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Review: Rivaaz is tragically funny

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rani sibali
Review or Grudgeview?
by rani sibali on Sep 16, 2011 01:42 PM

This review looks like grudgefull statement. May be Ankur Pathak has some personal problems with The Makers.

He is a male so the movie must be hitting under his belt. Male Ego....

Me and my freinds just watched it 10.15 show and came back to work. It is a good movie. What is shown in the film is real and happening. i personally know some villages.

Somebody has atleast taken a stand in favour of females who are are being exploited.

People please see by your self and then decide who is MAD DOG. The Reviewer or the Maker.

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Nikhil Joseph
by Nikhil Joseph on Sep 16, 2011 01:20 PM

i think the person who has written this review must be mad...he doesnt even know how to write a proper review..i have watched this movie and i think is well made.Acting by Deepti naval and Reema Laago is superb. i just dont understand what ppl want these days.Do they just want to watch crap movies like Mere brother ki dulhan????if yes,then not even God can save Bollywood.

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Arun Premraj
by Arun Premraj on Sep 16, 2011 10:59 AM

people should not make movies if they can't ..no matter wat the issue.. its like dancing or singing when u really can't..

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lisa turner
Excellent movie
by lisa turner on Sep 16, 2011 10:51 AM

The movie highlights some excellent points which is taking place all over India. Caste biases, regionlism, dowry related issues etc are taking place not just in rural sections of India but also in cities. In our NGO orginsation we had many womens who were physically and sexually abused by their in-laws for dowry. Even the husband would keep quite and force the wife by demanding money. This is not just among lower caste Hindus but also among the top as well. There are also biases against some Hindu who are from different caste. We have tried our best to deal with such issues but it's tough. People in India still clings on to their old traditions from the past, which should be outlawed. I hope it changes.

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