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Forever Young - Zohra Sehgal

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I am watching Abbas Kirostami’s film ‘Taste of Cherry’, a depressed man Mr. Baidi wants to commit suicide and searches for someone who can cover his grave with mud once he is gone. In the process, he meets an Azeri taxidermist, who explains to him in the about the beauty of life, the sweetness of Mulberries, the zest to live life and how lovely a well lived life could be, if touched by the right fragrance.

Scattered Pearls - "The Myriad Magical Hues of Love"

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The Myriad Magical Hues of Love: Onscreen Romances and Hollywood 

 

I’m scared of walking out of this room and never feeling the rest of my whole life the way I feel  when I’m with you.” — Dirty Dancing

"Choose me. Marry me. Let me make you happy. Oh, that sounds like three favors, doesn't it?"--Julia Roberts, My Best Friend's Wedding 

In Conversation with Sangeeta Nambiar

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In conversation with Sangeeta Nambiar, the debutant director, who recently grabbed a couple of prestigious awards at the 7th Harlem International Film Festival for her film "A Gran Plan". 

 

When did you realize that you want to be a film director?

When I was 8. I used to see all these films on doordarshan and I was fascinated by the entire flight of imagination I was taking every sunday. That's the time I knew I was hooked. But it took me a very, very long time to finally get there!

Queen – An Ode to the Delhi Girl!

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There are scenes in "Queen" that only a Delhi-ite or an Indian girl can relate to. A girl on all fours on the ground writhing and crying as she calls her mummy to help her from the goon who is trying hard to get her purse from her. She wails loudly but doesn’t for a moment let go her grip on the bag, clutching it tightly between her legs! This happens in Paris where later after a few drinks she climbs on a bar table and tries to dance. Trying to mimic the sexy moves of other girls she takes off her sweater and whirls it around only to stuff it in her big bag to be stowed away safely!

Movie Review - Jai Ho!

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Movie Review - Jai Ho!

 

Cast: Salman Khan, Tabu, Daisy Shah, Danny Denzongpa, Sana Khan

Director: Sohail Khan

Music Director: Sajid Ali , Wajid Ali

Lyricst: Sajid Ali , Sameer, Kausar Munir , Devi Sri Prasad

 

 

100 Years of Indian Cinema - "Ek Din Achanak"

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 What is it that stands out for us in these 100 years of Indian cinema, art, women, creativity, sensitivity, entertainment, have these come of age? and precious not only for a pause in time..but for all times.

We take a look at five films here, films that cover a wide spectrum and belong to different genres, films that a wide range of people will be able to relate to. Come take a peek...

The first film in this series : "Dance of the Wind" Our second film : Vijay Singh's "Jaya Ganga"

The third pick : Mrinal Sen's "Ek Din Achanak"

Ram Leela - Movie Review

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Cast: Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone, Supriya Pathak Kapoor, Richa Chaddha

Director: Sanjay Leela Bhansali

Music: Sanjay Leela Bhansali

Lyrics: Siddharth – Garima

 

 

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Movie Review - Krrish 3

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Cast: Hrithik Roshan, Priyanka Chopra, Kangna Ranaut, Vivek Oberoi

Director : Rakesh Roshan

Music: Rajesh Roshan

Lyrics: Sameer Anjan

 

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100 Years of Indian Cinema - Jaya Ganga

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What is it that stands out for us in these 100 years of Indian cinema, art, women, creativity, sensitivity, entertainment, have these come of age? and precious not only for a pause in time..but for all times.
We take a look at five films here, films that cover a wide spectrum and belong to different genres, films that a wide range of people will be able to relate to. Come take a peek...

The first film in this series : "Dance of the Wind"

Our second film is Vijay Singh's "Jaya Ganga"

Movie Review : The Lunchbox

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