Monthly Archives: August 2015

Manjhi The Mountain Man is watchable for Nawaz. And Nawaz alone.

  There’s a wondrous quality to grand gestures, hyperboles holding true and against-all-odds triumph. With so much to be disappointed about and so little inspiration, any shred of truth in extraordinary achievements and impressive individuals infuses hope. Such magnificent reality … Continue reading

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Brothers: A nearly three hour long cacophonous music video!

Remember Amar and Prem’s encounter in Sevaram’s queer guesthouse wherein they grab and smother each other pretending to hug it out till the latter is reminded of Ramanand Sagar’s Bharat-Ram reunion episode? Believe it or not but that’s exactly what … Continue reading

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Jab Pyar Kisise Hota Hai: When Dev-Asha made the audience go Uff Yumma!

Speckled in song, dance and romance, Nasir Hussain’s feel-good, frothy creations are a breeze to sit through. It’s a formula the filmmaker never strayed from and which soon became his identity. Where many would develop a bloated head over the … Continue reading

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