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Review: Albert Pinto Ko Gussa Kyon Aata Hai neither asks nor answers

There are probably more people who have heard the title than have actually seen the film,’ Naseeruddin Shah writes in his memoir, And Then One Day. Indeed, people are more familiar with Albert Pinto Ko Gussa Kyoon Aata Hai and its increased pop … Continue reading

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Badla review: AB, Taapsee’s engaging mind games!

Badla! What a devious little title. Both an anagram and a pun, it fits the suspenseful soul of Sujoy Ghosh’s languid thriller to the T. A nearly faithful remake of the Spanish mystery, Contratiempo (2016), Badla wears the air of a … Continue reading

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Chef: Saif shows fine form in a bland celebration of the culinary arts

Chef begins in the heart of Delhi’s chaat heaven with the sight of a young lad enjoying a crisp, piping hot aloo tikki. Its tangy, spicy flavour leaves such a deep impression on the Chandni Chowk inhabitant’s taste buds he … Continue reading

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