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Why ‘Talvar’ was the most important film of 2015

By |January 31st, 2017|Features|

An incisive look at one of the most important pieces of Hindi cinema in 2015. Yes, Talvar is still relevant, now more than ever.

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An Untypical Entrepreneur

By |January 27th, 2017|Interviews|

Our chat with Chintan Bhatt, one of the co-founders of an Ahmedabad-based Gujarati content production venture called Green Chutney Films.

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Album Review: RANGOON

By |January 22nd, 2017|reviews|

Music critic Rohit Mehrotra reviews Vishal Bhardwaj's terrific new album, RANGOON.

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Birds, bees and backgrounds

By |January 20th, 2017|Features|

An essay on the adult sights and adolescent sounds of Shlok Sharma's indie, Haraamkhor.

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Film Review: Haraamkhor

By |January 16th, 2017|reviews|

Film enthusiast Bhaskar Tripathi writes about Shlok Sharma's "Haraamkhor" -- an risqué indie finally released in cinemas after three years of CBFC hell.

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The Worst Hindi Films of 2016

By |January 13th, 2017|Features, Mainstream, reviews|

We list the five worst Hindi films of 2016 -- a year that was unmistakably middling in terms of both content and box-office success.

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Film Review: The Blueberry Hunt

By |January 11th, 2017|reviews|

A review of a not-so-bad indie from 2016, the Naseer-and-dog-starrer, "The Blueberry Hunt".

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The Imposter: A lie-transcending truth

By |January 8th, 2017|movies we loved, reviews, Young Critics|

Rohan Murti writes about a keenly designed film that documents one of the most stunning identity thefts of our time.

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Desi Charades (Heads Up With an “Indian” Twist)

By |January 6th, 2017|Brown Hollywood, Design|

The creators of an interesting new app, "Desi Charades," which digitises the quintessential Indian 'Bollywood Dumb Charades' experience, introduce us to the conception of their unique idea.

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The Film Within Our Story

By |January 3rd, 2017|Features, Filmmakers POV|

POV: Indie filmmaker Stanzin Raghu lays bare his tumultuous journey of travails, lessons, experiences, humble pies and colourful characters on the 4-year making of his first feature-length (Tamil) film, Ayynoorum Ayynthum (500 & 5).