under Ajit Duara

Unlike a Bhandarkar movie, it has no memorable characters, no social commentary, and sadly, no big laughs either

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3 Feb 2011 | BY Ajit Duara

The braided  storyline, used so stylishly in Dhobi Ghat, can actually be traced back to Leo Tolstoy’s War and Peace and DW Griffith’s The Birth of a Nation

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28 Jan 2011 | BY Ajit Duara

The city of great texture and matching indifference is poignantly captured by Kiran Rao in a sparkling debut

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28 Jan 2011 | BY Ajit Duara

Be prepared to shed your political correctness for this ode to the Patiala Peg and all things ‘Caneda’

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20 Jan 2011 | BY Ajit Duara

The leading ladies shine, but the film rests on peripheral characters who fall woefully short

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14 Jan 2011 | BY Ajit Duara

Designed as a festive season film to rake in the moolah, this is a Hollywood assassination of literature

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5 Jan 2011 | BY Ajit Duara

As far as parodies go, it’s a good one. But does the director have any original ideas?

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31 Dec 2010 | BY Ajit Duara

A Woody Allen romantic comedy minus the wacky humour and curiosity the director is famous for

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23 Dec 2010 | BY Ajit Duara

A bunch of newcomers gets the sound of go-getting Dilli pitch-perfect but slips up on the romance front.

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16 Dec 2010 | BY Ajit Duara

An unconvincing period film that fails to establish the setting, but nevertheless raises some essential points

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9 Dec 2010 | BY Ajit Duara
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