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Mirzya sacrifices sense for style. That’s the real tragedy!

Some stories are a product of its time. Against a contemporary perspective, they are straightaway obsolete. But delve deep and they’ll reveal a desperation and repression that could be forged into something dark, disturbing or poignant. It’s what makes Vishal … Continue reading

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Sarabjit: Cosmetic sensitivity, overblown depiction!

Omung Kumar’s access to inspiring individuals is the only noteworthy aspect of his filmmaking. After squandering an opportunity with the biopic on boxing champion Mary Kom, he returns to chronicle the long struggle to bring justice to Sarabjit Singh by his … Continue reading

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Review: Akshay Kumar dazzles, Singh is Bliing does not!

As conflicting as it sounds, a lousy movie can say a lot about an actor’s capabilities. Like for how long Akshay Kumar covers up the absence of plot in Singh is Bliing on the strength of his comic charisma. It’s … Continue reading

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