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Naseeruddin Shah

A Multitasker’s Memoir

Rajeev Masand

Priyanka Chopra’s memoir covers her rise from early years to her Miss India and Miss Universe wins

Hope Aur Hum Movie Review

A charming little film that is very easy on the eyes and the mind

Aiyaary Movie Review

A good looking film in which the audience keeps drifting in and out of the story

Ratna Pathak Shah: The Outsider’s Quest

From theatre to TV to films, Ratna Pathak Shah is always in search of the perfect role

Movie Review: Begum Jaan

Cinematic and historical references aside, Begum Jaan is a disappointingly loud and hectoring film

Movie Review: OK Jaanu

The best part of the film is its innovative song picturisation, which, of course, is the strength of Mani Ratnam’s movies and which this adaptation has copied

Prithvi Festival: Audacious Act

This year’s Prithvi festival saw both masters and amateurs at their experimental best

Waiting

The concluding scenes of the film fail to impact us

Charlie Ke Chakkar Mein

Why Naseeruddin Shah may well be the messiah of mediocre cinema

Naseeruddin Shah on Ismat Chughtai: ‘If only we can live half the life she did…’

Naseeruddin Shah relives his association with the world her mind had created—liberal and rebellious, compassionate and courageous

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