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Super filmi week: Of Garam Dharam & Mantrik Origins

There’s nothing as a dull day for someone who writes about films for a living. I wrote a diary about my ardency for the medium in 2002 and I feel exactly the same enthusiasm more than a decade later. Even … Continue reading

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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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Yamla Pagla Deewana 2: A 155-minutes long giant bore

Calling Yamla Pagla Deewana 2 a joke would amount to a compliment.  And I am in no mood to extend such courtesy. The purported comedy with a little less than half a dozen Deols on board – Dharmendra, sons Sunny … Continue reading

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