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Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro Review: The Five-Star Classic
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Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro Review: The Five-Star Classic

Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro is one of the best and most uncompromised films of Indian cinema, says Sukanya Verma. This story was first published in November 2012. IMAGE: Ravi Baswani, Satish Shah and Naseeruddin Shah in Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro Recently, during a movies' chat on Rediff.com's ZaraBol, a reader asked me if I've ever awarded a film with a five-star rating. And I told him, 'No, 4.5 is my maximum so far.' The same guy then asked me if I had to pick a film I'd give 5 stars which one would it be? ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago
RARE PIX: The Making of Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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India sets Guinness world record with 918 kg khichdi

IMAGE: Union Minister of Food Processing Harsimrat Kaur Badal, centre, along with Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti, MoS for Food Processing, left, and Yoga Guru Ramdev, cooking khichdi in a giant wok at the World Food India 2017 festival in New Delhi on Saturday to create a world record and popularise it as Brand India food. Photographs: Vijay Verma/ PTI Photo India on Saturday set a Guinness world record by cooking 918 kg khichdi, a traditional multi-grain dish, at the ongoing global food event ...
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Ranji roundup: Pujara hits record 12th double ton, goes past Merchant

FILE IMAGE: Cheteshwar Pujara celebrates scoring a double century against England. Photograph: PTI Rajkot: Cheteshwar Pujara warmed up nicely for the Sri Lanka Test series with a record 12th first-class double hundred ensuring a huge first innings total of 553 for nine for Saurashtra against Jharkhand in the Ranji Trophy Group B encounter.En route his double hundred, Pujara surpassed Vijay Merchant's record for the most double hundreds by an Indian in first-class cricket -- a record that stood ...
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'Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa worked because of Shah Rukh Khan'

Filmmaker Kundan Shah succumbed to a heart attack on Saturday. We bring back his interview, which was first published in November 2015. 'Deepak Tijori and Shah Rukh were giving a shot together. Deepak asked me how he performed. We were doing a retake anyway, so I told him that I would watch him then.'  'But in the next retake also, I was looking at Shah Rukh. Deepak got upset with me.' But that was the thing with Shah Rukh -- you loved to watch him perform.' Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa ...
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Judwaa 2 Review: Varun can't do a Salman

Judwaa 2’s balloon of recycled gas soon goes phus and what’s left is tedious buffoonery of the brainless, for the brainless and by the brainless, sighs Sukanya Verma. Watching Judwaa 2 is like taking a Salman Khan appreciation class. His presence looms large over every single frame of the remake -- sometimes in anticipation of catching a lucky glimpse -- a hankering that only grows as you witness Varun Dhawan’s dedicated impersonation of the star.    As ...
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Mayawati to address rallies every month, may appoint nephew Akash as heir

Beginning September 18, Mayawati will start addressing rallies every month on the same date to attract voters and remain relevant in Uttar Pradesh politics. The first rally will be held in Meerut. With her brother Anand Kumar not keeping good health, she may ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago
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