Month: December 2016

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Masoom (1957) – Review

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On December 31, 2016
Paramount Pictures’ new film Masoom, now running at Rattan, has failed to fulfill even a fraction of expectations from the distinguished team brought together for its making. First of all there is the question of borrowing the theme from the Indian film Toofan Aur Diya. One would not perhaps call Masoom an exact copy of […]

Aah (1953) – Review

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On December 31, 2016

IN spite of being a polished production with good portrayals, Raj Kapoor’s “Aah” receives a severe set-back from the strong flavor of incredibility Which taints the whole picture. This i

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Kum Kum – Interview (1957)

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On December 23, 2016
In an industry ruled by top stars, the lot of younger artistes, who have to fight their way up in the all-competitive world of make-believe, is pretty hard indeed. One such up-and-coming artiste, who has just graduated from dancing to lead roles, is Kum Kum, a deserving candidate for encouragement by critics and connoisseurs of […]
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“There are only two kinds of people,” said a cynic. “Those who live, and those who write diaries.” I never kept a diary and at this stage of my life there seems scarcely any likelihood of my doing so . Memory, of course, is a substitute, but a poor one, because when it casts its […]
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