At the audio launch of his new film, Sarkar, Tamil superstar Vijay was asked if he was planning to play Chief Minister in real life.
14 Oct 2018
The last few years have seen the video games become both silly and complex.
22 Sep 2018
Some years later Spielberg denied the charges but the similarities between key moments in his films and Ray’s vision are too uncanny.
16 Sep 2018
In India today, there is ample potential for any statement with just the slight hint of political affiliation to divide people into two distinctive rumbustious groups.
25 Aug 2018
There is little doubt that the profusion of S D Burman’s gifts as a musician continue to make him the quintessential artiste even after 43 years of his death.
11 Aug 2018
Vivek Agnihotri's Urban Naxals: The Making of Buddha in a Traffic Jam | Going beyond the Maoist myth
Urban Naxals is searingly honest but it also logically demolishes a kind of a mythical world existing within India that for far too long romanticised the ideas of an armed revolution.
09 Jul 2018
A misguided romanticism of what was lost in the fire has for long been the fulcrum for most communication between India and Pakistan.
21 Jun 2018
Mrs Indira Gandhi’s birth centenary, 2017, saw a spate of books that besides re-examining one of India’s tallest political leaders also tried to reinterpret her in the context of contemporary times.
21 Apr 2018
This richly detailed encyclopaedic account presents the changing role of the courtesan in Hindi films across eight decades
12 Mar 2018
Much celebrated poet-writer and filmmaker Gulzar attempts to try lay to rest the horrors of the cataclysmic event of 1947 that have haunted him ever since
20 Jan 2018