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The dark sides of Rajesh Khanna & Nanda!

Tracing the history behind a film often leads to interesting revelations and why it got made appears as fascinating as how. Like the time, Hollywood director Robert Zemeckis used his spare time between the filming of Cast Away to whip … Continue reading

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This Nautanki stretches for too long, Saala!

When it comes to recounting an event or anecdote, I have encountered two kinds of people. There’s one who can engross over the plainest of stories by embellishing it with colourful expression and vivid details. The other, however, can turn … Continue reading

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Revisiting Raj Kapoor’s directorial debut, Aag

The first film is always indescribably special. But as director Wes Anderson aptly observes, no one at that point thinks of it as a ‘stepping stone to anything’ because ‘the thing itself’ is ‘just everything in the world to us … Continue reading

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