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The interview of Shah Rukh Khan, Love Actually, in Screen 16-22 Nov. 2012, is perhaps the best interview of him post-release of Jab Tak Hain Jaan. Loved his analytical answers. But the reason I loved the interview is because he was asked about Fauji and the presence / absence of its shadow on his role as Samar and SRK's lyrical analysis of it. The interview also has some wonderful quotes in it. For me, the best one is : 'The acceptance of death is one of the greatest strengths that you can have...' And I salute the tribute he paid to Amitabh Bachchan in JTHJ.
Asmita S. Mukherjee | Mumbai
Screen survey 2012 is incorrect in certain places. How could you ignore the mention of Sivaji Ganesan in the legend of Indian cinema section? He was one of the greatest actors in Tamil and Indian cinema. He is remembered even today by his fans. The digitalised version of the film Karnan was released recently and was a huge success. Film legends like Rajinikant, Kamal Haasan and Lata Mangeshkar will support my view that leaving his name from the list of 'Legends of Indian Cinema — Actor' is a great injustice.
M. Sukumar | Coimbatore