Ajay Nath comes from a well-to-do family and is known for his tendency to use pranks to get his own way with his parents. For example, he once asked Dr. Panjabi to tell his dad a lie about him having cancer in order for Ajay to join his college friends on their trip to Kashmir.... Continue Reading →

Phir Bhi Dil Hain Hindustani

Ajay Bakshi and Ria Banerjee both work as journalists for competing television networks, K-TV and Galaxee, respectively. They are encouraged to play a game of one-upmanship or one-upwomanship by their superiors, Kaka Chowdhary and Mr. Chinoy. This offers them the chance to occasionally start singing while exclaiming, "I am the best!" When the two become... Continue Reading →


Badal attempts to comprehend the mindset of extremists and the most efficient way to manage them. Raj Kanwar's narrative takes place in Punjab, the source of terrorism, where he claims that harshly punishing or eliminating terrorists may actually lead to an increase in people joining militancy. There are two perspectives on this police tactic –... Continue Reading →

Anand – A 1971 classic movie

Anand is a classic Indian movie released in 1971, starring Rajesh Khanna, Amitabh Bachchan, and Sumita Sanyal. The movie is a drama about the life of Anand, a young man who is diagnosed with lymphosarcoma, a terminal cancer. and his relationship with Dr. Bhaskar, his friend and doctor. Despite his illness Anand remains positive and optimistic, and his upbeat outlook on life has a profound effect on the people around him. As the doctor and Anand become closer, Anand's spirit helps the doctor to realize the true meaning of life and to appreciate the small moments in life. The film is very emotionally moving and deals with the emotions of life, death, and friendship in a sensitive yet powerful manner. The performances of the lead actors are excellent, and the movie has a powerful soundtrack. Anand is a... Continue Reading →

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