Tag Archives: Vinod Khanna

The might of the fragile threads of love

Kuchhe Dhaage which is actually pronounced as Kachche Dhaage is a Hindi movie which was released in 1973. Produced and directed by eminent film director of Bollywood – Raj Khosla, this movie is a brilliant blend of action and sentiments.  … Continue reading

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The Indian Towering Inferno

Indian filmmakers have been taking inspiration from Hollywood flicks but very few such filmmakers openly admit it. Director Ravi Chopra (son of the legendary film director – Late B.R. Chopra) saw a Hollywood movie – The Towering Inferno (1974) and … Continue reading

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Koi Nazrana Lekar Aaya Hoon Main Deewana Tere Liye

Aan Milo Sajna (1970) is a commercially hit movie that had come in the heyday of the first acknowledged superstar of Bollywood, Rajesh Khanna. His pair with Asha Parekh had already gained popularity after the super hit movie – Kati … Continue reading

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Love, killing, rebirth and prevalence of justice

By reading the title of this review, the name of the movie which flashes in the minds of the new generation viewers is Farha Khan’s blockbuster movie – Om Shanti Om (2007) because the story of OSO contained love, killing, … Continue reading

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The royal blood in the struggle of life and love

In India, several poor or average movies go on to become commercial hits (even super-hits). Well, depends upon the taste of the audience. But the more painful fact for the cine-lovers and purists like me is that several superior quality … Continue reading

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Pickpocketing ? No, this is the craft of the hand

Making the things disappear from the sight of the onlookers (or someone’s possession) is called an art of magic which the professional magicians demonstrate in their shows. In Indian lingo, this is called – Haath Ki Safaai (the craft of … Continue reading

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Hunger ! Injustice ! And Bullet !

Bollywood cannot boast of many quality movies made on the issue of Naxalism. In the new millennium, the first good Hindi movie made upon this ever burning issue of rural India was Lal Salaam (2002) starring Nandita Das and Sharad … Continue reading

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