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Super Filmi Week: Sridevi, Shammi and the smiling faces of Hrishida’s cinema

Monday There’s no reaching closure from Sridevi’s untimely death. Not so soon anyway. The last few days have been engulfed in denial and nostalgia. Every time I write a tribute for a recently deceased film personality, a tiny piece of … Continue reading

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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: Little to cheer about Aishwarya’s Jazbaa!

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is a grim woman on a mission. She’s back on screen portraying the pains of motherhood after a five-year hiatus to enjoy its pleasures, off it. In Sanjay Gupta’s remake of 2007 South Korean flick, Seven Days, … Continue reading

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