A white-collared senior manager (Amol Palekar who once epitomised the urban office-goer in 1970's films such as Chhoti Si Baat, Baaton Baaton Mein and Golmaal) rues the fact that his wife disapproved of the gift he purchased for her on Flipkart. New Indian Express, 2 days ago
From Amol Palekar to Sharmila Tagore: 7 times Hindi films veterans ruled the ad world - catchnews.com, 2 days ago
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NEW DELHI: To those who have relished watching Amol Palekar in movies like "Golmaal" back in the 1970s, it is like taking a trip down memory lane. Palekar, who has been missing from the silver screen for quite sometime, can be seen asking a junior ...Times of India, 2 months ago
The ad highlights the brand's easy exchange and return policy.Afaqs, 2 months ago
In a world where artistic expressions feel so threatened, a ruling of the Bombay high court way back in the 60s in favour of the performance of Marathi play Vasnakand' should be invoked again and again, said film and theatre personality Amol Palekar on ...Times of India, 2 months ago
An old cliché has it that India's philosophical traditions, full of sophisticated reflection on knowledge, reality, logic, language and salvation, have little to say about morality. A helpful response to this observation came from the Indian ...Hindu Business Line, 17 hours ago
On any given day, you can watch movies in six languages in Bangalore. You can watch some Hollywood films made for teenage boys in any multiplex. You can catch a new Hindi movie there too, or in any of the old single screen halls. In Ulsoor, you can ...Hindustan Times, 17 hours ago
The Left is no longer left behind. A new radical rainbow coalition of Left assertion is shining like a red star in India. New barricades, alliances and scaffoldings are being enacted. The times they are changing Amit Sengupta Delhi Change is ...HardNews Magazine, 2 weeks ago
Whether typical or unconventional, the maa in Hindi films might have undergone a change over the years but the character is still as popular as she was earlier. The cliched dialogue from the film 'Deewar' - 'Mere paas maa hai' sums it all up for the ...Times of India, 3 weeks ago
Movies are meant for entertainment. At least, that's what most of us think. There was a time when movies with strong messages and ones that documented views on societal issues were made, giving the movie-goer something to chew on for a long time.New Indian Express, 1 month ago
JNU student leader Kanhaiya Kumar on Sunday predicted a "social revolution" in the country when hunger and deprivation will unite the masses irrespective of their caste, creed or religion. Targeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the second ...NetIndia123.com, 1 month ago Kanhaiya Kumar predicts social revolution in India Siasat Daily, 1 month ago Kanhaiya Kumar predicts 'social revolution' in India Financial Express, 1 month ago
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