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Lashtam Pashtam brings the message of brotherhood for both the India and Pakistan

Celebrate brotherhood on the eve of Independence Day with Lashtam Pashtam

Lashtam Pashtamis the last movie of the late veteran actor Om Puri who breathed his last on January 7, 2017. But at the same time, it is the debut movie of director Manav Bhalla. The movie is an attempt to thaw the strained Indo-Pak relations but in a very human way. Instead of including the communities of both the countries, the story uses two friends.

The beautiful story of Lashtam Pashtam 

The beauty of the story is its simplicity. Two childhood buddies celebrate their friendship in every possible way without considering their nationalities. They are friends but for their families, they are Indian and Pakistani. And as expected, their communities try separating them. They are asked to maintain a distance because they are political enemies.

Two children – Indian and Pakistani – are born in UAE; they are brought up together and they form a close on growing up. When their families come to know about their friendship, they are warned that their friendship won’t materialize. But they are friends forever and they want to remain friends despite knowing …

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Life’s Good Movie Review: The message is loud and clear from the movie name

Life’s Good: It’s really surprising to see how a movie is made without drama, action and romance

Life’s Goodis a good family movie for every family-person. It is about an adult person who loves his mother so much that he doesn’t marry to keep his small family intact. One day his mother dies a natural death but he takes it as an accident and thinks that life has come to a full-circle for him.

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Rameshwar is a middle-aged accountant. He lives with his aging and ailing mother in a small home in a secluded neighborhood where he can keep his small family safe from the envious eyes of neighbors, friends, relatives and everyone who’s out of his family. Shy of making relationships fearing the new relations would dilute his family bonding, Rameshwar chooses to live alone with his mother.

He turns a blind eye to the biggest fact of life that is death and when he faces this fact, he loses all his courage and interest in life. His mother dies but it is natural for a human to die. Unable to take control of …

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Mulk Movie Review

Mulk: Third movie on Muslim tragedy after Garm Hawa and Naseem

Mulk: After Balraj Shahni and Kaifi Azmi, Rishi Kapoor stresses the same point

Based on a real-life incident, Mulk tries to portray the sufferings of Muslim families in a difficult time. Balraj Sahni was the first to highlight the plight of Muslims living in post-independence period in his 1973 movie Garm Hawa. Second time, Kaifi Azmi essayed the fear of a true Muslim patriot after the Babri Masjid demolition in his 1995 movie Naseem. In 2018, Rishi Kapoor is narrating the true story of a Muslim family trying to regain its lost social status as a true India after its son is convicted for a terrorist activity.

Mulk story 

Brothers Vakeelsaab Murad Ali Mohammed (Rishi Kapoor) and Bilaal Mohammed (Manoj Pahwa) live with their families in Benaras. As a respected Muslim family, they have good relations with Hindu neighbors and other communities. But everything changes when Bilaal’s son Shahid Mohammed (Prateik Babbar) was suspected to be involved in a terrorist act. But Shahid refuses to surrender before the police.

This incident turns the social and personal life of the Muslim family upside down. The …