Tag Archives: Suresh Oberoi

I like this flop and criticized movie

Time and again I go back to the words of an accomplished movie reviewer – Aruna Thyagarajan (moviezombie)  – Review is about feelings and what the movie evokes in one. Moviemaking and movie viewing is so subjective….never know who it reaches … Continue reading

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The acid of anguish and stuffiness

I sincerely thank my dear friend Suketu Shah for inspiring me to pen the review of this blockbuster movie of the eighties. Tezaab (1988) is the movie which turned Anil Kapoor and Madhuri Dixit into superstars of Hindi cinema. The song … Continue reading

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An old fashioned but well-knitted murder mystery

In the dark hours of a night, a young girl clad in white clothes heads towards a magnificent mansion (whose architecture reminds of the British times) which is the residence of a rich man of royal lineage. The environment prevailing … Continue reading

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A path-breaking movie

Now-a-days, it’s just a routine to openly discuss the male-female or husband-wife relationships without any prejudices or biases. However it was difficult to imagine such a free and frank Hindi movie a few three decades back. In 1980, a movie came which … 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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