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'Lipstick Under My Burkha' Review: A wasted opportunity that ends up as a lame exercise in voyeurism

A Potpourri of Vestiges ReviewBy Murtaza Ali KhanFeatured in IMDb Critic ReviewsLipstick Under My Burkha is finally set to release after a long fight with the CBFC over the nature of its content. Produced by Prakash Jha, the film is written and directed by Alankrita Shrivastava who has assisted Jha on films like Gangaajal, Apaharan, and Rajneeti. Lipstick Under My Burkha stars ...
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Amrapali Gupta speaks out on her leaked intimate photos with husband Yash Sinha

A Potpourri of Vestiges FeatureActress Amrapali Gupta who is seen in Ishqbaaz feels that monsoons have brought too much love in her married life. Actress spent quality of time with her husband Yash Sinha. The couple managed to make news with their PDA and the cute things they do for each other.Recently the couple's leaked cozy photographs are doing rounds on which the actress who was earlier seen ...
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Game of Thrones (Season 7), Episode 1: Revenge is a dish best served cold

A Potpourri of Vestiges ReviewBy Murtaza Ali KhanThe seventh season of Game of Thrones has finally got underway. As oppose to the usual 10 episodes this season will have just 7 episodes. The season has started on a good note and has set up things really well. Almost all of the key characters got some screen time. SPOILERS AHEAD!!!While we all know that the Winter is fast coming, it has come a bit ...
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Ravi Kishan’s enthusiasm reveals the charm of upcoming LuvKush Ramleela this year

A Potpourri of Vestiges FeatureAs the time coming near day by day, the entire team of LuvKush Ramleela is gearing up enthusiastically for the biggest blast of the year. According to the latest press conference held by Ramleela committee, few B-town stars were there to beat the heat with their presence, which includes Ravi Kishan, who was witnessed with full of passion for the same. Along...
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Arif Zakaria talks about his diverse acting career and the emergence of digital in an exclusive interview with A Potpourri of Vestiges

A Potpourri of Vestiges ExclusiveBy Murtaza Ali KhanA Potpourri of Vestiges recently caught up with veteran actor Arif Zakaria who is known for his versatile acting in films like Darmiyaan, 1947: Earth, Haunted, Lootera, and Blue Mountain. He is one of the few actors in the country who have been tasted success in films, television as well as theatre. His most popular television serials includ...
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Apprentice (2016) – The Pensive Gaze of the Hangmen

A Potpourri of Vestiges ReviewBy Arun KumarFeatured in IMDb Critic ReviewsIt’s been nearly fifty years since the maverick Japanese film-maker Nagisa Oshima made Death by Hanging (1968), a subversive statement against death penalty. A year before Oshima’s film, Richard Brooks’ True Crime masterpiece In Cold Blood (1967) was released – based on Truman Capote’s incendiary non...
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Ambika Suri, the creative producer and casting director of Shab, talks about the movie's casting choices in an exclusive interview with A Potpourri of Vestiges

A Potpourri of Vestiges ExclusiveBy Murtaza Ali KhanAmbika Suri with Sanjay Suri and OnirRead our review of Shab hereOnir's latest film Shab has open to positive reviews and everyone seems to be praising the acting performances along with Onir's creative storytelling, of course. Be it the newcomer Ashish Bisht or the French actor Simon Frenay or the Bengali actress Arpita Chatterjee, Shab has a ve...
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'Jagga Jasoos' Review: Anurag Basu's self-indulgent mishmash of ideas and themes

A Potpourri of Vestiges ReviewBy Murtaza Ali KhanFeatured in IMDb Critic ReviewsJagga Jasoos is the latest offering from Indian filmmaker Anurag Basu who’s known for films like Murder(2004), Gangster (2006), and Life in a… Metro (2007). Basu’s previous directorial venture Barfi! (2012) was a major box-office success. Jagga Jasoosstars Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif in the lead...
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'Shab' Review: Onir's refreshing take on human relationships in the modern world

A Potpourri of Vestiges ReviewBy Murtaza Ali KhanFeatured in IMDb Critic ReviewsShab is the latest offering from the National Award-winning filmmaker ofI Am, Onir, who is one of the pioneers of independent cinema in India. And, in many ways, it was the critical success of his 2005 film My Brother… Nikhilthat encouraged other directors to look upon indie filmmaking as a viable alte...
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Amy Jackson to produce a short film for animal welfare

A Potpourri of Vestiges FeatureBy Murtaza Ali KhanBe it raising her voice against cruelty towards animals or raising funds through an NGO for the betterment of animals, Amy Jackson has always supported animal welfare.Taking the noble cause to the next level, the gorgeous actress has now decided to co-produce and feature in short film with her friend creating awareness abou...
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