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THE TOWERING TRIUMVERATE & THE TERRIFIC TRIO

Dilip-Dev-Raj or Aamir-Salman-Shah Rukh? Monojit Lahiri invites readers to go for it while he attempts to objectively analyze ...

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Diamonds Are Forever

Film historian Dhruv Somani rewinds fondly to Hum Kisise Kum Naheen (1977), the last huge hit of the pure entertainer, produce...

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PAST IS MY MASTER AND EVENING MY DAWN: VINAY SHUKLA

His film-work has been artistically selective and also across-genres, fairly mainstream, writes Aparajita Krishna.

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FLASHBACK & FORWARD

Mahabanoo Mody-Kotwal, Om Katare, Ishitta Arun are performing artists who represent three generations respectively, writes Aparajita Kr...

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SALUTING THE MEMORY OF THE EVERGREEN AWARA

Monojit Lahiri pays homage to India’s greatest showman, the one and only - Raj Kapoor.

BEHIND THE STARDOM IS AN IGNORED ACTOR

True or False, asks Monojit Lahiri who’s in an investigative mood today!

It was som...

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HIT MACHINE

Film historian Dhruv Somani tracks the unique success story of Jeetendra who completed his 80th last week - in a welter of Hin...

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AMITABH BACHCHAN AND THE ANGRY YOUNG MAN

One of the biggest box-office failures of the superstar’s career, Alaap boasts one of his subtlest performances and, arguably, the best m...

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RISHI KAPOOR: THE MEMORABLE SECOND COMING

As the last film starring the beloved star, Sharmaji Namkeen, gears up for release, Shantanu Ray Chaudhuri looks at ...

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Director’s Cut

Film historian Dhruv Somani, pens a tribute to the late producer-director Ravi Tandon, who had kept a low profile throughout h...

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