Catching Fire is a powerful, evocative movie that does what any good sci-fi movie set in a dystopia should do.
If you've watched the show, then you know why Khan doesn’t go for interviews. Twelve hours later, I’m still trying to make sense of what he said.
It'll take more than one disaster before I wash my hands of Dhulia. Let's just call this one a small mistake and wait for his next great film.
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