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Lenses, Women & Trauma

Cinema from Israel has been getting a lot more recognition globally – in terms of prestigious awards and academic courses revolving aroun...

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Those Fashion Classics

Khalid Mohamed sizes up Hollywood’s retro-chic, which continues to be the stuff that timeless fashion statements are mad...

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KAMLESH PANDEY: Ballia to Bollywood via Ishtihaarpur

Aparajita Krishna goes with adman, writer Kamlesh Pandey on a long walk through his life and career, bringing back beautiful m...

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STARFARE-FILMDUST: A Flashback

Aparajita Krishna recalls the magical times of film magazines and the gossip about film stars they carried, through the voices...

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Around his world with Aditya Raj Kapoor

Aparajita Krishna talks to Aditya Raj Kapoor, a keen biker traveled across half the world on his two-wheeler, author of books ...

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The Singing, Forgetful Detective

Hoichoi’s first offering of the New Year is a Ritwick Chakraborty show all the way, writes Shantanu Ray Choudhuri

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Death of the language and a metaphor

Humra Quraishi expresses her anguish at the mindless violence and hatred spreading across India, which is also attacking the c...

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Posters Forever!

Khalid Mohamed, tracks the spiralling demand for nostalgia-exuding vintage Bollywood posters a...

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Legal Eagle: Jamshed Mistry

Vinta Nanda reproduces a conversation she had with the multi-faceted lawyer Jamshed Mistry, a man with a keen sense of what is...

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The Hairdresser’s Husband: Too Much of a Good Thing?

Vandana Kumar explores how a film like The Hairdresser’s Husband starts as a man’s...

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