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Women’s Voices

The experiment of staging a selection of monologues worked well in Gujarati. In the first collection of seven short plays-- Saat Teri Ekvees (7...

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It Happened One Night

Noir thrillers had their own visual glamour—smoky bars, shadowy streets, men in trench coats and Fedoras,...

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Lights Still On: Portrait of a 70-year-old Photo Studio where once Bollywood’s Legendary Stars Shone Bright

 The incalculable number of photographs – running into crores – of vintage Hindi cinema’...

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Celebrity Circus and Media

Andy Warhol famously said that everyone in the world would be famous for fifteen minutes.

Hyperbole per...

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The Other Dilip Kumar

As the car heaves uphill from the Khar end, I notice a high blue scaffolding covering that familiar old place.  A sign board is clearly visible outside. Despite the sm...

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The Times Are Changing

Those familiar with Gujarati theatre would know that, by and large, the audience favours family dramas and social comedies. However, there are always exceptions to the rule...

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Renaming Places And Roads!!!

The practice of renaming is often a political gimmick. Or it may be some individual politician’s fetish to grab mileage. The familiar ritual has existed for year...

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Screen To Stage

Sometimes all it takes is a dream. Feroz Abbas Khan wanted to do a play based on the K. Asif classic Mughal-e-Azam for years. Finally the universe conspired and the product...

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Tough Acts To Follow

It’s that time of the year, when a few odd serials have drawn their curtains, and new shows are up for grabs. Last week television audiences witnessed the closure of ...

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Weekend Prime Time's New Face

Television screens dripped with a new face over the weekend -- Jackky Bhagnani, with or without his Youngistan costar Neha Sharma, which released last week. From Friday nig...

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