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Movie Review – Tubelight 

Plot The film is a family drama of 2 Brothers set in the background of the Indo Sino War of 1962. In a small town of the Kumaon region live too brother’s Laxman Singh Bisht and Bharat Singh Bisht. Both though able bodied Laxman is a mentally impaired slow learner. As tension on the Indo Chinese border increases Bharat is ...

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Movie Review of Bajrangi Bhaijaan

   The sound of Hanuman Chalisa playing on the day of Eid- Bajrangi Bhaijaan couldn’t have been released at a better time. The movie begins with a 6-year old speech-impaired Pakistani girl named Shahida (Harshaali Malhotra) who gets herself lost somewhere on the Indian border. Shy, helpless and scared, she stumbles upon Pawan Kumar Chaturvedi (Salman Khan): a man who ...

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Reviews of Big budget flicks: A Freakonomical Scam

If you love Salman Khan/ Akshay Kumar/ Sajid Khan movies, do not read any further. Ditto if you love/ work with/ for The Times of India. I’ve been a loyal TOI reader since I was about ten. Since then, my daily routine has revolved around the paper. I was also in my school days a TOI Young Journalist for two ...

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10 Reason Why You Shouldn’t Get Your Kick This Weekend.

1.  Sajid Nadiadwala directs a movie for the very first time and he makes a mess out of it. Its so stupid that a 15 year old will feels the PJs on his smartphone are way cooler than this.  2. What a blatant stunt it is, adding Randeep Hooda and Nawazudin Sidiqui to the star cast just to cash in on ...

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Bullshit Badshah

In this dark age of Bollywood, where we have nothing but remakes and rip-offs on screen, there comes a movie which is set apart from the rest, a movie that reassures your faith in our film industry. Sadly, I didn’t get to see that movie, so I had to settle for ‘Bullett Raja’. The first thing that I have to ...

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Cascade 21, Jamnabai Narsee, Mumbai, August 24, 25.

The Inter-School festival calendar has begun: 5000 participants are expected from 50 schools to compete in 54 events; over two days, for one glorious trophy. One of the largest interschool fests, Cascade is managed by the young Alumni of the school- The Jamnabai Narsee Alumni Association (JNAA) Since its inception in 1993 with a humble beginning of ten schools, Cascade, ...

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Mummy, Ye Idiot Box Kya Hota Hai?

Our TV is a 15 year old artefact which randomly switches channels on its whims and taunts you back by rejecting its good ol’ pal – the remote control. It wakes up with a hazy picture and whines all day with its busted speakers. NO! This is not a result of our domestic violence on the TV. It’s just its ...

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