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I was thrilled on checking out this book titled 'Masala, Madness and Manmohan Desai' on the stands. After all, for someone who has been a staunch follower of the filmmaker's brand of cinema, a book on his work was a gift no less. The subject chosen was just right too - Amar Akbar
Gulzar could well take the honour of being one of the rare celebrities who has the maximum number of books written on him. In a series of many such books arrives 'In The Company of a Poet'. What makes it different though is that it features acclaimed author Nasreen Munni Kabor 'in
To engage in Bhawnaa Somaaya's conversations with B-town celebrities has always been a pleasure. The veteran journalist has time and again managed to extract tid-bits and some notable trivia out of some such folks who have otherwise been reticent in their conversations with media. Hence on
It is always a pleasure to read and know about the classics from the house of Hindi films. Back then in the 50s, 60s and the 70s, the term Bollywood had not yet come which means films coming from Bombay film industry carried a different identity. One such film was Pakeezah
and acclaimed personality
'Mughal-E-Azam' - the very subject is such that it leads to intrigue, excitement, surprise and euphoria practically every time it comes under discussion. It was no different when I caught hold of yet another book on the subject, this time by author Anil Zankar, who termed his take on
As it is always seen that superheroes appeared in colorful costumes and every time you see a white man underneath, but this time Marvel comics has something exciting and differentiated to offer. It is expected that in February, Marvel comic will commence a series of lead character “Kamal
Aaah, what a fall!
One expected some good fun in 'Grand Masti - Fun Never Ends', the book which basically chronicles the various escapades of Amar, Meet and Prem, the three principle characters of Masti
franchise. After all, this Neha Puntambekar written book was meant to be a rare
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