Monthly Archives: June 2018

Super Filmi Week: Madhuri Dixit’s beauty of imperfections

Monday ‘We used to discuss pimple remedies!!!’ With that one candid disclosure film journalist Anupama Chopra breaks Madhuri Dixit’s guard and the monotony of prerelease interviews. Watching them giggle over the memory like schoolgirls, I begin to recall how the … Continue reading

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Revisiting Mr India, the Bollywood superhero everybody loves

When I first watched Mr India, I was about the same age as some of the kids in the film. Like most young viewers at the time, I was completely sold on Anil Kapoor’s marvellous invisibility watch. Desi movie merchandise isn’t … Continue reading

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Veere Di Wedding: A superficial, sassy celebration of sisterhood

Veere Di Wedding is about four girlfriends, one wedding and an A-certificate.  It’s almost as if a gorgeous box of bonbons stumbled upon a mountain of bullets. But the only rounds fired are the expletives shooting off its four female … Continue reading

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