Tag Archives: Raghunath Jhalani

When wife murders and husband investigates

I am a very big fan of Late Sanjeev Kumar who has been one of the most versatile actors ever reigned in Bollywood or say, Indian cinema. He was not only an outstanding artist who could fit himself into any … Continue reading

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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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This Saawan arrives with showers of entertainment

In many of my reviews, I have highlighted this trait of many Bollywood movies made during the sixties that they were basically family or social dramas or else, rom-coms but to present a complete entertainer to the usual Bollywood movie … Continue reading

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Changing relations

I have a great regard for the Bollywood film director of the sixties, seventies and early eighties – Raghunath Jhalani. He has not been a high profile or very famous film director. But this underrated film director has directed very … Continue reading

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