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 Is religion a boon or bane?

The festive seasons have begun and it is the right time to ask this important question. People speak to Monarose Sheila Pereira Read More

ACTING IS “LYING FOR A LIVING!”

Monojit Lahiri examines the background behind this loaded, apocryphal statement, alluding to the great Hollywood legend, Marlo...

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A DELIGHTFUL TAKE ON ART & CREATIVITY

In an age of brainless big-budget banalities, Rajat Kapoor’s new film is a deliciously unpredictable and thought-provoking exploration of...

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A COUNTRY CALLED CHILDHOOD: A MEMOIR

BOOK REVIEW: Actor Deepti Naval’s journey into her childhood is one from the heart, funny and moving in the same breath. Shantanu...

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FIGHTING FOR BASIC RIGHTS AND FREEDOM

The word 'intolerance' comes with baggage. It implies ego, inflexibility and an attachment to opinion, writes Anupama Mandloi<...

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Walk in, walk out

Film historian Dhruv Somani, writes on Bollywood’s ceaseless dilemma of wasteful changes in the cast of actors because o...

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Touch of Class

As Dimple Kapadia’s birthday approaches on June 8, film historian Dhruv Somani tracks how she has made strong fashion st...

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The Natural

Khalid Mohamed harks back to an interview with Jaya Bachchan on the art and craft of acting during her heyday under the helmsm...

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Music Knows No Caste

After garnering critical acclaim and winning the FIPRESCI Award at the Bangladesh International Film Festival 2022, Bangladeshi filmmaker Shabn...

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Crime Drama, Women and Claude Chabrol!

Writes Vandana Kumar, “No one takes you away from one-dimensional morality while trying to fathom his women charact...

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