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(3399) 5.5 120 min 2019

Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga is a movie starring Sonam Kapoor, Anil Kapoor, and Rajkummar Rao. The film tells the story of Sweety Chaudhary, a closeted lesbian, and her attempts to come out to her conservative and traditional...

Anil Kapoor, Rajkummar Rao, Sonam Kapoor, Juhi Chawla
Comedy, Romance, Drama
Shelly Chopra Dhar

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Comedy, Romance, Drama
Director Shelly Chopra Dhar
Writer Gazal Dhaliwal, Shelly Chopra Dhar, P.G. Wodehouse, Gazal Dhaliwal, Gazal Dhaliwal, Shelly Chopra Dhar
Stars Anil Kapoor, Rajkummar Rao, Sonam Kapoor, Juhi Chawla
Country India
Also Known As Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa, ELKDTAL
Runtime 2H
Description Balbir Chaudhary is a well to do businessman in small town Moga in Punjab living with his mother and children Babloo and Sweety.Sahil Mirza son of well known producer is a failed writer director.He saves Sweety from a person but later realizes he was her bother Babloo trying to stop her for something.Sahil reaches Moga with Chatro to search Sweety and conducts an acting workshop. Baldev and his family feel Sweety is having and affair with a Muslim boy and put boundaries for her in outside world .Sahil inspires Sweety's grandmother and is invited to her birthday party with Chatro where Baldev mistakes him as the same Muslim boy.All the while Sahil thinks that Sweety is in love with him.But she discloses to him that she is different from everyone and tells her secret.

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Tuesday, 07 Apr 2020 01:40

One could hardly fault this movie for its lack of a traditional plot. The story was one that I never expected from SRK - I'm guessing a romantic comedy. Maybe if it was not a romantic comedy, it could have been a comedy. However, it has so many songs, and even the dances are quite popular. It was almost like a musical, except with not the usual lyrics. The story follows the same motif of the same set of three characters. For the first half, the characters are quite unlikeable. One of the girls even talks about having a boyfriend. However, with each character, their interactions grow as they change. And, with each change, you see them go from an outcast to a best friend, to an rival, and finally a romance. The two male leads are fun to watch. It is refreshing to see a non-submissive submissive to a dominant, and a submissive to an aggressive. Sushmita Sen and Anupam Kher have done an excellent job with their roles. However, the one who surprised me was Manisha Koirala. Her dance-like dancing in the beginning with the men was a bit too much. She seemed to be trying too hard to be a dancer. As she was already accustomed to that, it was hard for me to accept her as a dancer. I like Manisha. However, I was a little annoyed with her. But she carried her character through the movie perfectly. Anupam Kher was amazing as the dominant of the group. And, it was easy to see why he is so successful. He has this strong, firm presence that has no bounds. He carries the movie well and, in some of the scenes, I was on the edge of my seat. I think it is also important to note that Rani's role was more of a cameo rather than an important part in the film. It was only there to show us how she is an actor. She does not have much to do, and her role has been filled by an actress who has done a very good job in the film. I would have liked to see how she acted in other films. And, it was a wonderful role to see Manisha Koirala dancing! With all of these above, there is one thing that I did not like about the movie. If you have been watching SRK's movies, you know that he is not averse to 'chaiyya'. I have seen him do it. He did it once in "Dil Chahta Hai". But, in "Dil Chahta
Monday, 06 Apr 2020 03:04

In 'Maqbool-e Aifiyat-e Bharti-e India', based on the masterpiece 'Shahidh' by Vikramaditya Motwane, the leads Ashutosh Rana and Vicky Kaushal take turns as the protagonist's friend and their romance grows from friendship to love. It's one of the earliest romantic comedies and an early, yet very successful, example of a story that involves a love triangle in the modern-day. The first half is entertaining and extremely predictable as you can figure out what will happen, what will happen next, and what will happen to the protagonists. But once the story starts getting interesting, you'll find yourself gripped by its intensity, its intensity, and its intensity. Kunal Kapoor is perfectly cast as the protagonist, of course, but the whole cast is equally as good as the leading man. The story is full of humor, with many details that are hilarious. There's also a scene where Ashutosh is talking on the phone while the protagonist is walking and then the protagonist reveals a very funny truth to Ashutosh that the protagonist could only be half-Indian. The film is so funny that I almost burst out laughing at some parts. This is the first time that a film has made me laugh so much. The second half is the one where the real fun begins. Ashutosh Rana has to face his greatest enemy, his Dad, and his love life will be the main focus of the movie. There is a scene where the protagonist wants to live together with his Dad's friend but his Dad and the friend refuse to let him live with them. This is the one moment that made me burst out laughing because it was so childish and annoying. But Ashutosh manages to overcome his Dad's objections, however very successfully. The second half, if you watch it with a full mind and a lot of knowledge about Indian Culture, is a feast for the eyes. The script, the settings, the cinematography, the music, the acting, the comedy, the musical numbers, and all the other things that make a good film. The biggest aspect that makes this film great is its presentation. It's a beautiful film, even if you are not an Indian. And it is a visual treat for the eyes. I suggest you to watch it. The key to its success is the stellar performance of Ashutosh Rana as the protagonist. You can see that his performance is inspired from Vikramaditya Motwane's 'Shahidh'. Kunal Kapoor also delivers a good
Sunday, 05 Apr 2020 03:02

A lot of people seem to hate this movie and there are no arguments to support their feelings. But is it true? No. After all, Salman Khan's (and the movie) appeal has nothing to do with sexuality or spirituality. What's interesting is that this movie was not meant to be considered a religious, family, or intellectual film. It was intended to be a comedy and it succeeded in that. The film's main thrust is that the central character, Prem Nagra, is a very successful, successful and wealthy businessman who is struggling to keep up his nose to the nose-in-the-mouth Indian society that was provided by his parents. This film is set in the present and portrays a time when there is an Islam-themed festival. And Prem Nagra, an influential and immensely rich Muslim businessman, is forced to move to Mumbai to keep up with the growing, more and more popular Islam. Prem Nagra begins to get involved in the 'Qadar' movement, which is a movement among the Muslims that want to keep their religion separate from the secular and Western ways of life. He ends up befriending a Muslim prostitute and falls in love with her. After which, Prem Nagra sets out to get in touch with his estranged father. The more he tries to do, the more he realizes that the more his father is against him. This film has a very good cast. The characters of Prem Nagra, the prostitute and the Muslim prostitute are all done very well. There is also the part played by Katrina Kaif, the famous actor and comedian who has done so well in this film. She was truly cast brilliantly. No one should hesitate in showing this film to their kids and parents. The movie also comes with quite some humour, which is a plus. It is good to see the director showing his talented work with a second film. The direction of Abhay Deol is good. It is a film that does not contain any sort of image of religion or God and hence can be enjoyed by anyone who wants to see a humour-filled film. Salman Khan's performances are great. He has done an excellent job and it is also very interesting to see that he has played a character very different from his usual personas. I personally think that this movie can be seen by everyone. Everyone has the right to enjoy it and in the end, it's up to you to decide how you feel about the film. I recommend this film to everyone. I give it a thumbs-up.
Saturday, 04 Apr 2020 05:51

Fresco is the new person from Australia who has been wading through the murky waters of the Indian cinema. However, it may not be just the film that has caused a rift. Fresco, despite it's simplistic yet fun tone and a plot that isn't what one would call complex, is a film that has lost it's audience and needs a second viewing to understand. People have been getting their hopes up about the director's first feature and one would have expected that, but it is not an ordinary film. For those expecting a family film, this film is best avoided. However, the film has good message behind it and it has the capacity to grab the attention of the viewer. The film is an independent film from an indie studio who have tried to capture the essence of the typical Indian genre. The film was shot entirely in India and it is shot in a beautiful and distinct style. Fresco is most likely, for those not familiar with the Indian film industry, the first film from Fresco's new and new artistic director. The film shows a modern, contemporary, family drama. The plot revolves around four people, with the story telling throughout the film. While the film doesn't have a high body count, the characters are not the average people we know in a typical Indian film. The film starts off with a character who appears to be very normal and likable but after a while, we come to realize that the family he lives with is much more than a simple family, or at least, it would seem so. The film portrays a loving family with very important issues that plague the home, the relationship, and the family itself. This film has a single problem which is that it lacks focus. The film shows no reason for the characters to be in such close proximity to one another, except to keep the audience entertained and focused. It just doesn't hold attention or a interest of the audience. We as an audience, find it hard to follow the plot of the film and we feel like it was shot at a good pace and had a good flow. However, the film just doesn't have an original idea and there is no flow and the film lacks focus. It is strange how the film shows four individuals who are almost the same person, yet there is a bit of different feeling about them. This is something which the film does well, but what it does not do is build on the strong ideas that the film brings to the table. The film ends on a bit of a cliffhanger, however, the film has a strong finish. The film is not bad, but it can not be compared
Saturday, 21 Mar 2020 00:17

The story of Aini (Ranbir Kapoor), a family man who lives with his wife and two daughters, who have been going through some bad days. The day he was to go to work he runs into Preeti (Shaina de Silva), the schoolteacher he was going to help. It was only at the time of their meeting that we find out that he was lying to her. She then asks him what he did. He tells her that he had used up all his savings and used them to go to the airport and get a new passport. Since he had no money to pay for the passport and since he has nothing to give her, he has decided to end their relationship, but without revealing any details. He then offers her a way out. She will be in debt to him, but if she can forgive him for all the years that she spent with him and not tell anybody about him, he will forgive her. However, he must give his two daughters, Sushmita (Akshay Kumar) and Manisha (Anusha Tewari), the job of cleaning up their house for a month. The rules of the house are simple. Men stay out of the house except during the day and the women must not go out. They have to clean their houses in the morning and every day. But they do not like cleaning. Some of the women want to do it, but others complain. The children at home enjoy watching movies, but they are not allowed to go to a movie theatre. Some of the children want to see the movies themselves, but the others are afraid of going to a theatre. They decide to go to a strip show instead. The men go for a long time without knowing what to do. One of them does not want to do anything. He is in the middle of it and asks himself: "What am I doing? If I stop here, what will be the effect on the family?" The conversation just can't end. The ending is good. In the film, Anushka Sharma plays a part that I have not seen her before. The other roles in the film are played by Amitabh Bachchan, Priyanka Chopra, Salman Khan, Raveena Tandon and others. I like the film. It is a nice film. Even if you have seen the films of Ranbir Kapoor before, you will like it. But, it does not change anything in the past. It is just an ordinary film, but still entertaining.
Wednesday, 18 Mar 2020 11:59

The year is 2019. The film begins in a seedy motel where we meet the beautiful Victoria (Played by Preity Zinta). She's not alone in the motel. She's accompanied by her friend Raghu (played by Padmini Sharma) and Raj (played by Prem Chopra). The three are staying for the night and I must say, I did not expect this scene at all. But I was really surprised. A very fresh look and feel is given to this film. It really looks like this is the one-night-only motel. It is the night when you will see these three very different characters. Victoria is a shy, uneducated girl, Raghu is a confident, introverted guy and Raj is a weirdo who is a crazy man in a leather jacket and a pair of flip-flops. These three characters are very different. But it is a very positive change. I mean, who would have thought that these three would grow up to be one. A very positive change. And these three characters are very good actors. They do not overact or overact badly. They do not overdo everything. And it shows in their roles. The movie is told in a very simple way. The stories are all the same. They all revolve around a woman who has lost her child. She tries to bring it back to her. The main character of the film is also the man who loses his mother. In the end, she does not bring the child back. But they both find peace. And a new child is born. The one who has found the loss of his mother and has a new found life. This is one of the most touching film I have seen this year. The direction by the director, Prashant Malhotra, is very good. He also wrote and directed the screenplay. The screenplay is full of happiness. The movie is great. The music is also really good. The songs are really catchy. The songs are pretty good. The songs are very catchy. The music director, Jatin Aayenga, is very talented. He does a good job. The acting is really good. The performances by Preity Zinta, Padmini Sharma, Prem Chopra, Rajat Kapoor, Asif Ali Khan, Joy Mehta, Malini Mane, Sushant Singh Rajput and Sachin Khedekar are great. And they are very talented. But the one who is really good is Prashant Malhotra. Prashant Malhotra is very good. The film is very good
Wednesday, 18 Mar 2020 07:14

Tamannah Barman is a 15 year old poor girl with no name and family and lives with her father. She is a smart girl, is witty and full of love for her father. But she is forced to drop out of school and is forced to work as a maid in a big house. The father is an old man with his arms like a cripple, has no education and is a violent man. He is taken by the local thug who keeps him as a servant to maintain the household. Tamannah also meets a kid named Rahab who has been brought up to believe in her family tradition of marrying at 10. The marriage of Tamannah and Rahab is forced on her and she leaves her house for a few days. Tamannah has an auto accident and loses her hand but is saved by a nurse who performs a operation and repairs her hand. Tamannah is very proud of her hand and is ready to become a doctor. The nurse and Rahab are parents to Tamannah's friend Hafiz and they are not accepting of Tamannah's marriage. Tamannah tells the nurse that she has no name and no family and she wishes to remain with her friends. The nurse agrees and accepts Tamannah as a patient. The nurse returns home one day and tells Tamannah that her friend is coming back and the nurse informs her that she is married and will be going to a marriage ceremony with her husband. Tamannah finds out about the marriage of her friend and she comes home and asks the nurse to leave her. Tamannah goes to the wedding but she is not allowed to go. The nurse says she has no other choice than to ask Rahab to be the bride. The nurse says she will go to see Rahab. The nurse agrees to go to the ceremony and after the wedding is over she comes back and wants to help Tamannah. Rahab also agrees to go and go and help her. Tamannah meets Rahab in the hospital and Rahab falls in love with her. Rahab believes that Tamannah is a healer and gives her some herbs to prepare Tamannah. Tamannah looks very beautiful and is ready to do the tasks and make the herbal concoction. She tries to make the mixture and when she is ready to take the medicine it does not taste good. Tamannah goes back to her friend and asks her to come home. Rahab decides to go and Tamannah leaves with her friend. Tamannah wants to leave her friend but Rahab is not ready to go. Tamannah believes in the herbal medicine but Rahab is not convinced. Rahab is ready to leave but Rahab believes Tam

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