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Results for "Satya"


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      Satya and Ram Gopal Varma: Whose Truth is it Anyway?

      Note- This is the 2nd part of my Satya story. The 1st part can be seen here. –> Disclaimer: There is a term called ‘The Rashomon Effect’; in which observers of an event produce substantially different but equally plausible accounts of ‘the truth’. So it is possibl...

      Tags: movie reviews, Author's Corner, Featured, Movies, Anuragp Kashyap, Bhanodaya, Chakravarthi, Manoj Bajpai, Mazhar Kamran, Ram Gopal Varma, Ramu, RGV, Satya, Saurabh Shukla

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        Satya and Ram Gopal Varma: The Journey Begins Part 1

        My name is Apurva Asrani. I am a film editor. My job profile includes receiving shooting rushes and putting together a cohesive film. I attempt to choose the most honest moments in the material to string together a tableau of scenes. I try to work at proper punctuation. i.e moving around silences...

        Tags: movie reviews, Author's Corner, Featured, Movies, Anurag Kashyap, Bombay Underworld, Chakravarthy, Film Editing, Gulzar, Manoj Bajpai, Ram Gopal Varma, RGV, Satya, Saurabh Shukla, Urmila Matondkar, Vishal Bhardwaj

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          Satya: 100 years of Indian cinema, 15 years of the truth

          Lie, one last time… I’ll handle the rest… In “Satya”, directed by the ever notorious Ram Gopal Varma, there is a scene, when Satya, played by a bearded  J. D. Chakravarthy tells Bhiku, played with free flowing relish by bearded Manoj Bajpai, that he wants...

          Tags: movie reviews, Featured, 100 Years of India Cinema, 15 years, Aditya SrivastavaParesh Rawal, Gangster Movie in Bollywood, J.D.Chakravarthy, Manoj Bajpai, Mumbai Underworld, Ram Gopal Varma, Satya

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            Cinematic Moments That Never Left Me

            There are moments in cinema that never leave you. For weeks, months.. Years. It is impossible for me to write down all the scenes that I saw and never left. If there are 100 scenes that never left me, I will be probably able to write down just 9 here. I have restricted myself to Hindi films. A co...

            Tags: movie reviews, Featured, Movies, Andaz Apna Apna, Bollywood, DDLJ, Dil Chahta Hai, Masoom, Munnabhai MBBS, Satya, Swades, The Last Lear, Unforgettable Scenes, Vaastav