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Jai Bhim: The Indian film breaks international hollywood records

Posted On November 18, 2021 (Web Desk) – Critically acclaimed courtroom drama  Jai Bhim , featuring actors Suriya, Lijo Mol Jose and Manikandan in the lead, has overtaken cult classic  The Shawshank Redemption  to claim the number one spot in… Continue Reading →

Alec Baldwin and the neglected trauma of unintentional killing

Jenna RyuUSA TODAY Two weeks ago, Alec Baldwin accidentally killed a young and beloved cinematographer named Halyna Hutchins.  Tragedy struck on the film set of “Rust” Oct. 21 when the actor discharged a prop gun in a shocking incident that resulted in Hutchins’ death and the injury… Continue Reading →

Jab Tak Raat Baaki Hai: Documenting the Movement of History #FarmersProtest

25 October 2021 09:46 AM RAJEEV KHANNA | 24 OCTOBER, 2021 A new film on the farmers’ movement  The ongoing farmers’ movement has found its way into history, despite the best efforts of the ruling establishment, and organizations and individuals who… Continue Reading →

Bajrang Dal vandalises ‘Ashram 3’ sets in Bhopal, throws ink on Prakash Jha

“We’re Looking For Bobby Deol”: Bajrang Dal Attacks Prakash Jha’s Set Members of the right-wing group said Prakash Jha’s web series ‘Ashram’ starring Bobby Deol was an assault on Hinduism and they will not allow its filming till the title… Continue Reading →

Susan Sarandon: ‘David [Bowie] and I had things that needed to be said’ #SundayReading

Oscar-winning rebel SUSAN SARANDON reflects on her 50-year career and colourful life – and for the first time tells Cole Moreton about her last conversation with former lover David Bowie. We should have met sooner, but a hurricane struck New… Continue Reading →

Twist In Aryan Khan Case: Witness Claims Payoff, Anti-Drugs Agency Denies

Top NCB official Sameer Wankhede has denied any wrongdoing, saying he would give “a fitting reply”. All IndiaReported by Sohit Rakesh Mishra, Edited by Anindita SanyalUpdated: October 24, 2021 Aryan Khan was arrested on October 3 by the Narcotics Control… Continue Reading →

‘The heaven of film-making’: how a Dalit orphan got to tell her own story

A gift of a camera inspired Belmaya Nepali to rise above poverty and abuse to make documentaries  I Am Belmaya review Global development is supported by Rojita Adhikari in KathmanduFri 15 Oct 2021 15.48 BST Belmaya Nepali’s life changed for ever… Continue Reading →

Sujata: When Bimal Roy took on caste discrimination and disguised it with a love story

Posted On October 11, 2021 Starring Nutan and Sunil Dutt, Bimal Roy’s 1959 film Sujata takes up the subject of caste discrimination in a society that believes in it blindly. Written by Sampada Sharma Mainstream Hindi cinema has rarely addressed… Continue Reading →

Cinematic portrayal(s) of People with Disability #SundayReading

Humanizing or Objectifying? by-Sania Muzamil The cinematic representation of people with disability becomes an important means through which real life meanings and practices are understood and associated. Themes portrayed and discourses engaged with in the representation of disability play an… Continue Reading →

‘Hindustani Islam’ is different: Naseeruddin Shah

NEW DELHI: Drawing a distinction between “Hindustani Islam” and the practice of the faith in other parts of the world, actor Naseeruddin Shah on Tuesday condemned sections in the Indian Muslim community who are “celebrating the Taliban’s return to power”. In a video… Continue Reading →

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