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MOVIES: THE ORIGINAL GLAM DIVAS OF BOLLYWOOD

Both of them made relatively quiet debuts in the early ‘70s, Zeenat in OP Ralhan’s Hulchul (1971), and  Parveen in BR Ish...

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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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JAYA BHADURI: SIGNATURE-SUPERSTARDOM REVISITED

“Jaya Bhaduri’s diminutive physical frame had cast a large image across the screens of India”, writes Aparajita Krish...

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TRAVELLING ON THE ROAD TO THE AMERICAN DREAM

Vidyut Latay’s documentary film “Alien” is selected for screening at Tasveer South Asian Film Festival (TSAFF 23). I talk to ...

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MUDIT SINGHAL: EXPOSING DISCRIMINATORY PRACTICES

‘Yes Sir’ is among the best of South Asian films selected for screening at the Tasveer South Asian Film Festival, to be held in Sea...

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THE HRISHIDA I REMEMBER…

Monojit Lahiri pays a personal tribute to this iconic filmmaker on his 101st birth anniversary. Hrishida was born o...

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HRISHIKESH MUKHERJEE: THE EVERYMAN FILMMAKER

Hrishikesh Mukherjee passed away at the age of 83 on 27th August 2006. On his 17th death anniversary Shantanu Ray...

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A MAVERICK MOVING SEAMLESSLY BETWEEN THE TRITE AND THE HALLOWED

Ranjan Das takes us on a visit to a phenomenon who left an indelible mark on viewers, Utpal Dutt, the maverick we continue to ...

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‘GOOD JOB NELIIMA!’

Aparajita Krishna has this power-packed conversation with Neliima Azeem - she calls her ‘a very consummate and individua...

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TOLLYWOOD’S GIFTED ACTORS

Bengali cinema and filmmakers, though revered worldwide, still do not draw much attention within India. It may have to do something with the ov...

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