Mr or The Anurag Basu sir, the man responsible for success of Gangster, Metro and Barfi has tackled his first big big budget film. Not only that: it’s a fantasy thriller, and a must-see for anyone who loves cinema.

From the flamboyant opening shot onwards, it shows Anurag Basu in his prime,making a movie he cares about passionately.

Jagga Jasoos is unlike any other film Anurag Basu has ever made and yet possibly the closest to his heart: a big-budget, family epic.

We feel a great artist has been given command of the tools and resources he needs to make such an experimental film in Bollywood.
The richness of detail and evident care that has been extended to all aspects of the production are of a sort possible only when a top director has a free hand to do everything he or she feels is necessary to entirely fulfill a project’s ambitions.


Plot :
Jagga is a curious and shy young boy living in a little town with his accident-prone father, Bagchi.
After admitting Jagga into Boarding School, his father suddenly disappears from the scene. Feeling abandoned, Jagga’s only contact with his father is a VHS tape that he receives every year on his birthday.
Equipped with sharp detective skills, Jagga sets out to solve the mystery of his missing father.
Along the way he finds a partner in Shruti, who is also an accident-prone journalist with a hidden past.
Jagga and Shruti embark on a mission to uncover details of his father’s mysterious life and find themselves tangled in a worldwide smuggling racket.


Jagga Jasoos is a moving, funny and exhilarating film, an imaginative take of a boy in the form of a detective story.

Technical :

The way “Jagga Jasoos” treats its subject, is enchanting in itself, but since the film’s first half is devoted to the escapades of its young detective, it ends up getting you bored and a little rest less.
The way the film has used CGI and other techniques to create the train, Kolkata and a fictitious city called Shundi ( Satyajit Ray’s creation), it’s nothing less than a master piece.
The entire picturization has been so lovingly and extensively expressed in an unique narrative feature that you can’t help but praise the creator.
As the film pushes into its second hour, Anurag da and his team imaginatively and exactingly recreate a new world of Jagga Jasoos and his adventures.
This leads to replicating the extraordinary sets, costumes and special effects.
The film’s craft and technical achievements are of the highest order, combining to create an immaculate present to film lovers everywhere.
It would be hard to say enough on behalf of Ravi Verman’s, cinematography, Pritam’s Music, Disneys production design, the costumes, the extensive visual effects, the editing and the army of technical experts who made all of Anurag Basu’s perfectionist wishes come true.

Another virtue is that the film shows a fascination with early cinema and will remind you of Feluda, Tin tin etc that’s joyful and infectious.

The only negative aspect of this film is its total running time 🙄The climax seems endless and badly dragged. I had to convince my parents to sit till the last scene just to watch the talented Nawazuddin Siddiqui ( guest appearance)

Performances :

The very talented Ranbir Kapoor once again steals the show and very convincingly portrays Jagga with a lot of style and honesty.

Katrina Kaif was really good for a change and our very own Saswata Chatterjee makes an impactful and impressive mark in this film.

Special thanks to Sayani Gupta ,Saurabh Shukla Harish Khanna for their commendable performances.

Verdict :

Jagga Jasoos has a magic that’s rare in Bollywood movies. This is a real Christmas charmer, and easily the most gorgeous hindimovie ever made.
A work of great imagination indeed.
Jagga Jasoos is not a perfect film but definitely a very well made film.

If you love cinema…watch it atleast for once.


My Review : CHAAMP

My Review : CHAAMP
For a change ,I decided to watch & write the review of a bengali film rather than a Bollywood film.
It’s definitely not because I am currenty in Kolkata,its because the bad reviews & the bad word of mouth publicity of Salman Khan’s Tubelight didn’t quite encouraged me to watch it.
Anyway, I am not gonna say that ‘Chaamp’ is a perfect film..but watching a Bengali film after a long time,that too with my parents meant a lot to me.
So this EID, Our very own super star DEV took precedence over Sallu bhai.
If ever a recent commercial bengali film project had some high-horsepower sponsorship, it’s “Chaamp.”
Dev stars in his own written story about a local amateur boxer who gets a chance to fight a heavyweight championship bout.
Raj Chakravorty’s latest flick plays on every human’s ultimate fantasy to conquer against all odds and take home the trophy. Here the trophy stands as a metaphor for the realisation of one’s most precious dreams. And that is precisely what makes Chaamp a universal subject to identify with and feel for.
Also Boxing is the basic premise of the story. Expectedly, there is a whole lot of dishoom – dishoom going on all through the movie. true action film buffs might feel the rush of adrenalin on witnessing the tackily executed boxing scenes.
Some genuinely strong emotional impact emerges from the heavy environment of the boxing ring and gymnasium sweat provided by director Raj Chakraborty.
The PR juggernaut is already at high speed, the Kolkata public might love this film.
‘Chaamp’ does fit into the category of a cliched sports drama about an under dog ‘those that seek to uplift through a rags-to-riches story’,but the very best way to enjoy Chaamp” is not to examine it too carefully; better simply to relax and let the film roll in front of you.
Synopsis :
A small town amateur boxer ‘Sivaji Sanyal’ from Purulia gets a surprise shot at fighting for the heavyweight championship.While at the same time he finds love in the arms of an extrovert girl ‘Jaya’ who is a daughter of a rich industralist.
After a successful run,all the adulation makes ‘Sivaji’ feel over-confident about his game.
In one such match ‘Sivaji’ makes a faulty move resulting in a major accident. This accident leads to a major set back in his career and it leaves him jobless, homeless and bankrupt. He gets sacked by his Sponsors and faces severe financial crunch to pay back his installments and loan payments. The banks auction everything including his house and furniture and the family will be just left with nothing.
The rest of the story is all about how Sivaji and Jaya get back on to the track and how Sivaji emerges as a winner.
Though the story of the film is very commercial and formulaic, the sentimental turn in Raj’s film is heartfelt. But what is particularly appealing is that none of the characters crib or mope around. Instead, they tackle every problem with resilience and boldly.
The part where ‘Sivaji’ loses everything and struggles with the family is borrowed from Cinderella Man (Russel Crowe)
Technical :
Thanks to the talented DOP Soumik Haldar,coz every frame of the film oozes Kolkata, from the environs around Sivaji’s practice arena to the city roads.
Kolkata hasn’t changed much in the past 10 years; there’s still a strange, almost eerie sense of recognition of landmarks and familiar sights more than a decade later.
Since Yuva, Kolkata has received its share of screen exposure (most recently in Meri Pyaari Bindu), but the city will always be best known to movie buffs as the home of Mr Satyajit Ray.
Even today, the Howrah Bridge is one of Kolkata’s top tourist attractions, and many of the visitors aren’t interested in going on it . They’re there to stand and capture it from a distance.
What makes ‘Chaamp’ a special film is that it concentrates on characters, not sports. It would be disingenuous to say that the climactic boxing match is unimportant – it is, after all the movie’s centerpiece – but that’s not all the movie is about. There are only two or 3 major fights – one at the beginning and one at the end. In between, every screen moment is used to develop Sivaji as a person.
He is not traditional invincible hero material here – he’s real,polite and has limited aspirations. Nevertheless, there’s something likable about the guy, and it has its root in the gentle, caring way he treats Jaya and respects his Boss and Mother.
Though the film seem to have few long, slow and dragged moments in the second half, the director made sure that the climax is emotional and effective so that the audience walks out with a happy feeling.
Raj Chakravarthy films always have great music and this film too is no exception. The title track song by Raftaar is quite good. The choreography of all the boxing matches are of Hollywood standards.
The Production values by Dev Entertainment Ventures are grand.
Performances :
Dev is amazing in the role of Sivaji. He plays with utmost conviction and honesty in this film.
Debutant Rukmini Maitra is sweet and very spontaneous. I am in love with her dimples.
Veteran actor Chiranjeet Chakraborty is excellent as the boxing coach. The talented Priyanka Sarkar was very refreshing.
Verdict :
Chaamp is not a flawless motion picture, but it is a feel-good film, and well worth another look.Then again, there’s lot more beneath. It talks about taking responsibility for one’s own problems instead of finding an easy way out.
WORTH A WATCH ( Only running in Kolkata, I guess)

My Review :A Death In The Gunj

My Review :A Death In The Gunj

Prelude :
I don’t know how many of you know this ? The 18th edition of Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival was open with Konkona Sensharma’s directorial debut ‘A Death in the Gunj’.
Unfortunately, I had missed it and was eagerly waiting all this while to watch it at the theatres.
I did watch this film last Friday, due to a busy schedule..I am now posting my review-)

Review :
This entire story takes place in a place called McCluskieganj, which is a small hilly town in Jharkhand State,about 40 miles northwest of the capital,Ranchi.
The town used to have a significant Anglo-Indian community at one time but this has declined considerably.
Although the story is set in the late 70s with its retro setting, it does give faint glimpses of modern receptivity with subtle bold scenes and crude language.

The film has taken great care of it’s atmospherics,which is one of the reasons why you can relate to it so well.
Right from the very first frame, you are drawn into their world and their deceptively cozy holiday.
First Scene : The film begins with two men Nandu (Gulshan Devaiah) and Brian (Jim Sarbh) pondering over how to get a body into the boot of a car.
Then you are taken back a week ago, through seven distinct settings – each embodying a different emotion.


Its’ a simple story, when the son Nandu, his wife Bonnie, their daughter Tani and their introvert cousin Shutu along with Bonnie’s friend Mimi come visiting for Christmas holidays. The rest of the events of the film unfold over seven days. Nandu’s childhood friend Vikram and Brian also live in the same town, and daily come over and induldge in drunken evenings, impromptu games of kabaddi and long afternoon naps.
These friendly get-together acts a setting for hidden skeletons of these characters to come tumbling out,

Vikram is a bully and has a secret sexual affair with Mimi despite Vikram being married. In all this Shutu,who is also the family’s weak link, is left to babysit and take care of Tani.
Shutu is a total misfit who wants to be a part of the group but always finds himself the butt of stupid insensitive pranks and jokes. Nobody takes his side or gives him the time of the day.

The seven day vacation plot leads up to one death ( Still not giving out spoilers)

A Death in the Gunj reminds me of the story telling session, I used to experience many years ago, conducted by my beautiful mom every Friday night post dinner just before I went to bed. All her stories necessarily did not have a moral purpose or a deep meaning.
The same way, this film is just a story about a dysfunctional family gathering, which ends in a tragedy.
After watching the film, I really would like to read the original short story written by Mr Mukul Sharma.

These are the kind of films Indian cinema and Indian audience needs to watch. Real stories, natural acting, real set ups in real locations and top it all an interesting story line.

Shipra Ray’s cinematography very aptly showcases McCluskieganj in a haunting way and you do feel a sense of intimacy in the story and it’s characters. Thanks to the Director Konkona Sensharma


Performances :

Vikrant Massey steals the show with his brilliant, powerful and top notch performance.

Gulshan Devaiah Kalki Koechlin Tillotama Shome were convincing and engrossing in their characters.

Ranvir Shorey was fabulous..he is just going from strength to strength.

It was a pleasure to watch Mr Om Puri and Tanuja ji in a diffrent


Verdict :
A Death in the Gunj is a well made film and deserves a watch 😊

My Review : Hindi Medium

My Review : Hindi Medium

Prelude :
SCHOOL ADMISSION‘ is a parent’s biggest nightmare and this film took me down the memory lane and I could recall those horiffic days, when my parents went through hell getting my brother and me admitted to a premium school in Kolkata. Believe you me,parents can go to any extent inorder to secure the future of their own kids.
I take this opportunity to thank my Mom and Dad for going through so much and providing us the best of everything.

Review :
When it comes to portrayal of ‘Real Characters’ there is hardly any match for Irfan Khan.a versatile actor for sure.He has successfully translated intricate travails of human nature so effortlessly that his performances will remain etched in your memories for a long time.
It tells us the story of a mother who,like any other parent, is concerned about getting her daughter admitted into a “good school”.
It narrates the tale of complex emotions parents go through while trying to get their child admitted into the best school possible. It is the inherent simplicity of the narration that makes the tale so endearing.
The mother’s fear of failure and the dilemma of the father torn between his own lack of self-confidence and the humongous task to passing an interview to ensure the best of education for his daughter reflect a life that we all have experienced at some point in our life.


Plot :
Hindi Medium traces the journey of Mita and husband Raj Batra who fail to get their daughter admitted to a reputed school. Their lack of awareness and inability to speak proper English comes in the way of their daughter’s admission.
The parents are paranoid and are getting dragged down to worry about their daughter’s future as they desperately try to put him into a modern English medium school.
The good news of one of their employees’ child getting succesfully admitted to a premium school through the underpriviledge quota.
On hearing this, they mutually decide to apply through the ‘Underpriviledge Quota’ and get their daughter admitted.
Rest of the story is a must watch…


Technical :

The Director and the writer give us an important message of loving our National language as much as foreign ones. Our love for English (or any other tongue) should not lead us to looking down upon our own Mother Tongue or National Language.
There are several moments in the film that will remind you of your own childhood.
During the climax, when Raj Batra gives a very profound speech about how school admissions have become a pure business and nothing else.
The second half seems cluttered compared to the hour before the interval. Maybe the writer wanted to make it more happening and ends up messing up few scenes.
Btw, This film is not a remake of the 2016 bengali film Ramdhanu, but it does share the same one line synopsis.

Performance :
Irfan Khan (actor) nails it as the simple and straight Raj Batra who runs a reputed Garment store at Chandni Chowk for a living and starts getting goosebumps at the very mention of English. , Irfan scores high when it comes to putting in that ‘extra’ effort to get his daughter,into a good school.
Though he goofs up more often than not, is immaterial. It’s the effort that will make you roll around with laughter. In fact, his speech at the end is a must watch.

Gorgeous and beautiful Saba Qamar is virtually flawless as a mother who is succumed to Society pressure and the fear of failure.Her subtle chemistry and understanding with her husband, too, is sparkling and well shown.

Super talented Tillotama Shome executes her character of a ‘parent-student groomer’ quite well,

Lastly, the powerhouse Deepak Dobriyal nails it as Shyam Prasad andf is a breath of fresh air.

Verdict :
Hindi Medium is a family drama with a touch of innocence and simplicity that will make you want to watch it again. A Must Watch

My Review : Half Girlfriend

My Review : Half Girlfriend

gPrelude :
Thank you Chetan Bhagat the term ‘Half-Girlfriend’ will become a revolution now, especially among the youth (both girls and boys). So my dear brothers, don’t be sad if your crush/love rejects your love proposal, you do have a back up plan” Will you be my Half -Girlfriend? Vice-versa.lolz
Frankly speaking, Half Girlfriend was one of my favourite Chetan Bhagat novels coz the film talks about a guy who is not ready to give up on love and I, a die hard romantic also believes in the same philosophy and I totally related to the story.
In all aspects, the book did work for the youth because nowadays boys and girls are not clear about their relationship status with each other. A boy may think he is more than friends with the girl, but the girl is still not his girlfriend.
Chetan Bhagat writes, India reads….Bhagat’s books have been turned into cinematic successes by the talented filmmakers like Rajkumar Hirani (3 Idiots) and Abhishek Kapoor (Kai Po Che!) for creating something unforgettable in the field of cinema.
So now Balaji Motion Pictures and Mr Mohit Suri turns one of his novels into a film.

Plot :
The movie talks about the sentiments and linguistic struggles of a backward rural Bihari Hindi-speaking boy from Bihar as he enrolls himself at the prestigious English-medium St. Stephen’s College, New Delhi, and falls in love with a “high class English-speaking rich Delhi girl”
The girl does not admit the relationship but agrees to be his “half girlfriend”

Technical :

Overall, the story is quite cliched and offers nothing new ‘Old wine in a new glass’ Both the book and the movie are low on emotions, as the film very conviniently leaps through every available narrative hoop. How and when 1 year or 6 months get passed or covered in the film ? god only knows?

I was so confused as to how i was going to review this film because i had mixed feelings and I didnot want to write a Half-review lolz. But i can say one thing for sure that the screen play was a big let down and the narrative looked so cold, monotonous and crafted.

Highlights :The scene where Madhav is stopped by a bouncer from entering into a bar and Madhav emotionally rants out his ‘Ram-Kahani’ to him was really absurd and funny.
Microsoft founder’ Bill Gatess head superimposed on a body double looks comic and scary at once.

Wimpy characters and predictablen conclusion makes ‘Half-Girlfriend’ a Half -baked affair 🤔


Performances :

Arjun Kapoor plays Madhav Jha decently and tries his best to stick to the bihari accent and the body language. He did work hard for the role and gave his best.

Shraddha Kapoor was okay as Riya. I am not a very big fan of Shraddha ( not because she resembles my bro’s ex, whom I hated) coz she lacks the spark and presence on screen.

A special mention to Vikrant Massey ,Seema Biswas & the sexy Rhea Chakraborty (pleasing cameo)

Music :
The songs featured in the film are composed by Mithoon, Tanishk Bagchi, Rishi Rich, Farhan Saeed, Ami Mishra and Rahul Mishra. The music is soulful and the saving grace of the film. My personal favourite is “Thodi Der”, by Shreya Ghoshal and Farhan Saeed.

Verdict :
Overall, Half Girlfriend is Half entertaining, Half the fun, Half of everything 😢 Undone….Watch it at your own risk or read the book Online-)

My Review : Meri Pyaari Bindu

My Review : Meri Pyaari Bindu

Prelude :

“Pyar karna bahut log sikhate hai … par afsoos us pyar ko bhulate kaise hai … yeh saala koi nahi sikhata”.

I absolutely agree with the above statement coz I was going through the same phase many years ago.
During my Graduation days, I fell head-over-heels for a girl of my batch..true love I must first I am sure.
She was undoubtedly the most beautiful girl I have ever seen (I still maintain dat) she was a breath of fresh air, bubbly, funny, smart and immensely charming.
“Zindagi se behad pyar tha usse … aur khud se zindagi se bhi zyada”
All the boys (in all the batches) were in love with her and I was just one of them.
We did become friends (not bff) but things din’t go as I had expected and ofcoz she is a married woman now..My bad-(-( But she will always be my first love…Meri pyaari Bindu.

This film reminded me a lot about my first wanted to share it with all of you.

I guess Bengali men are very romantic… Meri Pyaari Bindu talks about the premise of a young bengali guy named Abhimanyu who talks about his first love through a series of flashbacks and tapes.


We never remember in chronological order, especially when we’re going back over a failed romance. We start near the end, and then hop around between the times that were good and the times that left pain.
Have you ever been in love with someone like that? In romance, we believe what we want to believe.
That’s the reason I found “Meri Pyaari Bindu” is so appealing and could relate to it.
Abhimanyu Roy aka Bubla is in love with Bindu from the moment he sees her. His thoughts on love may not run as deeply or in sync with Bindu’s thoughts.
He writes pulp fiction/ Adult novels, and you suspect he is yet to write his own perfect love story.
Can he accept that she simply likes him for now, not for forever? The movie, which is a delightful comedy, alive with invention, is about Abhimanyu wrestling with that reality.

If a woman wants to enchant a man, she is wise enough to become his best buddy. Men fall for this. Abhimanyu set out in life to be a successful writer, not a writer of adult pulp fiction. He and Bindu share the same favorite old retro Bollywood songs (ones you might have heard it before), and both of them record their favorite songs on one tape and save it as a memory.
This is fun not because we get to hear wonderful evergreen retro hindi songs, coz so rarely in the movies do we find characters dancing to these wonderful foot-tapping songs.


Technical :
The movie, directed by Akshay Roy from a screenplay by , Suprotim Sengupta, zeroes in on one of the chief predicaments of post-modern dating – the definition dilemma.
When one party wants to stamp a label on what they’ve got going, the other gets cold feet. Why should it need defining? Bindu gently squirms her way out of the issue, but we guess from her reaction that Abhimanyu’s days are numbered.

The cinematography by Tushar Kanti Ray is beautiful as he captures the beauty of Kolkata in every frame.

Post intermission, the film doesn’t seem to move ahead and fails to offer us anything new. I say instantly, The film is at its best during its first half.
In its opening scene, they’ve already broken up, and we skip back and forth between significant moments of their lives, through various soulful evergreen retro tracks.

Performances :

The talented Ayushmann Khurrana has acted in a lot of movies, ranging from ‘Vicky Donor’ to the gem ‘Dum Laga ke Haisha” He comes into focus here playing a believable, likable guy, hopeful, easily disappointed, a romantic Bengali guy. He is strong enough to expect love, weak enough to be hurt.
Parineeti Chopra evokes that ability in some women to madden you with admiration while never seem to give in or be completely in love with you.

Three cheers to our very own actors from Bengal Rajatabha DuttaAparajita Auddy Kharaj Mukherjee for their amazing contribution and performances.
I felt like a proud Bengali watching this film Thank you Director Akshay Roy Great job-)-)

Verdict :
An ideal version of this film would be painful and playful, and you might just relate to it like me.
But the one we get certainly has delightful moments. After all it’s unlike our mainstream rom coms, it’s a breeze. Go For it…

Why can’t we get enough of Mahira Khan?

Why can’t we get enough of Mahira Khan?

We all know her name—It’s a name that, for the past 7 years, has continued to grace the covers of countless magazines, infinite social networking pages, and endless conversations from all around the world.

Beautiful eyes, magnetic personality, the infectious smile, Mahira Khan is just about the most photogenic woman ever captured on celluloid. It’s difficult, though, to imagine someone so poised, elegant yet so down to earth. That’s probably part of her appeal.

From her iconic work  like Humsafar, BinRoye, to Raees, it’s no secret that Mahira Khan is one of the most revered and beloved women in the world of entertainment. However, what many don’t know is that Mahira is far from being “just another pretty face.” With her work towards the Shaukat Khan Memorial Breast Cancer Awareness program, devotion to being a mother, and life founded on kindness and compassion, Mahira has always has remained a treasured household name; and not just from of her style and career as an actress, but from her inner beauty, wisdom, and love that touches everyone around her.

Women want to be like her; men want to be with a woman like her. This is not necessarily the case for all beautiful women. There is something about Mahira Khan’s beauty that is childlike and unthreatening to women. Despite being a gorgeous, successful actress, Mahira has not lost sight of her priorities and stays humble and down to earth.

My first encounter with Mahira Khan was last year July 27th 2016 at Taj Land’s End during the Vogue Style Awards. My meeting experience seemes so surreal and magical that I still have not managed to get over it lolz ( Will describe the meeting on another separate blog).

Mahira Khan and Me at Vogue Style Awards

As her biggest fan, I believe I have a lot to learn from our favourite Mahira Khan. And while she had many memorable traits, here are few top reasons why we can’t get enough of Mahira Khan

  1. She is always Humble – As one of the most idolized beauty icons in the world, it’s hard to imagine Mahira Khan as someone who is so down to earth and sweet. Humility is undoubtedly the most attractive quality in her. Mahira is always ready to interact or click a selfie with her fans and she never fails to make them happy and always lives upto their expectations.

    Mahira Khan promoting Breast Cancer Awareness
  2. She’s a Mom First –   Despite her glamorous life outside of the home, Mahira never forgets the most important people are the ones who would be there even after the curtain went down. Mahira is the happiest when she is home playing with her cute 7 year old son Azlan . Not only a perfect actor but a dedicated Super Mom too.

    Mahira with her son Azlan
  3.  She is a Role Model to all-  Every girl on earth, given the chance would love to look, be and perform like Mahira. Mahira is one in a billion and I would love to make an inspirational film called “Main Mahira Khan banna Chahti hoon’ inorder elucidate the craze and colossal stature of this iconic actress!
    ‘Masala Awards’


  4. She Conquered Bollywood – Mahira made her Bollywood debut  Raees– opposite Shahrukh Khan this year and ended up becoming the top grossing female actors of Bollywood this year. Mahira is the ‘Unstoppable Khan indeed”

    Mahira Khan in Raees
  5. She exudes class and grace – Mahira is almost synonymous with elegance in our minds. Her movement, posture and speech are drenched in grace. There’s almost something surreal about her, as if the actress herself is just an idyllic character from a fairy tale. wp_ss_20151201_0003
  6. She is Bankable – Be it films, television dramas to various brands,. What ever Mahira touches it turns into gold. Recently Veet Pakistan selected her the brand Ambassador and the face of their brand. Don’t you feel good every time you see that gorgeous smile and feel her “energy?” She evokes a spiritual, high energy in her branding – even in her most simple photos or mentions in magazines. That is connection and resonance. 18194047_1895123730764686_755373804073556966_n
  7. She raises the bar all the time – Mahira Khan is one actor who constantly challenges her self and pushes the envelope. Mahira always offers something new and fresh to her audience and selects new and interesting projects all the time.
  8. She’s unapologetically herself. She gives herself permission to be all she is with no apologies. She is confident, strong, feminine, creative, funny (love her laugh), brilliant,  strong, a loving mother, etc. CjpnCoTWUAYMvHA


    No offense to any of our leading ladies, but it takes a lot to have Mahira’s charisma. Despite being talented, many actresses fail to leave an impression on the audiences because of their low screen value. Mahira has an exquisite ability to stand out in a crowd with her glowering presence.

    Mahira Khan is inspiring a generation of actresses, enchanting millions of men and has managed to attain her own place in Bollywood and also the Pakistan Film Industry that is unimaginable to most actresses of today’s generation!

    Ultimately, it’s not the roles she plays that makes her an enduring cultural icon, but who she is. And this is why we just can’t get enough of Mahira Khankeep-calm-and-love-mahira-khan-4



    Read all my previous blogs about Mahira Khan – Deep Basu’s blogs about Mahira Khan

    Deep Basu- Biggest fan of  Mahira Khan on earth

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