Profile of Namrata Joshi
Food is an offering. It must be aesthetically enticing for the beholder. Plating is just that.
An avid reader of magazines and a prolific writer for both Indian and international publications, Pankaj Mishra on the ways magazines impacted his life.
Gupta has a stellar cast, but loses out on this advantage with his slipshod direction.
Proves that all of us are ultimately alike, united in absurdity.
One of the most popular and credible faces of Indian television journalism Ravish Kumar on life, the universe and everything
It’s the solid writing, sharp dialogue and the spot-on performances which shine along
Ravish Kumar’s calm presence, hard-hitting stories, changes grammar of Hindi news TV
The rough, the raw and the ribald are engagingly portrayed
Umesh captures the everyday humour, the chaos and din, makes canny observations about human behaviour and lays bare an entire social panorama.
This jingoistic revenge fantasy underlines that the enemy does lie across the border.
Censors stall a film about the campaign in a poll Modi won
Raam Reddy goes off the highway for a debut classic
From Naxalism, corruption and Emergency, there are too many issues Mehta dabbles in.
The late Habib Tanvir’s Naya Theatre is in a rut. The new order is yet to find its feet.
A matter-of-fact storytelling which doesn’t turn things pitiful or righteous.
She eked a space for women in a filmi male bastion
Juhi Chaturvedi, creator of Vicky Donor and Piku, deploys quirk to serious effect
The trademark, heavy-lidded intensity of Ajay’s Vijay is too casual and throwaway instead of powerful and impassioned.
Long the villain of the piece, Pakistan becomes another character in Bo llywood with Bajrangi
It’s about Amy Winehouse's phenomenal voice and songs but also about the personal, dysfunctional self.
Has a ‘been there, already seen in Hollywood’ feel to it.
Veteran film maker Adoor Gopalakrishnan voices support for the striking students of FTII.
At times, you wish it could hurry up and come to the point quickly but in the end it all adds up well.
Can you tell a story with just everyday images and situational sounds? Sengupta does it seamlessly.
A new breed of institutions is vitalising learning for the pleasure of learning