Monthly Archives: July 2015

Review: Salman gets it right in Bajrangi Bhaijaan!

Children are strange, surreal beings. Their curious, unworldly eyes, cherubic smiles and carefree approach that neither knows guile nor caution can soften the severest of Scrooges and Selfish Giants. Sometimes it even makes heroes out of them. Kabir Khan’s Bajrangi … Continue reading

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Baahubali is everything I expected it to be — mega, ingenious and envelope pushing!

Three years back I watched my first Telugu film on big screen and the experience was so awesome, I struggled to find the words that’d do justice to the wonderment I felt. It was an S S Rajamouli film named … Continue reading

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Revisiting Sanjeev Kumar’s masterful, must-watch Dastak

Snapshots of Mumbai’s various landmarks, operational mills, crammed roads teeming with double-deckers, towering skyline overlooking rickety slums captioned in a lingering visual of Bombay Central station frame the black and white opening credits of Dastak. A city of dreams and … Continue reading

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