Tag Archives: Prakash Jha

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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BOOK REVIEW: REVOLUTION 2020


REVOLUTION 2020 Chetan Bhagat and Harsha Bhogle are perhaps the most publicly well-known alumni of Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad. I am proud of them and their achievements, partially because I too am an alumnus of this hallowed institution, but … Continue reading

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REVIEW: AARAKSHAN


AARAKSHAN Prakash Jha has always had a reputation of making serious movies on serious and topical issues. Some of his outstanding successes have been DAMUL, MRITYUDAND, GANGAJAL, APAHARAN. In each of these movies, his focus was clear: the message had … Continue reading

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