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MOVIES: TALE OF AN UNBELIEVABLE FILM

The film failed to receive the expected response from the audience at the time of release. But slowly audiences and critics began to appreciate...

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POWERFUL PEOPLE: AN EXCLUSIVE CONVERSATION ABOUT HARMONISING CREATIVITY

Working with Dhruv Ghanekar on the background score for my film White Noise (2005), produced by Mozez Singh and Sevy Ali, was a powerful experi...

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BUSINESS: SPEAK MEMORY!

Monojit Lahiri dumps Bollywood and flashbacks into his life and times in the world of advertising.

POLITICS: NOT MEDIA, MASSES SPEAK THE TRUTH

Humra Quraishi wonders why the ruling party of the day needs to demolish opposition parties and diminish leaders, when it is a...

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GENDER: ZERO TOLERANCE TOWARDS SEXUAL HARASSMENT

Vinta Nanda in a conversation with General Secretary of CINTAA about what it takes to have zero tolerance for sexual harassmen...

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THOUGHT FACTORY: WHO’S BEEN SLEEPING IN MY BED??

Monojit Lahiri investigates how deep is deep in extra-marital journeys, in reel and real life.

POLITICS: JUST KEEP ON LIVING, SAY NOTHING!

Humra Quraishi looks at the events taking place in recent weeks, political and religious, and comments on the systematic silen...

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BOLLYWOOD: THE ENIGMATIC CINEMA OF THE 1980s

It’s easy that calling the 1980s the worst decade for films and music might be a conveniently casual remark for those who do not want to ...

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INDEPENDENT FILM: THE STORY OF A YOUNG BOY IN KASHMIR

In conflict-ravaged Kashmir, Adnan, a young boy from a lower middle-class family, stretches himself beyond limits to earn a smile on his blind ...

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ART HOUSE: THINKING ABOUT JAANE BHI DO YAARO

Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro (Just Let It Go, Friends) is a 1983 black comedy directed by Kundan Shah and produced by the NFDC. It is a satire on bureauc...

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