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Silence: The language of God

A piece of appreciation of Martin Scorsese’s 2016 epic historical drama Silence, by Berges Santok

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More than a woman: Gajra Kottary

Vinta Nanda grabs an opportunity to talk to author and screenwriter Gajra Kottary about her work and also her latest release N...

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#MeToo: Has the movement slipped through the cracks?

Vinta Nanda wonders if the #MeToo movement changed anything for women who wanted to speak against sexual harassment.   Read More

Renuka Shahane: The Complete Woman

Vinta Nanda is on a rollercoaster ride with Renuka Shahane. The two begin from where the actor...

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The World Bank: Raising the bar on preventing GBV

Gender-based violence (GBV), including sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment (SEA-SH), is an unacceptable violation of human values. The im...

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I want to act, not be famous: Arif Zakaria

Aparajita Krishna tells us, that Arif Zakaria was born in a very respected Konkani Muslim family in Bombay.

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Bansi Kaul: Rang Bansi!

He is the chronicler of the theatre of clowns, acrobats, painted faces and laughter, writes Aparajita Krishna

Practise Propriety: CINTAA to Indian Television News Media

The Cine and TV Artists Association (CINTAA) is upset over the objectionable way that a section of Indian Television News Media is characterizi...

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Seema Kohli: From the canvas of her life and art

Aparajita Krishna deep dives to Seema Kohli’s work and brings to you her thoughts, which influence her art.

The second last word

Vinta Nanda writes about the prevailing culture in the business of media and entertainment in India. 

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