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Super filmi week: King’s Speech by SRK

Even as Mumbai’s teenybopper population was drowning in Beiber-sized disappointment, my super-filmi week delighted in a breathtaking journey to Amazon, Satyajit Ray’s fabulous use of fantasy to condemn fascism and Shah Rukh Khan’s gift of enthralling oratory.  Monday   A … Continue reading

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Review: Meri Pyaari Bindu relapses into indefensible stupidity

Sentimentality towards old-fashioned technology is touching but it is no substitute for functionality. But I doubt Meri Pyaari Bindu will understand my point of view busy as it is channelling it as a stylistic tool to generate nostalgia and a script out of … Continue reading

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Review: Dum Laga Ke Haisha will win your heart!

We like to think of ourselves as special. We like to believe we deserve someone special. We mistake special for perfection. When we realise what it truly means, we come of age. Writer and director Sharat Katariya’s Dum Laga Ke … Continue reading

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