Is this inequality? But of course! But this is also a world where swank-architecture and high-fashion magazines exist when there are people who don’t have homes and who wear rags.
For a series that makes much of its four women finding their own voice, it’s yet to find a tonality that really lands
The current crisis has only strengthened our resolve to do better work, writes Anupama Chopra
The lockdown has only meant that we are craving for something we can’t have right now: Going to the movies
A remix itself isn’t a sin. Sometimes, it’s about a vision, about how you see the original song. But this Tanishk Bagchi version is just pointless.
The cinematographer for the two biggest upcoming releases, Gangubai Kathiawadi and Brahmastra, talks about his first interaction with Ram Gopal Varma, and how he and Bhansali make frames that endure.
Life, as we know it, is never going to be the same again. Could there be a better time to air out our most unpopular opinions?
Many of our films now – Guilty, Chhapaak, Shubh Mangal Zyada Savadhan – come with social messages, but does that alone make them “good”?
In a guest column, writer-director Halitha, who made the lyrical Sillu Karupatti, questions the goings-on in award ceremonies, and asks that all films be treated equally on stage.
Don’t capitalise on the Superstar and run him into the ground like a racehorse. Let him act, just a bit more, writes reader Adhithya K R
All I’m saying is don’t make a movie in order to deliver a message. Make the message – even if it is explicit – an organic part of your movie.
As an actor, as a very beautiful actor, Deepika Padukone is well within her rights to play an acid-attack survivor. Then, why is this movie making me uneasy?