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A Requiem For Mayfair Cinema

English movies which essentially meant Hollywood films (Hollywood being the benchmark for “good cinema” catering to the English-spe...

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The Comic World Of Pierre Étaix

Vandana Kumar writes: ‘Le Grand Amour’ (The Great Love) 1969 is a French comedy that introduced me to its director...

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ACTING IS “LYING FOR A LIVING!”

Monojit Lahiri examines the background behind this loaded, apocryphal statement, alluding to the great Hollywood legend, Marlo...

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A Border Love Story

Khalid Mohamed narrates the bittersweet tale of meeting his aunt, the major Pakistani filmstar Zeba Ali and her equally famous...

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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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HEARTSPEAK

All you wanted to know about Dharmendra. Khalid Mohamed rekindles an interview with him, dil se.

‘You Want Crorepati Glasses?’

It’s everywhere, on the streets, in living rooms, on cellphones and endorsement billboards. Khalid Mohamed writes on the...

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Srijit Mukherji: A Filmmaker at a Crossroad

Three releases in a month, a fourth lined up. Is Srijit Mukherji spreading himself too thin? Shantanu Ray Chaudhuri ...

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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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A COUNTRY CALLED CHILDHOOD: A MEMOIR

BOOK REVIEW: Actor Deepti Naval’s journey into her childhood is one from the heart, funny and moving in the same breath. Shantanu...

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