Teri Meri Kahani
Music : Sajid-Wajid
Lyrics : Prasoon Joshi
Starring : Shahid Kapoor and Priyanka ChopraReleased Date: June 22, 2012
Story: It is a story of two persons who fall in love with each other not only in one life but in three different life times so its a thrice love story. Story is about how they meet and fall in love in every life. This story takes us through a journey of eternal love between a couple who have vowed to love each other not only in this life but in every life to follow. Their love is so strong that even destiny wants to bring them together. The story starts in 1960 Bombay with Govind and Ruksar, then moves ahead to present times, 2012 England with Radha and Krish and then goes back in time to Punjab, 1910 with Aradhana and Javed.
Review: I have recently watched it and if say honestly I like the movie. Though most of the people did not like it. We four friends had watched it together and only two of us rated it as good. It is an average movie say 3 out of 5. I didnt even feel like bored at any part of the movie though I never do in any movie but movie is not boring at all. You can watch it if you have time and you want to see just another bollywood romantic love story.
My Rating: 3/5
Ferrari Ki Sawaari
Music : Pritam
Lyrics : Swanand Kirkere, Amitabh Bhattacharya, Guru Thakur and Satyanshu and Devanshu Singh
Starring : Sharman Joshi, Boman Irani and Nilesh Divekar
Released Date: June 15, 2012
Story: Rusy (Sharman Joshi) is a single father, a caring son and a doting dad. He is focused on his 12-year-old son Kayo's (Ritvik Sahore) cricket. He knows that he is in a league of his own. With his meager income as a head clerk at RTO he is not able to fund Kayo's upcoming camp to the mecca of cricket, Lords. He applies for a loan but understands it will take time in coming. He goes to a bank and is refused. By a twist of fate, he chances upon a wedding planner who wants a Ferrari for a politician's son's wedding for an hour.
He is asked to request his dad Deboo (Boman Irani) to ask Sachin Tendulkar this favour. In return he is promised the money for his son's camp. When he goes to Sachin's residence to articulate his request, he is accidentally handed a bunch of keys and he zooms off with the Ferrari. This is the first time, when this upright man does a wrong thing. And when Kayo learns of this, he is heart-broken!
Review: Movie is worth watching and is able to tie you to your seats. Sharman Joshi does an extremely convincing job as Rusy. The characterisations of the son, father and grandfather are well-etched and enjoyable. The conflict is neatly introduced into the drama, keeping the viewer engaged. Emotional scenes are effective but don’t make the viewer cry at any point.
My Rating: 3.5/5
Director : Prabhu Dheva
Music : Sajid-wajid
Lyrics : Faiz Anwar and Sameer
Starring : Akshay Kumar, Sonkashi Sinha
Released Date: June 1, 2012
Story: Rowdy Rathore is the remake of the Telugu film Vikramarkudu.
Shiva (Akshay Kumar), a small-time thief in Mumbai, falls in love with Priya (Sonakshi Sinha), a girl from Patna. Shiva tells her the truth about him being a thief and resolves to give up crime forever. But before that, he decides to swindle one last person for a large sum of money. This leads Shiva to Chinki, a young girl, who thinks that Shiva is her father. Priya finds out about Chinki. Angry and hurt, she leaves for Patna.
Shiva is heartbroken. Soon, unknown goons attack him, taking him to be Vikram Rathore, Chinki’s real father. Vikram Rathore (Akshay Kumar) makes an appearance and saves the day. For more, watch the movie
Review: Rowdy Rathore is just a copy of that south Indian movie so no means of wathing it if you have already watched the south indian one. But if not, the movie is for you. It has everything that makes a movie hit, action, drama, romance, comedy and emotion means full entertainment. I like it and hope you also will.
My Rating: 3/5