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Category:2013 films Category:Indian action films Category:Indian films Category:Indian spy films Category:Indian remakes of French films Category:2010s spy films Category:2010s action films Category:2010s Hindi-language films Category:Spy action films Category:Indian action thriller films Category:Films directed by Akkineni Nagarjuna Category:Films shot in Mumbai Category:Films shot in Rajasthan Category:Films shot in Chittoor district Category:Films shot in Hyderabad, India Category:Films shot in Abu Dhabi Category:Films shot in Chennai Category:Films shot in New Zealand Category:Foreign films shot in Thailand Category:Reliance Entertainment films Category:Films shot in Bangkok Category:Films set in New Zealand Category:Indian Armed Forces in fiction Category:Films featuring an item numberReview: Fear of a Black Planet, an extraordinary glimpse of a near future Review: Fear of a Black Planet, an extraordinary glimpse of a near future ByDaniel H. Wilson May 2, 2017 — 8.27pm I’ve long enjoyed Julian Barnes’s novel, The Sense of an Ending, which highlights the difference between past and future tense. Now it’s on the bestseller list, and if there’s one thing I know, it’s bestsellers. It’s at best a minor work, a piece of short fiction, actually. As Barnes wrote in an interview, “I’m not one of those people who writes novels for the sake of it.” I think it’s more likely he’s a lawyer, a novelist. In the last passage I’ve read, Barnes observes, “A method of literature I think everyone should be familiar with is the short story, which is a classical form, and of course there are no rules about when to write one. A writer can do it in a novel, as I do, but for a short story, it must be one of those points in time when you need to think of doing something different. I’m a very happy adherent of the idea that you should write in the present, but you don’t have to.” And that


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