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Will Dhobi Ghat appeal to Indians?

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koushik das
Dhobi ghatt is below standard movie
by koushik das on Jan 26, 2011 11:46 AM

we Indians are poor its is not required to reflect the same again and again in any movies. this movie is neither entertaining nor informative its rather slang and vulgar we all must protest against all this type of movie, com-pleat nonsense

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Lovepreet Singh
if dabangg is hit , any thing else can work
by Lovepreet Singh on Oct 25, 2010 08:10 AM

if dabangg is hit , any thing else can work

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Mahavir Rawat
Aamir & Dhobi Ghat
by Mahavir Rawat on Oct 24, 2010 08:35 PM

Don't panic guys, let the film realease & we all thinking people will get to know how the film is. Though, I am sure it is going to be a great sensible movie as this is the least expectation from AAMIR KHAN movie!

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arvind shetty
Expect only Rediff to do this
by arvind shetty on Oct 21, 2010 04:15 PM  | Hide replies

Rediff is in the fast gear these days when it comes to negative publicity. Only a handful of people who watch regual bollywood movies may be aware of this movie. However Rediff will do anything to downgrade this movie b'cos it stars Aamir and not thier chamcha Sharukh Khan. Good going Rediff

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lover boy
Re: Expect only Rediff to do this
by lover boy on Oct 21, 2010 11:06 PM
next time before you post a comment, READ THE ARTICLE FIRST.

Don't type in a response just because you are in front of a key board.

Do tell us why do u feel from this article rediff was trying to downgrade this movie? because from what I read it was just a writers take on the movie. Nothing more nothing less.

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Re: Re: Expect only Rediff to do this
by ATANU SARKAR on Oct 22, 2010 10:15 AM
Indeed....well said lover boy....
This guy arvind just blindly comments bcoz he's not fond of srk....
On the contrary , the article praises Dhobi Ghat and wants it to do well in India. Check the last line (Which is a shame, because its a wonderful film, and Mumbaites are the ones who can truly appreciate it the most. )

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Michael Angelo
No chance.
by Michael Angelo on Oct 20, 2010 02:24 PM  | Hide replies

Indian audience is still immature. How else can one explain the success of garbage like Dabaang? This film will flop.

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Lovepreet Singh
Re: No chance.
by Lovepreet Singh on Oct 25, 2010 08:08 AM
After success of dabangg.I have noblief in reviews,box office reports ..nothing.It's all manupulated.I am sure 80% of dabagg profit went to media.

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Pat Thakur
Re: No chance.
by Pat Thakur on Oct 20, 2010 06:58 PM
When stools like CWG can be hyped as success, why not films?

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Re: Re: No chance.
by puzhal on Oct 23, 2010 02:35 PM
ya just like ROBOT nautanki was hyped more than 1000 times , even by paying news channels

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arnab bhattacharya
Dhobi Ghaat - the masterpiece in queue
by arnab bhattacharya on Oct 20, 2010 12:46 PM

With changing mindset and people eager to watch good film (see Udaan,LSD) I think Dhobi Ghaat will appeal to many if not most (obviously dont expect Dabanng going Masses to like this film)... And Aamir Khan being part of the venture gives the movie an edge over other parralel films that are made.. He knows who will be the target audience and will position it like that only...

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