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Spine Chiller Revisited

Film historian Dhruv Somani revisits Jaani Dushman the 1979 multi-starrer blockbuster of Raj Kumar Kohli, which is a major dra...

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Rambha Ho: Never Say Never

“Who says I have quit forever”, asks the screen sensation of unforgettable dance numbers, Kalpana Iyer, in a chat-fest with film hi...

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The South Wave

Film historian, Dhruv Somani, rewinds to the time when there was an influx of heroines from Southern cinema to Bollywood.

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Cabaret Queens

Film historian, Dhruv Somani, returns to the era of cabarets to select seven of the dancing divas that shone a light on Bollyw...

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Hit after hit

He wasn’t exactly the critics’ darling but the masses loved him. Film historian, Dhruv Somani salutes the hit-make...

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Of Epic Tales: Movie mythological of yore

Film historian, Dhruv Somani, takes you back to the time when the mythological genre captivated film audiences

Revisiting The Epics

It is difficult to get young, urban audiences interested in classical dance, and perhaps even more so to interest them in mythology.

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True Review Television- This Week: Performances And Revelations

Considered the seventh most watched show of television, Life OK?s Jaane Kya Hoga Rama Re has revealed a new track which mingles with the land development scam and is an ass...

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Of Demons And Social Pressure

Life OK?s new prime time starter is Jaane Kya Hoga Rama Re. Unlike its predecessors, it has had an unimpressive beginning. Model Town, the site of the narrative is most con...

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Behind The Ghunghat

Is it possible to have a conversation around Gender and Sexuality vis-à-vis television content? I would say NO! Indian television is still in its infancy regards cre...

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