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Analysis of Chintu Ka Birthday Movie Trailer

Recently, I watched trailer of an Indian movie 'Chintu Ka Birthday'. The film was created by Satyanshu Singh and Devanshu Singh. They have won the prestigious National Award for their short film 'Tamaash'.

The film 'Chintu Ka Birthday' stars Vinay Pathak, Tillotama Shome, Seema Pahwa, Bisha Chaturvedi, Vedant Raj Chibber, Reginald Barnes, Nate Scholz, Khalid Massou, Mir Mehroos among others.

It was screened in Jagran Film Festival in 2019 and won Best Film (Viewer's Choice) Award there.

The timeline of movie is based on the US Iraq war in 2003. 
As the title  says, the plot of film  revolves around the Chintu's Birthday. 
The Chintu wants his family to celebrate his birthday with his friends. 
The whole family is busy in making preparation for his birthday celebration.
Suddenly, a ear deafening loud noise is being heard and someone knock at their door. Chintu's father opened the door and there are armed US soldiers standing there. 
As they entered the house…

Tenet First Trailer: Christopher Nolan Is Back In Action

The first trailer of Tenet has been out. Tenet is upcoming movie of Christopher Nolan. Tenet is the 11th movie directed by Christopher Nolan. The film included the following cast of actors;  John David Washington, Robert Pattison, Dimple Kapadia, Michael Caine, Denzil Smith and so on.

Here is the First Full trailer of Christopher Nolan's Tenet:


The final trailer analysis of Joker

Warner Bros has released the final full trailer of Tod Phillips' Joker and its a gritty take on DC's iconic villian of the Batman Comic Series.
The trailer for Joaquin Phoenix's Joker depicts the legendary character in a more sympathetic light, the protagonist of the story instead of unhinged antagonist to Batman.


The final trailer of Joker has been released ahead of its Venice Film Festival premiere.
The Joaquin Phoenix's character is named as Arthur Fleck, who is struggling to find his place in Gotham city of 70s. An aspiring comedian, he soon finds himself gaining fame in an unlikely, sinister manner.
“We didn’t follow anything from the comic books, which people are gonna be mad about,” Phillips said to Empire. “We just wrote our own version of where a guy like Joker might come from. That’s what was interesting to me. We’re not even doing Joker, but the story of becoming Joker. It’s about this man.” Phoenix, who has avoided comic book films to date, explained that it was…