Hindi Reviews

Hindi Movie Review - Bol Bachchan

posted Jul 7, 2012, 2:13 AM by BumperHit Admin   [ updated Sep 2, 2012, 3:16 AM by BumperHit Webmaster ]

 Movie Title
 Bol Bachchan
 Tagline  Golmaal Comedy !
 BH Rating  6/10
 Director  Rohit Shetty
 Cast  Ajay Devgan, Abhishek Bachchan, Prachi Desai, Asin
 Positives  Good comedy in parts and good performances
 Negatives  Old story in a new bottle
 Notable Performances
 Abhishek Bachchan
 Conclusion  WATCH

Bol Bachchan is inspired by the gold standard of Indian comedy movies, Golmaal.

Abbas Ali (Abhishek Bachchan) stays in delhi with his sister Sania (Asin). After losing the court case for their ancestral property, they are forced to move to a village Ranakpur searching for a job. Abbas is then hired by Prithviraj Raghuvanshi (Ajay Devgan), as an officer for his property. Abbas accidentally lies in front of everybody that his name is Abhishek Bachchan. Afraid that Prithviraj will thrash him in case he knows the truth, Abbas keeps quiet and tries to cover one lie with another and so on. One day, Abbas gets caught when is offering namaaz. To coverup, Abbas spreads around the lie of having a second, look-alike brother. Prithviraj believes in Abbas and also starts falling in love with Sania. Prithviraj’s sister, Radhika (Prachi Desai), falls in love with Abbas.

What happens when the truth surfaces in this comedy-of-errors? Do Abbas-Radhika and Prithviraj-Sania make it? Watch the film to find out.

Hindi Movie Review - Gangs of Wasseypur

posted Jun 22, 2012, 7:08 AM by BumperHit Admin   [ updated Jun 22, 2012, 9:39 PM ]

 Movie Title
 Gangs of Wasseypur
 Tagline  UP-Bihar mafia unleashed !
 BH Rating  6/10
 Director  Anurag Kashyap
 Cast  Manoj Bajpai, Reema Sen, Richa Chaddha, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Tigmanshu Dhulia, Jaideep Ahlawat
 Positives  Good screenplay, interesting story and excellent performances
 Negatives  Long runtime ( 3 hours), violence, explicit language
 Notable Performances
 Manoj Bajpai, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Tigmanshu Dhulia
 Conclusion  WATCH

Shahid Khan (Jaideep Ahlawat) loots trains in British era, under the false name of bandit Sultana Daku. When the real bandit Sultana finds out, Shahid and his family are expelled from their village. He ends up working in a coal mine in Central India to earn his living. Shahid’s wife dies after giving birth to a son and he is unable to help her due to cruelty of mine owner, Ramadhir Singh (played brilliantly by Tigmanshu Dhulia), who does not give him leave to see her and also kills him.

Sardar Khan(Manoj Bajpai) is the son of Shahid Khan, who is raised by the friend of his father. He is keen to avenge his father’s death who got killed by the mine owner. But Sardar Khan also has a intense rivalry with another family of Wasseypur - the Qureshis. What happens in this complex and violent triangle? Watch the movie for more details.

Overall, the movie is good, but may not be suitable for family type of audience. It has lot of violence and explicit language.

Hindi Movie Review : Teri Meri Kahaani

posted Jun 22, 2012, 6:25 AM by BumperHit Admin   [ updated Jun 22, 2012, 6:28 AM ]

 Movie Title
 Teri Meri Kahaani
 Tagline  First Love x 3 !
 BH Rating  5/10
 Director  Kunal Kohli
 Cast  Shahid Kapoor, Priyanaka Chopra, Prachi Desai
 Positives  Good performances by lead pair
 Negatives  Old wine in new bottle
 Notable Performances
 Shahid Kapoor
 Conclusion  AVERAGE

The film has the stories of the same lead pair set in three different eras - in 1910, 1960 and 2012 and is rumored to take inspiration from a Taiwanese film, with a similar theme.

The movie starts in 1960 Pune-Bombay train where aspiring musician Govind (Shahid Kapoor) meets cinema heroine Ruksar (Priyanka Chopra). They fall in love, but Govind's neighbour is a girl (Prachi Desai) and she also develops feelings for the hero. Since Ruksar and the neighborhood girl are childhood friends, the love train goes off track.

Similarly in the past (1910) and in the future (2012) the same couple accidentally meet each other by the sheer force of destiny, fall in love at first sight, face a ‘minor’ obstacle that separates them temporarily. But the lead pair always overcome the hurdlee it and are united forever and ever.

The film is clean, unlike some of the more violent and vulgar movies of late, and is targeted at youngsters and family audiences. More of the same old wine, but in a new bottle.

Average movie, that is fit for timepass watching on weekend, if you have nothing better to do.

Hindi Movie Review : Ferrari ki Sawari

posted Jun 17, 2012, 2:23 AM by BumperHit Admin   [ updated Jun 17, 2012, 3:03 AM ]

 Movie Title

 Ferrari ki Sawari


 Cute and Sweet !

 BH Rating



 Rajesh Mapuskar


 Sharmaan Joshi, Boman Irani, Ritvik Sahore


 Average story, good performances, Clean and family oriented.


 Storyline follows a predictable path.

 Notable Performances

 Sharmaan Joshi, Boman Irani, Ritvik Sahore




 Rusi (Sharmaan Joshi) is the father who is committed to help his 12-year-old son become a cricket star. The son Keyoze (Master Ritvik Sahore), who is big fan of Sachin Tendulkar, has the opportunity of going to London to play cricket but does not have the money to pay for the trip. His normally honest father hatches up a hare-brained plan to steal a Ferrari and then rent it out earn money.

The car used in the film is rumored to belong to celebrity owner (Sachin Tendulkar ?).

Once they manage to steal the car, all hell breaks loose, with a comedy of errors along the way. Will the father and son duo, manage the crisis? Will Keyoze fulfill his dream of playing cricket in London? Does the celebrity owner realize that his invaluable car is stolen? The rest of the movie answers these questions.

Hindi Movie Review - Shanghai

posted Jun 9, 2012, 6:08 AM by BumperHit Admin   [ updated Jun 9, 2012, 9:38 PM ]

 Movie Title
 Tagline  India shining !
 BH Rating  8/10
 Director  Dibakar Banerjee
 Cast  Emraan Hashmi, Abhay Deol, Kalki Koechlin
 Positives  Good story, tight screenplay, excellent direction, outstanding performances
 Negatives  Story may be complicated for lay viewers. May not work for regular love-story type audience.
 Notable Performances
 Abhay Deol and Emraan Hashmi
 Conclusion  MUST WATCH

Krishnan (Abhay Deol) is IAS officer and head of IBP, a infrastructure project that is being developed in the fictional town of Bharat Nagar. IBP is the brainchild of the state CM and her coalition partner. The politicians, whose party workers have a strong hold in Bharat Nagar, are projecting IBP as their main development project in the state.Shalini (Kalki Koechlin) is a young, foreign educated daughter of a corrupt army officer. She is an activist opposing the displacement of people due to IBP. Dr. Ahemadi (Prosenjit Chatterjee),  arrives in Bharat Nagar to lead a public rally to oppose the project. In spite of a death threat, Dr. Ahemadi delivers his speech. But soon after, he is killed when he is hit by a running tempo.

Krishnan is asked to head an investigation into the Dr. Ahemadi accident. Shalini fights to nail the culprits. Jogi, who is initially reluctant to help Shalini, is forced by circumstances to reconsider his position. Krishnan, on the other hand, is faced with a dilemma when he is presented with incontrovertible evidence which shows that the politicians were involved in the attack. In the meantime, the situation in Bharat Nagar becomes worse and curfew is imposed. What path does Krishnan take and where does the investigation lead to ? The rest of the drama and the climax answer these questions.

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