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Kalank review: You won’t be able to look away. But…

What makes the great costume dramas of Hindi cinema so awe-inspiring is their ability to transfix and transport the viewer into another time. It could be built around fantasy or traditions but its success entirely depended on the people inhabiting … Continue reading

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Review: Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster 3 is a royal mess!

A hoodie-clad Sanjay Dutt trounces his opponents in a game of Russian roulette in London. Cut to Highway On My Plate hosts unsuspectingly ticking off Nafisa Ali. An old faithful’s daughter organises Jimmy Shergill’s release and asserts her allegiance by secretly planting … 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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