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Super Filmi Week: Kudos to Kangana
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Super Filmi Week: Kudos to Kangana

Kangana Ranaut's guts, Amitabh Bachchan's venomous threat and dark TV serials occupied Sukanya Verma's Super-Filmi Week. Monday It's a wrap for the penultimate season of HBO's medieval fantasy drama Game of Thrones, but the wait for the eighth and last one has only just begun. And there's a good chance it won't hit our television screens before 2019. Beloved for its escalated drama, gruesome deaths and thrilling cliffhangers, the show's raging popularity is only intensified by our ridiculous ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
Super filmi week: When the bride cried Sallu Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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Baadshaho Review: Daft, dull, drivel

Baadshaho's sluggish screenplay and humourless rhythm are spectacularly low on swagger and daredevilry, feels Sukanya Verma. There's a good chance the U/A for Milan Luthria's Baadshaho stands for under alcoholic influence. Sanjay Mishra's perpetually smashed out locksmith would certainly endorse this view.  A movie so utterly daft and dull, its actors can barely conceal their disinterest in executing a non-profit heist in dry, dusty deserts of Rajasthan. Too often a spaced-out, ...
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Wedding woes, Bollywood style!

If only making it official was as easy as falling in love, says Sukanya Verma. A couple must cross all sorts of hurdles on their way to the altar as Bollywood has amply attested in gazillion movies. For the longest time, fate or father would play villain and delay the hero and heroine's union until it was time for better sense and blessings. But in Shubh Mangal Saavdhan, the problem dogging a couple close upon their big day is a medical one, a sexual one -- erectile dysfunction. With this ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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Classic Revisited: Guide is as glamorous as it is soulful

As Shah Rukh Khan turned guide in Jab Harry Met Sejal, Sukanya Verma looks back at Bollywood's original Guide. IMAGE: Waheeda Rehman and Dev Anand in Guide. Dev Anand and Waheeda Rehman's 1965 milestone, Guide was directed by Vijay Anand. The big screen adaptation of R K Narayan's acclaimed novel chronicles the liaison between Raju and Rosie, their upheavals and impasse with such keen intimacy, intricacy and intensity, it's hard not to be moved by the passions that bind and, eventually, break ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Guide, Coach, Halwai: SRK's many, MANY avatars!  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Jab Harry Met Sejal: SRK rocks in soulless film

Jab Harry Met Sejal has the stars, the songs, the scenery and everything you'd imagine in a love story, says Sukanya Verma. But in the absence of soul, none of it really matters. JHMS is so superficial in complexities and aspirations that you end up judging instead of rooting for its leads.What's commendable is how SRK makes falling in love with a woman about to marry someone else look like it's happening to him for the first time. If Anushka Sharma's brief was 'annoying Gujju' she ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Jab Harry Met Sejal Review: SRK rocks, nothing else does  Rediff.com1 month ago
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The 25 BEST Double Roles in Bollywood

Want to add to Sukanya Verma's list?Hit the message board. Double roles are like two sides of the same coin. Pit them against each other and the result is nothing short of fascinating. Be it as identical twins caught in extreme situations or lookalikes becoming the cause of confusion, the comedy of clones is often a sure shot formula to success. Moreover, it allows an actor to embrace the challenge of conveying double personalities in one go. Still others like Sanjeev Kumar, Kamal Haasan and ...
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Dunkirk Review: Redefining heroes and humanity

'It's not combat, but deliverance that dictates the action in Dunkirk,' notes Sukanya Verma. War is the ultimate state of chaos. And its damning, damaging consequences torment the screen from start to finish in Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk, which jumps slam-bang into the heart of hostility with chilling urgency. Nolan's ingenuity in Dunkirk is a departure from high-browed concepts of science and space engaged in reverie-induced heists and time-bending breakthroughs or the distinctive showmanship ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Review: Shab: Long, lacklustre, listless

Shab is too coy about sexuality and sleepy in its reflections of loneliness to get anywhere, feels Sukanya Verma. Raveena Tandon is a helluva attractive woman. The abundant, antsy energy that undermined the 1990s star's dramatic potential seems to have found its inner peace over the years. As witnessed in the recently-released Maatr, there's a noticeable thehrav in her passions and personality. This newfound serenity and self-awareness in her swaggering confidence pitches itself perfectly to ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Mom review: More power to Sridevi!

'Her performance is a throwback to old-school histrionics and hysterics -- it's classic Sridevi,' says Sukanya Verma. There are two types of stepmothers in Hindi films. One who spends the entire duration of it torturing and plotting against her stepchildren and another who'll go to extremes to prove she's the epitome of maternal virtue. Sridevi plays one such selfless, loving and protective step mum of a haughty teenage girl in Ravi Udyawar's directorial debut, Mom. Before she assumes this ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Bhoomi Review: Sanjay Dutt makes comeback in one of the worst films of the year!

Bhoomi’s blood-splattering, bone-crunching vigour is as unwelcome as the rest of this ghastly movie, feels Sukanya Verma. Blatantly exploitative and excessive, Bhoomi treats rape as less of a trauma and more of a tool to create a nauseous atmosphere of torture and stigma.   Director Omung Kumar’s latest stab at significance (Mary Kom, Sarabjit) takes perverse pleasure in a woman’s humiliation under the pretext of standing up for her in extended scenes of ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago
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