The 1980 Bollywood film Albert Pinto Ko Gussa Kyon Aata Hai stars Naseeruddin Shah, Shabana Azmi and Smita Patil in the lead roles.
The film traces the anger of a worker in Bombay who wants to be a successful person and works hard for it.
It portrays the unethical practices carried out by the capitalists and how workers are exploited.
The concept is consistent even today and hence this film is a timeless classic.
The Unknown Fact:
The film is inspired from the real experience of the director Saeed Anwar and is based on his own story.
A MUST WATCH FILM
Last two Fridays we saw many big releases such as Badla, Sonchiriya and Luka Chuppi. These three films had their own audience while one got rewarded at the box office, the other one was a treat for the movie buffs.
And yet again his Friday will witness the clash of four different films altogether. And as per their trailers, three out of those four looks promising in terms of storyline, simplicity and realism.
So here’s a list of 3 Most simple yet soulful movies releasing this Friday.
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Hamid is an Indian drama film directed by Aijaz Khan. The film stars Rasika Dugal, Vikas Kumar and Talha Arshad Reshi in major roles. The story is about an eight-year-old Hamid who learns that 786 is God’s number and decides to try and reach out to God, by dialling this number.
It looks quite interesting with a never seen before storyline.
Directed by Ritesh Batra, the film Photograph stars Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Sanya Malhotra in the lead roles. Set in Mumbai, it is a simple story of a street photographer and his relationship with a shy girl and how they develop an unexpected bond.
Seein the real Mumbai on screens with actors like Nawaz and Sanya will be a treat.
3. Mere Pyare Prime Minister
Mere Pyare Prime Minister is a social drama film directed by Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra and is set in slums of Mumbai. A story like this which we rarely see nowadays in Bollywood films.
The film will surely win everyone’s heart with its simplicity and realism.
So, that was the list. Plan and enjoy your weekend watching these simple yet soulful movies. Which one among these three are you more excited for?
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Indian filmmakers were well known in the early 60s-70s for delivering some of the best thriller and horror movies and exploration of that genre has been declined over the time.
Though we saw ‘Tumbbad’ in 2018 which was a masterpiece but yet there are not many horror movies which are worth remembering. But few are more than a masterpiece.
The 2009 ’13 B: Fear has a new address’ is one such movie which has an engaging storyline and a thrilling suspense.
The movie has little flaws but overall a great horror flick to watch. It stars R Madhavan and Neetu Chandra in the lead roles.
It was considered to be the best film of 2009.
Its a story of a family who moves into their new house and as the story unfolds we witness amazing twists and thrills. The strangest thing is the television. Watch the movie to find out further.
We definitely need sequels of such movies but only on one condition i.e the script must be good.
One of the best Indian horror movies made in last two decades.
We saw many Bollywood movies in 2018 and some really won our hearts. But Sohum Shah’s ‘Tumbbad’ was an unique concept which we never saw in Bollywood ever.
‘Tumbbad’ directed by Rahi Anil Barve was inspired from mythological stories. The movie was visually so amazing with a great storyline and amazing performance by the actors.
It took the makers 5-6 years to shot this film. So much of hard work was put up by the whole team under a budget of Rs. 5Cr.
The film was released in October 2018 and it really deserved more than it barely made.
It’s really sad to know that such an amazing film just had a total collection of Rs. 14 Cr which is the FAILURE of Audience and not the movie.
We must support such great content. Feel really sad as a movie lover for such movies which are true art but remains unnoticed by the audiences.
‘Why Cheat India’ is a story about a Cheating Mafia Rakesh Singh (Emraan Hashmi) who is involved into educational scams but overall has a different motive for it.
The story revolves around Rakesh and we get to know how scams take place easily in our country.
The first half is totally engaging with best performances by Emraan Hashmi, Shreya Dhanwanthary and all the supporting cast.
Though the film loses it’s grip and continuity in the second half yet it has a strong and emotional message at the end.
The film has been shot on real locations to make it more realistic. The story has some flaws but Emraan Hashmi’s performance is worth watching.
Cinematography is above average and unnecessary love story and songs are some of the weak points of the film.
Overall the film is worth watching as it mainly focused on the malpractices carried out in the poor Education System of our country.
The plot revolves around a Liftman’s son Raju Tawade who is pursuing Engineering but due to some family problems has to take up his father’s job where he meets Maureen D’Souza a widowed lady who changes his life forever. We see an amazing tale which gives us life lessons along with entertaining us.
‘Liftboy’ is a simple yet a great story which can relate to everyone’s life. A type of ‘middle cinema’ which we must have last seen in Hrishikesh Mukherjee or Basu Chatterjee movies.
Jonathan Augustine who has written and directed this film is making his directorial debut in Bollywood and he has succeeded in keeping the audience engaged in every frame.
Moin Khan who is playing the ‘Liftboy’ has brilliantly essayed his role. Sagar Kale whom we must have seen doing some small roles in films and TVs perfectly portrays a middle class father.
Nyla Masood who plays Maureen D’Souza is a non-actor yet she is the best character of the film and you will love her performance.
A film which has less characters but every character has a specialty and they will keep you engaged with their amazing performances.
The film ‘Liftboy’ proves that you don’t need to have big stars or big budget to make a great film.
Overall a great movie with a realistic plot. Surely worth watching.
‘URI: The Surgical Strike’ is based on the 2016 Surgical Strikes which were conducted by the Indian Army on ‘launch-pads’ used by militants in Pakistan which was a perfect answer to the deadly terrorist attacks conducted by Pakistani militants in which 19 Indian soldiers lost their lives and many of them were injured.
The movie is divided into 4 chapters showing every aspect and cause of the Surgical Strike. The film is shown through Major Vihaan Shergill’s (Vicky Kaushal) point of view who heads the surgical strike.
Vicky makes the movie worth watching. He essays the right intensity and determination one would expect from a military Major.
The mission is planned by Nation Security Advisor who is fictionalized as Govind Sir (Paresh Rawal) with the assistance of Intelligence officer Pallavi Sharma (Yami Gautam).
Paresh Rawal has beautifully portrayed his role and Yami Gautam also has a strong character.
Director Aditya Dhar is tuned into action scenes, manages to get the VFX and most of the action sequences on point.
A great cinematography makes it a treat to watch. Overall it is an Intense and Gripping story which keeps you engaged till the end.