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72 Hoorain-Neeyat’s Mega Review : Neeyat is far from perfect. If you have the courage to face the truth then watch 72 hoorain

This Friday saw the release of two most talked about Bollywood films namely Neeyat and 72 Hoorain. Both the fils are class apart and totally different genre, former is a mystery drama, the latter is a crime thriller. both of the films garnered quite a buzz and have been in the news all this while and after much anticipation, they are in theatre around you ready to watch.

Neeyat's synopsis:

The film opens with an exiled Indian billionaire Ashish Kapoor aka AK (Ram Kapoor) and his executive assistant Kay Patel (Amrita Puri), who never leaves his side, as they arrive at a spectacular gothic Scottish castle overlooking the sea.
On a stormy, full moon night, AK has invited his close circle to celebrate his birthday. Among his friends and family, we see Zara (Niki Aneja Walia) as a tarot card reader and his healer, his best friend Sanjay Suri (Neeraj Kabi) with wife Noor Suri (Dipannita Sharma) and their son, who idolises Christopher Nolan and wants to win an Oscar one day. 
Then enters AK's sultry girlfriend Lisa (Shahana Goswami), his brother-in-law Jimmy (Rahul Bose), an alcoholic, unemployed rich brat, AK's stepson Ryan (Shashank Arora), a drug junkie, with his mystery girlfriend Gigi (Prajakta Koli), who honestly seemed better than these seasoned lot of actors. On the dinner table, this happy group meets CBI officer Mira Rao (Vidya Balan) who is here to arrest AK and take him back to India for a court trial for frauds worth ₹20,000 crore. But things take a weird turn when AK falls from a cliff and dies, and then begins the investigation with everyone being a suspect.

Trade Analyst Taran Adarsh reviewed the film

Neeyat is far from perfect. Watch Neeyat in theatres only if you are a Vidya Balan fan, you may still be left disappointed. Better wait for its OTT release

Film: Neeyat
Cast: Vidya Balan, Ram Kapoor, Niki Walia, Rahul Bose, Neeraj Kabi
Director: Anu Menon

The another film released this Friday is 72 Hoorain the movie was much in controversy and has faced lots of protest because of its subject based on how some Muslim clerics or Maulanas preach and endorse the idea of "Hoors in Jannat" for their masses.

Directed by two-time National Award winner Sanjay Puran Singh Chauhan. Co-produced by Ashoke Pandit, the film stars Pavan Malhotra and Aamir Bashir.

Taran reviewed the film by tweeting, “You need a strong stomach to absorb this one…

Verdict: If you don't have the courage to face the truth then don't watch this movie. This film has succeeded in bringing one reason for growing radical Islamic terrorism in front of everyone.

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