Monthly Archives: July 2017

Sanjeev Kumar stitching ladies’ garments ?

My regular readers know very well that I am a great admirer of Late Sanjeev Kumar whom I consider the greatest ever actor of Indian cinema. His birthday falls on 9th July. He was not slim-trim or fit-faat like the … Continue reading

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The path leading to truth is bound to be thorny

Being an idealist since childhood, when myself happened to see my would-be wife on 28.06.1995 for the first time and when we had a talk with myself being in the privileged position to ask questions from her, I asked whether … 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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