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Raazi review: Sympathy for the Spy

These are insincere times and one takes anything remotely nationalistic in nature with a pinch of suspicion. But in Meghna Gulzar’s Raazi, its mechanics are put to force as well under a microscope to understand how war is waged and the … Continue reading

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Haider is a bewitchingly clever retelling!

By its very virtue, melancholy is a lonely, lingering, tedious and consuming emotional state. It simply cannot be hurried. Except if you persist sympathetically by the side of the man devastated by its grip, the upshot is more heartfelt than … Continue reading

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