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Bajrangi Bhaijaan......looks another cool movie from Salman Khan..




RBO
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Originally posted by Fido

Watched Bahubali last weekend , Next weekend going out for a Bruce Peninsula trip.

Intend to watch Bajrangi Bhaijaan tonight @ 6 15 pm ..

Should a line up be expected and if yes , how much before should one reach the ticket window to get tickets for the 6 15 show ??

Do they book online or by phone in advance ... Any other tips ... like after collecting the tickets should one be in the line up for admission to the hall or stroll around and come back after 10 mins before the show.



Hi Fido,

IMO, Best time to reach at theater is at least before 5.00 p.m. because every Tuesday price is $6 per person and definitely you will see tons of people are in line up to get tickets....especially right now vacation is going on so you will see more families instead of single or couples... ;)

Albion Cinema they do not do online booking...you have to stand up in line like India to get tickets and again line up to go inside the hall... :D

when you enter make sure line up on right side for tickets because other line is to enter inside the hall.....

if possible send one person ahead to go and get the tickets for you and you can always joint them later on....:cheers:

all the best.....:)

Post your reviews after watching the movie......:clap:


 
Post ID: 225092 28-07-15 13:27:47
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lemon925
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You can book online. Be there an hour before if you want good seat.

 
Post ID: 225093 28-07-15 13:38:32
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Fido
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Thanks RBO & L925.

In which case it appears that watching it on a non Tuesday day looks to be a better option to escape the crowd...

Shall post feedback for sure but I am sure the film is quite popular already :)

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Post ID: 225095 28-07-15 14:13:24
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Fido
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I watched the movie last Wednesday ... Got lost in it ... Here's my review ...

a. The movie is away from reality no doubt ... Don't know which to believe more ~ the movie or the following day's headline of Wasim Akram being shot at ... Or the crowds which one sees in Kashmir raising anti India / pro Pakistan slogans.... So the movie sure hits your senses .

b. More so because it was a Salman Khan movie ... in an uncharacteristic Salman Khan role .. The guy is known for his flamboyance , hit dance numbers and charismatic star appealing movies .... The movie is off beat .... may not satisfy people who went to see something else from an SK movie .

c. After a couple of days , better sense prevails .. yes there may be people like that in Pakistan .. there must be .. not every one is a Terrorist there also...

d. Salman Khan did an excellent challenging performance and did justice to the role ..Unlike any of his other movies except ( may be 'Tere Naam') .

e. Overall a good meaningful movie , may not be fully entertaining but meaningful Yes and an attempt to show peace on both sides ... nothing wrong in that .

f. As always Nawajuddin was a hit ' Jai Shree Ram' - ' Pakistan mein bhee bhai jaan ? ' .... But you cannot beat Om Puri who just melts into any character he plays ...... signs of a great actor ..... Does any one remember him in 'The Wolf' opposite Jack Nicholson ??

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Post ID: 225685 11-08-15 16:04:13
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febpreet
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a. The movie is away from reality no doubt



Aren't all Bollywood movies away from reality? Was 'Gadar - Ek Prem Katha' even possible in the real life? Wasn't 'Veer-Zara' a spoof, and as much far from reality? What about 'Ek Tha Tiger'?

If we are watching out an out Masala entertainer, then it's expected. It's just a fruition of a creator's fictional mind. Cinematic liberty is the word I was trying to find. :).


 
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Fido
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Yes they are - all Bollywood movies are fiction .

But the difference lies in the extent they are away from reality... is what makes them easier or difficult to believe ... Indo Pak rivalry is too big a reality to be overcome easily ... :)

To explain my point , you do see elephants and horses close to the heroes but never tigers and lions ...if a movie exhibited that , it would be a little harder to believe.

Having said that , once this pre imaged notion has been over come , BB is a good attempt to foster ties and relationships ..... but beware and don't take tigers for elephants !!

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Post ID: 225695 12-08-15 10:53:17
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san-hugo
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Upcoming movie - 'Manjhi the Mountain Man' is not away from reality at least. Seems like good cinema work by Ketan Mehta. May earn entry to foreign film nomination.


 
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