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Kuldip Patwal: I Didn’t Do It! movie review: Just good acting can’t save a movie

Kuldip Patwal: I Didn't Do It Remy Kohli
Rating: 1 out of 5

Kuldip Patwal: I Didn’t Do It! movie review: Just good acting can’t save a movie

Kuldip Patwal: I Didn't Do It Deepika Dobriyal
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Directed By: Remy Kohli
Produced By: Remy Kohli
Cast: Deepak Dobriyal, Raima Sen, Parvin Dabas, Priyanka Setia, Gulshan Devaiah
Duration: 2 Hours 07 Minutes
Bollywood Bubble Rating: 1/5

While the whole country is still in awe of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s ‘Padmaavat’, there’s a small film that will be hitting the screens this Friday titled ‘Kuldip Patwal: I Didn’t Do It!’. The movie stars Deepak Dobriyal, Raima Sen, Parvin Dabas, Priyanka Setia and Gulshan Devaiah. With such a talented cast we had expected this film to be at least good if not great, but this one just turned out to be yawn fest.

The movie starts with a rally where Chief Minister Varun Chadha (Parvin) is shot dead, and Kuldip Patwal (Deepak) is arrested for killing the CM. Well, Kuldip claims that he doesn’t remember anything and he has not killed the CM. Then starts courtroom sessions where CM’s wife Simrat Chadha (Raima) is the prosecution lawyer and advocate Parduman Shahpuri (Gulshan) is the defence lawyer.

‘Kuldip Patwal: I Didn’t Do It!’ clearly had potential to be a good film, but then the weak screenplay and bad narration makes this film one of the worst films that we have recently seen. Remy Kohli’s directorial is simply bad. While watching the movie I was literally questioning the fact that what was the aim to make this film because at a point you might feel it’s trying to show how changes in the system affects the common man, but then the confusing narration takes the movie to a totally different tangent.

The only good thing about the movie are the performances. Gulshan Devaiah is simply outstanding in the film. Deepak Dobriyal is also quite good, and Parvin Dabas leaves a mark. Talking about actresses Priyanka Setia and Raima Sen, both are really bad. The latter looked like she is forcefully doing the film and was totally disinterested.

Overall, ‘Kuldip Patwal: I Didn’t Do It!’ is a film that actually doesn’t deserve your attention. Just skip this one, and better watch ‘Padmaavat’ again this weekend.

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Welcome To New York movie review: A pure boredom tour!

Directed By: Chakri Toleti
Produced By: Vashu Bhagnani, Jackky Bhagnani, Deep Shikha Deshmukh, Andre Timmins, Viraf Sarkari, Sabbas Joseph
Cast: Diljit Dosanjh, Sonakshi Sinha, Karan Johar, Riteish Deshmukh, Lara Dutta, Boman Irani, Rana Daggubati, Sushant Singh Rajput
Duration: 2 Hours 04 Minutes
Bollywood Bubble Rating: 1.5/5

“Daant Tod Ke Dungi Hath Ma, Kuch Din Toh Guzaro Gujarat Ma…!” Gonna try this on my colleagues today.

Here’s everything that I watched, in a nutshell. Teji (Diljit Singh), a wannabe actor and Jeenal Patel (Sonakshi Sinha), a fashion designer, winner of the IIFA talent hunt flies down to New York to attend the awards show. Okay?

The entire event is supervised by Garry (Boman Irani) and  his employee Sophie (Lara Dutta). Karan Johar and Riteish Deshmukh (the real ones)) are to host the evening. Okay?

Karan has a humshakal Dushman, his name is Arjun Johar. Rana Daggubati is unable to get over Bhallaldeva’s lost love syndrome, hence he’s been listening to love songs all day. Sushant Singh Rajput is giving autographs on behalf of MS Dhoni. Salman Khan offers ‘Dabangg 3’ to Jeenal because she resembles Sonakshi, and asli Sona is asking for Rs 3 crore. Okay? No?

*Yawns*

Of the three and a half times I laughed, twice was because an uncle was laughing and I was laughing at him. Another time, KJo took a dig at himself and said, “Koi Toh Ho Jo Iss Abla Mard Ki Madat Kare!” And the other half laugh…I think that was on myself.

The only brave things about ‘Welcome To New York’ are the numerous digs that it takes, and dare I say, the true ones. Also, I remember having written an open letter where I took the case of moral police who took digs at KJO, for his sexuality.  And here he is, taking digs at himself.

Nothing, including Diljit Dosanjh’s immense efforts to add comedy, can save this film. Sonakshi Sinha was better off this disastrously typecast character. On a much serious note, why must filmmakers give away to such extent to community stereotyping? Let Alone her purposely typecast getup, you could do without ‘Jai Modi Ji’…!

Bad songs. Scattered story. Forced jokes. Average performance. Welcome nowhere.

Oh, Sohail Khan and Arbaaz khan too have cameos hai, if that interests you!

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Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety movie review: ‘Bromance VS Romance’, a refreshing-enjoyable war

Directed By: Luv Ranjan
Produced By: Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Luv Ranjan, Ankur Garg
Cast: Kartik Aaryan, Nushrat Bharucha, Sunny Singh
Duration: 2 Hours 20 Minutes
Bollywood Bubble Rating: 3.5/5

In our lives, most of us have faced a situation where our best friend or just a good friend is all set to get married, and we get possessive about our friend. Thanks to the new person in his/her life, our importance lessens, and we start feeling bad about it. But, what if you come to know that your friend is all set to tie the knot with the wrong person. What would you do, try to save your friend from ruining his/her life or let him/her get married to the wrong person?

Well, Luv Ranjan’s ‘Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety’ is all about what we just told you above. Sonu (Kartik Aaryan) and Titu (Sunny Singh) are best friends since they were in nursery. Sonu is a like a brother to Titu who is always there for him. Then enters Sweety (Nushrat Bharucha), the sundar-susheel girl who Titu decides to get married. Sweety’s perfect bahu avatar doesn’t go down well with Sonu and he feels that the girl is fake. Is Sweety actually fake? Watch the movie to know that. Moving further starts a war, bromance vs romance. Well, a dialogue in the movie goes like this, “Dosti aur ladki mein hamesha ladki jeet ti hai.” Is that actually true?

‘Bromance vs Romance’ is surely a topic that many people would relate to, and for those who have not yet faced it, ‘wait for it’. Luv Ranjan and Rahul Mody have very well created some amazing situations in the film with their writing. But, post interval when the actual war starts, the movie dips down a bit. You will start feeling that what’s next and where the movie is headed. Even though our asanskari Alok Nath has acted brilliantly, his character will surely make you question a lot of things. Thankfully, a few minutes after interval, the movie picks up quite well, keeping you engaged till the end. Luv Ranjan’s narration is also quite good and yes, this movie is much better than the ‘Pyaar Ka Punchnama’ and ‘Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2’.

Talking about actors, Kartik Aaryan is the star of the film. He has acted amazingly. Not only in the comedy scenes, but Kartik has wonderfully managed the emotional sequences too. Nushrat Bharucha is very good in her role and by the way, after Priya Prakash Varrier check out her eyebrow moves. There are very few Bollywood movies, where an actress says, ‘Main Heroine nahi villain hu’, and we are sure there will be whistles on this dialogue. Sunny Singh is nice in his part, but gets overshadowed by Kartik. One more actress from the ‘Pyaar Ka Punchana’ franchise has a short yet a very pivotal role in the film. We are talking about Ishita Raj, she has totally nailed it in her part. A special mention to Ayesha Raza (Titu’s mother), she is truly fantastic.

One of the best factors about the movie is the music. Though half of them are the recreated versions, they are entertaining.

Overall, ‘Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety’ is an enjoyable flick that will surely make you feel refreshed after you watch it.

P.S. The chemistry between Sonu and Titu is much impressive than the chemistry between Titu and Sweety, so at least when it comes to chemistry between actors BROMANCE WINS.

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