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Bengali Cinema: A Middle Way to Tread

Satyabrata Ghosh explores the cinema of West Bengal to conclude how the median between art and commerce exists and has been of...

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WHO SHOULD BE MADE TO COMPENSATE?

From the institutionalisation of bias to literature about the greatest artists of the past, Humra Quraishi’s c...

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People Of Aligarh

Although the word ‘Aligarh’ shoots up images of only the University, there is more to that town, writes Humra Quraishi Read More

Imagination: The fodder of existence

An analysis of Atanu Ghosh's Binisutoy (Without Strings, Bengali, 2021), by Dipankar Sarkar

Father’s Day: Is It A Royal Phus?

Why does Mother’s Day get more importance than Father’s Day? Monojit Lahiri attempts to investigate the na-insafi....

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Of the People

Khalid Mohamed writes on why he could never attempt a biography or documentary on his mentor and first employer, Basu Chatterj...

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ALL ABOUT MOTHERS: THE OLDEST LOVE STORY

In a conversation with writer and journalist Maithili Rao, Shantanu Ray Chaudhuri discusses the new anthology on motherhood sh...

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The Rekha Mystique

Khalid Mohamed escorts us back to an up-close-and-personal interview with the eternally enigmatic Rekha

The Poetry of the Quotidian of Aki Kaurismäki

Vandana Kumar writes, “To think of Finnish cinema, is to think of Aki Kaurismäki. Apparently, this perception isn&r...

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Shifting Paradigms: Malayalam Cinema

Malayalam Cinema has evolved through time, writes Sulochana Ram Mohan. To use a cliché change has been the only constant in Malayalam ci...

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