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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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Super filmi week: Rishi Kapoor’s page-turning debut!

Read about Rishi Kapoor’s page-turning debut, SRK’s shrewd turn in Raees, Sridevi as a potential Dhoom vamp, Sanjay Dutt’s contribution to Andaz Apna Apna and more in my super-filmi week. Monday Week after week, in a process that is terribly mechanical and monotonous, movie stars dash from one … Continue reading

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Kaabil: Hrithik goes on a done-to-death vengeance spree

The expression of disbelief and loud shriek that goes off after a character sees his or her loved one’s cold corpse for the first time is engraved in every Hindi movie buff’s memory. In the beginning, it felt dramatic and … Continue reading

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