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‘Mard Ko Dard Nahin Hota’ review: Painfully Superb

Reading Time: 5 minutes Writer-director Vasan Bala doffs his quirky hat to the halcyon days of martial art movies and out and out Hindi movie camp. And he comes up triumphant with a painfully entertaining enterprise that’s headlined by superb, snazzy action.

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‘A Death in the Gunj’ review: Family Dyna(mite)-Mix

Reading Time: 4 minutes The director beautifully builds the characters and their personalities through evenings of drinks, dinner, morning tea, parties, and picnics, getting their hairdo, spectacle frames, clothes and the 70s rebel look as if she’s made you travel back in time. As each scene unfolds, the layers of interaction between each of them and how they impact others does too.

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