Tag Archives: 1985

Revisiting the angst and fury of Sunny Deol’s Arjun

The angst and frustration of Arjun Malvankar resonated with an entire generation of youngsters. Manish Rathore, a businessman in Lucknow and one of the greatest movie enthusiasts I know, holding a rich archive of magazine cuttings and yesteryear knowledge, calls … Continue reading

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Khamosh: The deafening scream. The deadening silence.

A certain enigma builds around films you (desire to but) did not get to see as a kid. Like I wasn’t even born when Jaani Dushman came out. Years later, in the days of cable TV-free existence, my nanny recounted … Continue reading

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