Sunday, July 12, 2020


    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.

    Gully boy: A Good Attempt but Class Prejudices and Injustice Could Have Been...

    Gully Boy traces the tale of a young street rapper who rises from rags to riches despite the hard economic conditions he faces.

    An Unsatisfactory Projection : Why Cheat India?

    FILM REVIEW The education system of India with rampant cheating and rigging find a plot in Why Cheat India. The film however fails to leave an impact on the audience or empower the mind to think alternatively.

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