Roy Movie In Hindi Dubbed Download

Roy Movie In Hindi Dubbed Download

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Roy Movie In Hindi Dubbed Download

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Kabir Grewal, a Casanovic film maker and screenwriter is making multiple films (GUNS Trilogy) based on a thief's life and robberies, all achieving high success. In order to shoot his third installment (GUNS 3), he goes to Malaysia, where he meets a London based film-maker Ayesha Aamir . Kabir and Ayesha get friendly and soon fall in love. When Ayesha gets to know about Kabir's casanova attitude, she breaks up with him and returns to London. Dejected Kabir goes into depression and returns back to Mumbai, leaving his film incomplete. After several failed trials Kabir couldn't find a perfect climax for his story. On his assistant Meera's suggestion Kabir goes to a film festival as part of the jury, where Ayesha's film is being screened. Ayesha, thought that Kabir is following her and asks him to stay away from her life. After his father's death and been sued by film financiers Kabir decides to move on and complete his film. In a parallel story, An infamous Roy is a mysterious international Art thief whom no country seems to be able to get their hands on, including detective Wadia. On his new assignment, Roy goes to an unknown foreign land to steal an expensive painting only to find that its owner is the beautiful Tia. Tia lives alone in a huge mansion where the painting is kept. Hence, Roy tries to befriend Tia in an art auction and soon impresses her with his charm. A chemistry sparks between the two and both start spending time together, giving Roy entry into the mansion. Seeking for the right opportunity, one night Roy runs away with the painting, leaving Tia heartbroken. Roy later regrets, as he has fallen in love with Tia and hence decides to return the painting to her. After a small clash with painting's new owner, Roy manages to get it back. On receiving the paintings Tia realises that Roy is now a changed man and forgives him. Meanwhile, Kabir's film "Guns 3" releases with huge success.
Roy!!! The promotion of this film started long back in December. People had expectations from ROY because of the star cast and the music. When you have Ranbir Kapoor and Arjun Rampal in your kitty, you can expect big opening. Is the star cast enough to attract the audience? I would say NO.<br/><br/>Positive Aspects- The Music and the Cinematography. Ankit Tiwari and Amaal Malik create magic with their compositions. Each and every track is soulful and the composers deserve standing ovation. The cinematography is actually great. Malaysia has been shot well. The frames are captured with perfection.<br/><br/>Negative Aspects- This movie needs to be heavily criticized. The director Vikramjit Singh needs to quit right now. The story is so complicated that you&#39;ll feel gutted why you spent 150+ bucks on this pathetic movie. Interval was the best part in the movie. Ranbir Kapoor has to be selective now. He took a break after Besharam and this break didn&#39;t turn out good. Arjun Rampal is so boring in this movie that it is better to spend time in the LOO than watching him on the big screen. Jacqueline looks glamorous. Don&#39;t want to comment on her acting skills. This movie is slow and painful and exact opposite of what you have expected from ROY. Sit at home and enjoy the World Cup or you&#39;ll regret!!<br/><br/>Overall Verdict- I don&#39;t want to spend another minute writing review of this awful movie. I have seen better and I expect better from Ranbir Kapoor. His extended cameo is not the saving face. Using him for the promotion is like misguiding his fans.<br/><br/>Box Office Prediction- Badlapur is lined up next week. So Roy has only one week to torture the audience. 60-70 crores.
The cast and the music had a magnetic effect on me. But once the film reel began rolling, I was experiencing symptoms of depression and schizophrenia.<br/><br/>Roy starts and ends on one single note: blankness. While I am still trying to figure out what the writer intended by conveying such a senseless story, I have not yet recovered from the trauma I had after sitting through two and a half hours of nothingness. Vikramjit Singh&#39;s characters are pretentiously polished: Arjun Rampal as an arrogant writer and director who uses a typewriter, Jacqueline Fernandez as a book-loving, reserved filmmaker, and Ranbir Kapoor as a (mute) thief who drives around in a convertible, you know, for the effect. Yes, Kapoor has a total of fifteen dialogs (including &quot;Ooh,&quot; &quot;Aah,&quot; and &quot;Aao&quot;) in the film. (Also, if you observe, the beginning credits introduces Kapoor to be in a &quot;dynamic role.&quot; What does the director mean by this? If ever I meet the amateur Vikramjit Singh in a coffee house, I&#39;ll make sure that I ask him this question and write a piece about it verbatim.)<br/><br/>The thief in the film introduces himself as a thief so that we don&#39;t misconstrue the makers as thieves for robbing us off through the ticket costs. This happens in less than twenty minutes into it, and I did not need any more proof to consider how bad the film was gonna be. Even if I forgo the snail-paced narration, I cannot forgive Singh for botching up the screenplay. It has the worst screenplay I have seen all this year, and it is a good thing from a Bollywood point of view. The story constructed is so choppy, I bet you will turn to your therapist after watching it.<br/><br/>Bad cinematography and good photography mix together and bring out blues in the exotic locales the film has been shot in. The dialogs are plain bad, and so is the cast performance. Only Rampal comes out as an average player.<br/><br/>If you want me to tell it, then, yes, the music and songs are good. Period. But the score is repetitive, often sampling many of the songs&#39; melodies. I bet most of us have seen the best parts of the movie in the trailer, and if you were to divide Roy, as a film, into two parts: one as the trailer, and one as the film intrinsically, you would have two polarizing videos.<br/><br/>BOTTOM LINE: There is not an iota of thrill in the storyline, nor is the story fathomable. Roy only looks good in the trailer, and for a moment there, I even thought the whole film was a tediously long advertisement for Godrej lockers and CCTV cameras. Regretlessly Avoidable!<br/><br/>Can be watched with a typical Indian family? YES

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