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Review: The new Hero is all kinds of silly

I cannot recall the last time I heard a character say the legendary, “Main Gita pe haath rakh ke kasam khaati hoon jo kuch kahoongi sach kahoongi sach ke sivah kuch nahi kahoongi.” As I recover from this unexpected surge … Continue reading

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Kaanchi: Impassive vendetta flick masquerading as meaningful propaganda!

As I sat through Subhash Ghai’s latest offering, an impassive vendetta flick masquerading as meaningful propaganda in an empty suburban theatre of Mumbai for nearly two and half hours, I looked at my watch, empty notepad (I like to scribble … Continue reading

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Hero: Subhash Ghai’s flamboyant take on romance

No barrier of society, clans, class or creed can stop two people from falling in love. Ah, if it isn’t, the quintessential Bollywood fantasy! Judge it for all you want, but this chaotic expression of creative free will has proved … Continue reading

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