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Phillauri review: Anushka shines in soul but not spirit!
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Phillauri review: Anushka shines in soul but not spirit!

Despite having many opportunities, Phillauri isn't able to make full use of them, feels Sukanya Verma. In my encounters of ghosts on screen, I’ve known quite a variety -- fierce, horrific, gloomy, even goofy -- but Phillauri’s well-behaved apparition is a first.  She glows incandescently in the dark and floats through space in shimmering, translucent attire, like a wish-fulfilling fairy stumbling out of the pages of an exquisitely illustrated children’s ... Rediff.com, 3 days ago
Review: Rangoon is a grand hotchpotch! Rediff.com, 1 month ago

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Review: Trapped is a must watch

Trapped is not an easy film to stomach, says Sukanya Verma. When the doorknob gets stuck, the key won’t fully turn in, the person on the other line can’t hear you or your screams fall on deaf ears, one’s first emotional response is to panic. Disconnect of any kind, if against one’s will, even momentarily, throws us into a mild tizzy. Director Vikramaditya Motwane not only dwells on this unpleasant and familiar sensation, but also prolongs it ruthlessly to create a ...
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Angry? Upset? Happy? Use these emojis!

There's a filmi face for almost every occasion, says Sukanya Verma. Move over Bee Gees. Why use words when emoticons can do all the talking? Where the texting world is concerned, a bulk of the conversation relies on a wide range of smileys to digitally communicate their innermost thoughts. It's a fun idea boosted by a potential for endless themes. Only recently, Bollywood stars Sonam Kapoor and Sunny Leone released a personal line of emojis for their fans to enjoy. With its undying penchant for ...
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Birthday Special: The A to Z of Aamir Khan

Sukanya Verma gives us 26 reasons why we love Aamir Khan! In actor Benedict Cumberbatch's words, 'The further you get away from yourself, the more challenging it is. Not to be in your comfort zone is great fun.' Few mainstream actors have tried to live up to that maxim like Aamir Khan. Even though he made his entry into films as a traditional romantic hero, the actor made a conscious effort to get out of the rut and establish himself in every role one assumed he wasn't cut out for. A ...
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Super Filmi Week: KJo's call for grace!

Be it Oscars, Kareena Kapoor or Karan Johar, Sukanya Verma's super-filmi week is a study in grace for both the right and wrong reasons.   Sunday It's nice to learn about filmmaker Karan Johar turning daddy to Yash and Roohi through surrogacy, especially after seeing how emotionally he spoke about his parental instincts kicking in. Clearly though the brand new trend is how to outrage over celebrity newborns. Be it AbRam, Taimur and now Johar juniors, it's disturbing to see how as a ...
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Badrinath Ki Dulhania Review: A Popcorn Social!

It helps that Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt look so good together, writes Sukanya Verma. I want to marry her, announces a guy. It doesn’t matter if the girl feels the same way or not. Her parents want her married; it’s practically as good as a Yes.  Badrinath Ki Dulhania’s intended sarcasm means to shatter the widespread sexist mindset -- a boy is an asset and a girl is a liability -- against the perpetual business of marriage correlating an ugly culture ...
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Review: Commando 2 is bad, ridiculously bad!

There's unintended hilarity and very little combat to justify the existence of a sequel, feels Sukanya Verma. In this ghastly attempt at an action thriller, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's demonetization drive prompts the creation of a secret task force to recall a black money kingpin from South East Asia. What emerges are a bunch of lousy actors with fully availed gym subscriptions. Commando 2's 'issued in public interest' brand of support for the Modi government's various schemes -- Jan ...
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Bollywood's Parsi power!

And no, says Sukanya Verma, the list doesn't start and stop with Boman Irani! Often caricatured on celluloid, there's more to the small but solid Parsi community than quirks and accent. Quite a few of them have made an invaluable contribution to the Hindi film industry with their artistic vision and compelling talent. In Rangoon, an ambitious period drama directed by Vishal Bhardwaj, Saif Ali Khan's character is named Rustom Bilimoria, a Parsi film producer. Here's looking at Bollywood's best ...
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When the story of La La Land played out at the Oscars

Missed La La Land at the theatres? Don't worry, the film just played out in real life.   Sukanya Verma explains it here. Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling's journey in Damien Chazelle's La La Land starts out like a dancing dream. There are a few twists and turns until it ends into an almost happily-ever-after. Call it strange happenstance, but that's exactly how the drama unfolded in real life too. Oscars 2017: How the Best Picture mix-up unfolded   On screen The song City of ...
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Kung Fu Yoga Review: Not a combination you want to try

Kung Fu Yoga assaults both senses and soul, warns Sukanya Verma. I am wary of Indo-China oddities that go by the name of Schezwan Dosa or Chinese Bhel. They never turn out to be any good. Ditto for Stanley Tong’s Kung Fu Yoga. It follows the same shallow formula of gimmicky food except it’s neither cheesy enough to amuse nor zestful enough to engross.  The only reason this baloney, which makes a board game of snakes and ladders look more challenging than a cross-border ...
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