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  • 'Shershaah' a real tribute to Kargil hero: Elderly parents

    'Shershaah' a real tribute to Kargil hero: Elderly parents

    Twenty-two years have passed, but time has not healed wounds of this elderly couple whose Indian Army officer son sacrificed his life while fighting with the enemy in icy heights at an altitude of 16,000 feet in the 1999 Kargil War.

  • Rhythms for a jab

    Rhythms for a jab

    She may be able to sing in six different Indian languages, but she is clear that it is Hindi that she relates to most. "I grew up in Delhi. I think in Hindi too," Indian-American singer Anuradha Juju Palakurthi tells IANS.

  • Cinema of Satyajit Ray in the time of pandemic

    Cinema of Satyajit Ray in the time of pandemic

    When "Ray", a four-story anthology based on stories by late Satyajit Ray, drops on OTT later this month, it will be an interesting attempt by a set of new-age artistes and filmmakers at exploring the thought process of an auteur who passed away nearly thr

  • Twist in tale as Bihar marriages fall apart

    Twist in tale as Bihar marriages fall apart

    The Covid-19 outbreak among others have severely hit people's dose of daily entertainment. Some in Bihar though have found this to be an opportunity to script there own daily soaps.

  • Suvinder Vicky breezes past another 'Milestone'

    Suvinder Vicky breezes past another 'Milestone'

    He remembers the never-ending days of learning how to drive a truck -- from negotiating traffic, parking it, to the exact way it is boarded by professionals. "The details were important. In fact, even the seat had a hard cushion. Then came the part of ens

  • Kalki Koechlin debuts as writer with memoir on motherhood

    Kalki Koechlin debuts as writer with memoir on motherhood

    After making waves with films like "Margarita with a Straw", "Yeh Jewani Hai Deewani" and "Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara", award winning French-Indian actor Kalki Koechlin is to debut as a writer with "The Elephant In the Womb", publisher Penguin Random House

  • We are in a hurry, and often skip emotions: Filmmaker Ram Kamal

    We are in a hurry, and often skip emotions: Filmmaker Ram Kamal

    Writer and director -- he says the amalgamation of two makes him a narrator. For him, the driving force is always to tell a tale whether it is writing a book or making a film. "I don't think I will be able to make what is fashionably called ‘stylised ci

  • Cinema must hide some things from the audience: Akshay Indikar

    Cinema must hide some things from the audience: Akshay Indikar

    Sometimes the pace of the film can be the real content. At times, it is the rhythm that says the most important things. Filmmaker Akshay Indikar, whose latest movie 'Sthalpuran' ('Chronicle of Space') premiered at the 70th Berlin International Film Festiv