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 · With a laser projector, you can, if you so wish. Laser projectors don’t have a bulb that needs to warm up or cool down and so they’re able to instantly power on and off, making them ready to roll with Rocky or Re-Animator when you are.4/5.

Most Anticipated Indian Movies and Shows. Bhaag Milkha Bhaag If you are patient and could immerse yourself in the plot ,then the movie holds a lot of promise for you.

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This year's Golden Globes may be over, but the photos last forever. See more photos from the show. See what's trending now. A story that revolves around drug abuse in the affluent north Indian State of Punjab and how the youth there have succumbed to it en-masse resulting in a socio-economic decline. An experienced investigator confronts several conflicting theories about the perpetrators of a violent double homicide.

A politically-minded enforcer's misguided trust in his lieutenant leads him to suspect his wife of infidelity in this adaptation of Shakespeare's 'Othello'. The desperate lives of two estranged twin brothers converge over missing drugs, politics, racial prejudice, corrupt cops and an unplanned pregnancy.

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A depressed wealthy businessman finds his life changing after he meets a spunky and care-free young woman. A pregnant woman's search for her missing husband takes her from London to Kolkata, but everyone she questions denies having ever met him.

A Delhi girl from a traditional family sets out on a solo honeymoon after her marriage gets cancelled. A quirky comedy about the relationship between a daughter and her aging father, whose eccentricities drive everyone crazy.

Vishal Bhardwaj's adaptation of William Shakespeare's 'Hamlet', Haider - a young man returns home to Kashmir on receiving news of his father's disappearance. Not only does he learn that security forces have detained his father for harboring militants, but that his mother is in a relationship with his very own uncle.

Intense drama follows between mother and son as both struggle to come to terms with news of his father's death. Soon Haider learns that his uncle is responsible for the gruesome murder, what follows is his journey to avenge his father's death.

The movie Haider, as most of you would be aware of is an adaptation of Shakespeaes' Hamlet. It does help if you have read the original work ,but believe me there is nothing in the movie which you cannot understand if you have not read it. In fact if you have not read it till now,its better because the story would be anew to you. Set in Kashmir it takes the essence of problems faced in Kashmir valley due to insurgency and counterinsurgency measures though it doesn't focus on the problem alone.

In a broad sense this movie is about search of a father by a son and subsequent events which leads him nearer towards revenge. First of all the movie is not everybody's cup of tea. You've to be very patient throughout to get the real pleasure out of it. The film is slow paced so as to draw you into it, just like an old wine. And, like an old wine you are supposed to sip it and not drink it in a hurry. Their performance is indeed flawless in the movie. The relationships are well portrayed ,the agony and trauma well expressed and the hate ,betrayal ,action scenes well-choreographed and scripted especially the action sequence in the last scene.

The only fault I could find in the acting department is that because of the presence of so many good actors though the movie has good runtime still much is left to be desired especially from Irrfan Khan whose performance is too succinct for an actor of his caliber.

As said earlier, the movie is slow paced but the script doesn't fail the plot often. There is hardly anytime where you find yourself napping in the movie. Songs are good especially Arjit Singhs voice again creates magic with 'khul kabhi'.

Cinematography, background score which sometimes sound like Bourne trilogy are also good. Accent training for the actors could have been better as anyone who has visited Kashmir for even a short duration would find only the two Salmaans accent to be genuine.

But then it is a minor fault in a movie a cut above rest. If you are patient and could immerse yourself in the plot ,then the movie holds a lot of promise for you. But wont recommend to those who could not find tickets for another movie or those who want to have party time without application of brain.

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Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. Full Cast and Crew. A young man returns to Kashmir after his father's disappearance to confront his uncle - the man he suspects of playing a role in his father's fate. Most Anticipated Indian Movies and Shows. Real-time popularity on IMDb. The Queen of Jhansi The Surgical Strike 8. Ultra HD Blu-ray — everything you need to know.

On level 1 or 2 our preference , it gets rid of blur and irons out judder in a way that appears natural and unobtrusive. The performance remains high when fed Full HD material. How can you get it? As an owner of the UHZ65, your satisfaction should be long-lived too.

Those short on space will be pleased to know that the UHZ65 is smaller than most high-end projectors we have seen. There are two HDMI inputs, one of which is 2. While it may not be the last word in transparency and outright accuracy for the money, the Optoma UHZ65 raises the profile of the laser projector at this price point. Once again, Optoma confidently offers big-screen thrills. And, thanks to laser technology, those thrills are bound to last. See all our Optoma reviews. Against Not much to look at Class leaders offer greater insight.