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Review: Veerappan ends up an exhausting watch
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Review: Veerappan ends up an exhausting watch

This is not a film worth recommending, says Raja Sen. Ram Gopal Varma has never been one to let truth get in the way of a good story. His new film, Veerappan, for instance, opens with a quote that 'a Society gets the criminal it deserves,' which is credited to Voltaire, who -- to my knowledge -- never said any such thing. The quote is, in fact, by Val McDermid, a Scottish novelist who was glibly riffing on the line from philosopher Joseph de Maistre where he said, 'Every nation gets the ... Rediff.com, 2 hours ago

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Trailer Review: Sultan may slam all box-office records

This movie might involve the most 'acting' Khan has had to do in a while, says Raja Sen. Goodbye, Salman Khan's Weird Accent. Hello, Salman Khan's Weird New Accent. Also, hello to new box office records. Ali Abbas Zafar's Sultan, on the evidence offered up by its theatrical trailer, will be a monster hit, a gigantic success that will take the Salman Khan phenomenon to a whole other level. Having said that, in case you actually want to watch this film, I suggest you steer far clear of this ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago Sultan teaser: Salman Khan brings on the action!  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Moving to ‘one’ industry

Actor Indraniel Sen Gupta who has made mark for himself as suave urban guy will been seen on Zee TVs Jamai Raja after a long break. A known name in Bengali cinema, in Hindi circuit people recognise him instantly for his role as Vidya Balans missing husband ...
 The Hindu1 week ago Indraneil Sen Gupta joins Jamai Raja Season 2 after a two year leap!  Zee TV1 week ago Jamai Raja has been a trendsetter in many ways: Indraneil Sen Gupta  Times of India2 weeks ago
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Review: Azhar: Such a wasted chance!

Emraan Hashmi starrer Azhar gets 1-1/2 stars from Raja Sen, who comes away angry and disappointed: With no apparent room for ambiguity, the film exonerates Poor Azhar not merely as Poor Azhar but -- stupifyingly -- as a man who took bribes from bookies in order to keep the rest of his team clean. Ugh. This is the bit that hurts most. This appalling justification is an unforgivably offensive conceit, and I'm furious just thinking about it now, as I type." Read the review on Rediff.com.
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Trailer Review: Emraan's Azhar is tacky  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Review: Captain America: Civil War is the stuff of comic-book dreams

A Marvel film so good it makes all the others feel like a prologue, gushes Raja Sen. (Also, stay for the two end-credit scenes.)  “War, what is it good for?”  Despite the existential disgust expressed by Edwin Starr in that song all those years ago, there exist far too many affirmative answers to that question: it’s good for gunrunners, media outlets, separatists, posturing Presidential candidates and, clearly, for Marvel Studios -- whose superheroes have never, ever ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Trailer review: Spidey shows up in Captain America: Civil War  Rediff.com2 months ago Trailer Review: Fan will be intriguing  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Raman Raghav 2.0 Trailer: Nawazuddin's back, and scarier than ever

Raja Sen can't wait to see Raman Raghav 2.0. There’s something about the way Nawazuddin Siddiqui says the word ‘lomdi.’ He does so right in the opening seconds of the theatrical trailer for Anurag Kashyap’s new film, Raman Raghav 2.0, and one is hooked right there. Nawaz might have played many a maniac, but he is a fine enough actor to always bring something new to the table, as well as to immediately ground the film in a kind of exaggeratedly earthy reality -- ...
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Review: One Night Stand is a cautionary tale

One Night Stand isn’t yet another tawdry skin-flick; it actually has something to say, feels, Raja Sen. This isn’t quite what I bargained for. Contrary to what the film’s publicity and songs would have one believe, One Night Stand isn’t yet another tawdry skin-flick with exploitative cleavage shots in place of a script. It is, in fact, rather strikingly, a film without a hero and with two strong female characters, a film that has something to say. I expected a film ...
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Why Raja Sen thought Prince was The Joker

Prince, remembers Raja Sen, snuck his way into an underage brain and sparked off deliciously inappropriate thoughts in style. When I was eight years old, I thought Prince was The Joker. Allow me to explain this childhood delusion. The year was 1989. Tim Burton's glorious and groundbreaking Batman movie was yet to hit our VHS libraries, and this was a time before teaser trailers and trailers teasing teaser trailers. All we had to go on with, before watching Jack Nicholson own the character, was ...
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Review: Fan is a brilliant film with SRK at his best

Take a bow, Shah Rukh Khan, raves Raja Sen. Who could do this film but Shah Rukh Khan? Conceptually, the basic idea propelling the narrative of Maneesh Sharma’s Fan appears deceptively simple -- that of an obsessive fan, a bit of a cross between Misery and The King Of Comedy -- and, judged from the surface, this film works like a slickly efficient Darr homage. Yet, behind the thriller-movie makeup it wears, there is so much more to Fan, a film ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago 'Fan' review LIVE: Shah Rukh Khan as Gaurav may just ...  Firstpost.com1 month ago 'Fan' review LIVE: If you're a 'jabra' Shah Rukh Khan fan, this film is for you  Firstpost.com1 month ago
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Trailer: Sachin Tendulkar, coming soon to a theatre near you

Raja Sen has just watched the teaser of Sachin: A Billion Dreams a few times over, and he can't stop grinning. I have always believed the great Sachin Tendulkar would make a lousy subject for a sporting biopic. As I wrote in a column (external link) on the day he'd scored his 50th Test hundred, Tendulkar's is a story far too good to be true, and biopics are made of blemishes and flaws, not utter peerlessness. That said, I've watched the just released teaser for Sachin: A Billion ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Coming soon to a theatre near you: Azhar, Dhoni and Phogat  Livemint.com1 month ago
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