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POWERFUL PEOPLE: INFINITE GENIUS, BOUNDLESS THEATRE

Nadira Zaheer Babbar inhabits the same universe where I met her in 1984. Today, she is as intense and powerful as a thousand times more, and it...

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MOVIES: LOOK WHAT RANJAN DAS RECOMMENDS

From Agnes Varda’s The Beaches of Agnes to Suzhou River, Reversal of Fortune, In Bed With Victoria and Zero Fucks Given, check out all th...

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THOUGHT FACTORY: THE MANY HINDUISMS OF SECULAR DEMOCRATIC INDIA

Keeping religion a personal matter and not politicising it is crucial to prevent discrimination, promote social cohesion, and uphold the princi...

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KALEIDOSCOPE: FIVE BOOKS YOU MUST READ BY UTPAL DATTA

In my recent reading journey, each of the books here emerged as beacons and illuminating facets of self-discovery and intellectual pilgrimage, ...

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TRENDING: HUMME TUMSE PYAAR KITNA

Monojit Lahiri checks out the real drama behind this momentous day called Valentine’s Day and checks out all the hullaba...

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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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MOVIES: YOU LOVE CINEMA, RANJAN DAS RECOMMENDS

From The Box, Casa Grande, to Leave No Trace, Happy Old Year and Oru Thekkan Thallu, check out all the films that Ranjan Das Read More

MOVIES: CINEMATIC GEMS OF INDIAN ART HOUSE FILMS

In the vast landscape of Indian cinema, a realm beyond the glitz of mainstream Bollywood exists - one where storytelling transcends mere entert...

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TRENDING: MASCULINITY AND MANIPULATIONS DOMINATE

Films were never meant to be a medium to express hate against women, religion, community, or dissenting voices. Lately, however, Indian films a...

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ACHIEVING CULT STATUS: MASSEY SAHIB

O.P. Srivastav brings Raghubir Yadav and Arundhati Roy's celebrated debut Massey Sahib, a 1985 Hindi drama, adaptation of Joyc...

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