Tag Archives: Bharat Bhushan

Coming across drenched Venus in a rainy night

If you are a young man (or even when you are not so young) and in a rainy night, you happen to see an extremely beautiful girl in a drenched condition, what will be the reaction on you ? Quite … Continue reading

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On losing the beloved(s)

Rajshri Productions always made simple movies based on relationships. Most of their movies are having either Mumbai or the Northern Hindi speaking belt of India as the background of the story. However Taqdeer (1967) is a movie with a Goa-ni … Continue reading

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Farooq-Deepti starrer predecessor to Ishaqzaade

I liked Yash Raj Films production and Habib Faisal’s venture – Ishaqzaade (2012) starring Arjun Kapur and Parineeti Chopra in lead roles because I found it entertaining. When I had read about it (prior to watching), I was thinking it … Continue reading

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The moon of the second day signifying bro-sis love

During the sixties, Bollywood witnessed many potboilers which originally were romance or social / family dramas but in the final reels, a suspense element was inserted by the script-writers to provide an interesting twist in the tale and though the … Continue reading

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