Tag Archives: R.D. Burman

The damsel without a name

Anamika means a female without a name. The movie I am reviewing was released in 1973 and I saw it for the first time after a few years only upon its telecast on the Doordarshan. I watched it again when … Continue reading

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Modern Arjun taking on the modern Kauravas

First of all, I sincerely thank my dear friend and seasoned Bollywood movie reviewer – Fenil Seta for inspiring me to write a review of this movie which had proved itself to be the trend-setter in the decade of the … Continue reading

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Golmaal Hai Bhai Sab Golmaal Hai . . .

First of all, I sincerely thank my dear friend and esteemed blogger Deepak M.R.  for inspiring me to write a review of this classic comedy by the legendary director – Hrishikesh Mukherjee. I am sorry for being late in posting this … 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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Kuchh To Log Kahenge . . . A Tribute to Kaka

It’s been six years since the first and the real superstar of Bollywood had passed away. Rajesh Khanna took his last breath in Aashirwaad (his residence) on 18.07.2012. Fondly known as Kaka, Rajesh Khanna commanded an era in Bollywood, a … Continue reading

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Coming across a stranger damsel

Late Gulshan Nanda was the numero uno Hindi pulp fiction writer during 1960-1990 period when cable TV and internet were not available and therefore, a huge market was there for pulp-fiction novels. Since Gulshan Nanda had good networking in Bollywood … Continue reading

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You watch again ! You laugh again !

Bollywood has presented many immensely popular comedies like Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi, Golmaal, Chupke Chupke, Padosan, Lage Raho Munna Bhai, 3 Idiots etc. which are much talked about movies. However today I am reviewing an underrated Bollywood movie which is … Continue reading

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