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Raja Natwarlal (2014) Movie Review | 25 Critic Reviews | Emraan Hashmi, Humaima Malik

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cast:

Emraan Hashmi, Humaima Malick, Paresh Rawal, Kay Kay Menon, Deepak Tijori

direction:

Raja Natwarlal (2014) PosterKunal Deshmukh
story:

Parveez Shaikh

screenplay:

Parveez Shaikh

dialogue:

cinematography:

Raaj Chakravarti

music:

Yuvan Shankar Raja

produced by:

Siddharth Roy Kapur

language:

weird aggregate rating 4.4/10Hindi

genre:

Comedy, Drama, Thriller

release date:

29-August-2014
run time:
141 Minutes


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Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)
  •  Bollywood Hungama -Taran Adarsh Rating-6
There have been many films in Bollywood, which have followed the 'Robin Hood' format in stories. At the same time, the silver screen has been a testimony to many films which have actually 'con-tested' the elections as far as conning is concerned. Films like DHOOM series, SPECIAL 26,

  •  Masala.com -Lokesh Dharmani Rating-4
Yesterday, Emraan Hashmi told me that there are about seven kissing scenes in Raja Natwarlal. Now that I have got your attention, let me break it to you, all of them are omitted for the UAE release. What’s left then in the film, you ask? Well, there’s Humaima Malick’s midriff, Paresh Rawal’s

  •  Mid Day -Shubha Shetty Saha Rating-5
The con man has to be always ten steps ahead of his victim, says the lead character of this film, Raja Natwarlal, to himself and his cronies again and again. Wish director Kunal Deshmukh had taken this advice seriously while choosing this script (story and screenplay written by Parvez Shaikh).

  •  Deccan Chronicle -Kusumita Das Rating-5
'Raja Natwarlal' is just what diehard fans of Emraan Hashmi were waiting for after the “serial kisser” took an offbeat turn in his last two films, running after daayans and losing his memory. In this film he is back to being the street-smart hero, who in this case is a small-time conman named Raja.

  •  Koimoi -Mohar Basu Rating-2
The pros of this genre is there is only room for the intelligent and the inventive. The rest might try to hard to fit in but the genre defies them. The script with the film is plagued with loopy writing. It’s an ordinary script that divulges almost nothing to the audiences.

  •  ABP News -Mayank Shekar Rating-4
This is a con caper veering towards being a bright one at that rather than a complete bore—even if it’s poorly paced. This is also a film that stars Emraan Hashmi—undoubtedly India’s least likely sex-pot, with a core, male fan-base that adores him because he kisses more convincingly

  •  Mumbai Mirror -Rahul Desai Rating-5
Con films are, by birth and concept, designed to stretch the limits of reality in a flawed environment. Style is invariably used over substance to hide real-world implications; it is futile to find plot loopholes when the genre is an audacious sleight-of-hand loophole. In this sense alone,

  •  Book My Show -Juhi Matta Rating-5
We’re all familiar with the story (or shall we say, legend) of Mithilesh Kumar Srivastava. Better known as Natwarlal, the con-man repeatedly "sold" the Taj Mahal, the Red Fort and the Rashtrapati Bhavan. But that’s in the past. Now, Raja Natwarlal shows us the making of the modern-day Natwarlal.

  •  Hindustan Times -Sweta Kaushal Rating-4
Kunal Deshmukh's latest directorial venture is a fun affair with a decent plot and some worthwhile performances. Raja Natwarlal has all the features of a film that works at our box offices -- it has emotions, drama, a street-smart hero and comedy.

  •  Moviez Adda -Divya Solgama Rating-6
Con-drama has been one of the most interesting genre in our modern Hindi cinema. Though we did witness many films in the retro era where this angle was used as, one of the pivotal tracks in the film. Films like Shaan, Mr. Natwarlal, Shalimar, Katilon Ke Katil, Baap Numbri Beta

  •  Rediff -Raja Sen Rating-5
A good con should appear far simpler than it is.Which is why when a man holds up three playing cards, out of which one is a picture of Deepika Padukone and two feature perennial mother Nirupa Roy, picking out the pretty one seems easy.It isn’t, as customers hoodwinked

  •  Indian Express -Shubhra Gupta Rating-3
A caper flick necessarily has to do a couple of things: it has to have some surprises, and it has to be fun. On neither of these counts ‘Raja Natwarlal’ comes up trumps.This is a film that telegraphs its punches right from scene one – you know exactly how the con is being played out,

  •  NDTV -Saibal Chatterjee Rating-4
An overreaching conman bites off more than he can chew, digs a mammoth hole for himself in the bargain, and then is forced to spend an excessive amount of time looking for ways out of the mess. That, in a nutshell, is the storyline of Raja Natwarlal.Sounds utterly hackneyed?

  •  Sify -Sonia Chopra Rating-5
The street-smart stubbly villain, the beautiful yet inconsequential heroine, the don-type antagonist, story set in Cape Town, backdrop of cricket, and some sly con games. Raja Natwarlal is a formula film lifting from its own formula which was Jannat. Director Kunal Deshmukh teams up

  •  India Today -Faheem Ruhani Rating-2
In the last few years Emraan Hashmi has established himself as an actor of repute with his performances even when his last two films didn't exactly set the cash registers ringing. But naturally, there are expectations from Raja Natwarlal that hits theatres today. Unfortunately for Emraan,

  •  DNA -Sarita Tanwar Rating-5
Raja Natwarlal was touted as a crime-comedy film. Makers are now mixing genres in order to attract different audiences, but the result is often disastrous. There was no comedy at all and crime is not what it should be. Raja (Emraan Hashmi) pulls small time cons with his

  •  Zee News -Ritika Handoo Rating-5
What do you expect from an Emraan Hashmi flick - strings of kisses followed by several passionate moments encapsulated on screen? Well, this one is different. Emraan Hashmi's avatar as a con man 'Mithilesh Kumar' will startle you but at the same time entice you. The actor has indeed

  •  CNN-IBN -Rajeev Masand Rating-4
I can think of a few things one could do to bide 2 hours and 20 minutes. Like catch reruns of Modern Family on television, speed-read the new Chetan Bhagat bestseller so you don't feel left out during water-cooler conversations at work, perhaps conquer a few levels of Candy Crush

  •  Times of India -Srijana Mitra Das Rating-7
Raja Natwarlal is a golden-hearted con for it leaves you smiling at its tricks, despite obvious flaws. Raja (Emraan) and partner Raghav (Deepak) pull off small confidence tricks in an appealing Mumbai of clattering trains, fragrant Iranis and gleaming dance bars. Raja loves dancer Zia

  •  Hindustan Times -Anupama Chopra Rating-5
A murderous, cricket-obsessed tycoon from Cape Town is conned into buying a cricket team that doesn’t exist. Raja Natwarlal is the story of that con.As I watched, I wondered how Varda Yadav (played by a tiresomely predictable Kay Kay Menon) became, as we are told, arbo ka maalik.

  •  India Today -Rohit Khilnani Rating-4
Raja Natwarlal is the story of a small time conman called Raja (Emraan Hashmi) who is nothing more than a street-smart tapori.The filmmaker made sure he does almost everything that Hashmi's fans love. Serial kisser is kissing his leading lady so you see him doing what he does best.

  •  Glamsham -Martin D'Souza Rating-2
This one is a con story alright, but the con is on the viewer! Raja (Emraan Hashmi) and Raghav (Deepak Tijori) live off conning people. We understand that Raghav had taken care of Raja, who was living on the streets as a kid, and the two have been partners ever since.

  •  Yahoo Movies -Rummana Ahmed Rating-5
‘Raja Natwarlal’ had the potential to become a good con film, albeit with a completely borrowed premise from several Hollywood films, particularly from ‘Oceans Eleven’. Our director, Kunal Deshmukh, however, finds the need to play to the gallery, interspersing the narrative

  •  Indiaglitz -Vishal Verma Rating-4
Kunal Deshmukh as the director is steady in the first half though there’s a feeling of déjà vu from his previous films Kunal manages to maintain the interest in the first half even though he is handicapped by an uninspiring script.Emraan Hashmi is completely arresting right from

  •  Now Running -Noyon Jyoti Parasara Rating-5
Mithilesh Kumar Srivastav a.k.a Natwarlal is by far one of the most interesting personalities that has probably lived in India. A person who could sell of the Taj Mahal and the Parliament could have not been an ordinary guy! While not making a biopic, Kunal Deshmukh pays his own tribute to

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Ratings Breakdown-

Rating scale - Out of 10
Weird Aggregate Rating(WAR) - 4.4/10 (25 reviews)
Male critics  - 4.2 (13)
Female critics - 4.6 (12)
Highest Rating - 7.0 (1)
Least Rating - 2.0 (3)
Most Given Rating - 5.0 (11)

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4.4/10 rating from
Reviews: 25.

Power (2014) Kannada Movie Review | 4 Critic Reviews | Puneeth Rajkumar, Trisha Krishnan

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cast:

Puneeth Rajkumar, Trisha Krishnan, Prabhu Ganesan, Rangayana Raghu, Sadhu Kokila, Shashi Kumar, Shobraj, Kelly Dorji

Power (2014) Kannada Movie Posterdirection:

K Madesh
story:

Gopimohan

screenplay:

K Madesh

dialogue:

cinematography:

G. G. Krishna Kumar

music:

S Thaman

produced by:

Ram Achanta, Gopichand Achanta, Anil Sunkara

language:

weird aggregate rating 5.5/10Kannada

genre:

Action, Comedy, Drama

release date:

29-August-2014
run time:
160 Minutes


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Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)
  •  Filmi Beat -Bharat Bhat Rating-7
Power*** got released in 275 screens across the state on 28th August. The movie starring Powerstar Puneet Rajkumar and Tamil actress Trisha is the remake of Telugu Blockbuster Dookudu. The movie directed by K Madesh is the Kannada debut of Trisha. The movie has been produced by

  •  Deccan Herald -S Vishwanath Rating-4
The latest being Power***, a xerox of 2011 Mahesh Babu-starrer Telugu film Dookudu. Faithful to the original, director K Madesh packs it with all ingredients to whip up a heady outing at theatres. Giving full play, Power Star Puneeth Rajkumar, in keeping with his movie moniker,

  •  Cine Sinchana -Raju Shanbhag Rating-4
Power***, the official remake of Telugu film Dookudu, dutifully follows each and every frame of the original and manages to look as confusing and as scattered as the original. Logic flies out of the window at the very first punch of power star and then, it’s time to leave your brain

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    5.5/10 rating from
    Reviews: 4.

    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014) Movie Review | 3 Critic Reviews | Megan Fox, Alan Ritchson, Jeremy Howard

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    cast:

    Megan Fox, Alan Ritchson, Jeremy Howard, Pete Ploszek, Noel Fisher, Will Arnett, Danny Woodburn, William Fichtner, Johnny Knoxville, Tony Shalhoub

    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014) Posterdirection:

    Jonathan Liebesman

    story:

    Peter Laird, Kevin Eastman

    screenplay:

    Josh Appelbaum, André Nemec, Evan Daugherty

    dialogue:

    cinematography:

    Lula Carvalho

    music:

    Brian Tyler

    produced by:

    Michael Bay, Ian Bryce, Andrew Form, Bradley Fuller, Scott Mednick, Galen Walker

    language:

    weird aggregate rating 5.6/10English

    genre:

    Action, Adventure, Comedy, Sci-Fi

    release date:

    29-August-2014 (India)
    run time:
    101 minutes


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    Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)
    •  Times of India -Reagan Gavin Rasquinha Rating-6
    April O'Neil (Fox, in fine form and shape) is a journalist with a TV channel who is frustrated with the fluff (or 'froth', as her somewhat lecherous cameraman played by Arnett, calls it) stories she covers. She wants to get her teeth into a real story and that falls into her lap one day when she

    •  Book My Show -Navin Noronha Rating-6
    Director Jonathan Liebesman’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is an enjoyable film, and works as an ode to the legacy of the Turtles at best. Equal parts intense and funny, this film has some brilliant action sequences but a plot borrowed from several other superhero movies,

    •  Indian Express -Shalini Langer Rating-5
    Super-rich men who have had accidents in super-secret labs and now live in super-size castles in super-solitude are rarely up to any good. But at least Megan Fox’s April can be forgiven for reaching out. She may know her chemicals, and their link to nuclear reactions,

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    5.6/10 rating from
    Reviews: 3.

    Step Up All In (2014) Movie Review | 3 Critic Reviews | Ryan Guzman, Briana Evigan

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    cast:

    Ryan Guzman, Briana Evigan, Misha Gabriel, Adam Sevani, Alyson Stoner, Mari Koda, Christopher Scott, Luis Rosado

    Step Up All In (2014) Posterdirection:

    Trish Sie

    story:

    Duane Adler

    screenplay:

    John Swetnam

    dialogue:

    cinematography:

    Brian Pearson

    music:

    Jeff Cardoni

    produced by:

    Jennifer Gibgot, Adam Shankman

    language:

    English

    weird aggregate rating 5.6/10genre:

    Dance, Music, Romance

    release date:

    29-August-2014 (India)
    run time:
    112 minutes


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    Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)
    •  Times of India -Reagan Gavin Rasquinha Rating-6
    First, the good. To be fair, the film's strongest suit is the stellar dance and choreography that you will be treated with, should you decide to go see it. Apart from that, the elaborate sets where all the foot-tapping and hip-swaying takes place also look pretty slick with some fancy camera

    •  Book My Show -Tanaya Ramyani Rating-6
    Let’s face it. There is nothing outside-the-box with the Step Up series. They always have the usual underdog dance crew facing some sort of challenge, which eventually turns out to be the winner. But, do we really care about the plot here? Step Up All In, directed by choreographer

    •  Deccan Chronicle -Lakshmi Javeri Rating-5
    The story really is like some kind of duct-tape that holds together magnificent sequences of synchronised dancing and jaw dropping movements that not only defy gravity but also challenge one’s notion of how the human body bends. So with your focus firmly on the dance spectacle,
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      5.6/10 rating from
      Reviews: 3.

      The November Man (2014) Movie Review | 4 Critic Reviews | Pierce Brosnan, Luke Bracey, Olga Kurylenko

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      cast:

      Pierce Brosnan, Luke Bracey, Olga Kurylenko, Eliza Taylor, Caterina Scorsone, Bill Smitrovich, Will Patton

      direction:

      The November Man (2014) Hollywood Movie PosterRoger Donaldson

      story:

      Bill Granger (Book: "There Are No Spies")

      screenplay:

      Michael Finch, Karl Gajdusek

      dialogue:

      cinematography:

      Romain Lacourbas

      music:

      Marco Beltrami

      produced by:

      Beau St. Clair, Sriram Das

      language:

      English

      genre:

      weird aggregate rating 4.7/10Action, Crime, Thriller

      release date:

      29-August-2014 (India)
      run time:
      108 minutes


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      Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)
      •  Times of India -Reagan Gavin Rasquinha Rating-6
      Peter Devereaux (Brosnan) is the cool-headed but hardened CIA killer and a veteran of many international espionage missions while his protege David Mason (Bracey) is impulsive and has an easy trigger finger. The flashback opening shows Mason botch a mission that he and

      •  Book My Show -Aubrey D'Souza Rating-5
      There are actors who are known for their work as a particular character. Certain stories work best when they take the reins. It might be weird, but The November Man tries to take advantage of just that. A movie about guns, violence, spycraft, the evil that men do and bullets.

      •  Deccan Chronicle -Lakshmi Javeri Rating-4
      There couldn’t have been a greater allusion to the Bond franchise than the recently released The November Man. For starters, a former Bond (Brosnan in GoldenEye, Tomorrow Never Dies and The World is Not Enough) plays an ex-CIA agent who comes back into the spy arena to protect

      •  Indian Express -Shalini Langer Rating-4
      And there you thought it was going all nice and simple with a brutal — what else? — Russian general-turned-politician with a rough taste — what else? — in the ladies. There was Langley, but no nuclear bombs and no threats to the world. There was the CIA agent who asked few questions

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      4.7/10 rating from
      Reviews: 4.

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