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Old 21st February 2010, 22:05   #676
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The movie you are talking about is Agyaat and it sucked big time. Jungle was loosely inspired by Veerappan.

Regd, Moser Baer, I dont think I have a choice for "Ho Sakta Hai". :(
DVD should be ok. I watched it on a VCD and the quality was quite decent.

Ref to Agyaat, I haven't seen it yet, however Jungle had some brutal moments. The guys who played dacoits acted really well, especially the short one. He was pure evil yet humorous at the same time.

Kaal was a promising movie but ended up being too commercial with some lousy acting. The landsacpe of Corbett and the tigers were the high points in that movie for me.
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That is Kaal, not jungle.

Jungle starred Fardeen Khan & Sunil Shetty.
Whew. This is what comes to you if you watch too many movies. I have always been bad in recalling movie names
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Saw MNIK on Saturday.

Brilliant Performances by all, it was refreshing to see Kajol back, even smaller roles played by Zarina Wahab & Tanay Chheda were spot on.

Res is same as other have mentioned the Hurricane part was over the top but I guess they have to show something of this sort to justify a US president meeting him.

4/5

p.s. can anybody tell the other movie in which the actress who played Jimmy shegill's wife in this movie was there?

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Saw MNIK on Saturday.

p.s. can anybody tell the other movie in which the actress who played Jimmy shegill's wife in this movie was there?
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Thanks Dude, now I know who she is, she was in news too recently for her work permit issues.

Surprisingly I haven't seen her earlier films yet her faced looked very familiar while watching the movie.
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Going to watch Karthik Calling Karthik this weekend !! The music is brilliant and Farhan / Deepika combo looks good.
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Going to watch Karthik Calling Karthik this weekend !! The music is brilliant and Farhan / Deepika combo looks good.
From the promos it looks like being one of the rare breed in Bollywood, a psychological thriller.
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Anyone saw Teen Patti? I think its similar to 21? Apna Teen Patti replaces Blackjack.
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I am eagerly waiting for Abhay Deol's "Road, Movie"
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I am eagerly looking forward to these two movies
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Anyone saw Teen Patti? I think its similar to 21? Apna Teen Patti replaces Blackjack.
Its a carbon copy of 21 if i may say so.
Thats why am not gonna watch teen patti.
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Ref to Agyaat, I haven't seen it yet, however Jungle had some brutal moments. The guys who played dacoits acted really well, especially the short one. He was pure evil yet humorous at the same time.

I watched Agyaat. Stupid foolish movie.
Some parts are ok though. But it has a very scary ending.
Just before it ends, a message flashes.
Coming Soon, Agyaat 2.

I am not joking, scared the hell out of me.
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I watched Agyaat. Stupid foolish movie.
Some parts are ok though. But it has a very scary ending.
Just before it ends, a message flashes.
Coming Soon, Agyaat 2.

I am not joking, scared the hell out of me.
Hahahahaha!
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Teen Patti

This one belongs to what I call the "Watch the ceiling fan instead" category. Its PATHETIC. Extremely poor and amateurish direction, very poor performances and even worse dubbing.

Boman Irani does the dubbing for Ben Kinsley. Now, Boman is such a known voice that its hard to put a different face to it. Add to this, it was very badly done. I am guessing there is an English version of the movie too.

Rating: 1 star for the only positive point in the movie -- An extremely hot item number.
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Teen Patti

Boman Irani does the dubbing for Ben Kinsley. Now, Boman is such a known voice that its hard to put a different face to it. Add to this, it was very badly done. I am guessing there is an English version of the movie too.

Rating: 1 star for the only positive point in the movie -- An extremely hot item number.
Yes the english version is '21'.
Thanks for confirming my doubts about this movie
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