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Shekhar Suman's short stand-up act kept the audience in splits
THIS FILM draws attention only for its long title, as it has nothing but amateurish drama. We are in, once again, for those tasteless college classroom scenes with students cracking dirty jokes against their lecturers. No wonder these lecturers ...
ETERNAL YOUTH, old flame, desires secret and sinful... she has them all. Not a blossom of her loveliness knows withering, no pulse has dimmed since the fiery Maachis. Her face still reflects an unblemished beauty. Here in Vishal ...
No goodies at BO
IMPERMANENCE IS the only permanence in life. Wait for the next moment, and you might as well wait for infinity. Dreams, death, desire all are in a moment. Yet the salvation lies in conquering the moment, in resisting desire. Yet again, the ...
Welcome back Mr Ford!
HARRISON FORD, who we last saw as Dr Norman Spencer in Robert Zemeckis' cute little fright fest What Lies Beneath returns as Joe Gavilan, a tough as nails homicide detective in Hollywood. Gavilan is a good cop but with three divorces and ...
Chocolate boy flexes muscles
HE MAY not have tasted success with his maiden Telugu film and, recently, was more in the news for his supposed courtship with co-star Sneha (that both denied vehemently), but Srikanth (Sriram for Telugu cine goers), the Telugu lad is making ...
From publicity to filmmaking
HE MAY not be M.F.Hussain, but artiste-turned-publicity designer-turned-filmmaker Mastan is confident of carving a place for himself in the Kannada cinema with his debut venture, Suklambaradaram. Born Telugu, and brought up in Chennai, ...
Awaiting a new beginning
HAS SURESH Gopi become a victim of his own image? The present career graph of the ex-super star of Malayalam cinema says so. There are no takers for his Zameendar. A couple of his other films are also in cold storage. What went wrong ...
Chordss & Notes
THE LATEST trend catching up in the Telugu film industry is that of music directors rendering at least one song for the film. This is the case with this album too and the first song Komma remma is by Koti (who has composed music for the ...
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