Sujoy Ghosh’s 14-minute Bengali film Ahalya is trending on YouTube. Our columnist Ram Kamal Mukherjee gives a completely different take on the subject. Read on…
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He got over the mania and revisited the film. This is what Ram Kamal Mukherjee came back after watching ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’
Our columnist Ram Kamal Mukherjee feels that the National Award winning director needs to break away from his own formula
On the eve of Independence Day our columnist Ram Kamal Mukherjee talks about films, fashion and fabric. Are we too snooty to acknowledge Ahir’s embroidery or Bhagalpur silk? Do we take pride in flaunting Gucci, Prada and Zara? Do we care about our desi fabric? From Bhanu Athaiya to Anita Dongre, from Hema Malini to Diana Penty they all have something to share. Read on…
Bollywood dancing is an integral part of Indian culture; Indian choreographers Shaimak, Terence and Ashley widen the scope for Indian dancers to perform and get acknowledged internationally
Award winning investigative journalist Mzilikazi Wa Afrika was brutally assaulted when he tried to get in touch with Mamta Kulkarni’s alleged husband, Vicky Goswami in a Dubai jail. Here is that amazing first person account.
Have you already spent your money and watched ‘Happy New Year’? Here’s why the damage cannot be undone.
She has researched and even written a book on Shah Rukh Khan. So why did she decide to write an open letter to her research subject? Read on for the answer…
Dubai beats Mumbai to announce the world’s first high-tech theme park based exclusively on Bollywood
Where our blogger talks about the maturity of Indian mega serials or the lack of it
By Koral Dasgupta The Indian Film Industry for ages has followed a trend. It loves to hashtag people, and it has been doing it even before hashtags and social media came into existence. “Rishi Kapoor’s […]
The cute story on how love blossomed between actors Jishu Sengupta and Nilanjanaa told by the journalist who saw it happening 12 years back
Where Anjan Purandare reminisces of two gems of Hindi cinema that met with universal rejection upon release, only to go down as cult classics of farce
He was jailed on charges of murder, extortion and kidnapping. But that didn’t stop him from becoming an actor. Here’s that inspiring story.
Where Anjan Purandare laments about the waning importance given to writers – arguably the most creative and important element of the jigsaw called a feature film