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A Few Bad Men (and Women): The Journey of the Villain in Hindi Cinema

National Award-winning Balaji Vittal speaks to Shantanu Ray Chaudhuri on his new book, Pure Evil: The Bad Men of Bollywood

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The Making of Satya

Novelist and writer, Adithi Rao who was assistant director on Ram Gopal Varma’s Satya, rewinds to the behind-the-scenes ...

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Iron in the soul

“Meet Manohar Mhatre, the eminent artist who was with the legendary Progressive Art Group, but has never hankered after fame or money&rdq...

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Let's keep the #JungJaari for Equality and Justice - CJP's Human Rights Manifesto for Election 2019

The upcoming general election is critical for human rights in India, given the recent surge of violations of rights that are constitutionally guaranteed for all Indians. Wi...

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War of Words

Though many of his plays have been absurd or surreal, Makrand Deshpande wanted to experiment with an all-out farce, and what ...

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‘Sonyachi Jejuri’: A Festival that paints the Town Gold

India is a land of colours and festivities.  A small town in Maharashtra, actually lives up to the name ev...

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Think About The Bigger Picture: Life Lessons From Meryl Streep & Other Successful Women

Meryl Streep has been nominated for more Academy Awards than any other actor, and has won for Kramer vs Kramer, Sophie’s Choice and The Iron Lady. In 2015, she sent e...

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Crafter With Tradition

From Thursday, a lively, dancing, singing, leaping caravan of people will make its way to Mumbai. There will be artisans and weavers, singers and dancers, farmers and sheph...

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Glenn Close Donates To Mental Health Association Of Central Florida

Glenn Close has donated $75,000 to the Mental Health Association of Central Florida. The six-time Oscar winner made the donation on Thursday, prior to speaking at the organ...

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Interesting plays to be staged at the 16th edition of Thespo!

Covering themes ranging from social injustice, urbanization and mental disorders, the festival’s plays stay true to its tradition of creating an eclectic, diverse...

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