Indu Sarkar, based on the 1975-77 Emergency period, has evoked strong criticism and protest from the Congress party.
"Real flagbearer of nepotism is the media."
Deeper exploration of performing arts happens through direct exposure to stage shows. Reliance on videos and social media debates can come secondary.
It is in the character of Buaji Usha (Ratna) that the film truly dips into a comedy. Even among the stellar performances by the entire cast, her part of the multi-layered Usha is a show-stealer.
Kaabil ironically is speculated to be 'inspired by' Korean film 'Broken' and has somewhat uncanny resemblances to Netflix series 'Daredevil'.
It’s ahead of rains that peacocks dance, fanning out their fancy feathers. But it’s after the monsoons that a ritual art with costume remindful of the pretty bird spreads across a clutch of shrines in God’s Own Country.
If Tagore’s anthem invokes the subcontinent’s vastness, its provinces, its rivers, the seas that rise to wash its shores, Pyaasa’s counter-anthem turns to the intimate geographies of Sonagacchi, Calcutta’s red light area.
Frontline filmmaker K.R. Mohanan is dead. A look at his last work, which found an uncanny plot resemblance in a later movie by a fellow Kerala director
Spoiler Alert: Even a scene with Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan together fails to bring the house down.
Monsoon 2017 is making a slow advancement upcountry even as the earth is moist in the capital, where a three-concert evening saw a couple of monsoon ragas rendered this week. What all make the classical tunes stimulating?
Actor Swara Bhaskar, who has acted in films such like Anarkali of Aarah, Nil Battey Sannata and Tanu Weds Manu talks about the necessity to have both commercial and indie cinema...
The Congress has claimed that the movie is 'fully sponsored'. However, the Censor Board has granted relief sparing the director an NOC from the Gandhi parivar