Calendar Girls
Madhur Bhandarkar`s sexiest film!
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Calendar Girls

Hindi
Drama
25 Sep, 2015
2 hrs 11 mins
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4,353 votes
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SYNOPSIS
The film focuses on five girls who hail from different regions of India, and who have been selected to pose for the country`s most prestigious annual calendar which is a joint effort between business tycoon Rishabh Kukreja and his photographer friend Timmy Sen.
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Verdict: Edgy, sexy and entertaining. Over the years, Madhur Bhandarkar has become Bollywood`s go-to filmmaker for bold, unflinching films that also manage to entertain. Calendar Girls, which explores the seedy underbelly of the glamour world, fits right into his filmography. In fact, Calendar Girls feels like a natural progression for the director who has shown us []... ...Read full review
At one stage in the film, which up until then has been swimming in a sea of predictable cliches about the glamour world, a spiky little plot-point yanks back our wandering attention: a calendar girl attends a funeral, and her `fee for so doing is a couple of cool lakhs. ...Read full review
Slapdash and sanctimonious, Calendar Girls is a stunner, but for all the wrong reasons. It is stunning in its sheer stupidity. One of the girls alluded to in the title, a Lahore lass from London, is quickly reduced in aamchi Mumbai to servicing sex-starved politicians, industrialists and diplomats. Another, a Hyderabad girl now married to a philandering jetsetter from a wealthy Jodhpur clan, lectures the former on third-rate and characterless escorts who sell their bodies and souls for money. ...Read full review
A few agonising Madhur Bhandarkar films over the years and I am imagining this is how his script factory functions. So let`s start with the essentials; 1. Get an intense looking cop, preferably with red rimmed eyes; call a Marathi actor. 2. A rich industrialist whose introductory scene will be in a board room meeting, awkwardly deriding some extras in suits; call Suhel Seth. ...Read full review
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