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All its many characters, though portrayed by an able cast, are, ultimately, mere outlines devoid of nuance or depth, points out Sukanya Verma. A mother's protective instincts and intense reaction......
Are heroines successful after having babies?
Photograph: Kind courtesy Anushka Sharma/Instagram Motherhood, these days, don't affect the careers of Bollywood's leading ladies. Perhaps, they never did. After all, actresses like Hema Malini,......
PIX: Parineeti, Raveena shine
Yet another awards show, but Bollywood isn't complaining! Even as film folk head for Padmaavat screenings, and talk about it, the rest of Bollywood are attending awards shows. The stars looked......
Bhoomi Review: Sanjay Dutt makes comeback in one of the worst films of the year!
Bhoomi’s blood-splattering, bone-crunching vigour is as unwelcome as the rest of this ghastly movie, feels Sukanya Verma. Blatantly exploitative and excessive, Bhoomi treats rape as......
Review: Shab: Long, lacklustre, listless
Shab is too coy about sexuality and sleepy in its reflections of loneliness to get anywhere, feels Sukanya Verma. Raveena Tandon is a helluva attractive woman. The abundant, antsy energy that......
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