Category: Ram Kamal Mukherjee

Known for his ‘notorious’ stories and countless scoops in field of entertainment journalism, Ram Kamal Mukherjee doesn’t require any introduction. In a career span of 15 years, he has won three awards, worked with publications like Times of India (Mumbai Mirror), The Asian Age, Mid Day, TV18 Network and ABP Group, wrote a coffee table book on Hema Malini, worked as Vice President with Pritish Nandy Communications and headed India’s leading film magazine Stardust as editor-in-chief. He is known for his quirky statements and indepth knowledge in national and global cinema. Loved by few and hated by rest, he currently boasts 18,000+ twitter followers and more than 10,000+ fans on his official Facebook page. You will find him here, once in a while, when he is not too busy with his ‘secret mission’.

Amjad And Azaan…An Untold Story

Believe it or not, our blogger Ram Kamal Mukherjee would always turn down the volume of the radio whenever he passed by the mosque. He still does…because of Amjad Sheikh. Here’s the untold story…

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Judge Me. Judge Me Not.

Our columnist Ram Kamal Mukherjee returns from his ‘secret mission’ and talks about a film which could have been Sidharth Malhotra’s ‘Badlapur’, but unfortunately it’s Fawad Khan who took the cake and the bakery.
Read Mukherjee’s completely different take on Shakun Batra’s latest outing.

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Couture, Kapda Aur Dukaan!

On the eve of Independence Day our columnist Ram Kamal Mukherjee talks about films, fashion and fabric. Are we too snooty to acknowledge Ahir’s embroidery or Bhagalpur silk? Do we take pride in flaunting Gucci, Prada and Zara? Do we care about our desi fabric? From Bhanu Athaiya to Anita Dongre, from Hema Malini to Diana Penty they all have something to share. Read on…

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