Category Archives: Classics

Revisiting Classics of Hindi Cinema

When Hrithik fulfilled his ultimate Lakshya

When Lakshya was coming out, hype hit the roof. Everything about Farhan Akhtar’s sophomore effort was expected to match the distinction Dil Chahta Hai had achieved three years ago through its contemporary, stylish, easy-going depiction of urban friendships that revolutionised the language of … Continue reading

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Monsoon, Masala, MAST MAST: Celebrating Mohra

Monsoon and Mohra are intertwined in my nostalgia. On screen, Raveena Tandon was making a scintillating first move in the pouring rain wearing an ochre yellow sari on some floor of an under construction building in Versova. Outside, a massive crowd of … Continue reading

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