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Bidya chamkegi with Kahani

‘Kahani’ is a suspense thriller and not a lament of a pregnant woman in search of her missing husband.

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Paan Singh Tomar is the Baap of biopics

Among biopic films like Gandhi, Meera, Nayakan, Legend of Bhagat Singh, Harishchandrachi Factory, and The Dirty Picture, this film indeed a biopic that stands tall.

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Getting aCUSStomed

The mute button of TV remote control finally found its utility, when parents would embarrassingly use it, to avoid kids listening to them.

Prakash Gowda | Articles |

Ek Mein Aur Ek Tu: A perfect average

The film, like its lead character, doesn’t try going overboard, get melodramatic, exaggerate, or bore you.

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Atul Kulkarni on dramatics in times of digital film-making

“Even if dramatics die and wither away, what’s wrong? We have short films as medium of expression. You don’t need a theatrical release for everything you wish to say.

Prakash Gowda | Wisdom Tree |

Agneepath has fire in the belly

Agneepath is like a breath of fresh air amid the claustrophobic mindless action flicks. Finally a complete action-packed film which also happens to have writers! Read more…

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Not a eulogy for ‘the actor with puff on his head’

Long Live Dev Saab. You can abbreviate it as LL Dev Saab. Dare you not write RIP, as Dev Anand is a restless soul.

Prakash Gowda | Articles |

Hum Dono Rangeen

Main zindagi ka saath nibhaata chala gaya, Har fiqr ko dhuye mein udaata chala gaya……

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Nothing Filmy about Filmmaking

You don’t need a Santosh Sivan to shoot your film, nor do you need an AR Rahman to compose the background score. Just pick up a handycam and do it yourself – the trial and error way. A large World is waiting to see your story.

Prakash Gowda | Articles |

A belated applause for Mughal-E-Azam

The first half an hour of the film was enough to make one feel guilty for applauding at dialogues of Once Upon A Time In Mumbai, hailing Rajat Arora as
the best dialogue writer ever born in India.

Prakash Gowda | Articles |