Bachpan Ek Dhokha Movie Review, Rating and Public talk

Bachpan Ek Dhokha Movie Review and Rating:

Suspense marking the return of b-largest city dance icon Helen undisputed queen in a never seen the musical thriller role. The film produced by Manish Aggarwal, Kashish Aggarwal and Anish Aggarwal under the banner Power Entertainment and presented by Dechem Group ‘Bachpan Ek Dhokha’ hits theatres next February 6, 2015.

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Rating: Coming Soon

Ek Dhoka Bachpan Cast and Crew:

Star Cast: Helen, Tom Alter, Padmini Kolhapure, Mohnish Bahl, Rahul Roy, Aishwarya Sakhuja, Rishab Jain, Bhoomika Sharma, J Brandon Hill

Director: Rajiv Sharma

Producer: Manish Aggarwal, Kashish Aggarwal, Manish Aggarwal

Production Company: Power Entertainment

Music: Gourav Das Gupta

Background Music: Roshan Balu, Sachin Balu

Lyrics: Shellee

Cinematography: W B Rao

Editing: Sanjay Verma

Art Direction: Chokas Bharadwaj

Dialogues: Hriday Lani

Action Director: Abbas Ali Moghul

Running time: 123 Minutes

Language: Hindi

Bachpan Ek Dokha Trailer:

Story of the film:

Suspense filled -a drama “Ek Bachpan Dhokha ‘revolves around fun, frolic and carefree childhood that turn into torture intentional / unintentional and trauma inflicted upon them because of the actions of their parents.

This is the story of a middle class Indian family consists of a Christian than a pair Nicole (Padmini Kolhapure) and Nicholas (Mohnish Behl), and their four children the place – eldest son – Nick (17), elder daughter – Nancy (16 years) and double siblings Ness & Nikki (6 years) Nicole and her children living spirit is broken when Nicolas, the head of the family dies leaving suddenly behind huge debts.

Nicole decides to take the place of the parent. Nancy and Nick are initially reluctant to go together, but their concerns about the move to an unknown place disappear and their happy spirits as they arrive at a palatial mansion which is the home of their grandparents.

But their wonderful day hope was short-lived as a major twist occurs and all the children are confined in some other end of the house.

They are separated from their mothers and kept in virtual captivity in a large room under the hawk eye as suspect and their grandmother aka Granny (Helen Khan). Here they are subjected to incessant torture grandmother and their grandfather (Tom Alter) Butler Daryl and Man Friday Samuels (Brandon Hill).

Why this treatment is meted out to them, they are at a complete loss to understand out..Even viewers are wondering why is it done for them. Meanwhile, they get together to survive in this virtual prison.

At a crucial junction mother decides to leave the house immediately with the children. Now his attempt is thwarted by the butler and grandmother.

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