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Batti Gul Meter Chalu review: No light at the end of this never-ending drab

After nearly three hours of a bogus love triangle and half-hearted championing of social issues, the only thing Batti Gul Meter Chalu ascertains is there is no light at the end of this never-ending drab. It’s a harrowing experience to … Continue reading

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Super Filmi Week: Hitch-hiking with Supremo, Salman

The lasting influence of Amitabh Bachchan’s Supremo, hitch-hiking with Salman Khan for a school essay, a taste of Tom Alter, Padmaavat‘s best scene and more in my Super-Filmi Week. Monday While searching for a file in the cabinet, I come … Continue reading

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What I thought of Padmaavat

Sanjay Leela Bhansali doesn’t direct films as much as he designs them. His characters consumed by desire and adamancy, packaged in opulence and pretension both wreak and worship drama, where even a simple sandstorm looks like a million Tinker Bells … Continue reading

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