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A Requiem For Mayfair Cinema

English movies which essentially meant Hollywood films (Hollywood being the benchmark for “good cinema” catering to the English-spe...

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A Conversation With Freny Manecksha

Freny Manecksha brings stories from Bastar and Kashmir in her latest book Flaming Forest Wounded Valley. She gets into a conversation with Read More

A  ROTI PLEASE!

One of the foremost signs of failing governance is that many more poor people are dying of hunger and malnutrition, writes Humra Qurais...

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ALWAYS IN THE NEWS

Humra  Quraishi harks back to 1994, the year in which Sushmita Sen was crowned Miss Universe. She revisits an interview w...

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Srijit Mukherji: A Filmmaker at a Crossroad

Three releases in a month, a fourth lined up. Is Srijit Mukherji spreading himself too thin? Shantanu Ray Chaudhuri ...

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ILA ARUN: GIVING VOICE TO LIFE

Ila Arun is a woman of many parts and one who is in command of all of them. She has a contagious zest for life, writes Aparajita Krishna <...

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SRK: THE PROLOGUE

Khalid Mohamed spools back to an interview with Shah Rukh Khan on his opening phase of attaining superstardom.

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The Filmmaker And The Feminist

Vinta Nanda chats with Rinki Roy Bhattacharya, one of the first feminists, a woman greatly respected by the entire fraternity ...

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The Religion, Caste & Poverty Discussion

In continuation of what she’s written earlier, Humra Quraishi is focusing on the young in context to the horrific commun...

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BENGALI MAESTROS ON THE FAMOUS 4!

Aparajita Krishna writes, “Like the persons quoted herein many of us live with the memories of those times in Indian cin...

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