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Redolent of the Indian New Wave films of the 70s and 80s, Ankhon Dekhi is both humorous and poignant, writes Aniruddha ...
It doesn't happen too often that you can walk up to a theatre, buy a ticket and watch short films. “SHORTS” presents one of such rare opportunities to watch short ...
Riz Ahmed in Mira Nair's "The Reluctant Fundamentalist"
Mira Nair delivers a masterful film that rides high on the minimal expectations of the audiences and turns each scene into a cruel exercise of meeting as well as ...
Nawazuddin Siddiqui delivers a powerful performance in Bombay Talkies
“Bombay Talkies” marks the boundaries clearly between the star-powered Bollywood and director-driven New Hindi Cinema. It also speaks of the growing influence of the ...
Salman Rushdie and Deepa Mehta, Midnight's Children
Midnight’s Children may be a good pictured novel for the post-Slumdog age in which images themselves become the story and we are invited to keep a distance from its ...
Oblivion-Poster
Oblivion, the latest ho-hum sci-fi saga from TRON director Joseph Kosinski is a self serious but endlessly derivative venture that manages to fall quite effortlessly ...
Hansa Poster
Manav Kaul’s Hansa is a deceptively simple tale of an adolescent boy and his sister in a Himalayan village caught amidst the sudden boom of tourism industry. Kaul ...
Dabangg2
Dabangg2 subtly shifts towards classic heroism unlike its predecessor. The Chulbul Pandey of Dabangg2 is built against the villain, who is a criminal-turned-politician. ...
Shobdo (Sound) by Kaushik Ganguli
Shobdo is a tribute to all the unsung heroes of the film industry on 100 years of Indian cinema. Kaushik Ganguly has chosen to highlight the Foley artists who go ...
10ml Love by Sharat Kataria
10 ml Love can be looked at not just as a brilliant adaptation but also a contemporary take on relationships and their fragility. ...
Amour film still
MK Raghavendra argues why Amour might not be the best film of the ...