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Review: Madhuri Dixit dazzles with Dedh Ishqiya

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Pat Thakur
One thing's for sure; heroines always excel themselves in playing
by Pat Thakur on Jan 11, 2014 04:36 PM

What they're born for - TARTS.

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Radheshyam Mandora
Review seems to be longer than the film itself.
by Radheshyam Mandora on Jan 11, 2014 12:51 PM  | Hide replies

This Review is longer than the film itself and more burdensome thant paying for ticket for watching film.

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Radheshyam Mandora
one need 'raja sen' dictionary to undertand his review
by Radheshyam Mandora on Jan 11, 2014 12:46 PM  | Hide replies

One need great patience and dictionary (RAJA SEN's own one) to understand the reivew

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jignesh bond
Re: one need 'raja sen' dictionary to undertand his review
by jignesh bond on Jan 11, 2014 10:46 PM
100% agree.

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raghu raman
Re: Re: one need 'raja sen' dictionary to undertand his review
by raghu raman on Jan 12, 2014 06:36 PM
I fully agree. I cant understand why Raja Sen has used a language uncommon to a lay man.To impress whom?

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Sumit Ganguly
Film review
by Sumit Ganguly on Jan 11, 2014 11:38 AM

Appropos comment of Velvet, I have said much the same thing several times that reviewing of a film is a subjective matter and the reviewer howsoever competent, presents his views of the film with his sensibilities and thus, cannot please every one. Nor is he suppose to predict the commercial success or failure of the film.
But, Velvet, as you will learn, after your several visits to this forum that this is more about gleeful entertainment for the commentators than the movie which is being reviewed itself. The reviewer happens to be their favourite punching bag and they continue harping on their lack of understanding of the reviewers' English. Perhaps, I feel, that is more simpler than engaging in debate of film making aspects which requires certain capability. As you correctly say it is their decision to read the review and decide to waste their time.
Also, I would add that there are sufficient numbers of reviews of any given film available in media and you can take your pick of reviewers whom you like and understand.

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Literary merit
by VelvetGold on Jan 10, 2014 11:09 PM  | Hide replies

I genuinely pity the lamentable level of literacy and intellectual intrigue in the readers of this review. Why do we keep forgetting this is a written medium and a review, albeit an opinion, by a professional has to look and read like one. The reviewer (a journalist first) owes it to the reader to give complete information so that the reader can make an informed decision. To all the naysayers, if you really dislike Raja Sen or his reviewing skills, don't come back and read them and blame him for wasting your time. You took the initiative to read and comment, so the onus of wasted time is upon you, and not him. Please, get an education before you shoot your mouth off so ignorantly.

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the king of review
by santosh on Jan 10, 2014 03:51 PM

dear sir raja , pls replace word in review we with i am & us with myself

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