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Raja Sen's Top 10 WORST Hindi Films
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Raja Sen's Top 10 WORST Hindi Films

Guess which film tops this list! As always, there were many contenders for this list. But these 10 films -- these 10 monstrosities -- are the absolute bottom of last year's barrel. Raja Sen's Top 10 Hindi films   10. Fitoor IMAGE: Katrina Kaif on the poster of Fitoor. Grated expectations. What a pretty mess this was. In my review, I'd said: 'People age oddly in Fitoor. A small Kashmiri boy with innocent eyes and a Saleem Sinai nose becomes a natural artist, but, as if working with ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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PIX: Sunny, Ranbir, Sonakshi watch Dangal

Aamir Khan seems to have made sure that the year ends well with his latest film Dangal. The reviews -- by Raja Sen and Sukanya Verma -- have been terrific and the actor has been holding screenings most of this week. Yet another special screening was held on Thursday evening, which saw even more celebrities in attendance.   Aamir Khan and his wife Kiran Rao pose with his onscreen daughters, Fatima Sana Shaikh and Sanya Malhotra. Rekha ditches her sari this time. We wonder ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Review: Dangal is India's best sports film  Rediff.com2 months ago PIX: Alia, Sunny Leone party with Aamir  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Which film did you like better: Sultan or Dangal? VOTE!  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Review: Deepika kicks ass in xXx: The Return Of Xander Cage

If you are a Deepika Padukone loyalist, watch xXx: The Return Of Xander Cage for her, advises Raja Sen. One has to feel at least a bit sorry for Vin Diesel. Diesel, following franchises like xXx and The Fast And The Furious, represented a new kind of mainstream action hero: a lunk-headed leading man, a swiss-army-knife of brains and brawn. He’d rappel down the skyscraper, punch out a squad of guys, and get the last word in edgeways. However, Diesel was always hard to watch if his script ...
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Is Sonam Kapoor teaming up with Sujoy Ghosh? - News

Sonam Kapoor was spotted at director Raja Sen's house recently. Interestingly KAHAANI director Sujoy Ghosh was also present at Sen's house. SONAM KAPOOR and SUJOY GHOSH Sonam earned critical acclaim for her commendable performance in NEERJA. While Sujoy has ...
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7 Things We Learnt From The 2017 Golden Globes

Raja Sen list his favourite moments at the Golden Globes. Read on.   1. Barb is alive! The La La Land style opening sequence for the show, an inspired moment in an otherwise comedically unspectacular moment gave us -- among other deftly displayed joys -- the irresistible cast of Stranger Things telling us that a certain fan favourite character isn't dead. The HFPA's La La Love extended to the film itself, with La La Land winning all seven Globes it was nominated for.   2. Ryanmance ...
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Rocky showed up at The Golden Globes -- and she won!

Minutes before Stallone and Carl Weathers walked out, however, viewers were treated to what, for Raja Sen, was the sight of the night. Can there please be a whole show made up of cutaways featuring Michael Shannon in sunglasses? The cutaways -- the candid shots of famous people who are pretty, drunk and frequently pretty drunk -- are what make the Golden Globes ceremony bearable. This year, there was nothing on stage that could match up with what was off it: Shannon wearing his Elvis & ...
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Trailer review: Ranbir enters a deliciously madcap world with Jagga Jasoos

Jagga Jasoos looks promising, and -- for the sake of children's cinema in India -- Raja Sen genuinely hope this film is a solid step forward. Director Anurag Basu has taken his own sweet time in coming up with the long-gestating Jagga Jasoos, and his musical -- about a stammering and singing detective -- is finally locked in for release in April 2017. The first trailer dropped onto the internet today and it is certainly quite something. It gives us a peek at what is clearly a visually ...
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Review: La La Land IS the film of the year

Raja Sen confesses to not being able to stop raving about the spectacular La La Land.  Twenty Decembers ago, Woody Allen’s underrated Everyone Says I Love You had the director dance with the striking and cherubic Goldie Hawn on the banks of the Seine, by moonlight. As Allen clumsily kept pace, Hawn began suddenly to float -- as if it were the most natural thing in the world, and her black dress just happened to be cut from magic carpet. In a film about divorce and infidelity, and ...
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Trailer Review: Ritesh Batra steps it up with The Sense Of An Ending

Ritesh Batra's The Sense Of An Ending trailer works, writes Raja Sen.  The Sense Of An Ending is a heartbreaking book. Winner of the Man Booker Prize five years ago, the novel by Julian Barnes is deeply and evocatively devastating -- so much so, in fact, that the original UK hardcover edition (published by Jonathan Cape) had black-edged pages as if in warning. Or mourning. The trailer for the adaptation of The Sense Of An Ending -- directed by our very own Ritesh Batra -- is just ...
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Review: Befikre is a maddening waste of time

Befikre is a colossally stupid film, says Raja Sen. I wonder what films Aditya Chopra watches. I wonder who the reclusive filmmaker meets and speaks to in real life, and what on earth he imagines lovers and romantics to be doing. Perhaps he, who obviously watches his own iconic success Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jaayenge a million times over, believes (and hopes) they do the same. Yet if he intends to connect with his audience and make films speaking the 'with-it' language of the youth today, perhaps ...
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