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Banerjee has been doing a good job as the station manager, but he has other dreams, as we see in his apartment; he has pinned on the walls pictures of Hugh Hefner and pictures of discos and sophisticated clubs. When his boss offers a promotion to oversee all his stations, Banerjee refuses; he wants to take his savings and open a classy, sophisticated backgammon club.
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Mira Kaul

THE RISE AND FALL OF SOMEN BANERJEE : WELCOME TO CHIPPENDALES

Banerjee has been doing a good job as the station manager, but he has other dreams, as we see in his apartment; he has pinned on the walls pictures of Hugh Hefner and pictures of discos and sophisticated clubs. When his boss offers a promotion to oversee all his stations, Banerjee refuses; he wants to take his savings and open a classy, sophisticated backgammon club.

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Set several decades after the events of the 2006 film The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause, the Disney+ series brings back Tim Allen as Scott Calvin, the former toy salesman who became Santa Claus. After years of serving as the sleigh-riding, gift-giving, elf-managing icon of Christmas, Scott and his wife Carol (Elizabeth Mitchell) find themselves pondering what comes after life at the North Pole when Scott begins to suspect he’s nearing the end of his term as jolly old St. Nick.
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Mira Kaul

THE SANTA CLAUSES HAS A RIGHT WING SANTA

Set several decades after the events of the 2006 film The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause, the Disney+ series brings back Tim Allen as Scott Calvin, the former toy salesman who became Santa Claus. After years of serving as the sleigh-riding, gift-giving, elf-managing icon of Christmas, Scott and his wife Carol (Elizabeth Mitchell) find themselves pondering what comes after life at the North Pole when Scott begins to suspect he’s nearing the end of his term as jolly old St. Nick.

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Kabir Farooqui (Manav Vij) has retired from a special forces unit and runs a jam-making business, living a peaceful life with his wife Nusrat (Sukhmani Sadana) and two children. His commander Vikrant Rathore (Arbaaz Khan) drops by with the bombshell news that the dreaded terrorist Umar Riaz (Sumit Kaul), believed to have been killed by Kabir, is alive.
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Mira Kaul

TANAAV IS A REALISTICALLY HARD-HITTING POLITICAL THRILLER

Kabir Farooqui (Manav Vij) has retired from a special forces unit and runs a jam-making business, living a peaceful life with his wife Nusrat (Sukhmani Sadana) and two children. His commander Vikrant Rathore (Arbaaz Khan) drops by with the bombshell news that the dreaded terrorist Umar Riaz (Sumit Kaul), believed to have been killed by Kabir, is alive.

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. The story of an undercover agent in the late 1960’s who, disguised as a relative to a family settled in Lahore, makes his inroads into the top brass of the Pakistani Army to figure out what they are planning in their proxy war with India.
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Mira Kaul

MUKHBIR IS A COMPELLING ESPIONAGE THRILLER

. The story of an undercover agent in the late 1960’s who, disguised as a relative to a family settled in Lahore, makes his inroads into the top brass of the Pakistani Army to figure out what they are planning in their proxy war with India.

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Indian Predator
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Mira Kaul

INDIAN PREDATOR: MURDER IN A COURTROOM IS THE BEST SEASON OF THE SERIES

The best part of the series is the interviews with numerous real-life people who witnessed the entire sordid saga from close quarters. They include friends and acquaintances of Akku Yadav, even his family lawyer; the sister of a woman he murdered brutally; social activists who stood up for the women; police personnel; journalists; and of course, the women at the centre of the tale.

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