This Friday has been a gala night for all the movie buffs as it brought to us two unusual movies which are all set to rule the box office collection. Tom Holland’s Spiderman: Far from home and Meezan Jaffrey – Sharmin Segal’s Malaal hit the theatres on 5th July.
If you’re planning to utilise your weekend by watching some good movies. Read the reviews of Malaal and Spiderman: Far from home before booking your tickets.
Spiderman: Far from home directed by Jon Watts starring Tom Holland, Samuel L. Jackson, Zendaya, Cobie Smulders, Jon Favreau, JB Smoove, Jacob Batalon, Martin Starr. Spiderman: Far from home is the 23rd film of the Marvel cinematic universe(MCU). The movie is light-hearted and even breezy. Far from home is a welcome change after the serious Endgame. Spiderman: far from home is funny, adventurous with an exaggerated fighting sequence at the end.
Spiderman: far from home starts from where Avengers Endgame ended. The story revolves around the new challenges and threats faced by the world that changes thing forever. The movie was initially supposed to release on 5th July but after being not sure about the fan demand the movie released on 4th July across India. We are going to give Spiderman: Far from home 3.5 stars.
Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s new release Malaal is creating quite a buzz among the viewers for its brilliant acting and storyline. Malaal stars Meezan Jaffrey and Sharmin Segal directed by Mangesh Hadawale . Malaal is set in the Mumbai of late ’90s. It is the remake of 2004’s Tamil movie 7G Rainbow Colony.
The movie revolves around two very different people Shiva and Astha from distinguishing backgrounds who experience the innocence of love. The struggle between their love for each other and who they really are as a person. The bustling life of a chawl is authentic but over-familiar from a billion emphases.
Well, you should definitely go to watch this movie with your friends. We are giving Malaal 3.5 stars.
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