Monthly Archives: December 2014

Review: The final Hobbit is a thumping, thrilling success!

There’s a bit of Gandalf in Peter Jackson. Not just because he makes magic with CGI but like the wise wizard, the filmmaker follows his reliable instincts and is game for impossible challenges. Such gamble may not lead to consequences … Continue reading

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The Annie & Anya Foodie Trail: Beverages: Strawberry margarita mocktail

And the next theme on the food meme reads: smoothies/milkshakes/beverages. All I knew is I want to concoct something colourful. So here’s a blend of fresh strawberries, orange juice with a dash of this and dose of that. Fresh, fruity … Continue reading

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Jogan: Sublime Nargis, irresistible Dilip Kumar!

Whether their romance is realised or not, there’s a surety in the manner most man-woman relationships emerge in films. But in Kidar Sharma’s Jogan, it’s the unlikelihood of alliance right from the onset that both defines and dignifies their connection. … Continue reading

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