Monthly Archives: July 2017

Are the men essentially flirts ?

In pre-independence India polygamy was not illegal for any male and the financially capable ones, especially the royals used to go for more than one woman in their lives. Well, it’s something that had been continuing since ages. Now polygamy … Continue reading

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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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Nana unravels the mystery of Tabu’s murder

Tarkieb (2000) is a murder mystery which I had seen in the Mayank cinema of Jaipur when it was released. I had approached the theatre to watch it because I am fond of mysteries / suspense thrillers. However after watching … 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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