Thought Factory

WHO’S AFRAID OF FILM CRITICS?

Monojit Lahiri does a checkout on the significance of film reviews and how they pan out differently for serious cineastes from those who view cinema as pure entertainment and ...

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Art of Lines & Commas

Khalid Mohamed in conversation with Ashok Namdeo Hinge, calligrapher, graphic designer and abstractionist, well-known for the creative use of lines and commas in his multiple ...

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The Hyperlinked World

Ranjan Das takes the Diptakirti Chaudhuri account, Written by Salim-Javed, as a case in point to explore a vast hyperlinked universe, which the book led him to explore. In Di...

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AB@80me@61

Aparajita Krishna writes a letter to Amitabh Bachchan, recalling her relationship with him while she was growing up over the years, and snippets of conversations about him wit...

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Art Passion

Khalid Mohamed in conversation with poet-photographer-artist, Amit Kumbhar, for whom art counts way more than fame or money. Tiptoeing between slap-hard and caressingly ...

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STILL FACES RUN DEEP

Kamlesh Pandey harks back ten years and mines into an interview he did with Amitabh Bachchan, to bring his genius to fore and remember that it is timeless, and ageless too. I...

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The Big Evolution

Khalid Mohamed in conversation with Saif Ali Khan, who has grown from yesterday’s ‘chocolate boy’ to an actor of strength and substance, culminating in the f...

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FLASHBACK & FLASHIN-FORWARD!

Aparajita Krishna, here, flashbacks and goes forward with Gopi Desai, Podcaster, Actor, Filmmaker and Writer and Suhail Akhtar, Urdu Poet and Writer. Then & now! This art...

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THE TOWERING TRIUMVERATE & THE TERRIFIC TRIO

Dilip-Dev-Raj or Aamir-Salman-Shah Rukh? Monojit Lahiri invites readers to go for it while he attempts to objectively analyze this tricky subject for a reality check. Compari...

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From King Lear to The Image Book: Jean-Luc Godard

The year was 1989, a print of Jean-Luc Godard's latest film, King Lear, an adaptation of William Shakespear's well known play was received by the National Film Archives of Ind...

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Childhood, Holocaust and the Cinema of Louis Malle

Louis Malle’s semi-autobiographical 1987 film ‘Au revoir les enfants’ ...

December 5 2022

Two-in-one

Film historian Dhruv Somani tracks the double-pronged career of Feroz Khan, as...

December 4 2022

WE THE PEOPLE!

Humra Quraishi questions the whereabouts of missing children on Human Rights Day, a...

December 3 2022