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NH10 is a compelling watch until its underwhelming climax!

Night seems to transform Gurgaon’s claustrophobic traffic into a magical bokeh of glimmering signal lights where aloof skyscrapers line up to embrace. There’s deceptive comfort in its inanimate vibrancy. For a long time the camera reports this urban scenery, forming … Continue reading

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The dark sides of Rajesh Khanna & Nanda!

Tracing a film’s history 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 up a … Continue reading

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Murder 3: Three mediocre actors, two long hours and one big twist!

Sex and surprise have been the backbone of Vishesh Films for a while now. The prototype follows a brooding man with a fringe, stubble, libido and secret, a vacuous hot woman who speaks in dubbed whispers, a serviceable Pritam/esque soundtrack, … Continue reading

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