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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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Meera: Gulzar’s Divine Romance

“Main aatma hoon shareer nahi.  Main bhavna hoon, kissi samaaj ka vichaar nahi. Main premi hoon, premika hoon, keval prem naam ki jogan. Kissi sambandh ki kadi nahi, kisi parivar ki khunti se bandhi sankal nahi. ” It’s the 16th … Continue reading

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Lamhe: Anil Kapoor-Sridevi’s unforgettable moments of love

There are two kinds of great cinema.  One, where you’re afraid to watch a film again so as to not lose that awe-inspiring first impression and another where the experience gets better, more personal with every viewing. For me, Lamhe … Continue reading

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