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REVIEW: KAHAANI 2


One important positive comment about my reviews that has come from many of my friends is that there is nothing about the story which is revealed and that there are no spoilers at all. This becomes particularly relevant when one … Continue reading

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REVIEW: SATYAGRAHA


SATYAGRAHA   What do Kumar Mangalam Birla and Prahalad Agarwalla have in common? Even the brightest of quizzers may find this a difficult one to answer. Therefore let me give you an important clue before you unnecessarily stretch your brains … Continue reading

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REVIEW: CHAKRAVYUH


CHAKRAVYUH Prakash Jha’s CHAKRAVYUH marks the return of the director to his no-frills style of probing meaningful socio-political issues. It certainly will rank as mainstream Bollywood’s first contribution to highlight the Naxalism issue, although two other movies, Govind Nihalini’s HAZAR … Continue reading

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REVIEW: HEROINE


HEROINE The first word that is spoken in Madhur Bhandarkar’s HEROINE is “Bastard!”. Not a very pleasant way to start a movie, one may say, but the opening scene isn’t a pleasant one either. The scene is one in which, … Continue reading

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REVIEW:RA*ONE (TWO) in THREE D


RA*ONE (TWO) in THREE D I am a ten year old boy. In this article for my school magazine, I will be writing on how I felt after seeing RA*ONE. My name is not KHAN and although I am mischievous, … Continue reading

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RA ONE (ONE)


RA*ONE: ONE Considering that Shah Rukh Khan’s newest production has already broken records even before it has been released, I thought that it would be appropriate for me to write about this movie, before I have seen it. And since … Continue reading

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REVIEW: RASCALS


RASCALS Just as when one was beginning to feel good, if not proud about the crop of films by a new breed of directors in Bollywood, there is a catastrophic intervention in the form of a director who wants to … Continue reading

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