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    The Nice Guys
    Director: Shane Black
    Cast: Ryan Gosling, Russell Crowe, Matt Bomer
    Holland March (Gosling) is going through a rough patch in 1977 Los Angeles. A private investigator, March finds an unlikely ally in Jackson Healy (Crowe) — a hired enforcer, who makes a living by hurting people – after the mysterious disappearance of a young woman. Hilarious and action packed, there’s a never a dull moment in the film. Relatively new to the genre of comedy, both Gosling and Crowe have done a good job. . — Team Indulge

    Me Before You FilmSnip1
    Director: Thea Sharrock
    Cast: Emilia Clarke, Sam Claflin, Jenna Coleman
    Set in a charming countryside village in England, this story follows the life of Louisa Clark (Clarke) who suddenly finds her boring life turned upside down when she takes on a job as a caregiver to wheelchair-bound Will Traynor (Claflin), a wealthy young banker. Together, the two embark on the most exciting adventures, in the end, gaining more than what they had signed up for. A heartwarming watch and
    a great effort by Emilia Clarke. — Team Indulge

    Do Lafzon Ki Kahani film
    Director: Kshitij Gulati, Deepak Tijori
    Cast: Randeep Hooda, Kajal Aggarwal
    This is Hooda’s first out-an-out romantic film. And, like always, he gets the nuances of his character right. Here, he is seen in the role of a part-time boxer in Malaysia, who falls in love with a visually-challenged girl, Jenny (Aggarwal), and goes to great lengths to get her eyesight back. It’s disheartening to see sloppy direction, and overly melodramatic dialogues kill Hooda’s performance. Aggarwal fails to make much of an impact. Watch it for Hooda if you must.. — Team Indulge


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