HOME SUBSCRIPTION ADVERTISEMENT FEEDBACK ARCHIVE
 
Health & Fitness | Expert Advice | Fashion Update | Reviews | Bollywood Lounge | Hollywood | At Home
14 - 20 July , 2012
ENGLISH MAGAZINE

OPINION LEADERS
NEWS & VIEWS
COFFEE TIME
STYLE AGENDA
....AND EVERY WEEK
THE ORCHARD ON FIRE
 
REVIEWS
Madagascar 3Maximum
With a kind of brisk businesslike immediacy and the least amount of fuss Maximum takes audiences into the world of encounter killings and the internecine war in Mumbai's police department which threatens to destroy the very institution built to mend the wounds and fissures in the social fabric. Naseeruddin Shah who plays a ruthless encounter cop Arun Inamdar is introduced when a victim lies bleeding in front of the cop. Audiences see Inamdar watching the victim bleed to death and then pumping two bullets into the chap to make sure there's no unfinished business here. The film opens in 2003 at the height of the encounter killings in Mumbai. Two encounter specialists played by Sonu Sood and Naseeruddin Shah are at loggerheads the way any two professionals in the same job-space are bound to be. This is a world of unmitigated immorality – bullets are fired not to stop but to merchandise crime. And the lawmakers are shown to be as corrupt as the ones they set out to nab and mend. Pratap Pandit, as played by that fine versatile actor Sonu Sood, is a man of a few words, much action. Though there are bloody shootouts, grim exchange of dialogues, item girls gyrating in smoky dance bars, and car crashes on Mumbai's deceptively glistening roads, the underbelly of the film is coated with a deathly silence.

REVIEWS
The Dictator Girl In Progress Bernie
DEPARTMENT    


 
HOROSCOPE
horoscope
MAKE ME LOOK SUN KISSED BOLLYWOOD'S TOP FIVE ACTRESSES BOOKED THE AMAZING SPIDER MAN
PAK_US TIES WILL BE TESTED IN FUTURE:CLINTON THE FAIRY_TALE IS OVER TOM & KATIE PART WAYS Make Rose Potpourri At Home
facebook join us
Pakistan’s Largest Circulated Weekly Magazine.