In Transit (Delayed!) Reviews: ‘Attacks of 26/11’ and ‘Inkaar’

We all saw it happen, felt the anguish and disgraced the shameful deed of audacious crime with open arms. Yet, RGV’s bio-centric recapitulation of gory chapters spits venom and reminds us of inhuman embellishment. It isn’t a review, because it isn’t. It was bad walk down the memory lane, with events unfolding in front ofContinue reading “In Transit (Delayed!) Reviews: ‘Attacks of 26/11’ and ‘Inkaar’”