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Review: Yudh stumbles all over the place in Week 1
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Review: Yudh stumbles all over the place in Week 1

Yudh has really rubbished my expectations, rants Raja Sen. If defying expectations was the aim, Yudh has achieved said ambitions quite conclusively.  Unfortunately, from an audience looking for high-quality television drama, expectations were high and Yudh has -- at least in week one -- turned out to be a perplexingly inert show, with weak storytelling wasting away good actors. Right now it’s a television series you may want to give a chance, if you’re feeling particularly ... Rediff.com, 5 days ago
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Trailer review: Madness abounds in Deepika's first English film

Raja Sen reviews Finding Fanny trailer.The wickedly named Finding Fanny, brainchild of the terrifically twisted Homi Adajania, looks to be a strongly-cast melange of all-out madness, the trailer showing off its loony flavour well. And, again, what a cast it is. Deepika Padukone, playing a sassy-mouthed widow (and, she claims, virgin); Dimple Kapadia as a massive-bottomed crabby auntie with a scary scowl; the one and only Pankaj Kapur as, well, a freakish character with designs on aforementioned ...
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Review: Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhaniya is a fresh, fun film about DDLJ-fans

Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhaniya is the kinda film Simran (of Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge) would have loved, says Raja Sen. I was fourteen when more than half the boys in my school suddenly started wearing their shirts half-untucked. Not the slightly tousled careless untucking caused by a hurry or negligence, you understand, this was a very deliberate half-in, half-out approach followed strictly in an attempt to emulate Shah Rukh Khan's Raj Malhotra. And this took place across barriers of cool ...
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10 years of Raja Sen: His Cruellest Reviews

Raja Sen completes 10 years of film-reviewing for Rediff. com. In the third of a special series,
 INooz1 month ago 10 years of Raja Sen: His 10 Best Reviewed Films  Rediff.com1 month ago 10 years of Raja Sen: His Most Controversial Reviews  Rediff.com1 month ago Review: Fading Gigolo is a lovely, bittersweet film  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Humshakals should be sued for cruelty to audiences

Raja Sen reviews Humshakals..."Two nights ago, I had a dream. I dreamt (I kid you not) that I watched and didn't actually loathe Sajid Khan's Humshakals, which led to me waking up disturbed and profoundly confused. Is it possible that the most puerile filmmaker (in an industry not known for very mature films) did something half-decent? Could it be... No.  No, it couldn't. Humshakals, a film I watched the following night, turned out reassuringly enough to be the kind of thing ...
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Review: The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is a pain in the web

The new Spider-Man film gets everything wrong except the girl, feels Raja Sen. Marvel Comics is known as The House Of Ideas. Many a memorable character lives at Marvel, and scores of writers and artists -- of unquestioned eagerness but varying degrees of talent -- are given cracks at bat with the company’s caped mascots, taking their stories further and carving new thrills while not ruffling the status quo too much. Naturally, this results in a wonderful unpredictability, with sub-par ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago 10 Reasons to be thrilled about The Amazing Spider-Man 2  Rediff.com2 months ago

20 reasons Why Pulp Fiction is better than your favourite film

Raja Sen celebrates 20 years of Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction.On May 23 1994, a film called Pulp Fiction won the Palme D’or at the Cannes film festival. Twenty years on, Quentin Tarantino’s masterpiece is hailed as an absolute classic, and is arguably the single most influential film made in the last fifty years. It defied screenwriting rules, courses with wit and originality and is the very opposite of square, daddy-o. To commemorate 20 years of worship, here are 20 things ...
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Review: Drag every kid you care about to Hawaa Hawaai

Hawaa Hawaai is an earnest, important and evocative film, says Raja Sen. It is a rare and wondrous thing when students genuinely admire a teacher. I remember sniggering cruelly many years ago when my kid brother, extolling the virtues of one of those self-aggrandising heads of tuition institutes, resolutely referred to him as "Sir Vipin" instead of "Vipin Sir," convinced of his greatness and boardexam-beating power. Growing up, we're naturally disposed unfavourably toward teachers, but the few ...
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Review: Ek Villain is too silly to thrill

If I were to review it in one word, I’d say Ek Villain is... Unnecessary, writes Raja Sen. Let’s start with what we know. We know, by now, that Mohit Suri can direct. He knows how to block a scene, he knows how to use actors competently, he knows the importance of a strong moment, and the songs in his movies (more often than not) actually aid the narrative instead of weakening it.  We know that Siddharth Malhotra is an impressive looking lad, manlier than most of ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Bollywood's HUNKIEST villains? VOTE!  INooz1 month ago
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Review: Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa is all show, no reality

Are you all set for Palak Dikhhla Jaa, asks Raja Sen. It’s not what I expected, that’s for sure. Madhuri Dixit, Akshay Kumar, Karan Johar, Alia Bhatt and various (mostly weak) dancers were all in attendance during the two-night marathon Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa opening ceremony, but none of those folks could be singled out as the star of the show. In what I’m assuming is a switch for reality programming, the star wasn’t a person at all, but a character. Kiku Sharda, a hefty ...
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