Tag Archives: Asit Sen

Waheeda Rehman’s haunting melancholy in Khamoshi.

Kindness respires in the word ‘nurse’ both as a role and action. But what if her unconditional nurturing and consideration in the garb of research/treatment sows seeds of attachment and an undisclosed need for reciprocation? Asit Sen’s Khamoshi documents the … Continue reading

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Junglee: Loads to Yahoo about in Shammi-Saira’s breezy romance!

There was a time when Kashmir formed the backdrop of every single significant romance in Hindi films. It’s lush green valleys, snow-clad mountains, picturesque gardens, serene lakes adorned by pretty shikaras and welcoming locals clad in traditional costumes and accessories … Continue reading

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