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Classic Revisited: Guide is as glamorous as it is soulful

“Dil ke mere paas ho itne, phir bhi ho kitni door. Tu mujse mein dil se pareshaan dono hain majboor. Aise main kisko kaun manaye…” Once in deep throes of love, today their hands touch but do not meet. Ego, … Continue reading

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Lamhe: Anil Kapoor-Sridevi’s unforgettable moments of love

There are two kinds of great cinema.  One, where you’re afraid to watch a film again so as to not lose that awe-inspiring first impression and another where the experience gets better, more personal with every viewing. For me, Lamhe … Continue reading

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Waheeda Rehman’s haunting melancholy in Khamoshi.

Kindness respires in the word ‘nurse’ both as a role and action. But what if her unconditional nurturing and consideration in the garb of research/treatment sows seeds of attachment and an undisclosed need for reciprocation? Asit Sen’s Khamoshi documents the … Continue reading

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