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OHH MY LORDY! They made a song called Akira Kurosawa!! I just about died listening to this, highlight of my week. This looks like such a nice film, as memsaab praised it too, and I can't resist a meta referential film like this so I must find it! I must say it is so good to see Priyanshu in a film after such an absence!


I am totally, completely and utterly in love with Priyanshu Chatterjee's voice, so much so that I was practically dancing with joy to discover he's in Pinjar, which I bought very recently :-)

And Rum, I swear, I've seen the film ten times or more, and every time I end up in hysterics at the Akira Kurosawa song. And I'm with you, any film that goes meta like this one is automatically right up my alley.

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Hi...! I'm pleasantly surprised to find this very well written piece on my film 'Chintu ji'. And all the encouraging comments by others. It's a great solace to know that there are some people in our country who have fine sense of humour and can go deep to understand the true meaning behind a film. It made my effort worth while. I'm really grateful to you,folks.God bless you all !

Your's sincerely,

Ranjit Kapoor
July 22nd, 2011.


@ Ranjit Kapoor

Well. I'm totally gobsmacked to find a comment from you here on my blog. You have totally and utterly made my day, and I'm so chuffed that you liked the write-up of Chintu-Ji. Thank you for the film, as you can probably tell, I really enjoyed it :-)

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Totally Filmi's appearances elsewhere

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    I'll be writing about Virus.
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    I'll be writing about Ustad Hotel.
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    Check out my Great Villains entry on "Mogambo khush hua! Mr. India's most iconic villain".
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    I will be writing about Junglee.
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    I will be writing about Breakaway.
  • "Criterion Blogathon" organized by Criterion Blues

    Where I've contributed my review of Satyajit Ray's classic film Charulata.
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    Check out my Swashathon! entry on 'Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp (1952)'.
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    I will be writing about "Mosayile Kuthira Meenukal" directed by Ajith Pillai.
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