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Days 4, 5, and 6 at MAMI Mumbai Film Festival 2018

After having enjoyed three films on day 3, I came back to my normal on days 4 and 5. Because I was working, I could only catch one movie per day. This time one at PVR Kurla and the other at PVR Mulund. I can say I really missed the hustle bustle of PVR ICON […]

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Day 3 of MAMI Mumbai Film Festival 2018

Day 3 was the best day I had so far at the MAMI fest 2018. After having caught only one film and two films on day 1 and day 2 respectively, I finally managed to watch three titles. Thank goodness it was a Sunday. I watched Alfonso Cuaron’s Roma, Devashish Makhija’s Bhonsle, and Unnikrishnan Aavala’s Udalaazham […]

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Day 2 of MAMI Mumbai Film Festival 2018

It is on day 2 of the 2018 MAMI festival that I realized that if I watch at least one movie per day, I will be standing a record seven times for the national anthem in a single week. If I consider this fact the way the government thinks forced patriotism works then I will […]

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Day 1 of MAMI Mumbai Film Festival 2018

Day 1 of MAMI film festival started with going to work but ended with an easy, evening show of Vasan Bala’s Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota at Andheri’s PVR ICON. It was the opening film and its first show, so naturally, the multiplex verandas were overcrowded. I enjoyed the film very much but I could […]

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Day 0 of MAMI Mumbai Film Festival 2018

The 2018 edition of MAMI Mumbai Film Festival started on a low note for cinephiles, some of whom, like me, woke up unusually early to book the tickets for day one i.e. 26 October. Although it took me some time, I managed to get a seat for the first show of the opening film, Vasan […]

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MAMI Mumbai Film Festival 2018 – Preview and Plan

MAMI Mumbai Film Festival 2018

It’s finally that time of the year. When I look for cheeky excuses so that I can take a few days off from work to experience cinema the way it should be. Without kids, without anti-smoking disclaimers, and without censorship. It is when I put everything else on low priority and make love with cinema. […]

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The Definitive Guide to Surviving Shopping at DMart

It is a known fact that shopping at a DMart store can be a life-threatening experience. Which is why a guide like this is absolutely essential. Today, shopping at DMart – the Indian chain of hypermarkets and a nightmare to local grocery shops – is an uphill task. Whatever day of the week or the […]

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