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Bollywood retro at its hilarious best!

Everyone celebrates the finest films, the soaring highs and the best works of an artist of cinema. But there’s something inexplicably attractive about its trippy exaggerations and unabashed absurdities that may appear terrible at the time of release but amusing … Continue reading

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Teesri Manzil: Style, substance, suspense and Shammi Kapoor!

Can you imagine Teesri Manzil without Shammi Kapoor? Me? Not even hypothetically. But the truth is that filmmaker Nasir Husain originally conceptualised the classic mystery with Dev Anand in mind. The two had previously worked on Jab Pyaar Kisise Hota … Continue reading

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