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Revisiting the REBELLIOUS rang of romance in Silsila

No Holi celebration since 1981 is complete without the sound of Amitabh Bachchan’s Rang Barse Bheega Chunarwali blasting off the speakers. The mischief in his durable voice spewing racy, adulterous, suggestions and reveling in the after-effects of potent bhaang to serenade his … Continue reading

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Jawani Diwani: Frothy, fashionable ode to the ’70s!

I am a sucker for nostalgia, be it mine or someone else’s. So it was quite a treat to watch a film about a bunch of college-goers, played by actors from my parents’ generation, with my mother in tow. Narendra Bedi’s … Continue reading

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Kora Kagaz: Scenes from a crumbling marriage.

Marriage is a complex institution. It brings its own share of requirements, rewards and challenges. Too bad one isn’t handed a manual at the time of tying the knot, only experiences render a lesson in maturity. Blissful companionship can only … Continue reading

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