Tag Archives: Dilip Kumar

A power-packed father-son saga

Today my son, Saurav has completed 14 years of his age. Last year, I had posted the review of Ehsaas (2001) on this day which is based on the relationship of a father and his son. This year also, I … Continue reading

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The unfathomable depth of childhood love

We have heard and read a lot about childhood love. And all of us were children only years back. Children do have crush on someone just like the adolescents and the youths. However what’s the depth of that love that … Continue reading

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A classic which is the predecessor to Lagaan

I have got inspiration to write this review without further delay from the views of esteemed blogger and reviewer Sajit Nair (popularly known as ‘hermit‘) on my blog  regarding plagiarism. He has written – ‘General public excuse “biggies” even when they indulge … Continue reading

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Tragedy King and Tragedy Queen present a comedy

Dilip Kumar is known as the Tragedy King and Meena Kumari is known as the Tragedy Queen of Hindi cinema. It’s because of the intense roles played by them on the screen with excellence. Who can forget Dilip Kumar in … Continue reading

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Aye Mere Dil Kahin Aur Chal . . .

In my review of Maut Ki Aahat (a Hindi novel), I have opined that consuming liquor to forget one’s grief is futile as liquor consumption may make a happy person happier but it can by no means mitigate the grief … Continue reading

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