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Review: Mahesh Babu’s SPYder is wickedly entertaining!

  Two things.  1. Some stories never get old if told well.  2. Pace and audacity are the bedrocks of masala genre.  Director A R Murugadoss finds the sweet spot between the two in his comic book treatment of good versus evil … Continue reading

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Super filmi week: Gulzar’s gussa, Sachin’s tears!

Christopher Nolan’s next, Gulzar’s gussa, Shyam Benegal’s Shivaji and RD’s Lawrence of Arabia connection, catch all this and more in my Super Filmi Week. Monday What should Christopher Nolan direct next? My question on The New Yorker Movie Club’s Facebook … Continue reading

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Jab Harry Met Sejal: SRK shines, Anushka annoys, Imtiaz disappoints!

Characters are always talking, traveling, letting go and discovering themselves in Imtiaz Ali’s romances. What may seem like a trademark is really a breakthrough — discovery is the key to evolution that makes most headway in a fluid surrounding.  In figuring … Continue reading

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