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When Atul Met the Movies

Khalid Mohamed in conversation with India’s prime, contemporary artist, Atul Dodiya, on his unbreakable bond with art an...

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Rogue Thinker

Khalid Mohamed’s never-before published interview with the dogged rule-breaker, Ram Gopa...

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Once upon a foggy night

Film historian Dhruv Somani, re-assesses the 1964 suspense thriller Kohraa, which he asserts is grossly undervalued.

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And the rest is hysteria

Khalid Mohamed reviews the annoyingly overwrought Kaagaz, the understated Sir and recommends A...

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Seijun Suzuki: Master of the Japanese Film Noir

The most traveled and hence the most influential of the film genres that evolved in Hollywood film studios is p...

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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

Salim Arif: His Work of Many Parts

It is a daunting task to undertake summarising Salim Arif’s multifaceted talent and work resume in a few pages, writes ...

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Zen and the art of Sanjay Chhel

Vinta Nanda goes on a roller coaster ride with Writer, Director, Artist, Lyricist, Columnist a...

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The Master: Soumitra Chatterjee on Satyajit Ray

Even under the uncertainty facing the world at large, following the outbreak of Covid-19, a valiant bid is on in Kolkata to celebrate the cente...

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Strangers on a Train

There is something romantic about train travel, which is probably why so many love stories begin when two people embark on a journey in a train...

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