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- Bollywood’s Best 2-liners: 7 Dialogues From RaanjhanaJune 21, 2017Cherished for its witty observations about life in a small town, teenage infatuation, unrequited love and communal strife, its ingenious dialogues have not aged a day in the four years since the film's release.
- Off Air With a Straight FaceMarch 14, 2017If the special helps kick the season off again on a higher note we'll all enjoy a smoother ride, because there is only one thing worse than watching Ashish Shakya dance, and that is watching Gursimran Khamba dance with him.
- Arunabh Kumar and the Media SagaMarch 18, 2017In the eye of this whirlwind hides a very pertinent question: Have we allowed the media to deliver a premature verdict on a sensitive issue which deserves a closer inspection?
- Baahubali – The Conclusion: Much More Than A Suspense Revelation TaleMay 1, 2017Overall, everyone has scored brownie points with the roles they were allotted and the movie scores really big with such a broad and talented star cast.
- Rogue One: A Star Wars StoryDecember 23, 2016Rogue One: A Star Wars Story may not be the magnum opus of the Star Wars, but it perfectly fits into the saga. Make sure you refresh your knowledge of the Star Wars franchise before watching this movie. Rogue One is beautiful, action packed, nostalgic and above all, emotionally captivating.
- IPL 2017: The Plans That Worked and Those That Didn’tMumbai Indians had a tactically shrewd coach in Mahela Jayawardene and it showed in the way they went about their business. It was therefore, not a surprise to see them win the trophy as they always seemed to have a plan.
- Dear Sachin, Dear Rahul: Letters From India’s Greatest PartnershipWouldn't it be great if Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid recalled the old days by exchanging letters? Let's see how that correspondence might go:
- IPL Ads: We’ve Had Quite Enough, Thank You.One can only hope that this trend does not carry over to any other form of cricket. Otherwise, in a few years, we will be watching a Test match where the umpire will call for a Haldiram’s Chaat and Dhokla break instead of saying ‘Gentlemen, it’s lunch’.
- Zakir Khan’s ‘Haq Se Single’ – An Insight Into Modern RelationshipsJuly 15, 2017
- Misbah and Younis: Is It Really Time To Say Goodbye?May 9, 2017
- Four Ways To Improve The IPL Viewing ExperienceMay 6, 2017
- This is What a Conversation Between Dhoni and Raina Probably Looks Like…May 1, 2017
- Baahubali – The Conclusion: Much More Than A Suspense Revelation TaleMay 1, 2017
- Gurmehar Kaur – Does Freedom of Speech Exist in India?March 1, 2017