Monthly Archives: July 2017

Shab review: Long, lacklustre, listless

Raveena Tandon is a helluva attractive woman. The abundant, antsy energy that undermined the 1990s star’s dramatic potential seems to have found its inner peace over the years. As witnessed in the recently-released Maatr, there’s a noticeable thehrav in her … Continue reading

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Super filmi week: When the bride cried Sallu

Starry-eyed Sallu fans, Kajol’s biggest secret and Amitabh Bachchan’s one-man justice league… My super-filmi week was high on drama. Monday Life wears an extra touch of filmi around me. It’s sort of my identity now, my calling card, my USP, … Continue reading

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Jagga Jasoos Review: Ranbir-Katrina’s breezy, breakneck adventure

Guns fall off the sky, giraffes skirt its ambitious frames and indigenous tribes of North East India and Africa season the scenes with flavours of whimsical diversity. Verse and action spurt out by the second in the wildly alive and … Continue reading

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