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M K RAINA: A salutation and exploration

Again and this one is vast - Aparajita Krishna walks you through the life of social activist and actor MK Raina. So far, so, s...

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Little Wonders: The Vanishing Child Stars

Film historian, Dhruv Somani, writes on Bollywood’s little wonders whose fame faded on turning adults.

Reignmen: Salman, Aamir & Shah Rukh Khan

Khalid Mohamed on why Salman, Aamir and Shah Rukh Khan have continued to reign in Bollywood through three decades.  

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The Khan Syndrome: Are we ready for a New Kind of Hero?

Admit it. We all need a hero - someone whom we can look up to, admire and believe that he represents the zeitge...

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Bollywood Films that 'Champion the Spirit of Inclusion'

The Indian Film Festival of Melbourne's 'Excellence in Cinema' Read More

Master Talks to look forward to at the 9th Jagran Film Festival

The Jagran Film Festival in its 9th edition has a great line up of master talks and panel discussions. Read More

Depicting Disability with Grace and Sensitivity

When I think about Bollywood portraying disability, it always comes out in a poor light. We have the famous Gol...

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Amol Gupte feels comfortable and sane in the world of Children

Amol Gupte has always been fond of children, therefore it has never been a task for him to direct children-centric movies. While many directors wouldn't want to work with s...

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About Time: A Need To Quell Victimising Child Artistes

The drama realm of the Indian cinema and the reality shows have long been churning out massive profits plus harboring TRPs and a dedicated viewership owing to the child art...

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Special People Too Have Stories To Tell

Bollywood took sights at social responsibility for children in need of special care with films like Taare Zameen Par, Black, Paa, My Name Is Khan, U Me Aur Hum, etc. even t...

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