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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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Review: A letter to Piku, gem of a film!

Dearest Piku, I don’t know if I’m writing to you or to the movie that’s named after you. Perhaps both. Everything about you and your precious relationships spoke to me, stirred me and I wish you could hear how deeply … Continue reading

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