Monthly Archives: August 2014

Rani Mukerji turns into Liam Neeson for Mardaani!

“Jis duniya mein maa-behne rishte nahi gaali hain. Uss duniya se maryada ke rishte saare todungi,” screams an eye-catching tagline of Mardaani’s poster. You’d think there’s a point behind this relatable sentiment? But no, five minutes into the film and … Continue reading

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Singham Returns has its whistle-worthy moments!

At some point, super cop Bajirao Singham takes off his shirt and smacks it on the chief minister’s palm. That’s a Rohit Shettyism for resignation. Without any second thought, his superior and subordinates in the room, building, neighbourhood and entire … Continue reading

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Anand Math and its immortal chant of Vande Mataram

‘We are here to rescue you,’ a British officer explains to a local village woman “because your people don’t like its ruler.” ‘You don’t need to poke your nose in our internal matters,” she scoffs. The tone of this exchange, … Continue reading

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