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Dadri killing: Chorus grows for PM Modi to break his silence; Rajnath asks not to politicise the incident
DNA India

Dadri killing: Chorus grows for PM Modi to break his silence; ...

Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday termed the lynching of a man in Dadri over rumour of eating beef as "unfortunate" and said it should not be given any "communal colour". Union Minister Mahesh Sharma meeting victim's family. Home ... DNA India, 4 days ago

Review: Singh Is Bliing is exhaustiing

Singh is Bliing is far too moronic to be saved, says Raja Sen. It’s as if Akshay Kumar is daring us to like him. The man has genuine acting chops, drips with screen presence, is significantly fitter than his contemporaries, and has the kind of reassuringly goofy grin that makes him appear likeable even in truly mediocre movies. Why must he then subject us to such ghastly movies? He’s a gifted comic actor, but his current comedy template is so harebrained that, well, it would ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago Trailer review: Singh is Bliing lacks the punch  Rediff.com1 month ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Wage demand costs life

Police disperse a crowd after a man was allegedly beaten to death at Raja Bazar in Patna on Friday. Picture by Ashok Sinha Raja Bazaar area was tense on Friday after some men allegedly beat up a 65-year-old man to death when he asked them for ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 months ago
Bollywood Hungama

The top six How they survived their lean phases

As Singh Is Bliing gets ready to release, Dangal starts shooting, Dilwale gets into post-production mode, Drishyam etches a decent collection and Bajrangi Bhaijaan tops 2015 so far with Prem Ratan Dhan Payo heading towards BO fireworks in Diwali, we look at ...
 Bollywood Hungama6 days ago

Review: Calendar Girls is another Madhur Bhandarkar dud

It's hard to believe Calendar Girls has been made by someone who makes films, fumes Raja Sen. Halfway through Calendar Girls, the new film by Madhur Bhandarkar, a young actress is shooting a film when she's sidetracked by the revelation that some superstar is shooting nearby. She bolts, thrilled, toward the celebrity, and while one might imagine a Khan cameo, the star in question is Bhandarkar, playing himself. There are a couple of scenes where the ingenue OMGingly gushes over his work as ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Review: MSG 2 is genuinely surreal

MSG 2 is a bizarre experience, says Raja Sen. What is civilisation? Who are the truly civilised? Bear with me, for I agree no review of MSG 2 Messenger Of God -- coming to us from auteur godman Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan -- should begin with any remotely deep conversation, but this production is an unlikely beast, a laughable product that nevertheless forces us to introspect a bit and ask ourselves who we are.  The first MSG was an outlandish work of gargantuan buffoonery ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Book Review: V Shantaram—The Man Who Changed Indian Cinema

Madhura Pandit Jasraj's book about her father, V. Shantaram, contains a story that sounds apocryphal at first. In 1938, researching for the film that would be made as Aadmi in Hindi and Manoos in Marathi, Shantaram goes to a brothel incognito and ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago

Review: Welcome Back is worth it because of Nana and Anil

Welcome Back is dumb yet entertaining, utterly silly but made with a kind of absurd, warm energy, says Raja Sen. It's hard to call Welcome Back a new Anees Bazmee film when it has its foot so firmly entrenched in all things old. A raggedy bunch of ever-cool veteran actors -- Nana Patekar, Anil Kapoor, Paresh Rawal, Dimple Kapadia and Naseeruddin Shah -- all playing dons and liars and people with unpredictable, malicious intent? Even the pop-culture references are straight from the 90s ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Review: All Is Well is a lazy, idiotic film

All Is Well spends two hours desperately tickling the audience but the overall impact is one of torture, says Raja Sen. There is some strange correlation between director Umesh Shukla and the letters P and K. After his successful satire OMG: Oh My God pointedly mocked godmen and blind faith, a film called PK came along that did the same thing less scathingly. Now, a few months after Piku regaled us while giving us a treatise on the importance and inevitability of caring for the elderly, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
Times of India

Kamal Haasan is the only passionate filmmaker

Though he is of royal lineage, film maker Shivendra Singh Dungarpur would rather not draw attention to it because, he insists, he carries no vestige of his regal trappings. His passion lies in preserving and restoring films, and he exhorts ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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