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Maatr review: Raveena shines in a shoddy revenge saga

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Vilas Rao
by Vilas Rao on Apr 28, 2017 12:39 PM

Its all silly. Too much of it is robbing people from enjoying all kinds of films. Its getting to be boring, bollywood.

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by SAI RAM on Apr 23, 2017 10:14 PM


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ajay ghosh
India A Failed State No law and order
by ajay ghosh on Apr 21, 2017 06:08 PM

Gangs and Physcopath politicians rule the roost and if you have to stay in this country you should be running criminal enterprise or else it is very difficult to get on and common man and his family is useless India Can associate itself safely with af PAK and other lawless paces in the world even mosul

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Keki Patel
by Keki Patel on Apr 21, 2017 01:33 PM

The common man/woman in India has over decades understood, that the justice system serves the rich & famous. Justice delayed, is justice denied. When law makers & enforcers are themselves corrupt criminals, where does the aam aadmi go to seek justice and closure?? Ultimately, more and more people are taking law into their own hands due to total failure of the justice system. This is not good, so before anarchy sets in government should take firm and fast corrective measures.

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susarla suryaprakasam
Maatr review: Raveena shines in a shoddy revenge saga
by susarla suryaprakasam on Apr 21, 2017 10:33 AM  | Hide replies

May be this the way to settle scores including approaching private settlement system, in stead of Police and Courts which proved to be utterly ineffective, time and again.

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Kaale Chickne
Re: Maatr review: Raveena shines in a shoddy revenge saga
by Kaale Chickne on Apr 21, 2017 01:34 PM
True. That was proved in Nirbhaya case when the most violent minor was let off.

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