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Issmile please 📸 #PhotographMovie in Indian theatres now! #RiteshBatra @nawazuddin._siddiqui @sanyamalhotra_
#Photograph , In short, I will definitely say its a beautiful film, a must watch and #Rewatch again. There is so much to write about this film but words are not coming out straight. I will for sure write much more than this after some time but for now, believe me, watch this film. I love Sanya Malhotra's acting and character so much it is so well written and performed. Nawazuddin Siddiqui is superbly believable and yes Dadi was loveable at heart, she is gold. ⠀ .⠀ I watched it in Hindi couldn't find the English version. expect more stuff on this film soon.⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ #Riteshbatra #NawazuddinSiddiqui #SanyaMalhotra #photographMovie #bollywood #hindifilms #movies #films #cinema #hollywood #uriattacks #surgicalstrike #filmediting #cinematography #FilmReview #filmaholic #drama #filmsnotdead #filmmaking #filmforever #filmography #filmbuff #filmlover #moviescenes #moviestowatch #moviestills #bollywoodmovies #cinemalover
Credited goes to @_thebohogirl with @its.indian.photographer “Gateway ke saath Taj madam, saalo badh aap yeh photo dekhegi madam toh apko apke chehre pe yehi dhup dikhayegi degi” #photographphotowalk #photographmovie
फोटोग्राफ सच मे एक फोटोग्राफ है! रियलिटी से कोई वास्ता नहीं। फ़िल्म का full review पढ़े।लिंक डेस्क्रेप्शन मे है☝☝☝☝☝ #honestbollyreview #photographmovie #photographmoviereview #nawazudinsiddiqui #mumbai #followme #morning #post #filmreview
He knows your loniless, bad, sad, etc every moment of your life because he is a photographer, a true lover, love u but not say... Catch your every emotion.. Not say u. So don't let him go.. Your true love... A photographer story. Abhi jo Tera saat Hai wohi Tera Sacha pyar hai.... So don't let go. #photographmovie #moviescene #moviestory #aphotographerstory #singlescreencinema #singlescreen
We rated #PhotographMovie 3.5/5 stars. Agree or Disagree? Check out our Movie Review and let us know! LINK IN BIO!
When I saw your tears that day. It looked like beads of glistening pearls, I put my lips on them, and quenched my thirst. Then with excruciating pain, I vomited There I found those pearls, forming a "garland of Love"... Random ClickZ 11 #myclick #mobilephotograpy #instadaily #blue #chanting #god #portraitphotography #lordshiva #photography #instagrammers #instamood #love #peace #spreadlove #L #lucifer #picoftheday #motivationalquotes #quotes #travelphotography #photographmovie #portraiture #portraitphotographer #portraits_universe #portraitmood #beads #garland #garlandoflove #lordvishnu #Chinese
#PhotographMovie out in Indian theaters! 📸 Book your tickets now - LINK IN BIO. #RiteshBatra @nawazuddin._siddiqui @sanyamalhotra_
"Tantalizing and Out of the Ordinary!?" Check out our Honest Movie Review of the @nawazuddin._siddiqui and @sanyamalhotra_ starrer #Photograph ! LINK IN BIO!
This movie was ..intriguing. The unlikely pairing of the characters may leave you in disbelief but that is where you try let go of your conditioned notions and enter the psyche of Miloni and Rafi. The movie reminded me of Rabindranath Tagore’s lines : Chhoto pran, chhoto kathha, Chhoto chhoto dukkho byathha, Nitantoi shohoj shorol. Sohoshro bismriti raashe Protoho jetechhe bhashi, Tari du chariti oshrujol. Nahi bornonar chhota Ghotonar ghonoghota Nahin totto nahin upodesh. Ontore otripto robey, Shango kore mone hobe, Shesh hoyeo hoilo na (Slices from simple daily lives, daily trials and tribulations which gets lost as memories with each passing days. They are crisp sans any elaborate frills either in words or events nor any preachings. But when you reach the end, the story seems to still persist as some unanswered questions.) Though bit slow, enjoy two movies at the same time- one on screen with unparalleled performances and the other one in your mind attempting to fill in the gaps!! #photographmovie #subtle #solomovienight #shortstories
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In the world full of #Khans and #Kapoors be Nawazuddin Siddique!!! What an actor he is...we really don't deserve such actors 🙏🙏🙏 He deserves far more #Photograph #nawazuddin #nawazuddinsiddiqui #sanyamalhotra #photographmovie
Photograph Review: Engages You In a Realistic Portrait But Doesn’t Last In the Memory! Overall Rating: 6.5/10 Verdict Overall, Photograph is a beautifully captured sensitive story which does make some impact because of its pacifying execution & open-ended climax. However, movie’s pace, length & draggy screenplay significantly lowers the overall appeal. Nawazuddin Siddiqui & Sanya Malhotra are effortlessly brilliant throughout the movie while Director, Ritesh Batra’s metaphoric style, movie’s cinematography & background score give a distinctive raw touch to the movie. Nawazuddin Siddiqui fans & Art-House movie lovers will like Photograph but others might find it difficult to adjust with the reasoning & the pace of this slow-burning Romantic drama. #photographmovie #nawazuddinsiddiqui #nawazuddinsiddiquifans #sanyamalhotra #riteshbatra #romance #romancemovies #romanticstory #romanticmovie #romanticdrama #hindimovie #hindifilm #hindicinema #bollywoodromance #bollywood #bollywoodmovie #bollywoodmovies #bollywoodnews #movies #movie #bollywoodlover #bollywoodfilm #filmbuff #movielove #follow #Cinevo #CINEview #MovieUpdates
When strangers come together to create art ❤️ We had so much fun reading all the haiku you wrote for this challenge. Here are the winners! Check out “Photograph” at your nearest cinema today! @nawazuddin._siddiqui @sanyamalhotra_ @photographamzn
#NowShowing at #GoldCinema : #Photograph starring #NawazuddinSiddiqui , and #SanyaMalhotra ,⠀ Directed by #RiteshBatra ⠀ Produced by #PoeticLicenseProduction #FilmScience ⠀ ⠀ Book your tickets now on our website (link in bio)⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Or our mobile apps (available on Android & iOS)⠀ ⠀ @nawazuddin._siddiqui@sanyamalhotra_@RiteshBatra@AmazonStudio@photographamzn#Photograph #PhotographMovie #Bollywood #Entertainment #Theatre #Movies #Film #Tickets #Drama #Romance #Love
Watch #PhotographMovie in your nearest Indian theatres 📸 Book your tickets now - LINK IN BIO #RiteshBatra @nawazuddin._siddiqui @sanyamalhotra_
- Alia Bhatt looking magnificently elegant , she reminds 2Ms of #Bollywood - Madubala and Madhuri Dixit.  #HappyBirthdayAliaBhatt #Roop #OhBaby #HappyBirthday #photographmovie  #Film #Kalank
Ritesh Batra conveyed a spirit fulfilling feast with his past The Lunchbox. From the one line story of this film until its trailer, it was plainly clear that Ritesh is following a comparable layout. As properly cited in Wikipedia, this film is an affection letter to the city of Mumbai.Batra endeavors to make a universe of wistfulness where there's the excellence of old Hindi film works of art and the enchantment of rain.From photographic artists at the Gateway of India to the ship rides to pakodas on a stormy night to the kaali peelies - the universe of Mumbai unfurls gradually and charmingly as if the film is quietly attempting to be a tribute to the city of dreams and the sentimentality it leaks in with.  Photograph isn't at all The Lunchbox. It falls minimal shorter than its objective. In the event that you can process a melancholic outdated romantic tale, you can appreciate the film. Visit my website for detailed and more reviews. #photographmovie #riteshbatra #nawazudinsiddiqui #sanyamalhotra #georgesylexreviews
Thank you all for loving #PhotographMovie 📸 Book your tickets now - LINK IN BIO! #RiteshBatra @nawazuddin._siddiqui @sanyamalhotra_
Capturing all the love given to #PhotographMovie 📸 Book your tickets now - LINK IN BIO! #RiteshBatra @nawazuddin._siddiqui @sanyamalhotra_
It was a joy working on the Trailer and spots for this film. #photographmovie releases today. Starring #nawazudinsiddiqui #sanyamalhotra
CINECRAFT BUZZ Cast: Sanya Malhotra, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Abdul Quadir Amin, Vijay Raaz, Jim Sarbh Directed By: Ritesh Batra Genre: Drama Story : Rafiq (Nawazuddin Siddiqui), a struggling street photographer at Mumbai’s Gateway of India, convinces a reclusive youngster Miloni (Sanya Malhotra) to pose for a picture. Their chance encounter leads to self-discovery and a fascinating tale of slow-burn romance. Performance: His lead characters solely exchange subtle glances and co-exist in silence, forcing us to read their minds as words don’t come easy to them. Batra’s thought is gorgeous but the overtly restrained treatment doesn’t quite add up and justify its beauty. What does stand out is the brilliance of Nawazuddin Siddiqui. He is the master of his craft and conveys unsaid emotions effortlessly. Sanya underplays a bit too much but gradually holds her own in front of an actor like Nawaz. Positives: Nostalgia, introspection, childhood and simple joys … Photograph (not a selfie, pun intended), tries to embody these emotions and fairly succeeds. The open-ended climax in particular is cleverly done. It makes you ponder and crave for more. Negative: If you seek purpose or motivation behind someone’s certain behaviour, you won’t find it here. The movie eventually struggles to keep you engaged. Unlike Lunchbox, which also revolved around longing, mundane life and companionship, this film lacks solid writing that can conjure up those emotions. Lack of reason makes it all seem inconsequential beyond a point and it does get a bit boring at certain bits. Final Verdict: A refreshing start to the weekend. The movie is intriguing and takes you back in time. Like love and life, it’s uncertain and hopeful. We rate this film 3/5 star. -Milind Rokade #photographmovie #cinebuzz #cinecraftacademyoffilmandtelevision @RiteshBatra @sanyamalhotra_ @nawazuddin._siddiqui @photographamzn @amazonstudios #INOXMovies #INOX #instahub #instadaily #instaposts #Photograph #filmmakinginstitute #filmindustry #photographylife #changes #movieanalysis #movieproduction #photographreviews #bollywood #reviews #review #instareview #instagram #friday #cinecraftacademy
Title - Photograph @nawazuddin._siddiqui excellence to portray emotions without uttering a single word can literally say a lot to you, than actual verbal dialogues do. He is excellent throughout this Ritesh Batra's directorial. Batra, who previously directed The Lunchbox, takes a very unconventional route here. Photograph is far away from Bollywood, but a cinematic excellence. If you like open climatic endings, that leaves more to the imagination, then u r up for a treat. The pace at which the movie runs can test your patience every now and then. @sanyamalhotra_ tries really hard to underplay her role, she fumbles at the start, but catches up with Nawaz eventually. The story required more depth. A good watch for people seeking art in movies. 3.5/5 to the world of photograph. #photograph #photographmovie #photographreviews #bollywood #reviews #review #instareview #instagram #friday #moviereview #nawazuddinsiddiqui #sanyamalhotra #entertainment
#sanyamalhotra at the #photographmovie screening
come,lets Match step with🙈 @sanyamalhotra_ The दंगल girl🤩❤️ and @nawazuddin._siddiqui my inspiration💪🏻❤️ #photographmovie #isomes #isomesmanthan2k19
Smile please 📸 #PhotographMovie releasing tomorrow in Indian theatres. #Screening #RiteshBatra @nawazuddin._siddiqui @sanyamalhotra_
Repost from @officialhumansofbombay using @RepostRegramApp - “I grew up in a small town in UP. I come from a family of farm workers; we were 11 people–my parents & my 9 siblings. I was the oldest, so it fell upon me to take care of them. I made them follow a time table & do their homework. If they were mischievous I’d shout at them–of course, I was the naughtiest! In fact during Diwali, my friends & I would steal diyas! Our family would watch Ram Leela together–my first encounter with acting. My friend played Ram & seeing him left me starstruck! I imagined playing the role myself! After college, I worked in Baroda. There, I watched a play for the first time & the thought of being an actor became a dream. So I went where everybody with a dream of acting goes–Bombay. My parents, who were uneducated, supported me. They said I could do anything as long as I worked hard. My first impression of Bombay was how fast it was. It took me a month to get used to the pace of life–I thought I’d never be able to match up! But slowly I joined the rat race. I wasn’t well off. I’d borrow money from friends, saying I’d return it in 2 days. Two days later, I’d borrow money from someone else and pay the first person back. I lived in a flat with 4 people–it was about survival. But my family had my back. They told me to not give up! My mom didn’t have a mobile, so she’d send me letters & they got me through some really tough times. She’d tell me not to worry & remind me that I was only human & doing my best. So that’s what I did. I did odd jobs–as a watchman, or a coriander seller. I went for a 100 auditions & took every role I got, no matter how small. It took 12 years to get a ‘breakthrough’. It wasn’t easy–the struggle wasn’t beautiful, it was just a struggle. But I did it. I went from a tiny role in Munnabhai to winning a Filmfare for Lunchbox. I went from being unrecognised in Sarfarosh to being known as Ganesh Gaitonde across the nation. I went from being a watchman to becoming the ‘watch me’ man & I’m nowhere near being done, so keep watching–I’m here to stay!” ---- HoB with the makers of #PhotographMovie bring to you the story of Nawazuddin Siddiqui; an ordinary man with a
Congratulations to all the winners of the #PhotographPhotoWalk held in Mumbai and Delhi 📸 And thank you to all the participants for attending the event! #PhotographMovie releases tomorrow in your nearest Indian theatres.
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#Repost @officialhumansofbombay ・・・ “I grew up in a small town in UP. I come from a family of farm workers; we were 11 people–my parents & my 9 siblings. I was the oldest, so it fell upon me to take care of them. I made them follow a time table & do their homework. If they were mischievous I’d shout at them–of course, I was the naughtiest! In fact during Diwali, my friends & I would steal diyas! Our family would watch Ram Leela together–my first encounter with acting. My friend played Ram & seeing him left me starstruck! I imagined playing the role myself! After college, I worked in Baroda. There, I watched a play for the first time & the thought of being an actor became a dream. So I went where everybody with a dream of acting goes–Bombay. My parents, who were uneducated, supported me. They said I could do anything as long as I worked hard. My first impression of Bombay was how fast it was. It took me a month to get used to the pace of life–I thought I’d never be able to match up! But slowly I joined the rat race. I wasn’t well off. I’d borrow money from friends, saying I’d return it in 2 days. Two days later, I’d borrow money from someone else and pay the first person back. I lived in a flat with 4 people–it was about survival. But my family had my back. They told me to not give up! My mom didn’t have a mobile, so she’d send me letters & they got me through some really tough times. She’d tell me not to worry & remind me that I was only human & doing my best. So that’s what I did. I did odd jobs–as a watchman, or a coriander seller. I went for a 100 auditions & took every role I got, no matter how small. It took 12 years to get a ‘breakthrough’. It wasn’t easy–the struggle wasn’t beautiful, it was just a struggle. But I did it. I went from a tiny role in Munnabhai to winning a Filmfare for Lunchbox. I went from being unrecognised in Sarfarosh to being known as Ganesh Gaitonde across the nation. I went from being a watchman to becoming the ‘watch me’ man & I’m nowhere near being done, so keep watching–I’m here to stay!” ---- HoB with the makers of #PhotographMovie bring to you the story of Nawazuddin Siddiqui; an ordinary man with an extraordinary journey.
@suhaas.ahuja showing us love and support @photographamzn 😍 #Repost @photographamzn ・・・ We couldn't have described #PhotographMovie in better words, ourselves! 📸 Releases tomorrow in Indian theatres. #RiteshBatra @nawazuddin._siddiqui @sanyamalhotra_
“I grew up in a small town in UP. I come from a family of farm workers; we were 11 people–my parents & my 9 siblings. I was the oldest, so it fell upon me to take care of them. I made them follow a time table & do their homework. If they were mischievous I’d shout at them–of course, I was the naughtiest! In fact during Diwali, my friends & I would steal diyas! Our family would watch Ram Leela together–my first encounter with acting. My friend played Ram & seeing him left me starstruck! I imagined playing the role myself! After college, I worked in Baroda. There, I watched a play for the first time & the thought of being an actor became a dream. So I went where everybody with a dream of acting goes–Bombay. My parents, who were uneducated, supported me. They said I could do anything as long as I worked hard. My first impression of Bombay was how fast it was. It took me a month to get used to the pace of life–I thought I’d never be able to match up! But slowly I joined the rat race. I wasn’t well off. I’d borrow money from friends, saying I’d return it in 2 days. Two days later, I’d borrow money from someone else and pay the first person back. I lived in a flat with 4 people–it was about survival. But my family had my back. They told me to not give up! My mom didn’t have a mobile, so she’d send me letters & they got me through some really tough times. She’d tell me not to worry & remind me that I was only human & doing my best. So that’s what I did. I did odd jobs–as a watchman, or a coriander seller. I went for a 100 auditions & took every role I got, no matter how small. It took 12 years to get a ‘breakthrough’. It wasn’t easy–the struggle wasn’t beautiful, it was just a struggle. But I did it. I went from a tiny role in Munnabhai to winning a Filmfare for Lunchbox. I went from being unrecognised in Sarfarosh to being known as Ganesh Gaitonde across the nation. I went from being a watchman to becoming the ‘watch me’ man & I’m nowhere near being done, so keep watching–I’m here to stay!” ---- HoB with the makers of #PhotographMovie bring to you the story of Nawazuddin Siddiqui; an ordinary man with an extraordinary journey.
Releasing tomorrow March 15!!! Thank you for the love and support @suhaas.ahuja 😍 #Repost @photographamzn ・・・ We couldn't have described #PhotographMovie in better words, ourselves! 📸 Releases tomorrow in Indian theatres. #RiteshBatra @nawazuddin._siddiqui @sanyamalhotra_
Releasing tomorrow March 15!!! This one is extremely special!! #Repost @photographamzn ・・・ #Miloni and #Rafi spreading love everywhere 📸 Thank you all for the love! #PhotographMovie #RiteshBatra @nawazuddin._siddiqui @sanyamalhotra_
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