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Of egoistic Indian men and Mulk Raj Anand

Humra Quraishi remembers Mulk Raj Anand on his birth anniversary and what he had said about Indian men consumed by superiority...

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I want to work on daydreaming: Sadiya Siddiqui

Aparajita Krishna has a long extensive conversation with Sadiya Siddiqui, whose journey is full of stories to tell.

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The Indian Screen: Myth and Reality

Farrukh Dhondy traces the evolution of Indian storytelling from early days, when stories travelled by word-of-mouth, to now, a...

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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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My first trip on Air-India

With Air-India in the news, Farrukh Dhondy reminisces u...

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Love me if you can: Khwaja Ahmad Abbas

“Love me if you can”, says the last will and testament of Khwaja Ahmad Abbas, writes Read More

The Hazards of Adaptation: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Ranjan Das focuses on the challenges that confront filmmakers when adapting vast and expansive authored works, by placing Half...

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Mira Nair to speak at KASHISH 2021

Panel Discussion ‘Books To Screen – Lost & Found in Translation’ to be streamed online on August 24th, reports...

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MURDER IN THE HILLS

MURDER IN THE HILLS

Shantanu Ray Chaudhuri’s review of the the sin...

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Oh, the suspense!

Film historian Dhruv Somani, fondly remembers the whodunit, Gumnaam, produced by N.N. Sippy and directed by Raja Nawathe, whic...

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