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HUMPTY SHARMA KI DULHANIA (HUMPTY SHARMA’S BRIDE) HINDI: ENGLISH SUBTITLES

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A lighter, gauzier version of 1995’s “Diwale Dulhania le Jayenge” starring Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol. Why the title, so informed by irrevocable breakage, is a mystery; “Humpty” is an indestructible entity when it comes to his choice of a “bride”. Here is delightful romantic comedy blessed by two of Bollywood’s youthful, dynamic film forces. Alia Bhatt is formidable as ... Read More »

HUMSHAKALS: HINDI:ENGLISH SUBTITLES. BOLLYWOOD BOMB

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This dreadful monument to poor taste ranks in the laurels of one of the worst films ever made, in any country; an embarrassment to its industry; how and why in Shiva’s name was this ever produced?  Director Sajid Khan proves certifiably unbalanced, not even worthy of the mental institution he places his protagonists in; men, masked as dogs, howling idiocy;   ... Read More »

FILMISTAAN HINDI: ENGLISH SUBTITLES

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This is a film, that despite its origins, has universal appeal; it exponentially gets better and better; focusing on India/Pakistan relations; no sensational headlines, just an insightful look at ordinary people, some nefarious, some humane,  struggling to live in tumultuous times. The film is anchored by the remarkable performance of Sharib Hashmi as “Sunny” a frustrated wanna-be-Bollywood movie star; he ... Read More »

RETURN FROM THE WONDERS OF SOUTH INDIA AND THE FILM “BHAAG MILKHA BHAAG” (“RUN MILKHA RUN”) HINDI:ENGLISH SUBTITLES

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Two enchanting and mystical weeks of temple -trekking through ancient, sacred monuments: iconic reminders of a people’s dedication and love for their gods; the might of their of their dynasties (Chola in particular): Shiva, Vishnu and Buddha, their avatars, miracles, mysteries laid bare by the inimitable scholar, Dr. Maduvanti Ghose, Alsdorf curator of Indian, Southeast Asian, Himalayan, Islamic art at ... Read More »

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