“I noticed that besides curiosity, there was a sense of apprehension in their voices, a freckle of insecurity, a tinge of fear,” writes Tuhin.
“Although he was rooted in Tamil cinema, he had a thorough knowledge of national and international cinema,” Leslie Carvalho writes.
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“Vinay Pathak took off his pants once and in view was his underwear, with Batman emblazoned s on the drawers. “Bat-man, batman, uhh a cricketer heads a neighbouring country” he said, and that bit brought yet another roar of laughter,” writes Arun Bhatia.
“The djembe is a unique instrument in that both treble and base are found on the same surface,” writes Sonali Bhatia.
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“I have not witnessed such sensibility between a prospective in-law and a prospective boy in Bollywood before. Not even in DDLJ,” writes Neha Surekha.