Thursday, June 30, 2022


Pareeksha and the Questions of Marginality and Exclusion in the Indian Education System

Highlighting the inherent cleavages and the marketisation of education while depicting the aspirations of the marginalised, Pareeksha raises issues of significance but leaves many unaddressed.

Understanding the Act of Gazing Beyond the Parameters of Gender:A Review of Portrait of...

Can the act of gazing be understood beyond the parameters of gender, this nuanced review explores some lesser discussed aspects of Portrait of a Lady on Fire.

Bulbbul: From Toe Rings to Iron Rods, India’s Obsession With ‘Controlling’ its Women

Bulbbul is a film that takes us on a journey that is at once mythical and supernatural, historic and scary.

Bulbbul Review: A Feminist Fable in the Horror Genre

Produced by Anushka Sharma’s Clean Slate Films, Bulbbul is set to release on Netflix on June 24.
A scene from "Portrait of a Lady on Fire."

A Memorable Film ‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire’ and its Ability to Paint...

Quality cinema never fails to capture our attention, here is a thorough look at one such cinematic creation and its ability to make one reflect on love and longing.

Bala: A Film about Being Bald and Beautiful

‘Bala’ is a film that emphasizes the acceptance of one’s imperfections.

Saand Ki Aankh: A Film Questioning Gender Inequity and Women’s Oppression

Two women break free from a patriarchal order and set about change in gender relations in a conservative Indian village.

‘A Dog and His Man’: When Chattisgarh’s Villages Disappeared Due to Coal Mining

Siddharth Tripathy’s film ‘A Dog And His Man’ traces the pathology of villagers living in Chattisgarh’s coal mining belt.

Badla: Suspense and Drama Light Up the Cinemascope

FILM REVIEW / The official remake of An Invisible Guest, Badla is a nuanced and powerful film which retains the viewer’s attention intact on a rollercoaster of emotion and intense suspense.

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