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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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RUKH: ONLY ONE SIDE CAN’T BE REAL

Seems debutant director Atanu Mukherjee’s film titled ‘Rukh’ is inspired by famed timeless words of David Thoreau ‘Simplify. Simplify’ BY senior IAS officer SUSHIL KUMAR. After seeing Rukh, one wonders as to how a first timer can demonstrate mastery and ease in simplifying complexities in cinematic creativity to create a …

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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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DANGAL – REAL BATTLE FOR GIRL CHILD

FILM-O- TEXT AND CONTEXT: Cine-socio-psychologically speaking, since quite a while, Nitesh Tiwari’s film, namely, Dangal (wrestling contest) is straight from that famed stable called social realism cinema made famous by the likes of Vittorio De Sica (Bicycle Thief) and others, writes Sushil Kumar, a senior IAS officer, who is also …

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