Monthly Archives: August 2018

Govinda’s stunning emotional performance

Many years back, esteemed blogger Meera Gopalkrishnan had raised a question in one of her blogs – Is money the most important thing ? Well, this question raised by her was not at all a new one. It has been being … Continue reading

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Bachelor ! Booooo….!

I read less English books and naturally, am very selective in this regard. My friends like Deepak M.R. and Deepa Swaminathan are big fans of P.G. Wodehouse and they had advised me to try a book by PGW. And finally, I have tried … Continue reading

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Coming of a novel from the pen of Mr. Jitendra Mathur

Being an avid reader since my very childhood, I started trying my hand on writing through the story writing contest during the Hindi fortnight annually celebrated and writing Hindi articles for the quarterly magazine published in my employer organization (M/s … Continue reading

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Watch this crime-thriller for lifetime laughs

I have felt that many Bollywood movies became outstanding or simply very good not by deliberate effort but by default. Sholay (1975) is a great example in my opinion. Neither its writers (Salim-Javed), nor its director (Ramesh Sippy) had thought … Continue reading

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The unforgettable Battle of Loungewala

Another Independence Day of India has arrived. 71 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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Shammi Kapoor’s last movie as a romantic hero

Seven long years have passed since Shammi Kapoor left for his heavenly abode. The famous YAHOO hero is no more. Out of the three sons of the legendary artist – Prithvi Raj Kapoor, everyone carved a niche for himself and … Continue reading

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Golmaal Hai Bhai Sab Golmaal Hai . . .

First of all, I sincerely thank my dear friend and esteemed blogger Deepak M.R.  for inspiring me to write a review of this classic comedy by the legendary director – Hrishikesh Mukherjee. I am sorry for being late in posting this … Continue reading

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It’s better than the movies on Kashmir

We have had several movies made on the decades old Kashmir problem but yet to see a good movie in recent years doing full justice to the still burning issue. Kashmir has been burning for the past twenty years. However … Continue reading

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Saawan Ke Jhoole Pade, Tum Chale Aao …

Whenever there is any talk of rain, the name coming to lips is Saawan only. There have been several memorable rain songs in Hindi movies. One such song is Saawan Ke Jhoole Pade, Tum Chale Aao (the swings in the … Continue reading

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Miss Marple resolves a mystery for the last time

I do read very less English books. However when it comes to an Agatha Christie novel, I cannot leave it. And once I start reading it, I have to reach its finish in one go only. I am a great … Continue reading

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