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PAST IS MY MASTER AND EVENING MY DAWN: VINAY SHUKLA

His film-work has been artistically selective and also across-genres, fairly mainstream, writes Aparajita Krishna.

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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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The Two Who Went Away

Film historian Dhruv Somani laments the fact that the alluring Prema Narayan and Jasmine quit Bollywood way too prem...

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Distorted to Divide

Humra Quraishi comments about the distortion of Indian History and the caste, class and religious divides it seeks to indulge....

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The Gone Girls

Film historian Dhruv Somani focuses on yesteryear’s gutsy Sheetal and Leena Das, who have vanished into a limbo today. Read More

Hate mongering and dreamy love songs

Humra Quraishi asks us how we can participate in assemblies of pleasure and write dreamy love songs, in this atmosphere of vio...

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When Comedy was King

Film historian, Dhruv Somani, salutes the comic actors of yore, who would make us roll with laughter in the aisles.

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Bringing up Bobby

Khalid Mohamed reboots his conversation with the ever-gorgeous Dimple Kapadia on her life and career-defining debut in Raj Kap...

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Facts about Indian Muslims

Humra Quraishi leans on facts and figures to draw a picture of the state of the Muslim community in India.

Signs of the time: About Indian Muslims

It’s about time we look into our backyards! And not ignore the murky events taking place there and along the by-lanes of our mohallas and...

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