TV

Meri Durga: Out-striding the Indian Orthodoxy

The Indian Television drama seems to haveshunned cooking its clichéd kitchen politics and is heading towards portraying some bold stories stifling at thegrass root l...

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Yeh Hai Mohabbatein: Playing The Love Card Right

Balaji Telefilms has always grabbed eyeballs since its inception and held people’s attention gaining a devout viewership for their intriguing daily soaps with a conte...

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A Definitive Historical

In School we were taught that Shivaji thwarted the attacks of the mighty armies of the Mughals with his guerrilla warfare tactics. Thanks to a Jesuit History Professor, he ...

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Ekta Kapoor, Still A Pioneer

I am Ekta Kapoor’s ardent detractor for the OTT melodramas she has filled living rooms across India at prime time. Sure shows like Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu thi have...

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Afternoon Is The New Prime Time

Doordarshan has already been there and done that. In the mid-90s, the mandarins at Mandi House came up with an unprecedented move to create an Afternoon Prime Time, wherein...

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Repeats, Ad Nauseum

With the Dalai Lama’s visit to Arunachal Pradesh doing the news rounds, there can be no better a time than this for Epic Channel to telecast the first two episodes of...

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MTV: Bold, Sensitive

In 1995, Ashish Balram Nagpal, an art connoisseur, made a film called Adha Adhura which was way too progressive. In the film, Ashish Balram Nagpal, a billionaire businessma...

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Sneha Mathur, A New Role Model

In the early 1990s, at the then nascent MIFF (Mumbai International Festival for Documentary, Animation and Short Films), the package from Canada included a public interest ...

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Acting, No Child’s Play

It’s not often that an episode or sequence gets lifted to a level by some outstanding acting. It’s not necessary that the sterling performance is from an adult ...

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Queens Still Rule

Is Queens Hain Hum heading for a closure, as its not notching up TRPs? It has been moved down from the 8 pm slot to 6.30 pm with a repeat at 11.30pm. The reason, however tr...

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Asia’s largest film making challenge, India film project, calls for entries!

Mumbai, July, 2017: Asia’s largest content creation festival, India Film Projec...

July 22 2017

WE Day Special: Change is in the Air

Making a difference no longer stays restricted to a certain age group. If one is comm...

July 22 2017

Meri Durga: Out-striding the Indian Orthodoxy

The Indian Television drama seems to haveshunned cooking its clichéd kitchen p...

July 22 2017