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Nanu Ki Jaanu review: Of boring bhoots & blah bullies
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Nanu Ki Jaanu review: Of boring bhoots & blah bullies

'This mess is an all boo, no show,' says Sukanya Verma. For the first ten minutes, Abhay Deol is an insufferable lout and professional extortionist. And going by that disastrous attempt to shake his booty, an awful dancer too. Ten minutes later, he is the nicest man in Noida. Not only does he rush to provide urgent medical attention to a badly hurt victim of a road accident, but loses all sleep and spleen following her prompt demise. Without his swaggering impressions, business is going bust. Rediff.com, 5 days ago
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What to expect from a Bollywood Bhoot

Creaking doors, freakish old lady, haveli, white sari...13 things, says Sukanya Verma, you will find in a Bollywod Bhoot film. Bhoots of Bollywood are creatures of habit. Haunting the screen with time-tested tricks and unsubtle spook tactics, they refuse to raise their game. While films like Bhootnath, Phillauri and the upcoming Nanu Ki Jaanu are doing their bit to portray ghosts in a more friendly light; it's their spine-tingling avatars who have left the most lasting impression. Here are ...
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Lessons from Bollywood: How to work out like the stars

Sukanya Verma flips through the pages of Bollywood, and sees just how they keep fit. When they're not working, they're working out. Not only do stars love to flaunt their perfectly chiselled bodies, but also the effort they put to stay in shape. Aspiring for six packs and washboard abs like your favourite star? Bollywood gives you a lesson or two.   Malaika Arora Khan Photograph: Kind courtesy Reebok 20 years ago, Malaika first showed off her toned midriff on top of a train in Chaiyya ...
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Hitch-hiking with Salman

The lasting influence of Amitabh Bachchan's Supremo, a taste of Tom Alter, Padmaavat's best scene and more in Sukanya Verma's Super-Filmi Week.   Monday While searching for a file in the cabinet, I come across the husband's neatly bound copy of old comics. What catches my eye straightaway is an illustration of a masked man in a pink bodysuit sporting a kilt tucked under a belt holster. Any 1980s Indian kid will recognise this description. But for those who came in late, I am talking about ...
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Sridevi, Shammi and the smiling faces of Hrishida's cinema

Sukanya Verma's Super Filmi Week.   Monday There's no reaching closure from Sridevi's untimely death. Not so soon anyway. The last few days have been engulfed in denial and nostalgia. Every time I write a tribute for a recently deceased film personality, a tiny piece of my heart crumbles and collapses. I've had to write so many in the last few years that even the mention of the word 'loss' horrifies me. Most of us, who admired her, are finding solace in revisiting Sri's classic movies and ...
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Baaghi 2 Review: What A Circus!

'There's zero emotion and logic in anything about Baaghi 2,' says Sukanya Verma. Having survived the first Baaghi, I sort of knew what's coming. The Baaghi franchise -- there's already a third one in the works -- is all about ex-boyfriends coming to their girl's rescue until it culminates in a tooth-and-nail final battle. Baaghi 2, choreographer turned director Ahmed Khan's junky remake of the Telugu hit Kshanam is no different. Instead of writing a conventional review, I decided to share some ...
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Hichki Review: An out-and-out Rani show!

Hichki's greatest handicaps are its predictability and sentiment, feels Sukanya Verma. Rani Mukerji understands the plight of a problem student. She conveyed it to memorable effect as well as how to overcome it with the help of a persevering teacher in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Black. The actress returns the favour in Siddharth P Malhotra's Hichki, where she takes on the challenge of housebreaking a bunch of disorderly slum kids to realise their academic potential. Once again, she refuses to ...
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Lessons for Ranbir: A dummy's guide to superhero dressing

This, says Sukanya Verma, is what Ranbir Kapoor's costume should and should not be in Brahmastra. A new Ranbir Kapoor movie is always an occasion for excitement. After portraying Sanjay Dutt in Rajkumar Hirani's biopic, the actor is set to play a superhero in buddy Ayan Mukerji's ambitious trilogy, Brahmastra, co-starring Amitabh Bachchan and Alia Bhatt. Although little is known about the project at this point, it is believed to be a enthralling combination of the old world and the new. Super ...
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Deepika, Kangana, Sonam's love for low neck fashion!

Sukanya Verma takes us through the latest trend in Bollywood. When it comes to plunging necklines, Jennifer Lopez's green, gravity-defying Versace gown from Grammys 2000 still wears the crown. But Bollywood's beautiful ladies have also caught on the bold, sternum-flashing trend with vengeance. Take a look.   Deepika Padukone Photograph: Kind Courtesy Shaleena Nathani/Instagram Her personal style is basic, no-fuss but the star in her is happy to broaden her horizons in the edgiest of styles ...
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Oscars 2018: Who's going to win. And who's not.

Sukanya Verma's predictions for the top Oscars at the 90th Academy Awards. You know it's Oscar season when pundits and predictions fill news space to speculate who will bag the golden dude. It was a good year for films, if not the film industry. While the latter remained beleaguered by disturbing revelations of sexual harassment at work kick-starting an active #MeToo movement, exciting works of art from auteurs and aspirants dazzled the screen with their ingenuity. The 90th Academy Awards brims ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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