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Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro Review: The Five-Star Classic
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Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro Review: The Five-Star Classic

Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro is one of the best and most uncompromised films of Indian cinema, says Sukanya Verma. This story was first published in November 2012. IMAGE: Ravi Baswani, Satish Shah and Naseeruddin Shah in Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro Recently, during a movies' chat on Rediff.com's ZaraBol, a reader asked me if I've ever awarded a film with a five-star rating. And I told him, 'No, 4.5 is my maximum so far.' The same guy then asked me if I had to pick a film I'd give 5 stars which one would it be? ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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Dynasty will finish the Congress

'Incompetent dynasts can lead to national ruin,' says Colonel Anil A Athale (retd).Illustration: Uttam Ghosh India is being run by dynasties: Rahul@Berkeley Politics, Bollywood and Cricket. By all accounts, these three are the most lucrative careers in India. Nepotism is the common thread in all the three fields with dynasties ruling the roost. With lure of money, fame and ego satisfaction, every parent wants its ward to follow in its footsteps. In all traditional societies, it is a ...
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Are companies ready for the mobile tsunami?

How can brands reach consumers who travel on multiple roads of discovery?This will be the challenge of the future, says brand guru Ambi Parameswaran.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com   Brand building tools were pretty simple in the India of the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. You made an ad film and ran it in movie theatres for a year or two. The print ads ran in magazines for months unchanged. All this was transformed when television became an important medium. In the early 1980s I remember ...
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Bose: Dead/Alive: Pop-mythology series

'When Rajkummar Rao plays Bose with his tummy jutting out, Buddha Ears, his mouth puffed, and his talk straight, it feels more like an echo piece than a real person,' feels Sreehari Nair. Bose: Dead/Alive is less Subhas Chandra Bose and more an attempt to tap into our collective paranoia; it's less about Bose: The Legend, and more about Bose: Our First Ghost. There's no dead Indian that living Indians think of more, debate about more, or offer more theories, suppositions, and guesstimates; and ...
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