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Post by suryag » Sat Dec 23, 2017 3:40 am

Aiyaary trailer is very gripping, expect some good stuff as it is from the director of baby

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Post by Indrad » Wed Dec 27, 2017 6:57 pm

I have survived Tiger Zinda Hai barely...
Actually quite a few relatives had come with many teens and children goo goo gaa gaa over Khans...and all of them wanted to see this...hence the gobar eating..
On expected lines movie is horrible.
It is based on true story of Indian nurses stranded in Tikrit after it fell to ISIS.
Contrary to actual story of Indian govt securing their release through Saudi & Oman intelligence hence ISIS scuttling girls to Mosul in a bus from they were flown to India, here Salman Khan is firing machine gun to bring girls back home.
Usual drama...bastardised story line.
RAW & ISI working together.... :roll:
and flags of India & Pakistan side by side after securing release of nurses...hey bhagwan....!!!!!!!!! :o :( :shock:

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Re: Indian Movies Thread

Post by chetak » Wed Dec 27, 2017 7:13 pm

Indrad wrote:
Wed Dec 27, 2017 6:57 pm
I have survived Tiger Zinda Hai barely...
Actually quite a few relatives had come with many teens and children goo goo gaa gaa over Khans...and all of them wanted to see this...hence the gobar eating..
On expected lines movie is horrible.
It is based on true story of Indian nurses stranded in Tikrit after it fell to ISIS.
Contrary to actual story of Indian govt securing their release through Saudi & Oman intelligence hence ISIS scuttling girls to Mosul in a bus from they were flown to India, here Salman Khan is firing machine gun to bring girls back home.
Usual drama...bastardised story line.
RAW & ISI working together.... :roll:
and flags of India & Pakistan side by side after securing release of nurses...hey bhagwan....!!!!!!!!! :o :( :shock:
this is a long standing and subtle and also not so subtle psyops to soften Indian minds and also portray the pakis/malsis as the good guys.

of all the creeps in the world, why on earth would the Indians use paki help?? or have we just reached the lowest level of dick lick and are furiously digging to find newer ways to continue licking??

malsis are the heros, nurses are xtian and where the hell are the Hindus??

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Re: Indian Movies Thread

Post by arshyam » Thu Dec 28, 2017 12:34 am

^^ Watching this crap :)

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Re: Indian Movies Thread

Post by Karthik » Thu Dec 28, 2017 7:13 am

arshyam wrote:
Thu Dec 28, 2017 12:34 am
^^ Watching this crap :)
shyam, past days, most tamil movies used to revolve around murugan, arunachalam, temples etc. Now a days, most tamil movies have heavy EJ undercurrent, both in picturization and dialogues, I know most of the actors and directors belong to that camp, I feel just like bhaiwood is brainwashing using the other cult, tamil movies are too indulging in the same. BTW, will be really sad if the youth and kids there look upto these people and get brainwashed just like those northies to whom the khans are real heroes in India and grow up "secular" not realizing the bigger plan of such brain washing.

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Re: Indian Movies Thread

Post by Mort Walker » Thu Dec 28, 2017 8:41 pm

Tiger Zinda Hai is complete crap. The filmmakers were too scared to call ISlamic State as such and called them ICE instead.

Why the hell would India work with Pak? It would be much easier to negotiate with ISIS who may have less inbred fuxing retardness than Pakis.

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Re: Indian Movies Thread

Post by Mort Walker » Thu Dec 28, 2017 10:23 pm

Now waiting to see Pad Man on Republic Day. This should have been a documentary, but I guess no one would see it.

What next for Akshay Kumar? Maybe condom man?

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Post by Chandragupta » Sat Dec 30, 2017 9:29 pm

This is a consisting theme in Khan movies - completely rebranding ISI/TSPA as just another normal intel agency safeguarding its country's interest by fair means. You would remember that in a Saif Ali Khan terrorist movie, a Hindu businessman is behind the terrorism and a nuke bomb and blame is unfairly pinned on poor Lashkar. Our Saif works hard to uncover the 'truth' and it appears that evil Hindu baniyas are behind this charade of terrorism just to get rich. Later, that Hindu businessman is shown being bumped off by righteous Laskhkar men much to Saif Ali Khan's amusement.

Which self respecting nation will allow such movies to release & allow such traitors to remain in the country? But we do and then some more! We are a nation of fools with no self respect.

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Re: Indian Movies Thread

Post by ArjunPandit » Mon Jan 01, 2018 12:10 am

Kabir wrote:
Tue Nov 21, 2017 10:34 pm
There was controversy in Mah even around Bajirao Mastani. The Maharashtrians had protested that he has shown the movie more from a romantic angle, well nothing wrong in that knowing what bollywood has offered over the years, but the main point of protest was the way the royal ladies were shown gyrating to item type songs. It was more of a bollywood filmy tamasa and a huge let down for the portrayal of this great character. A recent TV series Bajirao was much well made and one can see how SLB distorts history to make it more saucy. This is as cheap as it gets.
Before coming to BRF/BRG, I used to wonder if I am the odd man out or everyone in my country has been so brainwashed to the extent of endless self flagellating and perhaps I am the fringe element. Bajirao mastani was just the recast of Bajrao's story in the Devdas movie, the dance sequence of the two ladies was pretty much on lines of Dola re song.

The only way to break the vice grip of khan/bhai deadwood is to promote alternative movie zones, e.g., Tamil/Telegu films and alternative film industry in UP/noida with significant tax breaks. SRK would have learnt the lesson by now with three 'not hits' in a row(HMS, Dilwale, Raees), Sallu is dumb but has cunning advisors, thanks to his cases, he stays quite except drunken night twitter bursts.

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Re: Indian Movies Thread

Post by chetak » Mon Jan 01, 2018 6:46 am

ArjunPandit wrote:
Mon Jan 01, 2018 12:10 am
Kabir wrote:
Tue Nov 21, 2017 10:34 pm
There was controversy in Mah even around Bajirao Mastani. The Maharashtrians had protested that he has shown the movie more from a romantic angle, well nothing wrong in that knowing what bollywood has offered over the years, but the main point of protest was the way the royal ladies were shown gyrating to item type songs. It was more of a bollywood filmy tamasa and a huge let down for the portrayal of this great character. A recent TV series Bajirao was much well made and one can see how SLB distorts history to make it more saucy. This is as cheap as it gets.
Before coming to BRF/BRG, I used to wonder if I am the odd man out or everyone in my country has been so brainwashed to the extent of endless self flagellating and perhaps I am the fringe element. Bajirao mastani was just the recast of Bajrao's story in the Devdas movie, the dance sequence of the two ladies was pretty much on lines of Dola re song.

The only way to break the vice grip of khan/bhai deadwood is to promote alternative movie zones, e.g., Tamil/Telegu films and alternative film industry in UP/noida with significant tax breaks. SRK would have learnt the lesson by now with three 'not hits' in a row(HMS, Dilwale, Raees), Sallu is dumb but has cunning advisors, thanks to his cases, he stays quite except drunken night twitter bursts.
bollywood is a well established project and deeply thought out conspiracy to promote a soft image of the ever rabid paki malsi in India so that the public does not revolt when very harsh settlements are made in cashmere issue as desired by the pakis, amrekis and the europeans.

never was there ever a need to romance paki pimps and bar girls in the guise of "actors" Indian owned "assets" are as good, if not better.

lots of bollywood semen lottery kids have clambered on to this bandwagon as an easy means daily bread supply. No need for any Indian industry to be dominated in such strength by one particular community to the almost complete exclusion of others.

lootyens, parlour pinkos and the congis, including the naxal/commies are firmly entrenched in this enterprise and the financing is mostly from the ISI, bhaiwood and gelf interests.

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Re: Indian Movies Thread

Post by ricky » Mon Jan 01, 2018 8:13 am

chetak wrote:
Mon Jan 01, 2018 6:46 am
bollywood semen lottery kids
:lol: nice one saar

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Re: Indian Movies Thread

Post by chetak » Sun Jan 07, 2018 6:29 am

twitter

Salim-Javed extracted the script from 4 wonderful western Hollywood classics
1)The Good, The Bad and the Ugly
2)The Magnificent Seven
3)Once Upon A Time in The West
4)For A Few Dollars More
Each & every scene of 'SHOLAY' has been copied exactly from these four gems.
Intellectual?

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Post by rsingh » Sun Jan 07, 2018 10:19 am

^^^
Nothing wrong. Except one scene where wind blows -off the coffin there are no exact copies. People do this everyday. He brought the story in Indian context and that was very well done. At least it is not the cheap copy like "God tusi great ho " and almost all other modern films.

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Post by Misra » Sun Jan 07, 2018 12:46 pm

^^ ‘the magnificent seven’ itself was based on kurosawa’s ‘seven samurai’. ‘a fistful of dollars’—the first in the ‘dollars trilogy’ of which ‘the good, the bad and the ugly’ and ‘for a few dollars more’ were the other two—was again based on kurosawa’s ‘yojimbo’

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Post by chetak » Sun Jan 07, 2018 2:56 pm

Misra wrote:
Sun Jan 07, 2018 12:46 pm
^^ ‘the magnificent seven’ itself was based on kurosawa’s ‘seven samurai’. ‘a fistful of dollars’—the first in the ‘dollars trilogy’ of which ‘the good, the bad and the ugly’ and ‘for a few dollars more’ were the other two—was again based on kurosawa’s ‘yojimbo’
The question remains.

is javed an "intellectual"??

its not about kurosawa or some other banzai guy.

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Post by Misra » Sun Jan 07, 2018 4:00 pm

chetak wrote:
Sun Jan 07, 2018 2:56 pm

The question remains.

is javed an "intellectual”??
as far as i am concerned that is a false dilemma: being an ‘intellectual’ is neither a personal aspiration nor a personal yardstick of greatness

i do come away unimpressed whenever i hear him speak

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Post by chetak » Sun Jan 07, 2018 4:27 pm

Misra wrote:
Sun Jan 07, 2018 4:00 pm
chetak wrote:
Sun Jan 07, 2018 2:56 pm

The question remains.

is javed an "intellectual”??
as far as i am concerned that is a false dilemma: being an ‘intellectual’ is neither a personal aspiration nor a personal yardstick of greatness

i do come away unimpressed whenever i hear him speak
blasphemy!!

the man is a self-proclaimed, self-appointed, self-publicized "intellectual" and a legend in his own fundamental islamic mind.

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Post by ricky » Sun Jan 07, 2018 5:50 pm

chetak wrote:
Sun Jan 07, 2018 2:56 pm
the man is a self-proclaimed, self-appointed, self-publicized "intellectual" and a legend in his own fundamental islamic mind.
Sir, any person proclaiming himself as an intellectual is always suspect of having enough understanding to barely function in society. Going on a tangent, social sciences offer no parameter to judge intellectual capacity unlike the physical sciences where cold facts and peer reviews back up any claim. Indian social science stream is lower even here compared to the others, with nary a propaganda tool development for either nationalistic consumption or for psy-ops amongst the fringe elements population of others.
The only local systems that we have are of a vague notion of Nehruvianism that is fluid in its description and can vary from person to person, and Gandhianism which is not followed to the hilt or else someone would have created the theoretical Wardha model. The fact that it does not exist speaks volumes about the state of our social sciences, where the nascent idea of the "Father of the nation" finds no backers and the theory remains untested. That should ideally have been the function of the social science stream, tailoring ideas to fit the Indian narrative based on rural values/ideas, but I suppose that is not "kosher" for our intellectuals.
The only job that our intellectuals are capable of doing are reactive in nature based on tenets and understanding that are made for other nations of people. Hindutva, return awards, cow protection, eat beef, hindu festivals, openly mock and subvert+promote other religions. Where are they setting the narrative in any case? Hence they are quick to quote Marx, Mao,Trotsky et all, while someone like R.M Lohia are ignored. That is the difference between our lefties and the other lefties. The western lefties are dynamic, they have a particular understanding of the world and they move proverbial boulders to achieve solutions that they have decided are good for the world. Hence, you have 58 genders on offer, people having hex with any identity, orgies being the modern clubs, males being necessary only for sperm, african Nordic gods (may even give way to representation of our own godly pantheon), and the list is endless actually. This breaks family- the basic unit of any society, and soon we may face society that is remarkedly removed from not only our upbringing mores, but different from the entire human history.
In this battle, our mass media peddlers have decided where they want to be: as foot soldiers and followers of narrative set elsewhere, which is not surprising considering they already take their lead from setups far removed from our ground zero and just tailor it to the hoi-polloi here, which case in point was for the makers of sholay. Any civilization that does not think for itself hollows its soul and the only thing left will be the husk, with people being animated by laws of a distant society.

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Re: Indian Movies Thread

Post by chetak » Sun Jan 07, 2018 5:59 pm

ricky wrote:
Sun Jan 07, 2018 5:50 pm
chetak wrote:
Sun Jan 07, 2018 2:56 pm
the man is a self-proclaimed, self-appointed, self-publicized "intellectual" and a legend in his own fundamental islamic mind.
Sir, any person proclaiming himself as an intellectual is always suspect of having enough understanding to barely function in society. Going on a tangent, social sciences offer no parameter to judge intellectual capacity unlike the physical sciences where cold facts and peer reviews back up any claim. Indian social science stream is lower even here compared to the others, with nary a propaganda tool development for either nationalistic consumption or for psy-ops amongst the fringe elements population of others.
<snip>
Good show, saar. I agree.

I like the way you write. 8-)

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Re: Indian Movies Thread

Post by ricky » Sun Jan 07, 2018 6:09 pm

chetak wrote:
Sun Jan 07, 2018 5:59 pm

Good show, saar. I agree.

I like the way you write. 8-)
Much appreciated sir :)

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Re: Indian Movies Thread

Post by rsingh » Mon Jan 08, 2018 6:19 pm

chetak wrote:
Sun Jan 07, 2018 2:56 pm
Misra wrote:
Sun Jan 07, 2018 12:46 pm
^^ ‘the magnificent seven’ itself was based on kurosawa’s ‘seven samurai’. ‘a fistful of dollars’—the first in the ‘dollars trilogy’ of which ‘the good, the bad and the ugly’ and ‘for a few dollars more’ were the other two—was again based on kurosawa’s ‘yojimbo’
The question remains.

is javed an "intellectual"??

its not about kurosawa or some other banzai guy.
Intellectual:
a very educated person whose interests are studying and other activities that involve careful thinking and mental effort:
Or
An intellectual is a person who engages in critical thinking, research, and reflection about society and proposes solutions for its normative problems.
And
a person who places a high value on or pursues things of interest to the intellect or the more complex forms and fields of knowledge, as aesthetic or philosophical matters, especially on an abstract and general level.
plus
an extremely rational person; a person who relies on intellect rather than on emotions or feelings.

So you see. My intellectual is a your's pseudo intellectual and dumb a*****e for somebody else. Subramanyam swami is an intellectual most of the time. But when he starts with his illogical pursuit of one particular person again and again.......he just makes fool of himself. Same with lefties and other big-bindi intellectuals. If you listen to an left intellectual (my FIL is one,wrote 17 books) you feel that they are genuinely concerned with problems of common man. But when we talk about the good job done by nationalists or right wing parties, they are as bad as uneducated Haryanvi gunda.
So my take is that intellectualism is not a permanent characteristics, it is relative. Example: I am in Q for pizza order in Jaipur (yes there was a line for that). Three quite descent bhadrapurush came after me but managed to put themselves front of me (discussing India's macroeconomics among themselves). These people were highly educated and had in-depth knowledge of the subject. But they had no concerns about my rights.
I think we have to enjoy and appreciate intellectual moment of somebody and ignore not so famous moments............we are human being after all. I enjoy Rabindra Shongeet and at the moment I forget that he was a cheater as well. JMT

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Post by Supratik » Thu Jan 18, 2018 12:17 pm

SC has stayed Padmvati now Padmavaat ban. Hopefully now people will be able to see it.

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Post by Vyoman @saikanomie » Fri Jan 19, 2018 5:50 am

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aruvi

interesting movie, and wonderful performances by all new ordinary people who have clue about acting. that makes the movie special.

the heroine has done a fantastic job, and basically crucifies Indic society about ways of living.

AVAILABLE IN CLOSED CAPTION. Dont miss to see it. The plot is nothing complex for you to need to know language

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Post by Indrad » Sun Jan 21, 2018 10:12 pm

http://www.republicworld.com/s/19978/se ... ust-2-days
Amir Khan's superstar crosses Rs 100 Cr in just 2 days in China.

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