Reviews of Bollywood Movies Released in June 2014

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The month of June 2014 has been marked with some of the spectacular movie releases. While some of the movies were successful in winning the hearts of the people, while some were complete box-office fails. Now let us check in details of the movie reviews of the movies released in June 2014.

Movie Review of Holiday (6th June)

Akshay Kumar in a Holiday Movie Motion Poster

Director: A R Murgadoss

Holiday: A Soldier Is Never off Duty is the story of Army personnel for whom duty and patriotism is the basic motto of his life. Virat (Akshay Kumar) is on holiday in Mumbai where a terror blast hits a school bus. A terrorist is caught and it leads to a series of more members of the gang who were acting as the Sleeper Cells. His holiday is devastated and Virat becomes a one-man army, who has to fight against the terror attach and salvage Mumbai from exploding into flames.
In the movie, Akshay has delivered a great performance with a bit of humor added to his character. Sonakshi has done an average performance. The action sequences will keep you at the edge-of-your-seats. The movie is basically dedicated to all the Army personnel and their families.

Movie Review of Filmistaan (6th June)


Director: Nitin Kakkar

Debutant director Nitin Kakkar, who is also the writer of the story, has created a comedy that is incorporated with an element of sadness. Filmistaan tells us the story of Sunny (Sharib Hashmi), who is an average boy crazy about Bollywood movies and dreams of becoming an actor. The film is about a wannabe actor who is abducted by Jihadis and taken to Pakistan.

Brilliant in conception and execution, Filmistaan has entertained right from the beginning. Filmistaan has also successfully delivered a positive message through the exceptional filming of the story.


Movie Review of Fugly (13th June)

Fugly 2014 Movie Review

Director: Kabir Sadanand

Fugly is a fast paced masala, thriller movie set in the streets of Delhi. A story of four college friends named Dev, Devi; Gaurav & Aditya who have just completed their college .They are on the verge of their lives, dreams and expectations, when suddenly one night they are faced with evil incarnate SHO Chautala aka Jimmy Sheirgill, an extremely fearless Police Officer. Henceforth there is a series of events which will put to test their friendship and character. Hence their life gets ‘Fugly’.
If you love masala Bollywood movies, Fugly is not going to disappoint you. With a powerful message of friendship and emotion, Fugly is very entertaining.

Movie Review of Macchli Jal Ki Rani Hai (13th June )
Machhli Jal Ki Rani Hai

Director: Debaloy Dey

‘Macchli Jal Ki Rani Hai’ depicts the life of Mumbai-based couple Ayesha (Swara Bhaskar) and Uday Saxena (Bhanu Uday). Uday is a mechanical engineer, who shifts with his family to Jabalpur and they meet with a major road accident that leaves a terrible effect on the mind of her wife and she suffers from mental depression. After that, she begins to feel the presence of bad spirits in her new house and tries her best to combat them.
Macchli Jal Ki Rani Hai attempts to create something terrorizing but it doesn’t really make any impact on us.  The special effects of the movies aren’t impressive.

Movie Review of Chal Bhaag (13th June)

Chal Bhaag

Director: Prakash Saini

All the leading men share a wonderful chemistry that makes the movie fun. The interaction between the trios makes for some of the funniest scenes in the film. Particularly, scenes featuring Tarun Bajaj and Deepak Dobriyal are very enjoyable. They also have some help from the supporting cast, each member of which adds a distinct flavor to the film. Apart from the fresh faces, the movie also starred veterans like Sanjay Mishra and Yashpal Sharma.
In spite of the major support of the cast members, the movie could not win the hearts of the audience.

Movie Review of Humshakals (20th June) humshakals

Director: Sajid Khan

Saif and Riteish had depicted their roles perfectly and play a major role in the movie. They share a good bonding and comic timing that makes the movie more interesting and funny. In fact, Riteish might have delivered his best performances in years.Humshakals is a comedy film and the characters are bound to keep you entertained. The movie was a box office hit and was a complete entertainment package.

Movie Review of Ek Villian (27th June)

Ek Villain Movie

Director: Mohit Suri

Ek Villain has all the elements of a Bollywood film that the film-loving Indian audience loves to watch it.  It was a complete combo of music, romance and thriller. The tracks of the movies were awesome .Especially, Teri Galliyan and Banjaarey can be the biggest hits of the year 2014.

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