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Review: Mannar Mathai Speaking 2 is a repeat of what we've seen before
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Review: Mannar Mathai Speaking 2 is a repeat of what we've see...

Malayalam film Mannar Mathai Speaking 2 is not a patch on the previous two films, writes Paresh C Palicha. Some films make you wonder why they were even made. Mannar Mathai Speaking 2, the third installment of the Ramji Rao Speaking franchise directed by Mamas, is one such film. As we know, the original got a cult following and is shown on the small screen every week. The third film simply repeats what we've seen before, without adding anything substantially new. When the titles start ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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Review: Salala Mobiles fails as a love story

Salala Mobiles is an average film, according to Paresh C Palicha.Salala Mobiles, written and directed by Sharath A Haridasan, a newcomer, with Dulquer Salmaan and Nazriya Nazim in the lead lacks even the basic ingredients of a love story.The lovers hardly talk to each other, let alone share their feelings for each other till the very end. This does not help us get emotionally involved with them. Afzal (Dulquer Salmaan) is a lazy youngster who does nothing other than eating and sleeping. He ...
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Dynacons Systems Solutions' outcome of board meeting

Dynacons Systems Solutions Board Meeting held on March 21, 2014 appointed Mr. Dilip Palicha as Non- executive, Independent Director of the Company. Also note that Mr. Dilip Palicha has been inducted as Non-executive, Independent Director in the below ...
 Money Control4 weeks ago Dynacons Systems & Solutions holds board meeting  HDFC Securities4 weeks ago
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Review: Gangster is a cliched movie

Even those who feel like defending Gangster because it is made for the mass audience will be disappointed, says Paresh C Palicha. There is no point in saying that Gangster, the latest film directed by Aashiq Abu, is a cliched gangster movie as the makers do not claim it is anything else. There is the use of animation technology that makes it a little different - and incidentally saves the cost of a couple of supporting actors and half a dozen junior artistes. Akbar (Mammootty) whose father was ...
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Review: Nothing original about Polytechnic

There is nothing new in Polutechnic and it is the effort the actors put in that helps the film from sinking totally, says Paresh C Palicha. Kunchacko Boban wants to shed his college boy romantic image but he does not want to go beyond a point to do that. In his new film Polytechnic, directed by M Padmakumar, he plays a small-time politician called Poly. The story by Nishad Koya begins as a satire showing how lazy youngsters join political movements and do not make any effort to find any ...
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The most decorated player to have appeared in the most tiers

"How many (and which) players have played in all four pro leagues in England (including the Premier League ) and have featured for their country?" asks Ali Zreik . "I could come up with Rob Earnshaw and Danny Gabbidon . A friend told me about Jason ...
 4 Traders1 month ago
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Review: London Bridge is a sloppy love story

London Bridge is an usual romance between a poor guy who has come up the hard way and a rich princess who falls for him, but ultimately the guy settles for the poor damsel in distress, writes Paresh C Palicha.  Prithviraj has made a habit of playing characters with grey shades. His new film London Bridge, promised a heavily textured character and killer looks to go with it. But the film, turns out to be a sloppy story of a man who has to make a choice between two women.
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Review: Malayalam film 1983 is worth a watch

Debutante director Abrid Shine depicts the transformation of Indian society towards the importance of sports in his film 1983, writes Paresh C Palicha. The 1983 Cricket World Cup win for India sparked a new passion for the game among youngsters in rural areas. The result has been youngsters from smaller towns making it to the national team. First time director Abrid Shine depicts this phenomenon in his first film 1983, with Nivin Pauly in the lead. Ramesan (Nivin Pauly) is an above average ...
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