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...Today, she is a villain, the star who has laid claim to the credits for the upcoming film Simran that rightfully belong to the film’s writer. However, in our rush to pass judgment and hang the ‘criminal’, are we allowing the real ‘culprit’ – the film’s director – to get away scot-free? Let’s recap the recent events. A few weeks ago, a tabloid carried the news that the leading lady of the film, Ranaut will share Simran’s writing credits with Apurva Asrani. This was confirmed by the film’s director Hansal Mehta, who stated that the actor had contributed hugely by reinterpreting the dialogues and changing the genre of the film – from a thriller to a comedy. A week later, Asrani gave an interview to the same tabloid, refuting the claims. Around the same time, he was booted out as Simran’s editor, but not after a large part of the work was over. ...Indian Express on May 18, 2017, 3:13 p.m.
...The story of Mahavir Phogat and his two daughters, Dangal is a rather long film. It’s entertaining too, as you watch the father train Geeta and Babita to become national champions in wrestling. Is there room for patriotism in a theatre where people are either too preoccupied playing vigilantes or too fearful to feel much else? I recently watched Dangal at the cineplex in Mumbai’s northern suburbs of Goregaon. And this is the one question I came back asking myself. But that’s not victory enough for Phogat, who dreams of gold. He wants his daughters, especially the elder Geeta, to bring the country fame by winning a medal in the international sporting arena. The whole film is geared towards that final victory, the moment when Geeta brings home that coveted gold. ...Indian Express on Dec. 23, 2016, 9:23 p.m.