Tag Archives: 1980

Khubsoorat: Of pranks & prejudice!

What impresses me constantly about Hrishikesh Mukherjee’s films is his composed, blithe perspective of society and its workings. Where the unpleasant nature of conflict is most concentrated to harvest drama, he’d look at the same reality with a sense of … Continue reading

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The seductive imagery of Feroz Khan’s Qurbani

A shiny disco ball, abundant lens flare, a bunch of semi-clad juniors on guitars and drums while a ultra glamorous Zeenat Aman, dressed in a slinky red gown with loooong slits highlighting her loooong legs, sashays to Nazia Hassan’s delicate … Continue reading

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