Monthly Archives: May 2014

Shaukeen: Old boys just wanna have fun!

Of all the moments in The Lunchbox that stayed with me the most is the one when Irrfan Khan states, “I don’t know when I became old.” His words are simple, genuine and pinching. Truly, does anyone ever? But the … Continue reading

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Heropanti: Tiger shows promise in a shoddy launch vehicle!

Amazing how Bollywood beats science when it comes to experiencing time travel. Watching Heropanti transported me to an era when the leading man would fall in love with the girl after one fleeting glimpse, when her earring/anklet/scarf would invariably fall … Continue reading

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Revisiting Anupam Kher’s brilliant debut in Saaransh

An elderly man wakes up early morning, draws out his desk and begins writing a letter to his son residing in the United States. The mail isn’t a fancy exercise in eloquence but its simplicity conveys a father’s love, concern … Continue reading

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