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Their Little Secret: Murmur of the Heart

Louis Malle is known for controversial and often semi-autobiographical work, writes Sharad Raj.

BAISHE SRABON: Dead Poets’ Society

In the series on landmark Bengali films post 2000, Shantanu Ray Chaudhuri looks at Srijit Mukherji’s genre-bending noir ...

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Does Naaz Patel have a dirty mind?

Even when the Myntra logo controversy ignited by her broke out, there was only sparse information on her on the Internet, writes Dr. Sa...

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Honey Trehan: Raat Akeli Hai & The Twinkling Stars

The stellar cast, fantastic atmospheric visuals, haunting background score, directorial grip on the noir narrative of the film Raat Akeli Hai, ...

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Vyjayantimala: At the confluence of politics, gender and art

Humra  Quraishi recalls a meeting with Vyjayantimala Bali and shares excerpts from an interview she did with her way back...

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Undekhi: Plain Vanilla, Distasteful Hype

Dr Sandeep Goyal says that SonyLiv's latest thriller offering Undekhi, has landed itself in an unenviable soup of its own maki...

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In Exile: The last years of M.F. Husain

Khalid Mohamed rewinds to an interview with M.F. Husain, the peerless artist, who had to spend his end-years jet-hopping betwe...

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On being an Indian: Ruskin Bond

In his essay, "On being an Indian", Ruskin Bond explains his Indian identity, "Race did not make me one. Religion did not make me one. But...

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An Artist’s Political Awakening: From painting Moods of the Season to reflecting the Human Condition Today

Today, an Indian artist can’t venture into areas where angels fear to tread. Representation of goddesses,...

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The More Things Change…

Ajit Dalvi’s Marathi play Samajswasthya, directed by Atul Pethe, is a startling reminder that in spite of all the progress India has witnessed ov...

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