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Revisiting Anupam Kher’s brilliant debut in Saaransh

An elderly man wakes up early morning, draws out his desk and begins writing a letter to his son residing in the United States. The mail isn’t a fancy exercise in eloquence but its simplicity conveys a father’s love, concern … Continue reading

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Daddy: Mahesh Bhatt’s touching fairy-tale

Filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt is a man of myriad experience. And he’s incorporated every one of them to tell some of his best stories. His critically-acclaimed 1989 film, Daddy is one such accomplishment. Commissioned by Doordarshan to boost its entertainment value … Continue reading

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Murder 3: Three mediocre actors, two long hours and one big twist!

Sex and surprise have been the backbone of Vishesh Films for a while now. The prototype follows a brooding man with a fringe, stubble, libido and secret, a vacuous hot woman who speaks in dubbed whispers, a serviceable Pritam/esque soundtrack, … Continue reading

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