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Super filmi week: Rediscovering Gulzar’s Ghalib

Seven days of legends and loons, beauty and bane, Dishoom and Die Hard –– doesn’t get more eclectic than this, does it? Here are all the details of my super filmi week: Monday Some proverbs really need an upgrade. Like fortune favours the brave. At … 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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Waheeda Rehman’s haunting melancholy in Khamoshi.

Kindness respires in the word ‘nurse’ both as a role and action. But what if her unconditional nurturing and consideration in the garb of research/treatment sows seeds of attachment and an undisclosed need for reciprocation? Asit Sen’s Khamoshi documents the … Continue reading

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