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Finding Fanny is a joy to discover!

Finding Fanny opens to the sound of a loud sob and barking dogs. Somewhere in fictitious Pocolim of real Goa, an old postmaster Ferdie (Naseeruddin Shah) is wailing like a baby because he’s discovered a 46-year-old proposal he wrote to … Continue reading

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Chakravyuh has nothing new to offer!

A dramatised account of real events is effective so long it is both expressive and informative in a sensible measure. But Prakash Jha’s Chakravyuh, which builds its nucleus around the Naxalite activities in East of India, employs familiar ploys and … Continue reading

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