This was one of the movies which was on my watch-list and I am quite happy that a movie on such an important topic has been made. Two very strong messages are in this movie. One, is towards women whose lives have been stereotyped into the ground. This movie is in a way, an inspiration for women who really want to pursue boxing as a profession. Two, is how politics and rivalry blinds people from seeing the good of the nation. This has been a recurring problem in the world of sports, where political agendas has come in the way of sports in many forms. This page has saala khadoos 2016, watch online, saala khadoos 2016 free download, full movie hd.
The story here is an underdog story. A coach with tremendous talent has been transferred to Chennai where boxing is not so prevalent due to rivalry with the Head of the Staff. A rowdy girl who is born to box is noticed by the coach and he wants to coach this girl in order to bring back women’s boxing and to redeem his image in the world of boxing. Filmxy has Saala Khadoos (2016) Online Full Movie, Saala Khadoos (2016) free download HD Bluray 720p 1080p with English subtitle. Stars: Madhavan, Nassar, Radha Ravi
The most stand-out performance is given by Ritika Singh as Madi. She is rowdy, arrogant, angry and also lovable at the same time. She completely immersed herself in this role and produces a character which will be remembered for a long time. Madhavan as the angry, frustrated coach is also pretty solid. I have seen Madhavan do very normal roles but this was out of the blue.
Often when an actor comes out of his comfort zone the character falls flat but not in this case. Mumtaz Sorcar as Lux follows a very dark path but as this is Hindi cinema, she redeems herself at the end. The only person who couldn’t come out of the stereotypical portrayal of the villain is Zakir Hussain. He doesn’t do anything special and doesn’t even try to under-act. He does the dialogues like the villains from the 8o’s. For me he was the weakest part of the movie.
In terms of direction, I really liked the cinematography. The silent moments. But then it was shattered with the narration. Bollywood is still afraid to NOT explain things. This movie is pretty simple so it is predictable what will happen so the narration and pace should be crisp so that we can feel the punches. The fighting scenes are very bland. After watching movies like Rocky and Creed and SouthPaw, a little more is expected from a boxing scene. The songs are fine. The over-use of dialogue pretty much slows down the movie. It is time Bollywood stops underestimating the audience.
With some more money, some better talent a little more forethought, The Last Heist could have been something truly miraculous. As it stands, it is instead just "Not bad". I like these flip-the-script type crime thrillers. Of course no one's done it quite as well as Dusk till Dawn, but I'm always willing to give them a chance (this year's "Don't Breathe" looks like it has potential in that category as well).Henry Rollins is outstanding, but otherwise the cast is pretty low quality. It's understandable, within the confines of a movie like this, but it still has a negative impact on the tale overall. Like when a machine gun is firing but has no recoil. It doesn't make or break the movie, but it does take you out of the moment, and all these little things add up.Also had a little bit of a Payday vibe, which I appreciate.
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Good Writing: 1.5 StarsThe first half of the movie has the writing style of the tv show "MTV Cribs". So for a while your thinking this movie is just silliness. But as the protagonists reality starts to change the narrative of the movie changes as well. Which seemingly starts off as a brainless comedy romp ends with a fairly emotional bang.Great Production: 2.0 StarsWhile most of the scenes film from the "reality tv" style camera work (which they make fun of) the soundtrack, set design and wardrobes are all top notch. Gotta give it to Lonely Islands original soundtrack and stage performance, and acting.
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Mockumentaries have to walk a fine line between reality and satire. POPSTAR manages not only this, but also freshens the genre with compelling characters, a lot of clever humor, a strong dose of inventive raunchiness that is always funnier than offensive, and a few unexpected thoughtful twists that bring it all home in a meaningful way. Dense with fast-pitched laugh-out-loud situations and dialog, this well-produced film creates an ensemble vehicle that gives all characters a chance to delight, as well as a spotlight for Andy Samberg to show he's got more than we might have thought. And, that's a lot.