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Saturday, January 17, 2009

Chandni Chowk To China (January 16, 2009) - My Review

Just back home after watching CC2C... My verdict??... read on...

From the hustle-bustle of Chandni Chowk to the hutongs of Beijing, the electric energy of Shanghai and sheer breathtaking Chinese landscapes, Chandni Chowk To China chronicles the lunatic adventures of a hapless simpleton cook from Delhi. As he goes to seek his destiny, he finds himself thrown into a crazy world of megalomaniac villains, female fatales, crazy inventors, Chinese mysticism and outlandish kung-fu assassins!

With a synopsis like this, one really expects a fantastic film. The trailers were super...but alas it was quite a @@@###@#@# of a movie running for almost 2 hours and 45 minutes .

What went wrong, when actually it was supposed to be an action cum comedy film?? My view is that the timing of the release of the movie was not justified. Just when Ghajini is making waves across the Globe, Rab ne.. with Shah Rukh Khan still in Cinemas, Dostana being a super comedy, Slumdog Millionaire, being highly acclaimed with awards. CC2C is not so funny neither emotional ..probably had it been released earlier(DIWALI 2008) it could have made some difference.

Akshay Kumar,
After digesting his antics in Welcome and Singh is Kinng, the audiences are already overfed. And he goes about doing the same in ‘Chandni Chowk To China’. He does make you laugh at times, but the humour doesn’t have the explosive effect that you expect from Akki.

Final Verdict:- I would be rather playing Pool on line...


Friday, January 16, 2009

Chandni Chowk To China (2009) - STARTS TONIGHT AT TGV CAPSQUARE.

From left to right, actress Deepika Padukone, Warner Bros. President Alan, Horn, and actor Akshay Kumar arrive at a screening of the feature film "Chandni Chowk To China' at Warner Bros. studios in Burbank, Calif. on Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2009. (AP Photo)

Chandni Chowk To China (2009) - STARTS TONIGHT AT TGV CAPSQUARE.


Wednesday, January 14, 2009

JAMIE FOXX - Intuition

Grammy nominated, Academy Award winner Jamie Foxx returns with his 2008 album Intuition. As a follow up to his platinum selling, J Records debut album Unpredictable, this album is sure to please with writing and production by The Dream, Timbaland, Sean Garrett, Tricky, Salaam Remi and Marsha Ambrosia. The first single, 'Just Like Me' features rapper T.I.

MICHAEL LEARNS TO ROCK - LATEST ALBUM 2009


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Tuesday, January 13, 2009

BEST SELLERS - MALAY MOVIES & CDS

  1. CINTA U TURN
  2. I AM SINGLE
  3. APA KATA HATI
  4. CONGKAK
  5. DUYUNG
  6. SEPET
  7. PUTERI GUNUNG LEDANG
  8. CINTA
  9. KL DRIFT
  10. AYAT AYAT CINTA

LATEST ALBUM OF DATO SITI NURHALIZA.....LAGU LAGU TRADISI

COMING SOON ON DVD

KAMI - THE MOVIE

BEST SELLERS - ENGLISH CDS

  1. MAMMA MIA
  2. HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL 3
  3. TWILIGHT
  4. DAVID ARCHULETA
  5. DAVID COOK
  6. AKON - FREEDOM
  7. CELINE DION - 3 CD BOX SET
  8. JAY SEAN
  9. PINK - FUNHOUSE
  10. VIVA LA VIDA
  11. BRITNEY SPEARS - CIRCUS
  12. JASON MARZ - WE SING , WE DANCE ...
  13. IL DIVO - THE PROMISE
  14. LEONA LEWIS - SPIRIT
  15. LINKING PARK - LATEST HITS ....

AND MANY MANY MORE.......................

BEST SELLERS HINDI OST JANUARY 2009

  1. RAB NE BANA DI JODI
  2. DOSTANA
  3. GHAJINI
  4. OYE LUCKY - LUCKY OYE
  5. FASHION
  6. RAAZ - PART 2 ,
  7. CHANDNI CHOWK TO CHINA
  8. MERA PIND
  9. SAT SRI AKAL
  10. YUVARAAJ
  11. JAANE TU YA JAANE NAA
  12. HEROES

COMING NEXT ... THE FOLLOWING NEW SOUNDTRACKS

  1. SLUMDOG MILLIONARE
  2. DEV D
  3. SORRY BHAI
  4. DIL KABBADI
  5. DASVIDANIYA
  6. BILLO BABBAR

DEV D - MUSIC CD COMING SOON


Amit Trivedi, who has earlier composed for Aamir gets his biggest break till date as he is allowed full creative freedom sans any boundaries for his original soundtrack of Dev D. The man certainly makes full use of the opportunity meted out to him and goes all out in getting a totally unexpected score for the film in place. He tries out just about everything, whether it is rock, 'bhangra', fusion, classical and the works. He goes overboard too at a few junctions, justifiably so, since the film allows him to explore the avenues hitherto unexplored in hardcore Bollywood outings.

Amit Trivedi gives an excellent start to the year by presenting to audience the music of Dev D, which brings in so much variety to proceedings that one just feels truly content. These are the kind of songs that should play for bits and piece in the narrative of Dev D and add great value to it. There are some albums that make you say - 'Chuck the very thought around whether this album will do well commercially or not; it is an exemplary piece of work and that's what that matters most'! Well, Dev D is one such album. Just pick this one quickly from the shelves; they don't make such albums in dozens!