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Why Bollywood needs to make more thrillers like Andhadhun

Its thrillers have come of age. But, they haven’t been able to emulate the subtlety of the first-rate Hollywood thriller as yet.

Bollywood makes romances, action films, period dramas and comedies. It often makes films that combine romance, action and comedy. From time to time, it also makes mysteries, horror films and thrillers. Sriram Raghavan’s Andhadhun is the latest thriller in town. A layered story with amoral characters like that of a musician who pretends to be visually challenged and a former movie star’s wily and charming second wife, Andhadhun is a gripping film nobody should abandon midway.

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