Where no-nonsense Indian Film Critics analyse and speak about their favourite and non-favourite Indie movies.
Tanul Thakur writes about arguably India's most popular cult film (paradoxically true) ever made, Kamal Swaroop's gleefully contradictory and endlessly enigmatic 'Om Dar-B-Dar'.
Tanul Thakur and Rahul Desai set out to interview -- and explore the vast intellect of -- film critic and 'The Hindu' Senior Deputy Editor Baradwaj Rangan, one of Indian cinema's foremost thinkers and definitive voices.
An anonymous music vigilante lists the 8 WORST Hindi film albums of 2015. In the process, he/she risks being lynched by tone-deaf producers and music directors who seem to be scoring for weddings instead of movies.
We look back at Feroz Abbas Khan's powerful, patchy sociopolitical satire 'Dekh Tamasha Dekh'; a film with some unforgettable cinematic moments, derivative imagery, and no protagonist.