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Super filmi week: Finding links of life in Dhoni’s Ranchi & Madhuri’s Mujrim!

It’s fascinating to discover links of our lives at the movies. This week I found mine in Sushant Singh Rajput’s irresistible depiction of small town action in an active cricketer’s biopic and recollection of a star-studded shooting in the neighbourhood … Continue reading

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Rishi-Neetu’s inexhaustible charm in Khel Khel Mein.

College is the most cherished chapter of one’s life.  Yet to embrace worldly responsibility but free from the contained, protective atmosphere of school, carefree teenagers treat life like a grand adventure. What happens when harmless fun takes an ugly turn … Continue reading

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The dark sides of Rajesh Khanna & Nanda!

Tracing the history behind a film often leads to interesting revelations and why it got made appears as fascinating as how. Like the time, Hollywood director Robert Zemeckis used his spare time between the filming of Cast Away to whip … Continue reading

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