- Cast: Sunny Leone, Rajneesh Duggal, Daniel Webber
- Director: Rajeev Chaudhari
Sunaina (Sunny Leone) is one cunning and unfaithful woman, who has worked her way up through deceitful ways. Raj Malhotra (Rajniesh Duggal) is her competitor, and is bitter about losing another mind-blowing project to her shrewd plans. Another surprise element, these haters go back with a long history as long lost lovers, who have swear to destroy each other completely! But, is there still love?
- Sunny Leone is charming as ever, and has worked hard on her acting.
- It marks the debut of her husband, Daniel Weber.
- Rajneesh is adequate, and has been able to deliver in some scenes quite nicely.
- Dance numbers are quite seductive and impressive with Sunny giving the audience some latkas and jhatkas!
- The scene with Sunaina dancing with his house help is very commendable, and full marks to Sunny to pull that scene with remarkable expressions.
- The script offers same old story which has been tested and tried several times.
- The script is out of focus, and has no film-making plots to discover.
Only if you are a true Sunny Leone fan, go watch this 120-minute boredom. There is no story, but plenty of sizzle!
- Cast: Shashank Udapurkar, Tanishaa Mukerji, Govind Namdev, Narendra Jain, Kishor Kadam, Daya Shankar Pandey
- Director: Shashank Udapurkar
Anna is a biographical movie based on the life and struggles of Kisan Baburao “Anna” Hazare. It explores his life before he acquired a political power as a soldier and farmer. The movie revolves around how Anna managed to create a spark amongst nation with his Gandhi-giri, and how it let to the rise of a new power!
- The very essence of patriotism can work as the heart-warming key for the movie.
- As the movie embarks on the intellectual journey of Anna Hazare and how he started off the protest to pass the Jan Lokpal Bill, it adds up to the excitement.
- Shashank’s depiction as Anna is convincing at times, as he has tried to incorporate his lifestyle and his feel into his performance.
- Tanishaa Mukerji, Govind Namdev, Narendra Jain, Kishor Kadam, and Daya Shankar Pandey are good in their roles.
- As the lead actor Shashank Udapurkar is the director, he has tried to add all the pieces in order to deliver a fresh take.
- Music is unusual and simple, which is why it is likeable.
- Screenplay, editing and photography seem fine.
- As the movie explores several plots and has major political connections, fit can be confusing for a first-time watcher.
- Not being an entertainment film, it might not attract the interests of crowd.
- Screenplay is not efficient, and scenes are repetitive in the second half.
- In order to cover every major happening, director has failed to create an emotional connect.
- The movie is quite predictable in nature.
Go to the movie to witness head-strong struggles and life phases of India’s favourite Anna Hazare.