Ipshita Mitra | Author at https://www.outlookindia.com
The Broken Table is a visual treat for the eyes and balm for the distressed soul. It stirs you deeply and urges you to see the ‘broken’ not from the perspective of something which is damaged and is in need of either repair or a replacement.
Naveen Kishore's 'Mother Muse Quintet' is more than just an ode to the memory of a mother. It is a recognition of beauty in fragility, glory in defiance, refuge in silence, and calm in chaos.
It wasn’t evening yet. The drowning sun was dragging itself back into its hiding while the muezzin’s call to prayer announced itself from the speakers at a distant nook on the street which was called Sultanahmet.
It is night, the crickets croon so The shredded letters shiver with fright.
The reviewer finds that Jeet Thayil’s 'ageless poems on the all-too-familiar emotions of love, loss, and longing that control the human mind like marionette open doors to a past long buried and yet not quite erased'.
Director Kaushal Oza delivers a poignant tale of a visually challenged artist, his family and their quiet defiance in a communal setting
Protest and consent are two sides of a coin and in the absence of one, the other becomes a choice, albeit in the garb of coercion. For the LGBTQAI+ community then, is the ‘right to consent’ invariably denied?
Zurich, 12 years ago: The bed sheet was silk, its luster almost a mirage. Your embrace, the shelter of a tree in monsoons. Fade Out: There is no smoke now, only fire, buried in my stone-cold heart.