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Choked – Paisa Bolta Hai: Anurag Kashyap Clogged The Movie With Many Voices

Director Anurag Kashyap has tried his best to make his Netflix original film Choked – Paisa Bolta Hai as close to reality as possible. Inspired by the demonetisation drive of 2016, the story revolves around the lives middle-class families living in four-storey building in Mumbai.

Story

Sushant (Roshan Mathew) is a struggling musician who lives in a Mumbai apartment with his banker wife Sarit (Saiyami Kher) and son Sameer (Parthveer Shukla).

Sushant is jobless and is in debt. His wife Sarit who works in a cooperative bank has to bear the financial burden of meeting needs of the family of three. Their story reflects of the life of a typical middle-class family struggling to survive in tough situations like posed by demonetisation. Sushant has some debts to pay but the responsibility of his debts lies on his wife as he is jobless. Also, they are unable to pay attention to the upbringing of their son due to their financial worries.

Highlights of the movie

• Beautiful portrayal of a middle-class colony

• The movie reflects the problems people face in daily life

• It highlights the differences between neighbours

• The screenplay successfully shows the effects of demonetisation through the … Find More

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Street Dancer 3D Movie Review

Varun Dhawan impressed everyone with his dance performance. Shraddha also did a great job as the leader of a Pakistani dance group.

Street Dancer 3D: Varun Dhawan And Shraddha Kapoor Starrer Could Create History With Dance Theme

Street Dancer 3D is a film based on dance. There are two dance groups from different countries working hard to win a global dance competition. According to initial reviews, the movie would impress the viewers with dance. The experts predict that the movie could earn from Rs. 18 to Rs. 20 crores on its opening day.

Story

Sahej (Varun Dhawan) is the leader of a dance group from India and Inayat (Shraddha Kapoor) is the leader of the Pakistani dance group. They both are good dancers and their groups excellent. But they are bitter rivals and this is evident from their competitive edge. Whether it is a café or a narrow street, wherever they meet, they turn the area into a stage and try to outperform each other. Their objective is to win a global dance competition. But finally, they realize that they come from the same background and that their roots are similar. They realize that their objective is to stand for the people of the Asian subcontinent. These are underdogs standing tall against all odds and Find More