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Monsoon, Masala, MAST MAST: Celebrating Mohra

Monsoon and Mohra are intertwined in my nostalgia. On screen, Raveena Tandon was making a scintillating first move in the pouring rain wearing an ochre yellow sari on some floor of an under construction building in Versova. Outside, a massive crowd of … Continue reading

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Sanju review: Tears, cheers, bias and a brilliant Ranbir

My earliest memory of Sanjay Dutt is as an eight-year-old crushing on a dungaree-clad lanky boy awkwardly moving his lips to Kya yehi pyaar hai. His lost Alice air, droopy eyes and kooky smile had an odd appeal on a … Continue reading

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Dharam Sankat Mein doesn’t say anything new!

A middle-aged Hindu, vocal in his excessive resentment of Muslims, accidentally discovers his biological parents belong to the very community he jeers at. Cinematographer turned director Fuwad Khan’s Dharam Sankat Mein takes on this intriguing premise in a remake of … Continue reading

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