Tag Archives: suspense

Watch it only for Uttam Kumar

Four years back, the sad demise of Suchitra Sen had reminded me of another great Indian artist who, like Suchitra Sen, was a precious gift of Bengali cinema to Hindi cinema. This extra-ordinary actor is Uttam Kumar who passed away … Continue reading

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Last part of Raj Khosla-Saadhana mystery-trilogy

Director Raj Khosla made three suspense movies consecutively during the sixties casting Sadhana in the female lead. The specialty of these three movies is that in all of them, the plot is based on the mysterious personality of a woman. … Continue reading

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The dark man

I am shocked like anything to know that yesteryears’ popular heroine Shyama is no more. She passed away on 14th November, 2017 and the news reached me quite late. While feeling a throbbing in my heart, I happen to remember … Continue reading

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The imaginary saga of the son of Rani Lakshmibaai

Today (19th November) is the birth centenary of Mrs. Indira Gandhi, the Iron Lady of India. Today is the birthday of the Rani of Jhaansi – Lakshmibaai also who was born exactly 182 years back (that is, on 19.11.1835). This … Continue reading

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Nameless ? No, this widow’s husband has three names

Late Ved Prakash Sharma was a Hindi novelist coming from a small city – Meerut (UP) who earned a lot of name and fame in the field of writing suspense novels in Hindi during the period of late seventies to … Continue reading

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A haunted bungalow and a mysterious killer

It’s been 13 years since Mehmood left for his heavenly abode (on 23.07.2004). He has been perhaps the most popular and high profile comedian of Bollywood movies. Starting from character roles, he became hero in certain movies and then switched … Continue reading

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A cobweb of male-female relationships

Yours truly is back with yet another review of a novel by Dame Agatha Christie, my favourite English authoress. Today I am presenting the review of  ‘The Hollow‘ which was first published in 1946. The title refers to the venue … Continue reading

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