Tag Archives: Dharmendra

Staleness is the problem with such movies

The Gold Medal (1984) is one of those unfortunate movies which take an extra-ordinary time in getting completed (this way or that way) and / or released. Though this was the case with the immortal Mughal-e-Aazam also but that’s an … Continue reading

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The Indian Towering Inferno

Indian filmmakers have been taking inspiration from Hollywood flicks but very few such filmmakers openly admit it. Director Ravi Chopra (son of the legendary film director – Late B.R. Chopra) saw a Hollywood movie – The Towering Inferno (1974) and … Continue reading

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Rahen Na Rahen Hum, Mehka Karenge . . .

It’s been four years since Suchitra Sen left for her heavenly abode on 17.01.2014. One of the greatest actresses of the Indian screen, Suchitra Sen was always in a league of her own and will remain so in the history … Continue reading

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Jeet Hee Lenge Baazi Hum Tum . . . .

I have heard that everyone loves a lover. Well, it may not be true. But it’s true that every lover loves a lover. A person who has been in love himself / herself is supposed to understand the love of … Continue reading

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Bahaaron Ne Mera Chaman Loot Kar . . . .

Devar (1966) is a timeless classic black and white movie based on the immortal piece of fiction, ‘Naa’ by Bangla novelist – Tarashankar Bandhyopadhyay. The pair of Dharmendra and Sharmila Tagore has given many films together but three of them are all … Continue reading

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An emotion-soaked saga covering two generations

Women have several virtues which men can only envy for. However jealousy and hatred towards a woman who is supposed to be own rival for a man’s love is a vice whose dominance is found more in womenfolk only. When … Continue reading

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The royal blood in the struggle of life and love

In India, several poor or average movies go on to become commercial hits (even super-hits). Well, depends upon the taste of the audience. But the more painful fact for the cine-lovers and purists like me is that several superior quality … Continue reading

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