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Bewakoofiyaan tries to be too many things at once!

Is it a date movie about a happy-go-lucky boy meeting his darling girl’s difficult daddy? Is it about the repercussions of recession and unemployment on qualified or laid-off contenders? Is it a cautionary tale of materialistic, spendthrift, credit card-swiping yuppie … Continue reading

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This Nautanki stretches for too long, Saala!

When it comes to recounting an event or anecdote, I have encountered two kinds of people. There’s one who can engross over the plainest of stories by embellishing it with colourful expression and vivid details. The other, however, can turn … Continue reading

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