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Poet with a social commitment: Sahir Ludhianvi

Terribly disturbed by his dear and younger friend Mohammad Rafi's demise on July 31, 1980, Sahir also followed suit after a few months, writes ...

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Those Courtesan Days

Film historian Dhruv Somani, writes on the near-extinct genre of Bollywood films, which took you into the kothas and durbars o...

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Farewell Basu Da

Amit Khanna talks about Basu Chatterjee on the day Indian Cinema has lost him. He recalls how Basu Da was known for having mir...

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Kaleidoscope : Springtime For Gujarati Theatre

There is a growing demand for experimental work in Gujarati theatre, particularly if a younger audience is to be tapped, the demographic not attracted by the domestic ...

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True Review TV - A Classic Revisited

Monday evening saw the start of Life OK?s newest serial -- Ek Tha Chander Ek Thi Sudha, a page out of the best of Hindi literature -- Dharamvir Bharati?s iconic novel, Guna...

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PERFORMANCES NEED RECOGNITION

If one?s watching a serial minutely, what one can?t overlook are those finely nuanced gestures from an actor. Sure credit does go to the director, and the actor merits it t...

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NO BLING, PLEASE

A television channel scan threw up an emerging change of dress code for women. The women characters ? mothers, mothers-in-law, bahus, etc. -- are wearing trendy outfits. Lo...

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A Pot-Pourri Of Shows

Instead of feeling jaded with the rounds of the same old shows, one is feeling buoyant. Two new channels ? Zindag, which has settled well into selective living rooms in the...

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