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The Deep Dark Web

Aditya Mani Jha

The perpetrators, victims and warriors of cyber crimes make for compelling onscreen drama

Bride, Groom, Action

The social realism of Indian wedding shows

Changing Habits

Will the brute superstardom of Salman Khan or the swift action by Akshay Kumar be enough to draw audiences to theatres?

Geetanjali Kulkarni: ‘The roles we play give us a better understanding of people, reality and ourselves’

Geetanjali Kulkarni’s primary playground has been Marathi theatre. Her popularity has now been fuelled by recent online hit series

Anil Kapoor: The Marathon Man

He’s played a street-smart vagabond, a dramatic leading man, even a joker. Now a fine performance as a version of himself caps an extraordinary 40-year career, but Anil Kapoor is in no mood to stop reinventing himself

The Dog That Didn’t Pee

Celebrity reality shows work if their subjects are either fabulously crass or fabulously classy. Streaming services have some answers but does the genre have legs at a time when the pandemic has leashed even our fantasies?

‘As an artist I don’t have a lot of fear anymore,’ says Vir Das

Vir Das is the only Indian comedian to have three specials on Netflix. He tells Rajeev Masand why the pandemic has been the biggest turning point

Ali Fazal: At Home In the World

Whether he is the beloved Guddu Bhaiya in Mirzapur or the updated Cousin Andrew in Kenneth Branagh’s forthcoming Death on the Nile, Ali Fazal is showing us how to be a global star

Back to the Future

The way forward for Indian science fiction onscreen

Don’t Get Your Facts Right

Biopics like Gunjan Saxena are not meant to be anything more than fiction

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