Monthly Archives: August 2016

Partition of India – Before and After

In my humble opinion as well as in the opinion of several great litterateurs and critics, Jhootha-Sach is one of the greatest novels of the world and the greatest literary fiction book ever written in Hindi. The readers who can … Continue reading

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Searching for the lost love in someone else

Human life is strange as well as complicated. And so are the male-female relationships. You never know whom you fall for, how, when and why. The ‘why’ is the most ticklish among these questions and normally it is difficult to … Continue reading

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A tribute to Richard Attenborough

Sir Richard Attenborough passed away on 24.08.2014. The artist who is best known for his Oscar winning directorial venture – Gandhi (1982) is no more. An actor turned director, Richard Attenborough touched the sky of excellence in his making of … Continue reading

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The predecessor to Chak De India by Prakash Jha

I liked the movie – Chak De India (2007) very much which was made by Yash Raj Films and directed by Shimit Ameen while casting Shah Rukh Khan and many girls in principal roles. I watched it in theatre (PVR … Continue reading

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A movie based on the Nanavati trial

By reading A Time To Kill which is the very first novel¬†penned by John Grisham, the author of several bestselling legal thrillers,¬†I learnt that the trial of a murder committed in USA is not that much linked to the evidences … Continue reading

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Is bloodshed mandatory for a revolution ?

We have heard and read a lot about revolutions. Several people especially those who follow the Marxist philosophy and support the cause of the proletariat against the bourgeoisie, maintain that a revolution has to be violent and contain bloodshed to … Continue reading

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The Unforgettable Battle of Loungewala

Another Independence Day of India has arrived. 69 years completed. Still we crave for patriotic movies able to arouse our love for our country in the most emotional manner. J.P. Dutta made one such movie in the year 1997 titled … Continue reading

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