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(3079) 7.5 143 min 2019

Sonchiriya is a movie starring Sushant Singh Rajput, Bhumi Pednekar, and Manoj Bajpayee. Set in the Chambal valley, the film follows the story of a legion of dreaded, warring dacoits who once terrorized the Indian heartlands.

Manoj Bajpayee, Sushant Singh Rajput, Bhumi Pednekar, Ranvir Shorey
Drama, Action, Crime
Abhishek Chaubey

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Action, Crime
Director Abhishek Chaubey
Writer Sudip Sharma, Sudip Sharma, Abhishek Chaubey
Stars Manoj Bajpayee, Sushant Singh Rajput, Bhumi Pednekar, Ranvir Shorey
Country India
Runtime 2H 23M
Description This is the story of a group of rebels in Chambal. The year is 1975. The Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi, has declared Emergency in the country. Man Singh (Manoj Bajpayee) meanwhile leads a gang in Chambal, a region that more or less is lawless. Vakil Singh (Ranvir Shorey) and Lakhna (Sushant Singh Rajput) are important members of this gang. Man Singh is in need of money to procure new arms. Based on a tip from Lacchu (Jaspal Sharma), he and his men descend to Brahmpuri village. A marriage is taking place in this hamlet where the groom is about to get a huge amount of gold and cash. Man Singh and his gang reaches the marriage venue in order to loot this wealth. However, the cops, led by Virender Gujjar (Ashutosh Rana) ambush the gang. In the tough fight, Man Singh and half of the gang get killed. Vakil, Lakhna and others escape. Vakil, now the leader of the gang, accuses Lakhna of betraying them and calling the cops. Lakhna is fed up of being a rebel and wants to surrender. Meanwhile, as they are running from the cops, they bump into Indumati Tomar (Bhumi Pednekar). She's accompanied by her sister Sonchiriya (Khushiya) who has been brutally raped. Sonchiriya needs to be taken to the hospital urgently and she asks for Vakil's help. The gang agrees. They halt to seek blessings of their goddess at a temple where Indu's husband and other family members arrive. She is accused of killing her father-in-law and they ask the gang to hand over Indu and Sonchiriya. Vakil agrees but Lakhna realizes it's not just and hence revolts. What happens next forms the rest of the film.

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Thursday, 22 Oct 2020 14:20

Mankin (Sanjay Dutt) is an honest but skilled engineer and a government official. The Keralite's work force is constantly under threat from the army who are under the command of the oppressive local king. Despite the fact that he is not an officer, he is even tolerated. Mankin wants to get out of the country and he arranges for the military to kidnap his girlfriend from their camp. A few days later, the military decides to sell her to a brothel in the city. Mankin, who has to go to the brothel to pay for his girlfriend, finds the brothel and the military has raided the brothel and took the girl. He has to keep up with the rescue mission and keep up with the mob of soldiers. The movie was good, but not great. It was shot on location in Kerala and was shot in a way that the characters could be more visually distinct. The background of the movie was beautifully photographed. I would have preferred the movie if it was shot on location in Bollywood. I thought the acting was good, but the story was not. The movie is made for the Hindi-speaking audience. The movie has many action scenes. However, the movie is not so much about action. The movie is an emotional roller coaster of the emotions of the characters. I would have preferred the movie if it was shot in Bollywood, but the movie was shot in Kerala. It was an emotional roller coaster for me. It has been made to appeal to the Hindi-speaking audience, but not for the movie-going audience. It has been made to appeal to the Hindi-speaking audience. The movie was not good. If it was not shot in Kerala, it would have been better.
Monday, 28 Sep 2020 18:41

I was looking forward to this film because of the reviews, and the fact that it was based on a Tamil literary work. The only thing I have to say that makes me like it is that it was more than a predictable 'sword & sandal' melodrama. This is a film which is not so much about a simple tale of 'white man's sorrow' but rather a film which delves into the various facets of the 'white man's pain' that we all feel at one point or another. The plot follows the fortunes of two brothers. Rajesh and Anil, who both belong to a caste, and have different backgrounds. When their fathers are killed by the authorities, the brothers have to struggle to stay together and pursue their ambition of becoming princes. Rajesh, a skilled swordsman, is coerced into a false marriage, which comes to light when he gets involved in a false encounter and has to flee. Anil, a skilled musician, is forced into a marriage that he doesn't want to get involved in, and ends up working as a security guard for a jewellery factory. The story also features a subplot involving a little girl who is too young to be in the palace, and who is taken to live with Rajesh's father, who is a thief. This scene, where the elder brother has to keep the girl away from Rajesh, is very compelling. The performance of the two brothers is outstanding. Rajesh's performance is absolutely outstanding. His presence alone makes the film very captivating. He makes the film much more appealing, and the fact that he doesn't talk too much also helps in the process. The only other actor who is a memorable character is the younger brother, who also gives a great performance. The same can be said about Anil, who is terrific. I felt that the other performances were all good. My only gripe with the film is that the way in which the story is told. When I see the film, I am looking for something like 'The Godfather', but I cannot find it. The film, in my opinion, is not as impressive as the film 'The Godfather'. Overall, a great film, which is worth a watch.
Monday, 15 Jun 2020 00:39

Arjun Rampal's 'Chupke Tum', is not one of the best films that has been made in the last decade. But that's because the film lacks a more original twist. Chupke Tum, is set in 1950s, where the influence of the Hindi film industry and filmmakers are gradually being removed from India. What does this mean? Well, the film is basically a story of a veteran gangster, who works as a taxi driver. But he is also a gambler, and he is supposed to retire from his profession. But something doesn't quite work out right. The film begins with a simple scene where the gangster gets beaten by a rival gangster. But then the camera cuts to a sequence where Chupke's son and his friends (who are part of the gang) attack a barmaid's shop. The gangster gets beaten up by the gangsters, and he does not give up on his gambling life. But then the gangsters set up a sting operation and get an eye-opener. And the finale where the gangsters return and attack the shop. The film is a simple crime film. And yet the film doesn't feel like a crime film at all. It is quite different. And the director has not done a bad job. He has created a simple film and then has used all the elements of a crime film to make a entertaining film. Chupke Tum is a must watch film. Arjun Rampal's film is entertaining, with a story and a style that many films have tried to copy. Chupke Tum has more character-based scenes, while the second half is a bit slow, but the final scene is great. The film has several themes that are similar to other crime films. It deals with the tradition of Indian gangsters, the decline of Hindi cinema, and the life of a taxi driver. It is well-made and you won't be disappointed. The film is recommended for the fans of crime films.

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