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Iconic diva Rekha becomes Super Nani
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Iconic diva Rekha becomes Super Nani

Here's hoping Rekha shows more panache in Super Nani than she has in its first trailer, writes Raja Sen. Ah, Rekha. There’s nobody quite like her, the industry’s most iconic diva and the kohl-eyed superstar, who has outlasted every single one of her contemporaries. Unable to shake off Bollywood’s gender-unfairness, Madame R has been consigned to grandmotherly roles these days, but she kicks things up a notch with Super Nani. Nope, she’s not playing granny to a superhero, ... Rediff.com, 1 day ago

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Passion Runs High In Rang Rasiya

Rang Rasiya starring Randeep Hooda and Nandana Sen is based on the life of 19th century Indian painter Raja Ravi Varma and is directed by Ketan Mehta. The director released the video today as a gift to his lead stars Randeep and Nan.dana who ...
 Indiatimes3 weeks ago A chance to get to know the legendary painter Raja Ravi Varma, up close & personal  Web Newswire2 weeks ago Rang Rasiya to release on November 7  Indian Express2 days ago The melodious title track of Rang Rasiya is now live!  APN News1 month ago
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Review: Finding Fanny is wickedly fantastic

Finding Fanny strikes gold, raves Raja Sen. Some beholders like it big. Colombian artist Fernando Botero, a fine fetishist of the fleshy, spent decades drawing and sculpting the ornately obese, men and women chubbily camouflaged from the world by an abundance of curves -- and by unexpected softness. Botero’s influence in Homi Adajania’s wickedly titled Finding Fanny is an obvious one -- I thought I saw a print hanging from a balcony early in the film -- but also one that directly ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Trailer review: Madness abounds in Deepika's first English film  Rediff.com2 months ago Trailer Review: Vishal Bhardwaj returns with Shahid as his Hamlet  Rediff.com2 months ago Box Office: Finding Fanny gets mixed response, Creature 3D flops  Rediff.com5 days ago
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Birthday Special: Raja Sen celebrates Anurag Kashyap's movies

Anurag Kashyap turns 42 today, September 10.Maverick. Fearless. Visionary. These are just some of the things Anurag Kashyap calls himself. Ah, I jest. Kashyap truly is one of the faces of current Hindi cinema, an independent and distinctive auteur who believes on his own voice. Today, Kashyap turns 42, and while we cut his birthday cake and look forward to Ugly and Bombay Velvet, here's a look at his work so far.For me, what stands out about Kashyap, even more than his remarkable visual flair, ...
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Review: The Grand Budapest Hotel is a true marvel

Nobody makes denial look this fabulous, says Raja Sen after watching Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel.Pastry is a beautiful thing. Layers of differing consistency, perfectly harnessed flavours inventively brought together to complement each other as well as to throw up the odd surprise, covered with icing and embellishment to make for a seductively attractive treat, one that beckons those within range -- and tempts those watching from afar. Nobody does cinematic confectionary ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Box Office: Raja Natwarlal is below average  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Review: Kick is Salman's best film in a decade  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Review: Things begin to happen in Yudh, Week 4

Yudh is weighed down now in its final stretch just because of how slowly it initially moved, writes Raja Sen. Finally, a decently engaging set of episodes. So what if they’re completely illogical and made with exasperating amateurishness? We should know those hallmarks of Yudh by now. But at least here, close to the climax, the show seems to have shaken off its sluggishness. That must be a good thing, right? Well, kinda. Because while the show isn’t as deathly boring as when it ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Review: Yudh shows some clarity in Week 3, but can it last?  Rediff.com1 month ago Review: Yudh stumbles all over the place in Week 1  Rediff.com2 months ago Review: Bachchan's strong, but Yudh starts off too slow  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Review: Raja Natwarlal lacks directorial finesse

Raja Natwarlal has some smarts but tragically lacks the skill or the sleight-of-hand, feels Raja Sen A good con should appear far simpler than it is. Which is why when a man holds up three playing cards, out of which one is a picture of Deepika Padukone and two feature perennial mother Nirupa Roy, picking out the pretty one seems easy. It isn’t, as customers hoodwinked by Emraan Hashmi’s streetside Three-Card Monte learn, or as the producers of the Raja Natwarlal might realise ...
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Rituparna's next is a film on illusions

While Parambrata is yet to come on board Raja Sen's next, the director is set to approach Raima Sen His Khancha, starring Rituparna Sengupta and Parno Mittra, might have had garnered lukewarm response, but director Raja Sen seems to have left the ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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Singham Returns to destroy our eardrums

Yo, Rohit Shetty, what’s with the volume, bro? asks Raja Sen It’s clear what a director like Shetty -- one with a box-office track-record even more invincible than his superheroic leading men -- is trying to do with each successive film: up the ante. More action, more explosions, more bang for the buck. For some reason, alas, in his latest, Singham Returns, he seems to have literally amped things up. This is a truly deafening film, made this loud perhaps to knock out the sceptics ...
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O Genie, My Genie: Waving goodbye to Robin Williams

Raja Sen doffs his cap to Robin Williams, a comedian who believed in going all-out." To me, he’ll always be bright blue and forty feet tall. Robin Williams, that most smiling of shape-shifters, that most ridiculously energetic of Academy Award winners, that man who defined both drag and deceased poets in our movies, is dead. It feels surreal just typing that and thinking “no more Mork.” It feels peculiar and untimely and leaves a startlingly bitter taste in the mouth, because ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Bollywood mourns the death of Robin Williams  DNA India1 month ago
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