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Most Watched Movies in 2020

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A year to forget—but not so when it came to film. Although most were viewed on inadequately small screens, mobiles and tabs the legion of fiction and non-fiction releases that helped us cope with our pandemic-wracked reality delivered welcome doses of excitement, drama, terror, and humor.

Most Watched Movies in 2020

Dil Bechara

While struggling to survive, Manny and Kizie, who each have a terminal illness, fall in love with each other. Thereafter, the two try to spend the rest of their days being happy and staying positive.

Soorarai Pottru

Maara, a young man from a remote village, dreams of launching his own airline service. However, he must overcome several obstacles and challenges in order to be successful in his quest.


Tanhaji, a Maratha warrior, is Shivaji Maharaj's trusted lieutenant. When the Mughals invade and conquer Kondhana fort, he sets out to reclaim it for his king and country.

Shakuntala Devi

Gifted with an unhinged talent for mathematics, Shakuntala Devi travels all over the world. When people start recognising her talent, they soon dub her as human computer.

Gunjan Saxena

An ambitious Gunjan Saxena eyes becoming a pilot after being drawn by the idea of a life in a cockpit. Despite facing reservations, she fulfils her dream and serves the country in the Kargil War.


The film revolves around a man who gets possessed by the ghost of a transgender person. Laxmii was originally scheduled for a theatrical release on 22 May 2020, but the release was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Sadak 2

Aarya is on a mission to expose Gyaan Prakash, a god-man who she believes is responsible for her mother's death. To that end, she asks Ravi, a depressed taxi driver, to take her to Kailash.

Baaghi 3

Ronnie, a young man, shares a deep bond with Vikram, his elder brother and a policeman. When Vikram gets kidnapped in Syria while on a mission, Ronnie sets out to rescue him.


A black-market mercenary who has nothing to lose is hired to rescue the kidnapped son of an imprisoned international crime lord. But in the murky underworld of weapons dealers and drug traffickers, an already deadly mission approaches the impossible.

Gulabo Sitabo

Mirza, an old man, is always at war with his tenant Baankey as he wants him to evict his house but Baankey is hell-bent on staying.

Watch Dil Bechara, Soorarai Pottru, Tanhaji, Shakuntala Devi, Gunjan Saxena, Laxmii, Sadak 2, Baaghi 3, Extraction, Gulabo Sitabo and other movies on Prime Video.

Movie Review: Pink

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Pink Movie Review


2016 ‧ Drama film/Thriller ‧ 2h 16m
Initial release: September 16, 2016 (USA)
Box office: 640 million INR
Budget: 130 million INR

Minal (Tapsee Pannu), Falak (Kirti Kulhari) and (Andrea Tairang) are great companions. One day the trio got a supper welcome from Rajveer to a resort in Surajkund. However, the night takes a terrible turn after two or three beverages. For their self protection, Minal picks a container and crushes it on his eye. The young lady comes back to their home trusting the night will blur away.

In any case, utilizing his intense association, Rajveer document a wrong FIR against these young ladies. Deepak Sehgal (Amitabh), who has a bipolar issue, speaking to the young ladies takes the film a sensational turn.

Pink Movie

Pink is an eye opener of sorts in today's general public where numerous biased ideas about how ladies are looked upon as, exist.

Executive Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury must be hailed for his make decisions. He removes common exhibitions from every one of his performers and makes an important film.

Taapsee, Kirti and Andrea are unmistakable highlights of 'Pink'. Amitabh Bachchan as Deepak Sehgal sparkles as dependably with intense execution. Angad Bedi as Rajveer, the spoilt rich child of a lawmaker additionally conveys a believable execution.

Aside from the on-screen character's execution, the quality of the film is its screenplay and discoursed. Cinematographer Abhik Mukhopadhay catches the flick in a reasonable way.

Generally speaking, Pink is a suggestive film about ladies, stuffed with messages applicable for society.


Review: ‘Men In Black 3’ is worth the wait!

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Review: ‘Men In Black 3’ is worth the wait!

They are back to wipe out slimy aliens from the face of the earth – The Men in Black. Releasing ten years after its predecessor ‘Men in Black 2’ and fifteen years after the original ‘Men in Black’, it wouldn’t be wrong to say that MIB 3 is totally worth the wait.

This time round, the wicked aliens look all the more perilous with an extra dimension of terror (the film being shot in 3D), but the straight faced sentinels of the planet with their methodical approach of kicking the butt of the extra-terrestrials, Agent J (Will Smith) and Agent K, played by Tommy Lee Jones and Josh Brolin, live up to their holier-than-thou vow of abolishing the aliens out of the earth.

You can call MIB 3 a prequel of sorts for the story runs back to 1969, thanks to a time travel medallion.

Coming to the story, Boris the freak, the last remaining alien warrior of a species dedicated to universe domination, captured and maimed in 1969 by Agent K, has escaped from a special lunar prison and is bent on revenge.

So the creature returns to 1969 with the sole motive to kill Agent K and complete the destruction of the earth that he began before he was captured. Apparently successful in his mission, Agent J wakes up one morning to a new reality.

The world is new and a disturbing place for Agent J now. His partner Agent K is nowhere to be found, the sky is crawling with jellyfish-like weapons and there is a new boss in Agent O (Emma Thompson), who is majorly concerned about J’s bizarre behavior.

When J makes an inquiry about K’s whereabouts, Agent O is mighty amazed as Agent K was killed in 1969 and Earth is about to be overtaken by the alien race led by Boris.
Worried about the fate of his partner, Agent J knows he must travel back in time and reverse the recently reversed events. He must find Agent K and help him kill, not capture, Boris and restore Agent J’s orderly existence.

Using a device similar to the one employed by Boris, J successfully travels back to meet Agent K at an earlier age (played wryly and delightfully by Josh Brolin) convincing him of the imminent danger to a world that now contains two Boris’!

The actors have done a wonderful job with the makers proving their mettle even more strongly with some high technology use of transforming the alienised era of 1969 to perfection.

A Hollywood extravaganza that you just cannot afford to miss. Go, have fun!

Source: ZeeNews

Prem Ka Game

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Prem Ka Game :

Story: Arbaaz Khan gets the seven-year-itch when his wife, Tara Sharma goes to Mysore on family business, with their precocious kid. Can't blame him, since the no-brain neighbour, Madhuri Dixit, literally throws herself on him, with her funny mission of finding love, not marriage.

Movie Review: Sad. Salman Khan tries so hard to add some humour to this humourless film. But nothing seems to work. Neither the apology of a plot that tries to preserve the sanctity of marriage amidst extra-marital flings. Nor the plethora of comic actors, headed by Johnny Lever, who ironically make you cringe with their loud, crude, no-laughing-matter acts.

Try figuring out what the filmmaker means when he likens marriage to a public toilet and wives to an internet virus. Maybe Tara Sharma and newcomer Madhuri Bhattarcharya might be able to shed some light on the similes, as they try and keep pace with Arbaaz Khan's wooden antics. 

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  1. Duniya Se Jo Chaaha - Sunidhi Chauhan
  2. I Wanna Fall Fall In Love - Sonu Nigam, Sunidhi Chauhan
  3. Khan Kaa Gyaan - Salman Khan
  4. Magar Kuch To Hai - Sonu Nigam, Shreya Ghoshal
  5. Prem Ka Game - Nirja Pandit
  6. Tum Hi Mere - Javed Ali
  7. Zabardast - Sonu Nigam, Sunidhi Chauhan, Vishal Dadlani
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Movie Review : Ishqiya

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Ishqiya: Wickedly funny
Rating: 3.5 out of 5*
Starring: Naseeruddin Shah, Vidya Balan, Arshad Warsi and Salman Shahid
Director: Abhishek Chaubey
Two crooks on the run, Khaalujaan (Naseer) and Babban (Arshad) arrive at beautiful widow Krishna’s (Vidya Balan) doorstep. They tell her they were late hubby’s good friends at one point of time. The duo has actually run away from their Jiju Mushtaq (Salman Shahid) after duping him of a huge sum of money and is hiding at Krishna’s house to save their lives from him. But Mushtaq arrives at Krishna’s house and warns them to give back his money in 15 days or face death. The duo then on Krishna’s insistence plans to kidnap a mill owner for the same. Meanwhile, Krishna begins her flirting game with the two. While Khaalujaan loses his heart to her, Babban ends up getting physically involved with her. But then Krishna has her own agenda which the two are completely unaware of which may leave them in a shock!
Debutante director Abhishek Chaubey has been a Vishal Bharadwaj assistant for almost all his films and has co-written them as well. This explains the reason why throughout the film you keep getting the film that you watching a Vishal Bharadwaj film. Abhishek has handled the film like a pro and it doesn’t appear his first effort at all. However, he takes a bit of a time before the interval to set things up but post it the grip is tight and narrative just perfect. With the film set in eastern UP, the dialogues are as real as they can get. However, the use of expletives and double meaning dialogues could have been lessened. The smooching scene between Vidya and Arshad is quiet long too.
Naseeruddin Shah is just excellent playing Khaalujaan and you can’t think of anyone else in his place for the role. Arshad playing completely to the gallery is in top form after a long time. Vidya is in a completely opposite role to her recently released Paa pleasantly shocks with her range and uninhibited act. Pakistani actor Salman Shahid last seen in Kabul Express is impressive. The village kid playing Arshad’s buddy is too good.
Vishal Bharadwaj’s music of the film is already topping the charts with the pick of the lot being Dil To Bachcha Hai Jee and Ibn-e-Batuta. Vidya’s hilarious in the Ibn-e-Batuta number.
Watch Ishqiya for its crazy zany characters and excellent direction.
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