Salman Khan rocks all the way in Dabangg. He also single handedly kicks, punches, steps on toes, weeps, chortles, breaks necks, dances, hams, sighs and seduces in that typical cocky style of his, and emerges a total winner. Just like Wanted, Dabangg is an all-out Salman film, specifically tailored for the superstar and it has super hit written all over it. The music by Sajid Wajid is a chartbuster, peppy and poetic in equal bits, the sharp dialogues are written to evoke claps and whistles.



3 Idiots is the latest flick from Rajkumar Hirani's bouquet of film. Produced by the talented Vidhu Vinod Chopra this film is most awaited film of 2009. After watching the movie I felt like having spent hanging out 3 brilliant hours with my friends. The film stars Aamir Khan, Sharman Joshi and R. Madhvan as the 3 Idiots. The film is a breezy entertainer and seems to strike the right chord, but still Hirani's characteristic naive idealism and old-fashioned sincerity is somewhat missing in this flick from his last two Munnabhai films.



Shankar is a master commercial director and he makes sure that there are ample commercial elements and conflict points that would appeal to masses. Though Robo is a science fiction movie, Shankar scored the biggest brownie point when he pitted Rajnikanth against Rajnikanth. Though it is a story of a relationship between man and machine, Shankar has beautifully showcased the human-side of the machine and mechanical side of the human. The screenplay of the movie is smooth and direction is near perfect. Shankar lets his imagination run wild during the last 30 minutes of the movie and it's spellbinding.



Cast: Ajay Devgan, Sharman Joshi, Rimmi Sen, Arshad Warsi, Tushar Kapoor, Paresh Rawal


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