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Dhoom 3 stars Aamir Khan, Katrina Kaif, Abhishek Bachchan, Uday Chopra & Jackie Shroff in lead roles. Dhoom 3 is the first Bollywood Movie to be shot in IMAX format

Dhoom 3 is directed by Vijay Krishna Acharya of Tashan fame & produced by Aditya Chopra for Yash Raj Films

Dhoom 3 Release Date: 20th December 2013

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Presenting the First Teaser Trailer of Dhoom 3 starring Aamir Khan, Abhishek Bachchan, Uday Chopra & Katrina Kaif.

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Dhoom 3 is directed by Vijay Krishna Acharya of Tashan fame and produced by Aditya Chopra for Yash Raj Films

Dhoom 3 Releases on 20 December 2013

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Watch The New Theatrical Trailer of Aamir Khan’s forthcoming movie – Talaash

Talaash Releases worldwide on 30th November 2012

Talaash is directed by Reema Kagti & co-stars Kareena Kapoor, Rani Mukherjee, Rajkumar Yadav & Nawazuddin Siddiqui.

Talaash is produced by Aamir Khan, Farhan Akhtar & Ritesh Sidhwani

Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries) Movie Review and Audience Verdict

Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries) Movie Review and Audience VerdictCast – Aamir Khan, Prateik Babbar , Monica Dogra, Kriti Malhotra and Kitu Gidwani.

Directed by Kiran Rao

Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries) Movie Runtime – 1 Hour 35 Minutes

Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries) Critics Rating – 6.5/10

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Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries) Movie Review by Movie Critics

Taran Adarsh (BollywoodHungama.com) 4/5

On the whole, DHOBI GHAT is an imposing and vibrant cinematic portrait, appending itself to the new wave of independent Indian cinema which I am extremely pleased to applaud. It is art house cinema with European sensibilities, embellished with a well thought out story that’s devoid of cliches. This ingenious motion picture caters more to the intelligentsia and connoisseurs of world cinema and will therefore garner more patronage and benefaction from the metropolitan audience in India chiefly and global spectators predominantly.

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Sonil Dedhia (Rediff) 3/5

Kiran Rao has tried to be as realistic as possible, and that’s the USP of the film. Her choice of subject and handling is one of the reasons that makes this film watchable. Dhobi Ghat is sure to find a niche audience and will be a hit in festival circuits. Being a Mumbai-centric film, it may connect with the audience in the city. But it needs to be seen whether it will find takers in other parts of the country.

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Khalid Mohamed (PassionForCinema.com)  2.5/5

Kiran Rao’s first feature film is uneven, particularly in the writing. It’s neither totally impressive nor totally dismissable. Should you see Dhobi Ghat, then? Yes, if only to get away from the washing machine.

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Kaveree Bamzai (India Today) 4/5

Rao’s film is like fresh air, as elusive in Mumbai’s leaky chawls as in its smoky drawing rooms. Some directors use sledgehammers to make their point. Others use a scalpel. Well, welcome the scalpel.

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Rajeev Masand (CNN-IBN) 3/5

‘Dhobi Ghat’ is occasionally indulgent and moves at a glacial pace. Yet Rao creates some endearing characters, and embraces Mumbai despite its dichotomies. The result is a film that slowly grows on you. If you have an open mind and an appetite for the experimental, take a bite out of this one.

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Baradwaj Rangan (Blogical Conclusion) 5/5

Forget the rangy big points. It’s the sculpted small-moment that marks this elegant elegy to Mumbai.

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Nikhat Kazmi (The Times of India) 4/5

A lyrical ode to the modern malady — metro-eccentricity — Dhobi Ghat is intelligent and artistic cinema.

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Aseem Chhabra (Outlook India) 3.5/5

Dhobi Ghat has a sad soul, but it is a very satisfying film-going experience.

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Sarita Tanwar (Mid-Day India) 3.5/5

Dhobi Ghat is Unusual, but definitely worth watching, it is mature, open-minded and thought-provoking.

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Minty Tejpal (Mumbai Mirror) 2/5

Despite the slick, haunting promos and coordinated media build up, Dhobi Ghat strictly remains an art house film with limited appeal, and its subtitle, Mumbai Diaries, captures the genre of the film correctly.

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Sonia Chopra (Sify Movies) 3.5/5

Kiran Rao’s directorial debut is immersing, throbbing and full of life. Don’t expect a commercial entertainer, this isn’t one.

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Subhash K. Jha (IBOS Network) 4.5/5

Dhobi Ghat is like that rich tapestried melody whose metre and rhythm you cannot ever forget even though the lines may be forgotten. A nostalgic elegiac enigmatic journey into the heart and soul of Bombay before the city became Mumbai it’s a splendid slice-of-life film with no camera consciousness visible in any of the characters. This is cinema at its purest shot in places where cameras are not allowed.

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Mayank Shekhar (Hindustan Times) 3.5/5

This film is first-rate tribute; it’s visceral, I realise — both clichés for compliments. Nothing more appropriate comes to mind.

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Raja Sen (Rediff) 2.5/5

The film comes across as earnest but hollow

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Anupama Chopra (NDTVMovies.com) 3/5

Dhobi Ghat is an acquired taste. Either the film will sink into your skin like a slow ache or it will be bewildering and downright boring.

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Blessy Chettiar (DNA India) 2/5

Despite refreshing performances, Dhobi Ghat is a letdown

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Pankaj Sabnani (Glamsham.com) 2.5/5

DHOBI GHAT is surely a different and brave step in Indian cinema; but not exactly a pleasing one.

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K.K Rai (Stardust India) 3/5

The movie belongs to intelligentsia with its storyline based on the city of Mumbai. The film will find many takers at the multiplexes of metros and is likely to be patronized by those who relish world cinema more than anything else. A brilliant flick from Kiran Rao.

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Komal Nahta (KoiMoi.com) 1/5

Dhobi Ghat is a gentry film for a very select audience which likes festival films. It will have to rely on Aamir Khan’s presence in its cast and the Republic Day holiday mid-week to take its collections to a somewhat respectable level.

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Satyen K. Bordoloi (NowRunning.com) 4/5

Every year literally hundreds of thousands throng to the city of dreams, Mumbai. To cover so many dreams in a small span of an-hour-and-a-half calls for some brilliant filmmaking. And watching “Dhobi Ghat” will make you realise that there indeed have been very few debuts as stunning as this one.

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Sukanya Venkatraghavan (Filmfare) 3/5

Dhobi Ghat is a bright little postcard that will hold your attention for a few seconds and make you smile. And it’s a moody painting that will entice you to linger and stare and stay with you forever. Either ways it’s made of the stuff that makes life what it is. Down to the last intriguing detail.

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Shubhra Gupta (Indian Express) 2.5/5

`Dhobi Ghat’ is a strangely uneven film. Its beginning feels amateurishly put together ; as it heads onwards, though, it finds an easy, flowing rhythm with just the occasional stutter.

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Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries) Videos & The Making of Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries) Featurette

Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries) Promo Videos and The Making of Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries)

Dhobi Ghat Official Theatrical Trailer

Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries) Promo 1 (English)

Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries) Promo 2

Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries) Promo 3

The Making of Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries) – Casting Munna Featurette

The Making of Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries) – Casting Shai Featurette

The Making of Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries) – Casting Arun Featurette

The Making of Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries) – Casting Yasmin Featurette

The Making of Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries) – Casting Featurette

The Making of Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries) – About The Film Featurette

The Making of Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries) – Discovering Mumbai Featurette

The Making of Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries) – Multiple Formats Featurette

The Making of Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries) – Living On Location Featurette

The Making of Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries) – At Toronto Film Festival Featurette

Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries) Curtain Raiser Part 1

Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries) Curtain Raiser Part 2

Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries) Curtain Raiser Part 3

Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries) Movie Review By The Hollywood Reporter

Dhobi Ghat Mumbai Diaries Movie Review by The Hollywood Reporter

**UPDATE – To Check Out Dhobi Ghat Movie Reviews by Indian Movie Critics,  Please check this post –

http://www.watchitornot.com/dhobi-ghat-mumbai-diaries-movie-review-and-audience-verdict/

Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries) Movie Review by Kirk Honeycutt – The Hollywood Reporter

The Hollywood Reporter brings us the 1st Review of the Much Awaited Aamir Khan starrer Dhobi Ghat.  Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries) is the first Directorial venture of Aamir Khan’s wife – Kiran Rao, and it marks the debut of Singer Turned Actor – Monica Dogra (she sang the song – Dooriyaan bhi hai Zaroori in Break Ke Baad)  and Assistant Costume Designer and former participant of Reality TV Show “MTV Roadies”Kriti Malhotra along with Aamir Khan and Prateik Babbar in the lead roles.

Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries) Releases Worldwide on Friday, 21 January 2011.

Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries) Movie Review by Kirk Honeycutt (The Hollywood Reporter)

Dhobi Ghat is no vanity project; rather, it is a fully realized art film with European sensibilities that intertwines the stories of four characters from different worlds but the same lonely, overcrowded city.

In the intersection of these four people and one city, Rao locates a host of dreams, desires, fears and tragedies. Her stories touch on art, photography, poverty, crime and Mumbai’s indelible sense of mystery. In a city where everything is perishable, subject to constant change, four people struggle to send down roots, to discover a sense of belonging. It’s almost a quixotic ambition, but then so is a dhobi dreaming of movie stardom.

Through Arun’s paintings, Shai’s black-and-white photos and Yasmin’s video diary, the movie draws you into the mystery and melancholy that is Mumbai. Each of its characters is vividly sketched yet they are only sketches: You don’t fully grasp any of them. Their lives and personalities remain partially hidden.

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