Monthly Archives: December 2013

Dhoom 3 lives up to its title in this start-to-finish Aamir Khan show!

The Dhoom brand has always been about the bad guy. It may not necessarily glorify evil but glamourizing its illegal and implausible actions takes precedence in the Yashraj produced series. If Dhoom worked John Abraham’s ‘Fast and Furious’ energy for … Continue reading

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The Hobbit–The Desolation of Smaug: Enter the Dragon!

With over a decade spent immersed in Middle Earth literature, the scale and specifications of J R R Tolkien’s sprawling fantasy novels are so deeply entrenched in director Peter Jackson’s being, it renders his adaptations a fearlessness, which allows him … Continue reading

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Kora Kagaz: Scenes from a crumbling marriage.

Marriage is a complex institution. It brings its own share of requirements, rewards and challenges. Too bad one isn’t handed a manual at the time of tying the knot, only experiences render a lesson in maturity. Blissful companionship can only … Continue reading

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