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As a year goes by

Khalid Mohamed remembers the super actor and always-supportive friend, Rishi Kapoor, on the event of his first death anniversa...

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Gup-shup with GoPu

Noted academic, playwright, writer Govind P Deshpande (2nd August 1938 – 16th October 2013) was be...

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Voices we miss

Film historian Dhruv Somani, chronicles the popular film playback singers, who are rarely heard today.

Kill kill, bang bang

Khalid Mohamed reviews  the cop flick Class of ’83 and more fare streaming on the channels currently.

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Laughter in Lahore

Despite its image as a repressed nation torn by turmoil, Pakistan's alternative art movement is slowly making heads turn. Auratnaak, an all-women group of comedy a...

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The Bastion Of Women Nawabs

As the Mughal Empire started disintegrating after the death of Aurangzeb, many local chiefs and governors declared independence. Many others, finding the empire weakened, s...

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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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Not Much Has Changed For Women In 300 Years: Pallavi Joshi

Acclaimed actress Pallavi Joshi, who plays Maratha queen Tarabai in the TV series "Peshwa Bajirao", says though gender equality is being celebrated, the majority of women i...

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Aurangzeb director Atul Sabharwal’s documentary “In Their Shoes” to release in India on March 13 through PVR Director and Long Live Cinema

—The film is set to release on March 13 through PVR Director’s rare in five metros—

Mumbai, February 15, 2015:  Read More