Tag Archives: Raj Babbar

Raj Babbar-Smita Patil starrer emotional tale

Teesra Kinara is a very good but underhyped and underrated, long forgotten movie which was released in 1986, just a few months prior to the death of Smita Patil. This is a triangular relationship-based story starring Anita Raj as the … Continue reading

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This Raaz is different, it’s a traditional mystery

Many movies have been made in Bollywood under the title Raaz (mystery). The movie buffs belonging to the current generation are well aware of the so-called horror franchise of the Bhatt Camp making movies under this title out of which … Continue reading

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The blind war

The world consists of two kinds of people – those who use others to further self-interests and those who get used by them, knowingly or unknowingly. The people falling in the second category are often at loggerheads with each other … Continue reading

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Paper can create a relation but cannot end it

A piece of paper, i.e., a legal document can very well create a relationship. In civil marriage, the marriage certificate creates the relationship of husband and wife. However once a relationship comes into existence, it cannot be ended abruptly just … Continue reading

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When the plan of a perfect murder goes awry

Alfred Hitchcock’s classic movie – Dial M for Murder (1954) was remade in Hollywood after 44 years as A Perfect Murder (1998). However its Indian version had come thirteen years prior to that as Aitbaar (1985). Director Mukul Anand adapted … Continue reading

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