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Shaukeen: Old boys just wanna have fun!

Of all the moments in The Lunchbox that stayed with me the most is the one when Irrfan Khan states, “I don’t know when I became old.” His words are simple, genuine and pinching. Truly, does anyone ever? But the … Continue reading

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Kaanchi: Impassive vendetta flick masquerading as meaningful propaganda!

As I sat through Subhash Ghai’s latest offering, an impassive vendetta flick masquerading as meaningful propaganda in an empty suburban theatre of Mumbai for nearly two and half hours, I looked at my watch, empty notepad (I like to scribble … Continue reading

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Akshay Kumar’s Boss: A vigorous spectacle of noise & nonsense!

Sometime in 1992, two relatively unknown lads Akshay Kumar and Ronit Roy made a breakthrough in their respective careers with Khiladi and Jaan Tere Naam. While Khiladi’s success helped the action star achieve a flying start, Roy had to contend … Continue reading

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