Roko Na | Haseena | Mohit Arora & Inaayat Sharma | Ali Aslam & Shom Chanda

Roko Na

Roko Na | Haseena | Mohit Arora & Inaayat Sharma | Ali Aslam & Shom Chanda Presenting the video of Roko Na sung by Ali Aslam & Shom Chanda. Song – Roko Na Singers – Ali Aslam & Shom Chanda Music – Vishnu Narayan Lyricist – Rishi Aazad Arrangers/Programmers – Uday Mixed & Mastered By Kuldeep Yadav Cast – Innayat, Arpit, Ankur, Mohit, Khayati, Leena & Aalya Production House – Harsh Dream Ventures & Khushi Films Producer – Jitendra B. Wagadia & Vicky Ranawat Director – Vicky Ranawat be first…

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Ragini MMS Returns teaser: Karishma Sharma gets raunchy. But is Riya Sen the ghost?

Ragini MMS Returns

Ragini MMS Returns teaser: Karishma Sharma gets raunchy. But is Riya Sen the ghost? Ragini MMS Returns teaser: The new sultry-siren of the industry, bikini-clad Karishma Sharma teases the viewers with her seductive moves in a bedroom. The tagline of the movie reads, “They didn’t know it then, it was a threesome.” With the third installment in the Ragini MMS franchise returning as a digital show titled Ragini MMS Returns, on Ekta Kapoor’s web channel ALT Balaji, we wonder what surprise are in store for the viewers. To pique the interest…

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Breathe: Film Review | TIFF 2017

Breathe

Breathe: Film Review | TIFF 2017 Andrew Garfield and Claire Foy play a real-life couple who overcome huge challenges in the debut feature from actor-turned-director Andy Serkis. A true story of enduring love and survival against impossible odds, Breathe is chiefly noteworthy as the feature-directing debit of British screen star Andy Serkis (Lord of the Rings, Planet of the Apes), a kind of dry run for his Jungle Book reboot next year. But the main authorial force behind this personal passion project is producer Jonathan Cavendish, who co-founded the London-based motion-capture studio Imaginarium Productions…

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Mademoiselle Paradis (‘Licht’): Film Review | TIFF 2017

Mademoiselle Paradis

Mademoiselle Paradis (‘Licht’): Film Review | TIFF 2017 Austrian auteur Barbara Albert (‘Falling’) tackles a strange tale set in Rococo Vienna in her latest film, which premiered in the Platform competition at the Toronto Film Festival. A blind harpsichordist in Rococo Vienna who is “not pretty but talented,” as one of the characters describes her, can see again after a rather dubious medical treatment in Mademoiselle Paradis (Licht), from Austrian director Barbara Albert. There is, however, a catch: After the titular protagonist has regained her eyesight, her tinkling talents start to…

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