Akshay Kumar – Thoughts before Republic Day 2017
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Here I am standing up AGAIN for something I truly believe in because THEIR well-being MATTERS to ME! I’d love to know if it does to YOU as well? Akshay Kumar, himself a son of a former member of the Armed Forces, has immense respect for our soldiers. The actor had earlier called them the ‘real’ heroes, saying he was only a ‘reel hero.’ Ahead of our 68th Republic Day on january 26, Akshay had a special message for netizens....

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Raees movie review: Narcos squeezed into 3 hours, but no high moment in this Shah Rukh film
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Raees Director: Rahul Dholakia Cast: Shah Rukh Khan, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Mahira Khan, Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub Rating: 2/5 A boy with humble beginnings sets up an empire by smuggling contraband. All he has going for him are his wits and insatiable ambition. He has a loyal sidekick, a brother, almost. As he grows powerful, he makes rivals. He wants to head a “syndicate” of other more-despicable smugglers. He bribes, kills, goes to jail, turns benevolent towards locals, and decides to run...

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Raees: Daring identity politics help a complicated portrayal
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Quite like Big B’s Vijay, Shah Rukh Khan’s Raees is anti-establishment, an outlaw and also a Robin Hood figure. On the big screen, Vijay Pal Singh (Amitabh Bachchan) is hauling up Seth Dhanraj Puri (Prem Chopra) for putting profiteering above the safety of his miners. An equivalent of this popular scene from Yash Chopra’s Kala Patthar (1979) is playing out simultaneously in a car at a drive-in theatre with don Raees (Shah Rukh Khan) ordering a mill owner to give...

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Raees movie review: Career best for SRK and a commercial entertainer (in a good way)
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On my way to the press screening for Raees, I happened to cross the Paradise theatre, an old single screen in the suburb of Mahim. Next to its dusty facade was strung up a poster of the film, Shah Rukh Khan’s face looming large over much of it, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, backed up by several other cops, smaller figures in the background. The preview that had been organised for the press couldn’t have been held at a more different venue than...

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