Monthly Archives: June 2012

REVIEW: SHANGHAI


SHANGHAI Everything about Shanghai is dark: the theme, the script and the settings. The director, Dibakar Banerji, known for his off-beat handling of off-beat themes in his previous films (for example in KHOSLA KA GHOSLA) seems to have gone overboard … Continue reading

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REVIEW: ROWDY RATHORE


ROWDY RATHORE There are at least four instances during the two and a half hour screening of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s co-produced ROWDY RATHORE wherein the director Prabhu Deva (known more for his dancing and choreographic skills) gives the viewer hints … Continue reading

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REVIEW: VICKY DONOR


VICKY DONOR John Abraham’s most remarkable contribution to Bollywood cinema till three weeks back was the display of his bare torso and handsome hulk in his starrers. That has been overshadowed ever since VICKY DONOR hit the screens and Bollywood … Continue reading

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