Monthly Archives: March 2018

An outstanding mystery follows classic songs

In my review dedicated to Bollywood mysteries, I had kept Hamraaz (1967) at the numero uno position in my list of memorable suspense thrillers ever made in Bollywood. Still, it is my most favourite suspense thriller which was a blockbuster … Continue reading

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Joy romances with Asha in Tokyo

Six years have passed since Joy Mukherjee left for his heavenly abode on 09.03.2012. He was the first Bengali hero to have played a more than one decade long successful innings in Bollywood as a romantic hero with his clean-shaven … Continue reading

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My dedication to happiness of life, wishing a very happy birthday to Shreya Ghoshal

I dedicate this song-based review to Shreya Ghoshal who turns 34 today (born on 12th March, 1984). I am fortunate to have spent a few years in the small town (Rawatbhata, Kota, Rajasthan) where she started her musical journey as … Continue reading

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Stop press ! A murder has taken place !

Stop Press is a term used in the field of print media, especially the daily newspapers. Whenever the final form of that day’s newspaper is about to be sent for printing and some very significant or sensational news is received … Continue reading

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Yatra Naaryastu Poojyante, Ramante Tatra Devta

Yatra Naaryastu Poojyante, Ramante Tatra Devta (Gods dwell where women are worshipped) – declares Manu Smriti. Millenniums later, the Indian men are yet to learn and absorb this assertion. Indian folklore also underscores the significance of wife in home through … Continue reading

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Rasheeda Begum

Today is Women’s Day. On this day, I am paying my utmost respect to a woman who does not have any blood relation with me but who is no less than a mother to me. She is Rasheeda Begum, a … Continue reading

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Campfire, a free-of-cost great joy for myself and my family

I live at Hyderabad but this is not Hyderabad main city. This is the township of Bharat  Heavy Electricals Limited in which I live with my family in the residential quarter allotted to me by the organization (because I am … Continue reading

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The heart is own but the love is the other’s

I dedicate this review to the veteran actress Shammi who dedicated more than six decades of her life to Indian cinema and television. She passed away yesterday (06.03.2018). Director Kishore Sahu gave Indian cine-lovers many good movies especially in the … Continue reading

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The Dostana of the fathers of Karan and Abhishek

Producer Karan Johar presented a movie (not directed by him) titled as Dostana in 2008 which starred Priyanka Chopra, John Abraham, Bobby Deol and above all, Abhishek Bachchan whom he had earlier directed in Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna (2006) alongwith … Continue reading

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Standing by his ex-flame in her hour of crisis

Colaba Conspiracy is the novel of eminent Hindi mystery and thriller writer Surendra Mohan Pathak available in English also alongside its original Hindi version. It’s a novel of Mr. Pathak’s relatively new series – Jeet Singh Series whose hero is … Continue reading

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