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GOOD MORNING EMI SHORT FILM REVIEW

Mumbai: Due to the lockdown, there has been a lots of trouble for a common man to give EMI, there are lots of people facing many problems due to  the lock down. Have you ever thought that one day your mood is very bad and you get EMI calls from the bank, especially in the morning when you have not even woke up properly from sleep and you will get angry, an if you hear the abuse of EMI person. Let us tell you that on the MX-PLAYER platform, such a short film is released on 25th December Friday, which will make you afraid to ask for EMI too.

Yes, the film EMI released on Friday is being liked very much, it is a 10 minute short film. The story is about a man who is seen upset with his personal life. One morning when Chulbul is sleeping when his girl friend calls, he talks to his girl friend and sleeps again for 5 minutes. After 2 minutes, Chulbul’s phone rings again and he feels that his girl friend call him back but this time the call is from the EMI collector and he starts abusing in the morning, yet Chulbul was talking very softly. He talks to EMI person and ask him out to meet for settlement . During a conversation between Chulbul and EMI settler, Chulbul’s girl friend calls Chulbul quite often but his call was busy when Chulbul’s call her back his girl friend gets angry and took breaks up with Chulbul. After this, Chulbul meets EMI person and teaches him a lesson how to talk. To know more you have to watch this film.

 

Talking about the star cast of this film, actors Pratush Mishra, Deepak Singh Thakur, Actress Kritika Gupta, Nandita Shukla is seen. Jai Prakash Mishra is the writer and director of this film, produced by PSJ Media Vision .

People have loved this film a lot.

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Debutante Dilip Arya is striking as a Dacoit in TAANASHAH

TAANASHAH – Rating 3.5 stars

This week see the release of a dacoit film which has already been critically acclaimed at several International Film Festivals. Once in a while comes a film on the dacoits like Mera Gaon Mera Desh, Sholay and the recently Gangs of Wasseypur. TAANASHAH promises to enter this elite list of Bollywood films on the dacoits.

Dilip Arya plays the protagonist Shiva whose father and sister are killed by the village Thakur, hence to avenge their death, Shiva kills the Thakur’s clan which leads to the police gunning for him. In his journey hiding from the cops, he comes in touch with a gang of dacoits.

Taanashah is loosely based on the life events of famous bandit Shiv Kumar Patel or Dadua. Shiv ruled the jungles of Bundelkhand uninterrupted for 28 and more years and by the time he was killed by STF in 2007, he had control over 14 MLA seats and he virtually decided who would rule UP next. The dreaded outlaw had evolved a powerful ecosystem with innumerable beneficiaries and no one dared go against him.

The dacoit Shiva is also revered by the village folk as he is like a village Robinhood. In the process, the local politician needs the dacoit’s help to win the election.

  

Then begins the game of betrayal and a web of politics and backstabbing.

Shot in real locations in Chitrakoot in UP, Mukesh Srivastava has written and produced this film that portrays the actual hinterland of India. Even today weapons are easily available in these places and one small mistake could erupt into rivarly in these ravines.

Astounding performance by Dilip Arya and the other cast. Each of the characters are perfectly selected, while the protagonist Daddu overshadows the film which has an earthy portrayals of the hinterlands of India.


Priyanka Singh’s Film Acid Inspires Change In Society And Thinking

Film Review

Film: Acid

Director: Priyanka Singh

Ratings: 3 stars

A film based on social evil like throwing acid on the face of girls of the country, ACID has released this week. Based on the real-life acid attack, the film is produced by debutant director-producer Priyanka Singh. She also played the lead role of acid attack victim girl Ruhana in this movie. The film is released nationwide on 3rd January.Release  by Screenshot Media & Entertainment Group

It is being compared to Deepika Padukone starrer Chhapaak, but its treatment is different and it is very realistic. Meghna Gulzar’s Chhapaak is the story of Laxmi Agarwal, an acid attack survivor, while Priyanka Singh’s Acid is also based on a real-life incident in UP, where a young girl was attacked with acid. After watching this movie, it is realized that the purpose of making it is not just to make a cinema but to start a debate in the country and society about this social disease.

Priyanka Singh has not dramatized the scenes of this film by showing her directing skills but has shot it realistically. Through this film, an attempt has also been made to look into the minds of such dreadful criminals.

Acid co-producer Maan Singh has also played a negative role in this film. This movie shows the struggle of women in a male dominated society. This film is not about any one girl, but it shows the pain of all the women.

Priyanka Singh, who hails from Ranchi, plays the acid victim in it. Priyanka has also directed and acted in the film. Seeing the story of the acid attack victim in this film, people’s soul tremors. Presenting such a story on screen was a big challenge for Priyanka, but this role based on the life of acid victim Ruhana of Lucknow has been played by Priyanka with great effort. Priyanka has prepared quite a lot to play this role. She has spent time with many acid sufferers, realizing their story and pain.

What kind of narrow mindset criminalizes such people. They ruin the lives of girls like Ruhana for their small thinking and false pride. This film gives the message of ending this mentality from the root. The film also gives the message that those daughters who are struggling to get out of this wound to make a mark in their lives and get their rights, should also be encouraged. The film says that every person of the society has to come forward to end the bad mindset and dirty thinking.

The film has been appreciated at the Film Festival of India and abroad and now in theaters film is getting better response from the audience. Must see the movie once.

Ratings 3 stars


Antervyathaa Is The Most Promising Film Of This Week

Film Review

Film ‘Antervyathaa’

Director: Keshav Arya

Producer: Dinesh Ahir, Bharat Kawad, Deepak Vashisht, co-producer Akshay Yadav

Artist; Hemant Pandey, Kuldeep Sarin, Gulshan Pandey, Veena Chaudhary and Keshav Arya

Ratings: 4 stars

Films released this week include Producer Dinesh Ahir, co-producer Akshay Yadav and director Keshav Arya’s film ‘Antervyathaa’, which is said to be the best film of the week. After winning several awards in many film festivals, the film ”Antervyathaa” has been released in the theaters. composer singer Tochi Raina, actors Hemant Pandey, Kuldeep Sarin, Gulshan Pandey, director Keshav Arya, producer Dinesh Ahir and co-producer Akshay Yadav are connected to the movie.

It is worth mentioning that this film has so far received 8 awards in 14 film festivals across the world, including Best Debut Film Maker, Best Director, Best Actor.

Director Keshav Arya and producers Dinesh Ahir, Bharat Kawad, Deepak Vashisht and Co producer Akshay Yadav have released the film in the cinemas of All India.

As far as the story and subject of this film is concerned, the subject of this movie is completely different, there is a different cinema from all the films of today. The story will touch the heart of every viewer and they will be able to connect with it.

Kabira fame Tochi Raina has given beautiful music in this film.

Hemant Pandey, Kuldeep Sareen, Gulshan Pandey, Veena Chaudhary and Keshav Arya have performed amazing roles in the film. The one liner of the film ”Antervyathaa”, made under the banner of Sushila Media Tech Pvt Ltd, is that ‘Every human has an intuition’ The film is based on this one liner. We often lie in our childhood, but it remains in our mind that we have lied and the whole life person keeps on realizing the mistake of telling that lie. A person can hide his mistake from other people, but he cannot hide it from himself. He has to fight with himself. This is what this movie shows.

The director and actor of the film, Keshav Arya, has made the film ”Antervyathaa” with great effort and dedication. This film is a must watch for cinema lovers, they will not be disappointed.

This film is given Critic Ratings 4 stars.

———-Mohan Rajput


Vinod Kumar’s Film Love In College Gives A Great Message Against Drugs

Film Review: Film “Love in College”

Producer Vinod Kumar

Director: Vishan Yadav

Artists: Sapan Krishna, Priya Gupta, Kiran Kumar, Mushtaq Khan, Ahsaan Qureshi, Anil Yadav, Danish Rana, Mitali Shah, Ankit Raghav, Abhishek Dixit, Kajal Tiwari, Arpeeta Thakur, Ramesh Goyal

Rating: 4 stars

This week’s release, producer Vinod Kumar and director Vishan Yadav’s film “Love in College” is an eye-opening film for youth, especially college going boys and girls as well as their parents. The film made under the banner of RV Series Motion Pictures, shows the growing trend of drugs in college and its bad effects on youth. Dialogues from the film “Love in College” is the essence of its story. One of the dialogues says “We give the status of the temple to the school college, but some people have made it a den of drugs.” This is a bitter truth of today’s society, which is effectively introduced in the film.

Performance and chemistry of lead pair Sapan Krishna and Priya Gupta is another highlight of the film. Actors like Ahsaan Qureshi, Kiran Kumar and Mushtaq Khan have delivered impactful performances.

Songs of the film have also become very popular. Singers like Shaan, Sushmita Yadav and Sparsh Rathore have lent their voice to the soulful tracks in the film, which has been released by Zee Music Company. The film is released by distributor Shamshad Pathan under his banner SK Enterprises.

 

The writer of this film is Ahmadhasan Siddiqui and Music is composed by Vinod Kumar, Rajesh Ghayal and Shyam Soni and arranged by Arabinda Neog. Songs are choreographed by Narendra Chauhan and Sarfaraz Khan.

In the film’s nail biting climax, Kiran Kumar has an inspiring dialogue “The way parents leave their children in school, parents should also go visit colleges to see in which environment their children are studying.”

Its a must watch for today’s youth as well as the older generation.

Rating: 4 stars


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