Monthly Archives: May 2015

Rockstar Ranaut doubly delights in Tanu Weds Manu Returns!

Never judge a marriage by its wedding. Once the dazzle of unrestrained celebration fades out and rose-tinted glasses fall off the nose, stress of matrimony rapidly sets in leaving the best of couples struggling from disappointment and rancour. Even the … Continue reading

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Bombay Velvet: Too bloodless to stun, too passionless to stir!

Cluttered with reminders of the past, the Bombay in Anurag Kashyap’s brand new movie pretends to exist in the late 1960s. Posters of classic movies and advertisements, archived headlines, trams and vintage car models, a city and its neighbourhoods still … Continue reading

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Review: A letter to Piku, gem of a film!

Dearest Piku, I don’t know if I’m writing to you or to the movie that’s named after you. Perhaps both. Everything about you and your precious relationships spoke to me, stirred me and I wish you could hear how deeply … Continue reading

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