Feb 22, 2009

Aa Dekhen Zara (2009) - Complete Video Song

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Aa Dekhen Zara (2009) Movie Details, News, Posters and Complete Title Video Song :
Another RD Burman song is now a movie title. After Bachna Ae Haseeno it’s Aa Dekhen Zara! The Neil Nitin Mukesh-Bipasha Basu film was earlier titled Freeze. But maybe it’s the similarity with the storyline of Freeze Frame (2004) that made the makers change the title. In the movie, Neil plays the role of a photographer who is obsessed with clicking pictures of anything and everything including himself wherever he travels. Why? He doesn’t want to be charged with a crime he didn’t commit and wants an alibi all the time. Bipasha Basu plays a DJ in the film who is in love with Neil.

Here the complete video song “Aa Dekhen Zara” is supplied for free downloading and watching. The song is picturised on Neil Nitin Mukesh and hot, sexy Bipasha Basu. So, don’t waist any time and starts download the video and enjoy. Commenting on the video song and the movie is really appreciated.

Do you know that in the film Aa Dekhen Zara the title track is sung by Neil Nitin Mukesh himself and he is a good singer? The choreography and music is given by Ahmed Khan & Gourov Dasgupta respectively for the legendary song.

Complete movie details, including cast details, crew and storyline are following

Movie Name : Aa Dekhen Zara
Also Known As : Freeze (Earlier title)
Tagline : A Date With Fate
Release Date : 27 March 2009
Genre : Thriller / Romance / Action
Director : Jehangir Surti
Producer : Viki Rajani
Banner : Eros International
Presenter : Eros International
Language : Hindi
Screenplay Writers : Shantanu Ray Chhibber, Sheershak Anand
Music Directors : Pritam, Gourov Dasgupta
Lyricists : Irshad Kamil, Sheershak Anand, Syed Gulrez, Prashant Pandey
Playback Singers : Neil Nitin Mukesh, Sunidhi Chauhan, Shaan, Dibyendu Mukherji, Sunaina, Shweta Vijay, Akruti Kakkar
Choreographers : Ahmed Khan, Harshall-Vitthal
Cinematographer : Jehangir Chaudhary
Editor : Bunty Nagi
Executive Producer : B. Chintu Mohapatra
Art Directors : Pradeep Jha, Haseena Shaikh
Action Director : Sham Kaushal
Sound Designer : Rakesh Ranjan
Visual Effects : Future Works
Shooting Studios : Filmcity
Shooting Locations : Bangkok, Thailand, Mumbai, India
Music On : Eros Music
Cast :
Neil Nitin Mukesh as Ray Acharya
Bipasha Basu as Simi Chatterjee
Rahul Dev as Captain
Sophie Chaudhary as Bindiya Avasthi
Bobby Vats as Puri
Shrivas Nydu as Murli
Deepak Dhariwal as Arora
Biswajeet Chatterjee as Dr. Animesh Joshi (Nana)
Tanapath Si-Ngamrat as Baan
Sameer Siddiqui as Ramesh (Bookie)
Synopsis :

Paisa. Pyar. Power.

Ray Acharya (Neil Nitin Mukesh), a struggling photographer has nothing going for him… until he inherits a very ‘special’ camera from his grandfather which changes his life in a way that he could not have imagined in his wildest dreams.

The ‘power’ of the camera changes Ray’s destiny overnight. His life becomes one big roller coaster ride that takes him from rags to riches and also helps him meet the love of his life, Simi (Bipasha Basu) who is an exciting sexy DJ with a mind of her own. Everything is hunky dory and moving towards ‘happily ever after’.

As they say with great power comes great responsibility and in Ray’s case, also great danger. He must now face up to the dark side of reality and win not only against the evil forces but also against fate.

Can Ray change his date with fate? Aa Dekhen Zara.
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Video file size : 16.8 MB
Video length : 03:30 min.
Video resolution : 430X320
Video quality : Good

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Feb 20, 2009

Delhi-6 movie rating-review

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Delhi-6 (2009) Movie Rating and Review :

Rating :

Acting – 7/10
Direction – 8/10
Screenplay – 5/10
Music – 10/10
Technique – 8/10

Review :

Sights & sounds of an address

Don’t go in looking for an RDB, give it a chance to light a candle of a different kind

The volcano has erupted again. Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra has done it one more time. Albeit, quite differently.

If Rang De Basanti was all rage without an iota of remorse, Delhi-6 is all love with a dash of hate. If RDB was a public movement, D-6 is a personal monologue. And just like Rang De was what the country needed back in 2006, Delhi-6 needs to be the new pincode of India. Where the mirror pops up for all matters of religion, caste, money and power, where you look within before you point a finger at others.

More than a motion picture, Delhi-6 is a free flow of ideas, images and sounds. He may harp on the importance of the script, but Rakeysh Mehra, the erstwhile advertising whiz kid, is essentially a man of ideas, a bit of a Bollywood visionary. With the help of the magic troika of A.R. Rahman, Binod Pradhan and Samir Chanda (production design), Mehra creates a world which explodes in every frame. It’s a full-bodied experience, a visceral trip which completely takes over your senses.

For the first one hour you may be even excused for thinking that you stepped into the wrong theatre to watch not a starry Bollywood movie but a beautifully done documentary on Delhi.

I-am-an-American Roshan (Abhishek Bachchan) brings his ailing grandmother (Waheeda Rehman) to her Delhi house and thus unfolds Chandni Chowk like you have never seen it before. The crowded bylanes, the lumbering cows, the leaning havelis, the reverberating mosques… it’s perhaps more energetic, more colourful and more intricate than what Delhi-6 has been for a long time.

And just like in Rang De, Mehra puts the story on the backburner and just lets it rip. Pigeons fluttering in the air, kites colliding in the sky, chillies drying on the roof, jalebis frying in the pan… Mehra achieves perfection in the rhythm. Stills, staccato, flickering, slo mo… the images unfold at their own pace, as if they were born on camera. Sometimes the frames turn into paintings, with smudged shades and muted highlights. Delhi-6 is a sensory tour de force.

No surprises then that when Mehra remembers that he has a story to tell, things get rushed. The screenplay (Mehra, Prasoon Joshi, Kamlesh Pandey) searches for a problem so that it can solve it.

And when it finds one — we won’t spoil it for you — it looks a tad forced and tired. But there’s so much to likea in the first 90 minutes of the 140-minute film, that you go with the flow, swallow the preachy pill and by the end of it all go seeking the mirror nearest to you.

Delhi-6 belongs to A.R. Rahman more than anybody else. He may get the Oscar for another movie, but this is clearly a far better work, a soundtrack so complete that you don’t miss a tone. And kudos to cinematographer Binod Pradhan for bringing those songs alive. Not just Masakkali, the promo queen, all the songs are captured with a lot of heart. But if there’s one that stands out, it’s Dil gira dafatan. You can watch the movie a couple of times just for this one song, replete with tributes to The Aviator and King Kong!

Mehra’s ensemble cast provides the punctuation marks in this celluloid collage and each one brings a unique voice. Rishi Kapoor, Vijay Raaz, Deepak Dobriyal, Atul Kulkarni, Divya Dutta, Om Puri, Pavan Malhotra, Prem Chopra, Cyrus Sahukar, Sheeba Chadda, Supriya Pathak, Aditi Rao… they all do their bit in making Delhi-6 the address to visit this spring.

Watching Waheeda Rehman do the thumka again with a twinke in her eyes is a sight for sore eyes. She is luminous as the grand old daadi, the pillar around which the rest of the cast rallies. She is a bit neglected in the second half but returns at the right time to bring things back in perspective.

Perspective is something that sometimes gets lost with Abhishek’s act. Here’s an uneven performance which is brilliant in certain scenes and plain ordinary in others. The accent’s there, so is the swagger but the casualness sometimes strays into disinterest and that certainly doesn’t help the film. He is at his best in the scenes with Sonam and the kids and totally rocks it in the rap song.

Delhi-6 also reintroduces Sonam Kapoor. After what was essentially a wishy-washy debut in Saawariya, where she had to peek out of veils and jump out of wells, this movie allows the dove to spread her wings. There may not be too many she-scenes but Sonam makes the most of the ones she has. Let’s just say, we won’t miss Kajol anymore. That vivacity that natural effervescence, that fluidity is back and how! Change the outfits, give her songs or scenes, and place whoever opposite her, Sonam’s spot on, in every frame.

For just its overwhelming audio-visual eruption, Delhi-6 is a must watch. Don’t go in expecting a Rang De Basanti. This one too can light a candle, but quietly, somewhere deep in the heart.

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Feb 19, 2009

Terminator 4 (2009)

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Terminator 4 (2009) Movie Details, Storyline, Posters, Exclusive News & Interviews :
Finally the Terminator series is back after six years, the fourth part of Terminator franchise, titled as Terminator Salvation will be in theaters from 21st May 2009. But the bad news is Arnold Schwarzenegger who became a superstar after Terminator series will not be seen to screen as the unstoppable Cyborg, he may only have a cameo role in Terminator 4.

British actor and Batman hero Christian Bale has is playing rebel leader John Connor in Terminator Salvation: The Future Begins. It is heard Bale has signed up to play as John Connor in forthcoming three sequels already.

The first, Terminator Salvation, has already started shooting and at the end of completion.

Christian Bale, 34, played the Caped Crusader in the 2005 film Batman Begins and again in the Batman sequel, The Dark Knight.

Producer Victor Kubicek said: “We’re very proud. Christian was our first choice and he’s a big fan of The Terminator. With Batman, he’s already done the whole franchise thing, so we weren’t sure he’d respond. But Bale read the script and loved it so much that he signed on for all three.”

The first movie Terminator 4 is made by McG (Joseph McGinty Nichol), the Charlie’s Angels director.

When McG was asked if Arnold would appear in the new film of Terminator series that made him famous for the line “I’ll be back”, he replied, “We’re trying to create a visual effect and write code that’s never been written before to address this very question.”

“The T-800s as we know them look like Arnold. The T-800 plays a big role in this movie. And I can’t quite tell just how we express that, but I will tell you the following — I think when you make a ‘Terminator’ movie, it’s the responsibility of our team, all of us together, to push visual effects forward,” the director continued. However, he was clear on one thing. “I don’t want today’s Arnold Schwarzenegger,” McG added.

If we read that correctly, it means McG wants Arnold from the original 1984 film, because the storyline in Terminator Salvation actually takes place before Arnold's T-800 model even exists... at least until the end. So in summary, McG didn't specifically say their won't be an Arnold model T-800 in T4, but hints indicate that it's likely ILM is working on digitizing the California governor to look like the 1984 Schwarzenegger we all know.

All the answers of these questions we will get on 21st May. So, wait for the day.

Complete movie details, including cast details and crew are following

Movie Name : Terminator Salvation
Also Known As : Terminator 4
Terminator Salvation: The Future Begins
T4: Salvation
Terminator IV
Tagline : The end begins
Release Date : 21 May 2009 (USA)
22 May 2009 (Canada)
03 June 2009 (France)
04 June 2009 (Australia)
05 June 2009 (UK)
Genre : Action / Adventure / Science Fiction / Fantasy / Thriller
Director : McG
Producers : Victor Kubicek, Derek Anderson, Jeffrey Silver, Moritz Borman
Banners : Warner Bros. Pictures, Intermedia Films, Lin Pictures
Presenters : Warner Bros. Pictures, Sony Pictures Entertainment
Language : English
Story Writers : John D. Brancato, Michael Ferris, David C. Wilson
Screenplay Writers : Jonathan Nolan, Anthony Zuiker, Paul Haggis, Shawn Ryan
Preceded by : Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines
Followed by : Terminator 5
Music Director : Danny Elfman (Brad Fiedel for Theme music)
Cinematographer : Shane Hurlbut
Editor : Conrad Buff
Executive Producers : Peter D. Graves, Mario Kassar, Jeanne Allgood, Andrew Vajna, Dan Lin, Joel B. Michaels
Co-producer : Chantal Feghali
Art Directors : Troy Sizemore, Patricio M. Farrell, Desma Murphy, Gregory S. Hooper
Stunt Performers : Mark Chavarria, George Cottle, Luke Kearney, Rick Miller,
Sound Designers : Jason W. Jennings, Ai-Ling Lee
Costume Designer : Michael Wilkinson
Production Designer : Martin Laing
Visual Effects : Grzegorz Jonkajtys, Philip Koch, Ryan Reeb, Chris F. Moore, Stan Winston, Charles Gibson
Special Effects : Michael Meinardus, Ante Dugandzic
Shooting Studios : Sony Pictures Entertainment, Warner Bros. Pictures
Shooting Locations : Albuquerque, New Mexico, Los Angeles, California, United States
Cast :
Christian Bale as John Connor
Sam Worthington as Marcus Wright
Anton Yelchin as Kyle Reese
Bryce Dallas Howard as Kate Connor
Moon Bloodgood as Blair Williams
Common as Barnes
Helena Bonham Carter as Serena Kogen
Jane Alexander as Virginia
Guest Appearance :
Arnold Schwarzenegger as T-800
Roland Kickinger as T-800
More Information : IMDb

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Feb 13, 2009

Billu Barber (2009) movie rating-review

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Billu Barber (2009) Movie Rating and Review :

Rating :

Acting – 8/10
Direction – 7/10
Screenplay – 7/10
Music – 5/10
Technique – 6/10

Review :

It’s all about loving your friend!

Two Fridays back in the last special appearance of Zoya Akhtar’s Luck By Chance, Shah Rukh Khan says: “Kabhi usey na bhoolo jo tumhein tab jaantey thhe jab tum kuch nahin thhe.”

What sounded like some starry advice for Farhan’s rising hero was actually a plug for SRK’s new production Billu (the Barber’s gone from the title and also dubbed out at several places, following protests and pleas from barbers).

Remade from the 2007 Malayalam film Kadha Parayumbol starring Mammooty, which in turn was remade in the 2008 Tamil film Kuselan starring Rajanikanth, Billu is a touching testimony to the spirit of friendship. Friendship between two very different people.

On the one hand you have Billu Bilas Pardesi (Irrfan), a barber in an obscure village called Budbuda in Uttar Pradesh, whose broken chair and toothless comb have driven away all customers. The Nirupa Roy of barbers (that’s what the locals call him), cannot pay the school fees of his two kids and the electricity bill of his home.

On the other end of the spectrum is Sahir Khan (“incidentally Shah Rukh Khan”, say the closing credits), the biggest movie icon of the country, who is self-confessedly “the only star who’s got more men around him than women”. Before you start thinking of this being a Konfessions with Karan show, he is talking about the security cordon surrounding him!

So when Sahir decides to shoot his next film in Budbuda, hell breaks loose. From the moment the helicopter touches the village turf, the quiet little hamlet turns into a chalta-firta circus, spinning off several new endeavours to cash in on the shooting schedule.

And Nirupa Roy becomes Rakhi Sawant overnight. Word spreads that Billu used to be a childhood friend of Sahir’s and before you can say snip it, Billu’s rundown kesh kartnalaya becomes a swank salon with a long kataar of customers.

But there’s one small problem — Billu can’t touch base with Sahir. Rather, he doesn’t want to.

A bittersweet tale of values and relationships and how name and fame can swing equations and switch sides, Billu is a charmer all the way. After a long time here’s a film which exudes warmth, celebrates goodness and slips in a message without being preachy.

Priyadarshan is the perfect man to handle a subject like this. His forte is to create quirky characters and put them in the most awkward situations. And in Billu it works like magic. Whether it is Om Puri as the mercenary seth Damchand or Rajpal Yadav as the aspiring movie lyricist Jhallan Kumar or Manoj Joshi as Damodar Dubey, the guest house manager who wants to act, they all bring their share of laughter to the enterprise.

But the one man who makes Billu brilliant is Billu himself, Irrfan Khan. In his second shot at playing the leading man of a mainstream movie after Rog, Irrfan turns in a performance nothing short of genius. Funny, sad, confused, happy, hurt... emotions run like rivers across his face. He is certainly in the running for the best screen barber alongside Charlie Chaplin (The Great Dictator), Billy Bob Thornton (The Man Who Wasn’t There) and Johnny Depp (Sweeney Todd).

Giving Irrfan great support in a very natural performance is his screen wife Lara Dutta. A complete departure from her item ways, Lara looks radiant in the simple saris and does really well. Watch her in the last scene adjusting her palla and you realise how far the ex-Miss Universe has come. The kids (Pratik Dalvi and Mitali Mayakar) are also very good making every conversation of the Billu household hilarious.

Ok, now the answer to the question which made you read all this: How much of Shah Rukh Khan is there in the film? Well, there’s quite a lot (including snatches from almost all his films) and while that may not necessarily help the movie, it will surely get in the people. Yes, SRK in the Rajanikanth wardrobe (and antics) looks tired in the songs and even his performance is just way over the top. But his stirring speech in the end is the best part of the film, guaranteed to have you reach for the rumaal.

Of the item numbers, Kareena’s is clearly the best. But the music by Pritam is so weak that none of the songs stay with you and are at best ice-cream breaks. The cinematography (V. Manikandan) and art direction (Sabu Cyril), though, are top notch and make Budbuda really come alive.

A krishna-sudama fable set in a village with Irrfan Khan in the lead may not be your idea of a Valentine weekend but you can do a lot worse than Billu. At least this is sure to make both of you smile.

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Feb 12, 2009

Underworld: Rise of the Lycans (2009)

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Underworld: Rise of the Lycans (2009) Movie Wallpapers, Cast, Crew and Storyline :
Underworld: Rise of the Lycans is the third part in the Underworld film series, focusing primarily on the beginning of the Vampire-Lycan war. Underworld 3 is one of the most awaited movies of this year because of the success of the previous parts those are Underworld and Underworld: Evolution.

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Complete movie details, including cast details, crew and storyline are following

Movie Name : Underworld: Rise of the Lycans
Also Known As : Underworld 3
Underworld 3: The Rise of the Lycans
Underworld III
Underworld: Begins
Underworld Prequel
Tagline : Every war has a beginning
Release Date : 23 January 2009 (USA)
23 January 2009 (UK)
20 February 2009 (Italy)
26 February 2009 (Germany)
13 March 2009 (Spain)
Genre : Action / Fantasy / Romance / Thriller / Suspense / Horror
Director : Patrick Tatopoulos
Producers : Tom Rosenberg, Gary Lucchesi, Len Wiseman, Richard Wright
Banners : Screen Gems, Lakeshore Entertainment, Sketch Films
Presenters : Sony Pictures, Screen Gems
Language : English
Preceded by : Underworld: Evolution
Story Writers : Len Wiseman, Robert Orr, Danny McBride
Screenplay Writers : Danny McBride, Dirk Blackman, Howard McCain
Based on Characters Created By : Kevin Grevioux, Len Wiseman, Danny McBride
Music Director : Paul Haslinger
Cinematographer : Ross Emery
Editors : Peter Amundson, Eric Potter
Executive Producers : Skip Williamson, Henry Winterstern, James McQuaid, Eric Reid, Beth DePatie
Co-producers : Kevin Grevioux, David Kern
Art Directors : Brendan Heffernan, Gary Mackay
Stunt Performers : Robert Alonzo, Jeffery Ong, Allen Jo, David J. Muzzerall, Andrew B. Stehlin, Tim Wong
Sound Designers : David Farmer, Tim Gedemer, Michael Babcock
Costume Designer : Jane Holland
Production Designer : Dan Hennah
Visual Effects : Erwann Baudet, Thibaut Granier, Nicolas Bonnell, Molina Matthieu
Special Effects : Breuillier Emilien
Shooting Studios : Screen Gems
Shooting Locations : Auckland, New Zealand, Roxboro, North Carolina.
Cast :
Michael Sheen as Lucian
Bill Nighy as Viktor
Rhona Mitra as Sonja
Steven Mackintosh as Andreas Tanis
Kevin Grevioux as Raze
Kate Beckinsale as Selene
Synopsis :

Underworld: Rise of the Lycans delves into the origins of the centuries old blood feud between the aristocratic vampires, known as Death Dealers, and the barbaric Lycans (werewolves). A young Lycan, Lucian (Michael Sheen), emerges as a powerful leader, who rallies the werewolves to rise up against Viktor (Bill Nighy), the cruel vampire king who has persecuted them for hundreds of years. Lucian is joined by his secret lover, the beautiful vampire Sonja (Rhona Mitra), in his battle to free the Lycans from their brutal enslavement.
More Information : IMDb
Official Website : www.entertheunderworld.com

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