Monthly Archives: April 2014

Kaanchi: Impassive vendetta flick masquerading as meaningful propaganda!

As I sat through Subhash Ghai’s latest offering, an impassive vendetta flick masquerading as meaningful propaganda in an empty suburban theatre of Mumbai for nearly two and half hours, I looked at my watch, empty notepad (I like to scribble … Continue reading

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Bhoothnath Returns: Well-intentioned but overlong, simplistic.

A conscientious ghost decides to contest elections opposite a criminal candidate and seeks mandate from the gullible public while emphasising on how a worthy candidate shouldn’t be judged by the nature of his existence but by his scruples and merit. … Continue reading

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Team Andaz Apna Apna forever!

Can I look at a plate of oranges and not think about Salman Khan’s proposal jinxed by an upset tummy? Can I resist this childish urge to play football whenever I see a bunch of glasses filled with what may … Continue reading

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