Author Archives: Jitendra Mathur

About Jitendra Mathur

A Chartered Accountant with literary passion and a fondness for fine arts

I love my India ? Childish !

Music director Shravan left for his heavenly abode on 22.04.2021. This review is a tribute to him. Two slogans are usually found as floating on the air in India – the first one is in Hindi which is Mera Bhaarat … Continue reading

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Male-female love, the eternal mystery

This review is a tribute to eminent Hindi litterateur Narendra Kohli who left for his heavely abode on 17.04.2021. I am a mystery lover and quite naturally, fond of reading and watching a lot of mysteries. In my view, the … Continue reading

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Discussing the capital punishment in a mystery

Veteran actress Shashikala passed away on 4th April, 2021. This review is a tribute to her as she has played an important role in this movie. Kanoon (1960) is a unique suspense thriller which is an all time classic from the black … Continue reading

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A great scientist turning into prisoner no. 100

Four years have passed since famous Hindi novelist Ved Prakash Sharma left for his heavenly abode on 17th February, 2017. While remembering him, I am presenting my review of a very popular novel of himself whose title is Qaidi No. … Continue reading

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Visiting Harihareshwar ? Be their guest.

Married in the year 1995, the year 2020 was the silver jubilee year of my wedding. And my children(one daughter and one son) were very excited to celebrate this occasion in a highly memorable manner, possibly abroad because we have … Continue reading

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Kaka-Nanda starrer romantic thriller

The Train (1970) is a thriller movie based on the activities of a gang of robbers. The title of the movie is as such because the incidents of robbery and thereafter the murder of the robbed passenger take place in … Continue reading

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The fake love letter that changed many lives

Prem Patra (1962)  is a movie produced and directed by the legendary film director Bimal Roy. This beautiful movie is an emotional drama containing many twists and keeps the viewer engrossed for more than two and a half hours. It’s … Continue reading

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An emotion-soaked saga covering two generations

Today is the birthday of both Dharmendra and Sharmila Tagore. And I dedicate this review to both these great artistes of Indian silver screen. Women have several virtues which men can only envy for. However jealousy and hatred towards a … Continue reading

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The great Indian family, rendering great messages

Tara Rum Pum was released on 27.04.2007 and I went to watch it with my family in the Om Cineplex of Kota on 29.04.2007 simply because of an animated bear family shown in the promos containing one mom-bear, one dad-bear … Continue reading

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Main Der Karta Nahin, Der Ho Jaati Hai . . .

In my life, almost everything came my way somewhat late. I learnt to cycle at the age of 15 years, learnt to drive a scooter (I can’t drive a motorbike even today) at the age of 26 years and I … Continue reading

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