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Handmaid’s Tale: A Handcrafted Foreboding

Ever pictured what the future would look like? We all do. Or rather, we all visualize fleeting scenes of happy days being unrolled and harmony for mankind with flying cars and...

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“Black mirror” and the future with technology

Today in the era of technology humans cannot deny that technology plays an inherent role in shaping up their lives today. Whether this influence of technology has helped us or...

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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 leve...

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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 contempo...

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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 was...

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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 th...

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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 a ...

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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 Th...

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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 businessman i...

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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 ani...

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‘Think beyond, solve different’, ways to end the Climate woes

The world is burning and many people across the world are seeking bolder action on clima...

March 18 2019

Children with disabilities more exposed to abuse and violence

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet spoke at a Human Rights Co...

March 15 2019

Nothing Is Impossible

In one of SillyPoint Productions’ earlier plays, the UK royal family hid its Parsi...

March 14 2019