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Book review - Rang De Basanti - The Shooting Script Frankly, it was a thrilling moment indeed to hold 'The Shooting Script' of Rang De Basanti in hand. After all, the film has managed to gain the status of a modern day classic and what better way to celebrate its positioning in Indian cinema than to own a copy of its script. Moreover, with
Book Review - Chaudhvin Ka Chand - The Original Screenplay When you are through reading 250 page book 'Chaudhvin Ka Chand - The Original Screenplay', one thing that you distinctly remember is an anecdote shared by leading lady Waheeda Rehman. Apparently, when the chartbuster title track was re-shot in color, Censor board had an issue with the
Book review - Acting Smart Tisca Chopra has been a known name in film and television circuits. In fact it won't be erroneous to state that she is one of the few ladies in the industry whose name commands certain respect and dignity. Never mind a Bollywood kick-start with a lesser known film called Platform a couple of
Book review - Freeze Frame A few weeks back Bhawnaa Somaaya's 'Talking Cinema' had arrived on the stands. The book was primarily a compilation of conversations that the veteran journalist had with several B-town celebrities. Unfortunately though, the expectations of something really engaging and spicy weren't
Book review - The Making of Don In the last decade or so, numerous books have been written on the making of classics like Mughal-E-Azam, Pakeezah, Mother India, Devdas and more. On the other hand, some modern day classics like 3 Idiots have found attention from writers too. However, seldom has there been an effort made to relive
Book Review - Masala Madness and Manmohan Desai 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
Book Review - In the Company of a Poet - Gulzar 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

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