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10 years of Raja Sen: His Cruellest Reviews

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apoorv bhatt
raja sen is himself is a cruelty to mankind
by apoorv bhatt on Oct 31, 2014 06:29 AM

this idiot must have lauded happy new year as well. i know he is actually a cruelty to cinegoers!! and would have taken out logic in this idiot movie. does he pay rediff to review or its purposeful

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Good article
by jithu on Oct 30, 2014 06:49 PM

To be frank, I read few of his reviews and then watched those films and I learnt that I should never read any review before going for a movie... I don't believe his reviews and my opinion was correct when he rated 3 Idiots movie... Infact I will close the rediff page after seeing his name in any review..

He uses high profile english to show his talent to others, wonder if he understands his own writing..

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Those movies were
by gakkad on Jun 24, 2014 08:00 AM

indeed bad ones.

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kochadaiiyaan good example
by abdulsadiq on Jun 09, 2014 12:58 PM

for his recent review he has given 1 Star that film has block buster hit in south north still needs time to watch animated movie... he may not be Superstar rajinikanth presence in movie and people love towards to him...

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Movie Fan
Regarding Raavan
by Movie Fan on Jun 08, 2014 09:51 AM  | Hide replies

Hello Raja,
Mani Ratnam's Raavan is the finest film ever made. It is sad that you did not understand a thing about the film. Above all that, you seem to be very assertive about your reviews. This is amateurish reviewing.

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prem k
Re: Regarding Raavan
by prem k on Jun 23, 2014 08:27 PM
critics may go wrong sometimes, viewers may go wrong some other times, but if both go wrong, the movie certainly needs introspection. it was shocking to see a seasoned film-maker like ratnam messing up. the whole movie was a wasted opportunity. there were so many possibilities with the characters and the plot, but maniratnam surprisingly chose something out of a kindergarten textbook. as pointed out by raja sen, was it necessary to overamplify the villainous traits in Vikram's character? was it necessary for ravaan to be a robinhood so that audience could empathize with him? with ravaan, maniratnam probably wanted to please both audiences as well as critics, and he failed miserably with both.

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sudeshna basu
Worst review
by sudeshna basu on Jun 07, 2014 04:04 PM

A very worst review for the movie 'Vivaah'. Hit movies do not always have a good story line. The picture shows a very pure romance between the couple without any vulgarity. The dialogues are very touchy and very soothing to ears. Every girls can relate themselves with the feeling they went through the marriage phase. It's truly a family movie....

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Worst reviews ever read
by on Jun 05, 2014 03:36 PM  | Hide replies

Completely biased reviews with no consideration for diversity of viewers India has. But they are always fun to read, with so much comic content :).

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