Monthly Archives: May 2013

Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani: Cheers to youth, exuberance & romance!

‘You can’t have it all. You will miss out on some things. So why not enjoy what’s in hand?,’ recommends Naina enjoying  the gorgeous view from a vantage point of a grand fort, just few minutes short of witnessing a … Continue reading

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The dark sides of Rajesh Khanna & Nanda!

Tracing a film’s history often leads to interesting revelations and why it got made appears as fascinating as how. Like the time, Hollywood director Robert Zemeckis used his spare time between the filming of Cast Away to whip up a … Continue reading

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Aurangzeb: Zippy tempo, rocking performances!

Aurangzeb is primarily about inheritance of character from parent to child.  And the opening underlines this theme with a quote from Roman poet Horace, ‘Deep in the cavern of the infant’s breast; the father’s nature lurks, and lives anew.’ What … Continue reading

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