Monthly Archives: October 2016

Shivaay: A terrific looking terrible film!

Knocked to the ground, Ajay Devgn violently breathes against a sheet of snow. Not too far away from this gasping person lies a hand knitted doll and a bunch of blacked out fellas. It doesn’t take an instruction manual to … Continue reading

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Ae Dil Hai Mushkil Review: Splendidly romantic and richly satisfying

Remember the exuberant genie in Aladdin who fulfills our deepest desire and show us magic we didn’t know exist? Ultimately, he just wants to be set free. That’s when he’ll be his happiest. Love is a lot like that. It thrills, … Continue reading

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Super filmi week: Finding links of life in Dhoni’s Ranchi & Madhuri’s Mujrim!

It’s fascinating to discover links of our lives at the movies. This week I found mine in Sushant Singh Rajput’s irresistible depiction of small town action in an active cricketer’s biopic and recollection of a star-studded shooting in the neighbourhood … Continue reading

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