Tag Archives: Sonakshi Sinha

REVIEW: ITTEFAQ


REVIEW: ITTEFAQ Bollywood’s efforts at presenting good whodunits are rather scanty, but I am wonderstruck at the frequency of it being once in five years! The first taut whodunit in Bollywood in the 21st century was in 2002; the movie … Continue reading

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ON SLAPPING IN MOVIES AND OTHER MATTERS


It has been a little over six months since I wrote my last blog post and this post is the first one since I have been conferred the status of a senior citizen. I just felt that the pressure of … Continue reading

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REVIEW: DABANGG 2


DABANGG 2 If you are a simpleton like the one portrayed by Arbaaz Khan in his home production and maiden directorial venture DABANGG 2 and did not know what to expect when you walked in to watch the movie, there … Continue reading

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REVIEW: SON OF SARDAAR


SON OF SARDAAR I went to see SON OF SARDAAR (SOS) despite two of my good friends warning me. One of them had said: There could not have been a more apt title than SOS for this movie; the acronym … Continue reading

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REVIEW: JOKER


JOKER With a running time of just 105 minutes, Shirish Kunder’s directorial venture JOKER is perhaps one of the shortest Hindi feature films in recent times. I would like this to be interpreted as a reflection of the director’s concern … 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: DABANGG


DABANGG The sibling factor in Bollywood in a particular aspect of film making is not a new phenomenon. The sibling pair of Lata Mangeshkar and Asha Bhonsle in the Bollywood musical arena is by far the most successful; in the … Continue reading

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