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Businessmen who wrote books on prison life!
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Businessmen who wrote books on prison life!

Former head of McKinsey & Co,c, is not alone in writing a book on his life after serving a prison term.  Image: Rajat Gupta Gupta's memoir would detail his rise and fall in the United States and how he landed up in a New York prison. Photograph: Reuters     Here are a few other businessmen who were convicted or facing trial for various crimes but went on to write books after their prison terms: RAJAT GUPTA Rajat Gupta - a director in Goldman Sachs board - was convicted in ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago

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Box Office: Te3n flops

The hits and misses of the week. Last week's releases Te3n and Do Lafazon Ki Kahani have fared badly at the box office. Te3n, trying to deal with three people's perspective of a crime, ends up going nowhere, and is a flop. Do Lafzon Ki Kahani, starring Randeep Hooda and Kajal Aggarwal, is also a flop. Trade analyst Vinod Mirani gives us the weekly box office verdict.   Te3n Cast: Amitabh Bachchan, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Vidya Balan. Director: Ribhu Dasgupta What works: Amitabh ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Box Office: Housefull 3 gets a good opening  Rediff.com3 weeks ago Box Office: Waiting, Phobia, Veerappan all flop  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Review: Azhar: Such a wasted chance!

Emraan Hashmi and director Tony D'Souza try hard, and their effort shows. But Raja Sen wishes he could have said the boys played well. When news of the match-fixing scandal broke, my very first thought was for Mohammad Azharuddin's wrists. The heartbreak was unbelievable, and echoes of that particular ache still remain. Believe the hyperbole. Cricket was tantamount to religion back in the untainted day, and the idea that some of our heroes were thieves was a crushing one, one the sport never ...
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Review: Azhar is a bland, badly-set souffl of Bollywood tropes without a soul

Who was Mohammad Azharuddin? More crucially, *what* was he? Those are precisely the questions that, as the end credits roll after 132 minutes of run-time, remain unanswered, feels Prem Panicker. “Who are you?” asks Steve Wozniak (played by Seth Rogan) of Steve Jobs (Michael Fassbender) in the midst of an incandescent argument in the Danny Boyle-helmed biopic on the Apple founder. “What do you do?”  The questions are equally central to any exploration, ...
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Subhash K Jha speaks about Azhar

So did he or did he not? Did cricketing phenomenon Mohammad Azharuddin (who fell short of achieving what Sachin Tendulkar or Sunil Gavaskar did) indulge in...ahem...match-fixing? The film leaves us unsure of Azhar's moral correctness? In building a case of ...
 Bollywood Hungama1 month ago
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