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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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The seductive imagery of Feroz Khan’s Qurbani

A shiny disco ball, abundant lens flare, a bunch of semi-clad juniors on guitars and drums while a ultra glamorous Zeenat Aman, dressed in a slinky red gown with loooong slits highlighting her loooong legs, sashays to Nazia Hassan’s delicate … Continue reading

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Rediscovering the merits of Dev Anand’s slick, stylish Johny Mera Naam!

Going through the best of Vijay Anand offers unfailing gratification. His filmmaking is a wealth of style, storytelling and treatment that seldom limits itself to the boundaries of commercial cinema but breaks, bends and reconstructs it in ways no one … Continue reading

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