag of chaos and entertainment.
Based and filmed entirely in the old lanes of the capital (making a good use of chroma option) this is about seven guys who just want to get rich taking a short cut and with the same motive plan a heist in a local haveli, with not even one of them being expert of any such criminal activities. Sadly the ‘heist part’ comes much later in the film and till then the writer-director keeps introducing his characters with another ‘fake-murder’ plan which never turns out to be anything convincing or entertaining in the first half.
Besides, the language throughout remains crass and vulgar, which gets muted in some scenes in the beginning, but later probably the censor also couldn’t go on with its ‘muting act’ as then the film would have become a mostly silent venture affecting 70-80% of its dialogues written in the local lingo. In fact even in the performances, one feels like everyone going overboard in their initial sequences. But then you accept them as they are, offering a partially enjoyable film along a superfine camera work and noteworthy sound design retaining the relatable local flavor of Delhi-6.
No doubt in its first half, the parallel storylines remain confusing, the character defining is considerably long and it takes a good amount of time to reach the impressive part of the second half that should have been taken care of. Yet you don’t get much to complaint in its final hour as the pace entertains and many of the ‘abusive’ dialogues generate a kind of ‘guilty pleasure’ too, putting it honestly.
However, I really wish the spiritual inclusion in the end was handled more skillfully, because in the present form, though having its own insightful meaning; it largely remains disconnected, absurd and forced, coming all of a sudden without any solid reasoning or build-up.
In short, SAAT UCHAKKEY has some major issues in its language and scattered story progression too that cannot be called great or highly entertaining. But it’s not bad or crap either and has its own good moments in the latter half which can easily be rated as partially enjoyable and funny despite the excessive abuses.
Actually the characterization and the local ambience plays the real trick here providing the promised humour to the viewers. For instance sample the names as Pappi, Sona, Jaggi, Babbe, Khappe, Haggu, Phodoo, Bichy and then a Tejpal. Playing these realistic characters where Manoj Bajpai seems to be having a real good time, Kay Kay Menon as always is in his top form and Vijay Raaz once again entertains as the local lawyer Bhai. Aditi Sharma as Manoj’s lover looks beautiful as well as sensual.  Aparshakti Khurrana, Nitin Bhasin, Vipul Nag and Jatin Sharma play it fine as the friends, whereas both Annu Kapoor and Anupam Kher remain too close to hamming in their few scenes coming at long intervals.
Overall SAAT UCHAKKEY had all the elements of becoming another KHOSLA KA GHOSLA minus the tactless language. But writer-director Sanjeev Sharma couldn’t polish it well stressing more on the abuses brining in the humour instead of his situations or execution, which will also become a crucial factor affecting its satellite rights.
The film has its merits and many might like it much more than me for their various reasons. But if you miss it in the theatres then the official DVD will remain the only means of watching it in the coming months.
Rating : 3 / 5
Tags : Saat Uchakkey Review By Bobby Sing, Saat Uchakkey Film Review by Bobby Sing, Tarantino Guy Ritchie Priyadarshan inspired mix, Delhi-6, Old Delhi Lanes, Vijay Raaz, New Hindi Films Reviews, New Hindi Movies Reviews, New Hindi Movies Released, New Bollywood Reviews, Bobby Talks Cinema Review, Reviews By Bobby Sing, New Hindi Films Reviews at bobbytalkscinema.com
16 October 2016 / bobbysing /
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Ron Howard’s third film on Dan Brown’s novels was at least expected to be an above average mystery thriller with an interesting well-paced progression featuring Tom Hanks and our own Irrfan Khan in a significant role, following the clues left by an eccentric, mad scientist willing to save half of the world (by insanely killing the other half).
But forget about above average, INFERNO is surprisingly not even a fairly ‘time-pass’ watch and appears to be a half-heartedly made B grade suspense-chase-thriller featuring some known names. In fact right from the clichéd basic plot revealed in the start, the film keeps moving on an unexciting storyline making vague historical references without offering any kind of enjoyable thrilling ride heading towards a predictable and pretty weak climax. Nothing seems to be gravely dangerous that needs to be urgently averted by the positive characters in the script and neither the chases nor the secrets bring you on to the edge of your seats providing the return for your money spent.
Most importantly, in this too simplistic and not so happening script, even Tom Hanks looks like doing it unwillingly and only Felicity Jones and Irrfan Khan display some kind of energy in their individual acts. Particularly Irrfan Khan looks like enjoying his role a lot, which I found much better in length than many of his previous ventures abroad.
In short, INFERNO has nothing at all to be mentioned as any enjoyable merit and you might find it pretty bore too, even while watching on a channel sitting at home in the coming months.
Rating : 1.5 / 5
Tags : Inferno (English) Review by Bobby Sing, English Film Reviews by Bobby Sing at bobbytalkscinema.com, English Films featuring Irrfan Khan, Tom Hanks and Irrfan Khan together, Unexciting film on Dan Brown's novel, Mystery films based on Books.
15 October 2016 / bobbysing /
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