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Manikarnika review: Kangana Ranaut is savage, spellbinding in a ho-hum historical

The sight of Kangana Ranaut singlehandedly slashing a swarm of men against the backdrop of feverishly chanted Sanskrit shlokas and a towering Durga idol looks like an ultimate feminist fantasy. It is savage. It is spellbinding. Though her fury unleashes … Continue reading

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Super filmi week: Kudos to Kangana!

Kangana Ranaut’s guts, Khuddar-triggered nostalgia and dark TV serials occupied Sukanya Verma’s Super-Filmi Week. Monday It’s a wrap for the penultimate season of HBO’s medieval fantasy drama Game of Thrones, but the wait for the eighth and last one has … 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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