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Tale of two cities
IT IS not the kind of film the masses would watch just for a lark. It is not even a film the cinemagoers would happily queue up for. Nor is it the average patriotic film churned out by Hindi cinema. And, therein lies its USP. It is a patriotic ...
HERE COMES an ode to the beauty of woman. A woman - actually not much more than a girl - called Amisha Patel in a film called Kya Yehi Pyaar Hai. Ever since she made her debut opposite Hrithik Roshan, Amisha has been forcing the ...
THIS IS a smart actioner with a super wide scope as far as time frames and locations go. There is editing wizardry at hand as there are two time frames - one the actual 24 hours in which the movie is set and the other wider time frame from ...
Too long for comfort
THIS MUST have been the longest film - running for more than three hours - among the entire range of youth films released during the last two years. But there is little substance to the story. Even the narration is quite confusing. Only in ...
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