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Thursday 14 May 2020

2020 famouse Hindi picture Collection enjoy your favourite FlLLM entertainment.

2020 famouse Hindi picture Collection enjoy your  favourite FlLLM entertainment.

This calendar shows the complete list of new and Bollywood Hindi mFlLMies released by their producers (January-01-2020 to December -20-220). Release dates may change over time by their manufacturers. For a full FlLM list of 2020, including FlLMs released and under production, please check out the list below this calendar.

Story: When Jaya's passion for kabaddi returns, she decides to return to the sport at the age of 32. But now it will be an easy journey again in the national team burdened with domestic responsibilities as a mother? And wife.
Review: Jaya Nigam's (Kangana Ranaut) life is spread across the household - motherhood and a job in the railways - when the passion she had some years ago connects with her. At one point, the captain of the national kabaddi team, he now struggles for life between his seven-year-old son, Adi (Yagya Bhasin), housework and her Humrad job. And in the midst of all this she rarely makes time for herself even though her husband Prashant (Jassi Gill) is supportive enough and they have a beautiful relationship. Moreover, Jaya is an all-out dotting mother, extra cautious and always anxious. So when Adi stumbles upon the fact that she was a star player and wants to see his play again, he decides to make fun of her for a while, even then.

'Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior' Story: 

The FlLM  traces the life of Tanhaji Malusare, a Maratha warrior who was a close ally and military leader of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. It focuses on the famous battle of Sinhag of (uses February, 1 February70), in which Tanhaji saw Rajput Udayabahen fighting against the Marathas for day Rangzeb.
'Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior' Review: Under the Treaty of Purandar, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj (Sharad Kelkar) endorsed 23 Rangzeb (Luke Kenny), including Kondhana (now called Sinhag), which was of strategic importance. Queen Jijabai (Padmavati Rao) swore that she would walk barefoot until the fort was captured by the Marathas.

Four years later, Aurang sends Rangzeb Udayabahen (Saif Ali Khan) with a huge army and a huge cannon called 'Nagin' to ensure that Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj cannot recapture the fort. When Shivaji Maharaj plans a campaign, he does not want to send his faithful lieutenant and dear friend Subedar Tanhaji Malusare to the battlefield, as the latter is going to marry his son.

 When Tanhaji finds out about the 'campaign', he requests Shivaji Maharaj to give him a chance to win Kondh. His wife Savitribai (Kajol) proves his silence power. Despite the evil intentions of some like Pisal (Ajinkya Dev), Tanhaji works to enter the fort which is considered impenetrable. A fierce battle ensues where Tanhaji fights the deadly Udayabahen. While the story is well known, many creative liberties have been taken to attract the attention of the audience.

Ajay Devgn is at the top in the role of Tanhaji, a brave Maratha warrior with all his strength. They give strength through subtlety and restraint, keeping the spirit of patriotism high at all times. Kajol, Savitribai, as Tanhaji's strong and supportive wife, counts her limited screen time with a convincing performance. Saif as Udayabhan Overpowers; He brings out the brutality and divine imprint of his character with dexterity and ferocity. In a few moments of his wicked madness, he was really adding a touch of humor to the scene, while smiling at one of the obscurities himself. This is one of Saif's most outstanding performances. Another high point of the FlLM is the casting of the main characters. Sharad Kelkar sees the part as Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj and brings the necessary gravity to the part of the warrior-king.


Salesmen Aman Tripathi (Jitendra Kumar) and Kartik Singh (Ayushman Khuranna) find love in the capital Delhi, where they live in oblivion and their relationship grows and flourishes without being tormented. However, the problems start when he decides to go back to Allahabad and convince Aman's parents to accept him.


 Karthik comes to his 'blacksmith' father as a teenager and has to face him, and so the idea of ​​judging him and being ridiculed doesn't bother him much. But his younger partner, Aman, fears the very idea of ​​an ugly confrontation with his people. While Karthik is still hopeful that his passionate romance will melt the tripartite, Aman knows better - the chance of mass acceptance is on the side of the impossible!

The opening scene of this romantic comedy manages to snatch a huge smile from you, such a fiery Karthik and his upheaval, yet personal, love charm of Aman. The couple is seen chasing a train to Allahabad, where they usually fight on the battlefield with the traditional mentality of family members and society.