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Hitchcock’s Shadow

Khalid Mohamed writes on the influence of the Master of Suspense on Bollywood movies, which was infinitely preferable to blood...

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Those magical tours

Rumi Taraporevala travels back in time, to recapture the joy of the iconic Lala Tours of Bombay, conducted by St. Xavier&rsquo...

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Sidharth Sengupta: Goldie’s Serial Count!

Aparajita Krishna makes a tortoise run, and faster than a hare, when she wants. Here she makes...

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Born to act: Ahlam Khan Karachiwala

Aparajita Krishna takes a walk through the life of actor Ahlam Khan Karachiwala, born to Indian cinema’s most loved Amja...

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That Poisonous Bite

Khalid Mohamed reviews the BBC-commissioned series The Serpent on Charles Sobhraj, approves he...

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In Conversation with Uttara Baokar

I’m sharing parts of a conversation with path-making, veteran theatre actor who was ideal to generations of theatre-citizens, writes Read More

Begums on top, or nearly

Khalid Mohamed reviews the flawed and yet commendable Begums of Bombay, finds 1962: The War in...

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Exploring the Darker Side

After watching a couple of her films, Vandana Kumar believes, that it couldn’t be merely a coincidence that Isabelle Hup...

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Those were the days

Listening to music on the terrace to while away long, lonely evenings, the comp came up with the song, Those were the days my friend, we though...

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Right at the Centre: Anuradha SenGupta

Anuradha SenGupta’s introduction of herself as a professional, best summarizes her writes Aparajita Krishna  Read More