Monthly Archives: November 2012

Talaash: A riveting blend of suspense and sentiment

Analysis is the birthright of murder mysteries. And there are three sub-genres to it – one which deliberates on the technique and scheme of an execution, the other which relies on the shock and surprise of who did it and … Continue reading

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Breaking Dawn 2: At last, there will be no blood!

Fairy-tales are often criticised for pigeon-holing the heroine with a one-dimensional, unambitious and soppy temperament. Her only ever agenda is to somehow acquire a smitten Prince Charming,  kiss his perfectly-etched lips and fulfill her ultimate destiny of a happily-ever-after. But … Continue reading

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