Monthly Archives: June 2016

That unforgettable evening

Today is 30th June and exactly 15 years later, I am penning an unforgettable experience of my life in which my wife, my little daughter and my beloved scooter were my companions. In that period, I was posted at Rawatbhata, … Continue reading

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When wife murders and husband investigates

I am a very big fan of late Sanjeev Kumar who has been one of the most versatile actors ever reigned in bollywood or say, Indian cinema. He was not only an outstanding artist who could fit himself into any … Continue reading

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The damsel without a name

Anamika means a female without a name. The movie I am reviewing was released in 1973 and I saw it for the first time after a few years only upon its telecast on the Doordarshan. I watched it again when … Continue reading

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Fragrance of Indian Soil, Values and Art

Payal Ki Jhankaar is a lovable movie directed by Satyen Bose, based on the Indian classical music and Indian classical dances with a rural and simple backdrop, quite true to the Rajshri tradition. Late Tarachand Barjatya made it in 1980 … Continue reading

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A classic movie based on Psychology and emotions

Khamoshi is surprisingly a black and white movie whereas in that time (1969), colour movies were only made and black and white movies were considered something pertaining to a bygone era. However, perhaps the black and white characteristic only helped … Continue reading

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