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The magical language of Gulzar

Juhi Saklani looks at the way filmmaker, poet, lyricist and writer Gulzar creates language and immortalizes his words by makin...

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Rajeshwari: Queen of her roles

Aparajita Krishna zooms in on Rajeshwari Sachdev of a delicate, petite frame, who has a very commanding acting presence and rules the little ki...

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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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CELEBRATE CINEMA 2019

Mumbai, September 23, 2019: Jubilance, enthusiasm and festive fervour prevailed over the last two days at Whistling Woods International (WWI), ...

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Father Of The Groom

Makrand Deshpande’s new play Pitaji Please—should count among his best so far—deals with parental anxiety caused by an offspr...

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Bhamla Foundation: Working for a Greater Cause

The World Environment Day is the UN's most important da...

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Grindmill Songs: Worlds Largest Archive Of Folk Songs

In the opening sequence of Gauri Shinde’s film English Vinglish, lyricist Swanand Kirkire’s opening verse in rustic Marathi is a breath of fresh air, given the ...

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Gender-al verse

Piku, among other films released in 2015, stands testimony to the shifting of tides in Bollywood lyrics — broken stereotypes and more
As #FeministBolly-Songs tak...

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Small Tales, Tall Order

The brief was succinct and the hype substantial. Five films of five minutes duration each were being screened at Matterden in Lower Parel on 11th February as apart of the T...

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