Indian cinema

Power on Trial

Rachel Dwyer

Jai Bhim and the search for justice in Indian cinema

A Cut Above

Indian films—about a classical musician, an old truck driver and a young woman—make their mark at the Venice International Film Festival

Vishwaroopam 2 Movie Review

It is a badly written pastiche of some new locations and sequences that are stitched together in patchwork form with the first film

Tabu as a Mentor in Hollywood

New Director for Sacred Games | When Ties Don’t Entirely Snap

A Seismic Shift in Hindi Cinema

Big Budgets for Women-Led Films | Image Makeover Time

Sajjan Singh Rangroot Movie Review

Had the film a more generous budget for the battle scenes, the flaws in the screenplay may not have become so transparent

Don’t Write Her off Yet

A Family That Sticks Together | Nothing Unreasonable About It

The Perfect Mausi

Aunts don’t really get their due in Hindi cinema

Shashi Kapoor: The Last Romantic

His image off and onscreen was of a sophisticated and elegant cosmopolitan, but he was also a theth Punjabi, a Kapoor, who lived life big, fond of his drink and food

The Art of Keeping Friends Happy

Pairing Up in Bollywood | Left in the Lurch


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