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Kangana Ranaut: Controversy's Child
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Kangana Ranaut: Controversy's Child

Kangana Ranaut, the fiery movie star, continues to be in the news for all the wrong reasons, notes Sukanya Verma. IMAGE: Kangana Ranaut at the launch of her film, Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi. Life is a challenge for those who want to live on their own terms. It's doubly tough when you're an actor and a woman in Bollywood. Ask Kangana Ranaut, the fiery movie star who continues to be in the news for all the wrong reasons. Just a few days after launching her ambitious new project, ... Rediff.com, 2 days ago

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Farewell Vinod Khanna: Heaven must be full of swagger today

Sukanya Verma could not resist Vinod Khanna's charms, and salutes him in her tribute. IMAGE: Vinod Khanna and Asrani in Hera Pheri. My earliest memory of Vinod Khanna is sealed in anger. On screen, he was burning up the dance floor with Raakhee to the carefree beats of Pyar zindagi hai in Muqaddar Ka Sikandar. Off screen, I was seeing red and feeling the intensity of Amitabh Bachchan's heartbreak as if it were my own. It didn't matter how attractive he appeared or how happy ...
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Review: Noor is a mix of fluffy romance and flimsy drama

When Noor engages in shallow activism for the heck of it, it rambles and drags, feels Sukanya Verma. The manic pixie dream girl has a whiny sister. I like to call her the uppity scatterbrained pinterest princess. Unlike the manic pixie, this one is a goofy grouch blaming the world for the inadequacies of her life while harbouring grand notions about her own importance in it on the strength of aspirational quotes and a set of friends purely existing for her benefit and rescue.  In ...
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Review: Even Vidya Balan cannot rescue Begum Jaan's loud, empty feminism

In its preoccupation with drama, Begum Jaan neglects to reveal its soul, feels Sukanya Verma. The truth of Partition is stained with blood and brutality. One that burnt homes, took lives and livelihoods, spurred communal violence and triggered a mass exodus between India and Pakistan. It was a time of uncertainty, incredulity, ill will and inexplicable chaos and there aren't too many ways to reflect on it without getting sentimental. But when writer and director Srijit Mukherjee uses this ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Box Office: Meri Pyaari Bindu, Sarkar 3 open poorly  Rediff.com1 week ago Review: Meri Pyaari Bindu relapses into stupidity  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Box Office: Noor, Maatr get poor opening  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Review: The Salesman inspires awe!

Sukanya Verma gives her reasons for watching The Salesman. Asghar Farhadi’s gift to anticipate danger in ordinary scenes and pick on unspoken torment around a narrative stoked by ambiguity lends his cinema a frightening authenticity.  The Salesman, which earned the acclaimed Iranian filmmaker his second Oscar for Best Foreign Film early this year, delves deeper into the process of repression and ideals of honour in a patriarchal society while challenging its viewer to confront a ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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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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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 ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Box Office: Badrinath Ki Dulhaniya is a HIT!  Rediff.com2 months ago
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