Aug 17, 2006

Slow and Steady


Unknown said...

I too loved Star Best Sellers. Dead End was too good, till the last scene. Some very good twists.

Another twisting thriller tale was that of involving Alok Nath as senior Judge married to a youngish wife.

Then there was another good thriller where two guys were preparing for IAS in a Mumbai high rise building and get in fatuated with a married lady in an apartment in the next building. It was terrific story.

Kay Kay serial killer one was nice too so was the Irfaan, Raguvir and Himani SHivpuri one.

There was also story in which Irfaan was an aged photographer and had done some path breaking job with the help of his assitant but some one wants to kill him.

I especially loved two stories directed by Tigmanshu Dhulia - one was called "Bhanvre Ne Khilaya Phool Phool", and the other one in which Varun Badola is bicycling to his home and on the way he in advertantly rubs the ego of a few tractor driving jats wrong way.

The show indeed was a breath of fresh air!

Unknown said...

Thanks for noting down some more episodes, Manish!

Anonymous said...

I just saw the Star Bestsellers version of the story (Witness). It was very moving. Well-acted and certainly well-written; a true reflection of the human condition.

Debasish said...

A search for Witness led me here...

Waiting to catch hold some of the Star Bestsellers episodes online. Last Train to Mahakali and Kya Yahi Pyaar Hai are there on YouTube

Anonymous said...

1. 2guys prepare for IAS exams - dil se
2. Irfan raghuvir himani and tisca - ek shaam ki mulaquat
3.Vrijesh hirjee and irfan khan - Gautam Aur Govinda