Top 10 Movies in 2022-23
- Jayeshbhai Jordaar
Starting with Ranveer Singh, Boman Irani, Ratna Pathak Shah,Shalini Pandey and Jia Vaidya.The movie come with a social Message to its Audience about Girl child.
which is consider Taboo in today society no one want it to have have
it only Preference’s is given baby boy and having girl child is not much
more considerable as a baby boy movie is all about how the lead actor
is Strong infront of his father who is a sarpanch and having the non-feminism
view and a less priority towards the Girl Child. Movie reveal how the people
treat their wife under the stage when they are Pregnant the curiosity to
know about the upcoming baby in Family is boy or a girl with under going
sonography test which is illegal under all these situations How the lead role balance
the life between his father and wife come up with sarcastic way to manage which
make us to watch and reveal more.
Starting with Ranbir Kapoor vani kapoor and sanjay Dutt
Movie story based on British period When India was ruled by Britishers
Shamshera played a robinhod character in which he use to mob the rich people
and distribute the wealth among poor people in India. Daroga shud an Indian Pure police officer who is Indian but in favour of Britisher.Shamshera is belong from the
community were people are not been respected and being underestimated by the society so Shamshera decided to work hard and want to work in civil services so from the beginning he work hard and know how to get out the situation from being unknow to well know people. As shown in movie that after being putting all efforts
Shamshera didnt get the reconization due to which he become the Robber and challenge the British Govt that Govt cant catch him instead of having so much of
powers.So British govt. decided to Align this task to the Daroga Sanjay dutt in Movie
as he was having good connection with all people and to the society so made contract with Shamshera that if you surrender yourself to me so ill let your community people lift up in the society the deal of risk which never goes with the contract.This leads us to more curious what happens next in the movie how Shamshera Fights back and will the battel and being recognized.
3.Laal Singh Chaddha
Movie is a remake of forestgum starting with Amir khan kareena khan and Mona singh.
Movie tell about the life spending how to simple and being extra ordinary.
Laal Singh Chaddha who was Physically challenged with legs from childhood
but any how by the motivation by her mother and support of her childhood friend
rupa he overcome and became an Athele and was selected in Indian Army
were he served the country,on a another hand his friend rupa wants to be
celebrity in cinema were she want to enroll her into the well reconised and sucessful
people in which she faces up and down in her life.The movie revolve around by the two people one who select her own track and another Laal Singh Chaddha who select whatever he gets in life,after being deployed by the his services he chooses to start the bussiness but after attains success in it also he found himself to incomplete
in the end Laal Singh Chaddha and Rupa his childhood friend met spend time together and then she left him once again due to being involved in people who are wanted criminals then after all things soughtout she came back but being suffering from unkown medicalillness were she die and left with child with sir naming chadda
were Laal Singh Chaddha take care of him and raised him as Laal Singh Chaddha mother use to take care of Laal Singh Chaddha
starting with Akshay kumar Munashi chhillar, Sanjay dutt and Sonu sood
Directed by sanjay leela Bhansali
“Prithviraj” is a historical biopic film directed by Chandraprakash Dwivedi and produced by Aditya Chopra under the banner of Yash Raj Films. The film stars Akshay Kumar in the lead role of Prithviraj Chauhan, the king of the Chauhan dynasty who ruled over parts of present-day Rajasthan and Haryana in the 12th century.
The film also features Manushi Chhillar, who makes her debut as Sanyogita, the princess of Kannauj whom Prithviraj falls in love with and marries. Other notable actors in the film include Sanjay Dutt, Sonu Sood, and Ashutosh Rana.
“Prithviraj” was released on November 5, 2021, and received mixed reviews from critics and audiences. While some praised Akshay Kumar’s performance and the film’s production values, others criticized the lack of historical accuracy and weak characterization.
Overall, if you enjoy historical biopics and are a fan of Akshay Kumar, “Prithviraj” may be worth a watch for you.
5. Raksha Bandhan
Starting with Akshay Kumar,Sadia,Bhumi Penedkar Deepika khanna,Smriti Shrikanth and Sahejmeen Kaur
It’s quite astounding that my eyes have been fixated to the big screen for a film that totally slips southwards right from the first scene. What am I so intently looking at? It can’t be the film itself, where it’s been over 30 minutes and the plot has not inched a second beyond where it started.
Which is that there are four girls to be married off. There is a brother (Akshay Kumar), whose life’s sole mission/purpose/responsibility is to see his sisters married off, before he can marry his own childhood sweetheart (Bhumi Pednekar).
This brother is having a rough time finding suitable boys for the girls. His girlfriend and her father are having a hard time waiting for this brother — Bhumi’s character needs to marry too after all, what else is the point of life!
Okay, it’s nearing an hour now, and that chakka (wheel) is still stuck at the same point in Chandni Chowk. And it’s not like this is some character-driven cinema, and we’re learning anything new about this family from Old Delhi anyway.
So why am I looking so closely at the screen, again? Only to figure when is this film set. There are some tell-tale signs. There is a dedication to the Barjatyas in one of the film’s opening slates.
The hero is wearing a Casio digital watch. I don’t quite see any cellphones around. The camera never really pans outside the open, cardboard jungle of a set to reveal much of the actual world beyond. Is this really a 1990s film, without the audience being told about it? If that’s so, why not tell?
Or have we gone further back in time, since the lead is called Lalaji — you half-expect a wily Muneemji to show up as well. Lalaji sells golgappas that guarantee a male child. The line outside his store is unmanageable.
This hero mercilessly derides the unmarried girls in his house, for their looks — one’s fat, the other tomboy, third one is dark-skinned. Only the slim, fair-skinned fairy, with dark long hair, is the easily eligible. She’s up for a discount in the dowry mart.
The other issue with the male-lead, decidedly with a God/saviour complex, is that he also has to keep his sisters from harm’s way. Since, you know, men on the street will do what they do.
At one point, he announces to his mohalla over the megaphone, that anyone who teases/catcalls (“chheda”, basically; it also means molests) any of his sisters will have to marry them in return!
Now that much over an hour is up, and we’re still there, you begin to wonder if this is a film simply reflecting how regressive a society is, or in effect normalising it, sometimes to the point of celebrating certain thoughts/traditions instead.
There’s a thin rakhee-like dhaga between the two, and something I sensed a couple of films by Aanand L Rai have crossed inevitably — such as Raanjhanaa (with stalking), or Atrangi Re (on forced wedding). Nope, not passing judgement on intentions. Only stating discomfort as an audience.
Of course, you can’t get away endorsing dowry anymore. Neither does this pic, eventually. Up till then there’s Akshay Kumar going all out to bring energy into an ennui inducing story (or the lack of it) — even falling over his pyjamas for the cheap laughs. He wouldn’t have to try so hard on the set, if the same effort had gone into the script.
But maybe this isn’t so much about the script/story, as it is about recreating an old world missing from mainstream, desi movies — of the bhai and the behens, the baap and the beti, the bidaai song, followed by the funeral song, the rishtas, pheras, and the samosas.
Since everyone has an opinion on why audiences have eluded Bollywood lately, one of the things you often hear is how Hindi films have alienated its core base, by abandoning familial bonds and tearful emotions from its subjects. Something that television soaps took over from, in the late ’90s. This is a Raksha Bandhan release, so to say.
So you kinda know where this is coming from. Even if you can’t tell where it’s going with it. Either way, thank god, it’s over; I gotta go!
Goodbye starts off with Tara Bhalla (Rashmika Mandanna) celebrating her first victory as a lawyer in Mumbai. She ignores the calls and messages put up by her mother and father. Her father Harish Bhalla (Amitabh Bachchan) was calling to break the news that her mother, Gayatri Bhalla (Neena Gupta), had died suddenly of a heart attack. Tara instantly flies off to Chandigarh to be with her father. The duo have never seen eye-to-eye as she’s too independent and he’s too old fashioned. She hates rituals of any kind and fumes about how her father is blindly following the advice of a family friend PP (Ashish Vidyarthi), when it comes to last rites. Her elder brother Karan (Pavail Gulati) flies down from the US with his American wife Daisy (Elli AvrRam). Karan is a workaholic who has ear pods on even while acting as a pallbearer. Another brother Angad (Sahil Mehta), who is the mother’s favourite, is flying from Dubai. He’s a bit of a foodie and his father overhears him ordering butter chicken and garlic naan while they’re conversing on the phone and guilt trips him into ordering khichdi instead.
She has another brother called Nakul (Abhishekh Khan), who is on a climbing holiday at the Himalayas and only learns of his mother’s passing very late in the film. The dysfunctional family connects with each other during the 13 day mourning rituals. They realise the importance of being there for each other despite their differences. Tara doesn’t believe in rituals but a chance encounter with a pandit (Sunil Grover), makes her see them in a new light. He explains that rituals have a story behind them and in a way remind us that we leave nothing but stories behind when we depart. She gets closer to her father as they share Gayatri’s memories. She’s always been the bond that held the family together and her death further strengthens it.
The film can best be described as a tearjerker with elements of black comedy thrown in. For instance, while being gathered to offer their condolences at the Bhalla’s bungalow, the neighbourhood aunties keep eyeing the chairs as they don’t want to sit on the lawn. They are busy clicking selfies and decide to form a Whatsapp group in the memory of their departed friend. Gone Gayatri Gone, Lonely Harish ji, Harish ji needs us – are some of names they come up with and ultimately settle on Chandigarh Bubblies. When Harish objects to Karan having sex the night of the funeral, he counters saying he was only doing his duty as a son, as her mother’s last wish was to be a grandmother. Daisy casually picks up an apple to eat while the havan is on – and so on.
Juxtaposed to them are moments created to coax you into using your handkerchief. Harish’s encounter with his wife’s father, his monologue at the ghat, or even the simple memory of the family eating gol gappe together pack an emotional punch. The interactions between family members are woven with care into the narrative and infused with warmth and humour. Kudos to the actors for making it seem all real and relatable and for keeping the melodrama to the minimum.
Given the chemistry and camaraderie that Amitabh Bachchan and Neena Gupta have shared in the film, it’s a mystery why no one ever thought of pairing them before. They give off vibes of a happily married couple who have over the years have accepted each other, warts and all. Their scenes together are the best thing about the film. They deserve another movie together, where their portions are bigger. Neena Gupta departs the film too soon and we’d definitely have liked to see more of her. Amitabh Bachchan plays a grouchy patriarch with a heart of gold yet another time in a film and yet manages to bring a novelty to his performance. He’s always made acting look easy and his professionalism seems to have rubbed off on his co-stars as well, as everyone seems to be at their best sharing screen space with him.
National crush Rashmika Mandana has made her Bollywood debut with this film and fits right in into her role of a rebellious daughter. Her scenes with Bachchan, and with Pavail Gulati, the sibling she’s closest to, are as natural as can be. She manages to leave an impact even in this non-glamorous debut. Pavail Gulati shines as the elder son who learns he has to take up more responsibilities and Sunil Grover too makes a mark in his short but important role. Elli AvrRam, who’s made a name for herself as a dancer, has proved here that she can act as well.
Last year, we saw films like Pagglait and Ramprasad Ki Tehrvi which dealt with families trying to cope up the loss of a loved one and Goodbye is another addition to the same tradition. While it isn’t saying anything shockingly original, the film does manage to be a feel-good dramedy about dealing with death and loss. Watch it for the inspired acting by the entire cast and don’t forget to take your hanky along…
“Pathaan” is an upcoming Bollywood action-thriller film directed by Siddharth Anand and produced by Yash Raj Films. The film features Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone, and John Abraham in the lead roles. It is reported that Shah Rukh Khan will be playing the role of a spy in the movie.
The film’s release date has not been officially announced yet, and there is limited information available about the plot or the storyline. However, the film has generated a lot of buzz in the media and among the fans, especially due to the casting of Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone, who have previously worked together in several successful Bollywood films.
Overall, “Pathaan” seems to be a highly anticipated movie.