Amit Masurkar: ‘I have to keep the people’s view as the dominant narrative’

Nikhil Taneja

Amit Masurkar delves into conflict-ridden Chhattisgarh and emerges with uncanny hope and an Oscar nomination

Shanker Raman: ‘I am interested in stories about nobodies’

Cinematographer Shanker Raman turns director with a socially conscious crime thriller

Once Again, Adoor

Adoor Gopalakrishnan’s new film, illuminated by an intimate absence, strikes a fine balance between the existential and the sociological

Konkona Sen Sharma: Her First Cut

Konkona Sen Sharma talks to Divya Unny about her resistance to cinema and the alternate space that eventually drew her in—first as an actor and now as a director

Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra: On a Quest, Quietly

A college play he had seen thirty years ago provides the emotional ballast to the new love story directed by Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra

Manav Kaul: An Actor in Search of a Character

At home in films and theatre, Manav Kaul shuttles between the art house and the mainstream

“Gandhi as a film will outlive us all”

Roshan Seth on Richard Attenborough (1923–2014), the man behind one of the greatest biopics ever made


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