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TUMHARI SULU: MODERNISING RETRO WOMAN ROLE AS METRO MIDDLE CLASS HOUSEFWIFE

Suresh Triveni’s Tumhari Sulu basically is a straightforward story of an average Mumbai metro middle class housewife attempting to assert her individuality without questioning or compromising her role as a mother, wife and a homemaker: BY Sushil Kumar, senior IAS officer. The story and drama is clichéd and easily predictable …

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SIMRAN: A REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE

Hansal Mehta’s Simran starring Kangana Ranaut is surely a film to endlessly learn from specially an unforgettable lesson, that no matter how stunningly beautiful an actress looks and even has oodles of talent to boot , the film still has to have some minimal elements and pre requisite parts that …

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LUCKNOW CENTRAL: JAIL AND JUNCTION TO JOIN AND JIVE

LUCKNOW CENTRAL: JAIL AND JUNCTION TO JOIN AND JIVE. The title ‘Lucknow Central’ may take you to imagery associated with platform of the railway station but film has no such direct or even indirect connection; instead it is about few prison inmates coming closer in camaraderie and building bonds to …

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DADDY DONS DON’S HAT: HATS OFF TO ASIM, ARJUN FOR ARUN

Right at the outset, one must admit that Asim Ahluwalia’s Daddy is indeed a praiseworthy effort for several reasons: it is made with pure passion of cinema as an art form in true classical sense and this is evident aplenty from absolutely outstanding effort in art direction that successfully manages …

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