Monthly Archives: July 2017

When love tenderly caresses someone’s heart

My most favourite Bollywood songs are mainly of profound nature (not necessarily sad). However Bollywood music mainly boasts of love songs because love stories are the most repeated subject matter and the people’s taste has also been in favour of … Continue reading

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Paper can create a relation but cannot end it

A piece of paper, i.e., a legal document can very well create a relationship. In civil marriage, the marriage certificate creates the relationship of husband and wife. However once a relationship comes into existence, it cannot be ended abruptly just … Continue reading

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Greenery of joys and thornful path for lovers

Today is Manoj Kumar’s birthday. Paying my respect to this extra-ordinary actor and filmmaker, I am presenting the review of Hariyali Aur Rasta (1962). This classic black and white movie stars Manoj Kumar and Mala Sinha in lead roles and … Continue reading

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A haunted bungalow and a mysterious killer

It’s been 13 years since Mehmood left for his heavenly abode (on 23.07.2004). He has been perhaps the most popular and high profile comedian of Bollywood movies. Starting from character roles, he became hero in certain movies and then switched … Continue reading

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The Hindi movie songs I’m never tired of listening

Myself, being a great music lover, is spelling out my most favourite Bollywood songs. Since the article demands compactness, I have selected some profound songs to mention in this review. The list is bound to be subjective and out of … Continue reading

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Even the title is not original

Bollywood filmmakers are habitual of lifting the story ideas, plots and sometimes the whole scripts from foreign movies(and old Indian movies too). Sometimes they do not reveal the source of the story and shamelessly take its credit but sometimes they … Continue reading

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Not Hercule Poirot, it’s Abhi Bhattacharya

Bimal Roy has been a highly revered filmmaker of Bangla and Hindi cinema with classics like Madhumati, Do Bigha Zameen, Bandini and Sujata to his credit. I got surprised when I found his name on the cover of the VCD … Continue reading

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