Tag Archives: Aishwarya Rai

Desh Maangta Hai Qurbaniyaan…

Today is 23rd March. 88 years back also, the same date had arrived, i.e., 23rd March, 1931 – the date of martyrdom of three young bravehearts who fearlessly laid down their lives for the cause of freeing their motherland from … Continue reading

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A beautiful dead body

Some time back, in my review of Aawara (1951), I had raised a question as to which extent it is justified to harass a woman under suspicion of being raped and why should a woman be punished for a crime … Continue reading

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Romance vs. Educational Discipline

I am reviewing Mohabbatein (2000) because it is the favourite movie of someone who loved me very much. I also liked the movie upon first watching and still love to watch it again. However this movie provoked some very serious … Continue reading

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Just a beautiful painting

Sanjay Leela Bhansali has earned a name for himself for making different and impressive movies. And accolades are kept ready by the reviewers even before the release of his new movie. Hence I was expecting the same for Guzaarish (2010) … Continue reading

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A suspense-soaked version of Daag The Fire

In my review of Shart (1986), I had asserted that though Murder 2 (2011) was termed by all and sundry as a remake of a Korean movie – The Chaser (2008), actually its story was exactly on the lines of … Continue reading

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