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Tubelight: Nothing dazzle worthy about Salman’s boring, bogus naïveté

Salman Khan as a wide-eyed, pure-hearted paragon of virtue alongside a knee-high angel made for some heartrending drama in Kabir Khan’s Bajrangi Bhaijaan. The director recreates this imagery to make a case for innocence-prevailing-against-all-odds even more ardently if not half … Continue reading

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Review: Salman gets it right in Bajrangi Bhaijaan!

Children are strange, surreal beings. Their curious, unworldly eyes, cherubic smiles and carefree approach that neither knows guile nor caution can soften the severest of Scrooges and Selfish Giants. Sometimes it even makes heroes out of them. Kabir Khan’s Bajrangi … Continue reading

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