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What Bollywood can learn from Hollywood

Monojit Lahiri does a hard close-up at the changing attitudes of Hollywood stars toward Indie films and proposes that Bollywoo...

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‘Having a blast’ is a very ordinary thing to do!

How often have we all said, “Hey, let’s have a blast”, or, “What a blast we had last night”, writes Vinta...

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Signs of the time: What Gandhi didn’t want

Humra Quraishi looks at the indiscriminate violence taking place around the country ironically...

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Signs of the time: Rape, the weapon of mass destruction

Humra Quraishi comments on the most recent rape of a nine-in-year old girl in the national capital of India and the ruthlessne...

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Signs of the time: The politics that ‘meats’ the eyes

Humra Quraishi discusses the divisive politics being played by right-wing forces and the relentless efforts being made to crea...

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Whose normal is it anyway?

Vandana Kumar goes around John Cassavettes’ ‘A Woman Under the Influence’ and discusses how Independent Cine...

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The Incredible Story of India’s First Miss India

Khalid Mohamed pays tribute to the first Miss India (1947), Esther Victoria Abraham, who becam...

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Failed promises of the right wing: Andrzej Wajda

Sharad Raj transports you back to the film Ashes and Diamonds - an all-time masterpiece of Polish cinema, directed by one of the most important filmmakers,...

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When men change and repent: Cinema of Kenji Mizoguchi

Men are at loose ends without women to enslave, to desire, to abandon. Sharad Raj explores why the director is forgiving of th...

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Decoding Shakespeare drama through fate

Neil Banerjee retrospects on the literature of Shakespeare on his 405Read More