Hindi Film Kingsman: The Golden Circle (English) Free Download
They justly hail this as a return of the force for James Bond. But, besides a most welcome return of the bullet, Kingsman 2 thrives on the social commentary of its predecessor. The political stances are of a progressive, liberal kind, and they are set out in the first 20 minutes. It’s no coincidence that they’re delivered by Kick-Ass’ Alan Cumming, whose sharp tongue, quick wit and sheer radiance serve to remind us of this original’s lovable but possibly troublesome boy-toy. Luckily, The Kingsman directors are also aware that fun and substance can comfortably inhabit the same space, and they go all out with this sequel’s pantomime. From Tina Turner’s “River Deep, Mountain High” to the Godfather’s “Bella Donna” and “Unforgettable,” the soundtrack is as pop-savvy as the stunts and spins. The action is all sharp angles and sharp cuts.
In Bollywood’s film industry, films that are deemed to be box-office winners tend to have no release date and often are never seen by anyone. Such was the fate of The Final Tithe by Shesh, a film that was financed by Reliance Entertainment for a price of Rs. 75 crores and was produced by Viacom 18 in association with the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry. After 14 years, the film was declared a Blockbuster by the Indian Film Industry Council in order to give it publicity and have it released across the country. The Final Tithe, a film with the tagline that “A cow which is not milked once a year becomes unproductive and a hoof is a sin,” is a story of a middle-class family in a small town that is known to be a multi-millionaire land owner in the region. The film revolves around a tragic incident that takes place in the family, and how it affects the rest of the family members. Read more