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Bodyguard Movie Review – Salman Khan Became Romantic Bodyguard in Bodyguard 2011 Movie

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Bodyguard 2011 Movie
Bodyguard is a new Hindi romantic action movie of Bollywood directed by Siddique. It is a remake of 2010 Malayalam film, Bodyguard. The film is produced by Atul Agnihotri and Reliance Entertainment. Theatrical trailer of Bodyguard movie was unleveled on July 21, 2011.

Bodyguard 2011 movie is released on the occasion of Eid, 2 days before of Friday. The movie released on 31st August, 2011.

Salman Khan as Lovely Singh, Kareena Kapoor as Divya, Raj Babbar as Sartaj Rana, Rajat Rawail as Tsunami and Hazel Keech as Divya's friend are leading casts of Bodyguard movie.

Story of Bodyguard movie revolves around Lovely Singh and Divya. Singh is appointed as Divya’s bodyguard getting news that Divya’s life is in danger. Sartaj Rana gives Singh an order to follow the steps of Divya to give her a protection. However, Divya doesn’t approve him. She attempts to make a distance from him. So, she makes a plan against him. She tries to make him fall in love with her without revealing her identity.

Story of Bodyguard movie takes a new turn when the bodyguard falls in love with an unidentified girl. Character of Lovely Singh is almost same from Prem Kapoor of Ready movie.

A new aspect of romance and action is introduced by Bodyguard movie. Singh is as romantic as protective. Divya realizes a true lover in him when he protects her fighting against some goons.

Bodyguard movie is also able to entertain audiences like Dabangg movie. Salman decided to release the movie on the occasion of Eid to make some good money on the opening day.

Bodyguard movie review is positive from many big media and online portals. It was estimated that the movie will be able to collect Rs. 20 crore on the opening day. It is a hat-trick movie of Salman Khan in the sequence of romance and action.

Shabri Movie Review – Shabri Movie is a Story of a Woman Gangster

Friday, August 26, 2011

Shabri Movie
Shabri is a new movie of Bollywood directed by Lalit Marathe. It is produced by Ram Gopal Verma. The film is released on August 26, 2011.

Shabri movie is featured with Isha Koppikar, Manish Wadhwa, Pradip Rawat, Zakir Hussain, Vijay Kadechkar, Sanjay Kulkarni and Datta Sonawane.

Shabri movie revolves around a simple woman from a Mumbai slum. She becomes the power of underworld in this city. Name of the film is based on the protagonist of the film – Shabri. She works in a flour mill to support her parents and a younger brother.

Shabri is centered on Murad character also. He helps Bandya with money and inspires him of a world beyond. Life of Shabri takes a U turn when Inspector Khare rounds off her innocent brother – Bandya.

Shabri sacrifices her life and stands for the revenge. Story of Shabri is based on survival, dignity, determination, and human triumph.

Shabri movie revolves around a female gangster. She takes a gun in hand and walks on the road of crime. The revenge is set with an underworld backdrop.

Performance of Esha Koppikhar in this film is awesome. She has done the most impactful act in this film of her life. Dialogues, expressions and background scenes of the film are awesome.

Avinash Walzde has done a great job as an editor of Shabri movie. A huge appreciation is claimed to Amit Roy also as the director of photography.

The film is not compatible with the current scenario of Mumbai. But it tells a perfect story like Vaastav and Satya movies. Ram Gopal Verma has tried to show his attitude about the life and dignity of slum in Mumbai connecting with the underworld. It is a perfect movie for this week after Aarakshan movie. Review of Shabri movie is very positive. The low budgeted movie is able to entertain audiences in a new sense.

Aarakshan Movie Review – Prakash Jha is not able to keep Aarakshan Movie on the Realistic Ground on the Issue of Reservation

Friday, August 12, 2011

Aarakshan Movie 2011
Aarakshan is a new Hindi movie of Bollywood based on the issue of reservation. It is being recognized as a controversial movie on the issue of reservation in Indian context. Presentation of issue of reservation in Aarakshan movie is very sharp. The movie gets banned in UP, Punjab and Andhra Pradesh before its releases. But on the date of release, the ban is lifted by the government. Aarakshan movie releases in all over India on 12th August, 2011.

Prakash Jha is a well known Indian director, producer and screenwriter. He raises social issues of our society in his movies. He has tried to put realistic examples in his movie to make them more interactive with the audiences. Prakash Jha got very good response from his last movie - Rajneeti. It was based on the complex reality of politics in our society.

Aarakshan raises a debate inside us. Prakash Jha has tried to find out the objectives of reservation and its impact on our society through the movie.

Debate on reservation in our society is not a new issue. But Prakash Jha has tried to present the issue in a very new way to us by Aarakshan movie.

Dialogues of the movie are superb and realistic. Amitabh Bachchan, Saif Ali Khan and Manoj Bajpayee are very perfect in their roles. Appearance of Hema Malini is not very effective.

Aarakshan is very good and thematic in the beginning. But soon it leaves the topic of reservation and turns towards the romance of Saif and Deepika Padukone. This time, Prakash Jha is not able to keep the issue of reservation on the realistic ground in Aarakshan movie.

Aarakshan movie review is average. It has been rated as an average movie by many big media and online portals. The movie mainly focuses on the subject of commercialization of education system. So, issue of reservation is very vague. Prakash Jha is not able to present the objectives and impact of reservation in our society. But he is able to include some revolutionary dialogues on the issue.

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