Rights of the Disabled
A disabled doctor fighting for wages, an interfaith couple marrying against parents’ wishes, two lovers fighting for what they wouldn’t have to fight for if they weren’t both male, a Kashmiri villager trying to save his forest home...these and more tales of people struggling for what should be theirs.
Malayalam cinema’s recent flowering has fortuitously coincided with the rise of OTT platforms, exposing new audiences to their cutting edge offerings
The South Indian cinema ecosystem is taking on interesting subjects and putting them out in new, creative ways. Is this making Bollywood feel insecure?
Pushpa’s chin-wipe has cast a spell across the world, as Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam films sweep aside Bollywood’s carefully manicured reputations, budgets and delusions of invincibility
In Hindi cinema alone, we discovered a new, talented crop of filmmakers who created such lovely pieces of content like web series 'Gullak', 'The Scam', 'Paatal Lok', and even movies like 'Sharmaji Nakeem' and 'Kaun Pravin Tambe?', writes Shujaat Saudagar
Giridhar Jha speaks to S.S. Rajamouli, the 48-year-old director with the Midas touch, who has taken the box office by storm with his Telugu-Tamil bilingual, Baahubali: The Beginning (2015), its sequel Baahubali: The Conclusion (2017), and more recently RRR (2022).