The absence of a break in the Parisian theatre made the film seem longer than it actually was because Indian movies are split into two halves. The first half of the film is humorous and moving while also feeling very genuine and real. Additionally, the absence of frequent cuts made it easier for viewers to feel sympathy for the characters they were watching. The movie changed drastically in the second half. With numerous slow-motion scenes, the film became a well-known Bollywood cliché. Here’s the list of the top 10 Bollywood movies with lots of slow-motion sequences.
The movie Race 3 violates every rule that film students are instructed to follow, but what do they know? Race 3 openly targets the fans, starting with the opening scene where Anil Kapoor Anil Kapoor was born on 24th December 1956 in Mumb >> Read More... uses a pen bomb to kill a gang member and ends with Salman saving his family in a base-jump suit. No pretence of logical filmmaking or a solid storyline is made.
In this big-budget comedy, Ranveer Singh Ranveer Singh Bhavnani is an Indian movie actor wh >> Read More... shines as the dishonest police officer. Even when he's not acting morally, his charming demeanour captures your attention from the very first scene. With the help of plenty of witty one-liners delivered in a charming Marathi accent that will make you smile, Ranveer plays the role of Simmba with vigour and panache.
Tiger's successes stem from the way that the action in this movie seems to have received all of Ahmed Khan Ahmed Khan is a multi talented personality of the >> Read More... 's attention, while the other components of the story seem to have received none at all. The narrative itself is clumsy due to its age; younger brother Ronnie ( Tiger Shroff Jai Shroff or popularly known as Tiger Shroff is a >> Read More... ) swears to always look out for his more reserved older brother Vikram ( Riteish Deshmukh Riteish Deshmukh is the son of a politician, late >> Read More... ).
The unsteady writing is approximately suitable for Ayananka Bose's cinematography, but it falls short due to the lacklustre content. By limiting the running time of the movie to just 114 minutes, or little over 100 minutes if you skip the credits, editor Ritesh Soni Ritesh Soni is an Indian film editor. He has worke >> Read More... emerges as the movie's hero. Still, I won't claim that the clutter has been perfectly removed; rather, I'll claim that by keeping it brief, the discomfort has been lessened.
Ahmed Khan and his action team created the film's stunts to replicate the thrills you would often see in films like Mission Impossible and Fast and the Furious in order to give it a Hollywood-style production. And although the dialoguebaazi is amusing and the action is nonstop, the film's predictable plot leaves a lot to be desired.
Dishoom, a buddy cop movie from Rohit Dhawan RohitDhawan is a young talent rising to the top in >> Read More... , makes a valiant effort to resemble Rush Hour, but it falls short due to its clichés. The film's main source of humour comes from Junaid, who is the film's full-of-life, hilarious character, in contrast to Kabir, whose persona is stern and moody. Our Dhoom jodi, Abhishek Bachchan Abhishek Bachchan, or Abhishek Srivastava, is a ve >> Read More... and Uday Chopra Born on 5th January, 1973, This actor is the son o >> Read More... , come to mind when observing their chemistry.
The action drama, which gets its strength from the virility of its protagonist, is full of eye-popping, heart-pounding, mind-numbing, and excessively drawn-out stunts and fights. These are said to be the film's highlights, directed by Ahmed Khan. However, despite a few plot twists here and there that attempt to give the story some sparkle, monotony gradually sets in and drives the movie over the pulpy edge.
The masala dark comedy style of rising director Ashish R. Mohan's movies is obviously reminiscent of those of his mentor, Rohit Shetty. There are flying bodies, flying fists, flying automobiles, and a flying Singh. He has a gift for comedy, but for a movie called Khiladi, it lacks the intense action, heat, and rush of adrenaline that are hallmarks of Akshay's Khiladi series (maybe intentionally).
Shiraz Ahmad's screenplay is entirely filler. There is a twist in this revenge story practically every ten minutes. Everyone is aware of what the other person has in mind. There is a lot of infidelity, cheating, and lying going on. It could pique your curiosity, but after a while, it becomes tedious. Of course, logic has no place in this filmmaker's universe.
Salman Khan Salman Khan is a very famous Indian actor and a pr >> Read More... portrays Tiger with roaring confidence and speech that packs a punch, and the movie features some breathtaking visuals. When he exposes his body, his followers undoubtedly witness a classic Salman Khan moment. But the narrative frequently loses its direction, slowing the movie down and losing our interest. Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif's star power gave director Ali Abbas Zafar Ali Abbas Zafar is a popular Indian actor, Directo >> Read More... plenty of ammunition to work with.
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