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King Khan and I
Nasreen Munni Kabir made a quiet pact with the movies when she was growing up in England in the Fifties. As an immigrant, the Hyderabad-born settler told herself, she would soak up every Hindi film that mounted the marquee. She did that ' and contin...  | Read.. 
 
Road to Boral
The sylvan village of Pather Panchali is now a municipal town. And today’s Apus and Durgas play computer games. Debashis Bhattacharyya reports ...  | Read.. 
 
Casting for the couch
Sisters-in-arms
Right beat
Circle of Jag
Tittle tattle
 
 
 
Breaking the mould
Back in the Thirties, acting in films was not considered an honourable profession for anybody. And for a married woman from a well-educated and respectable upper-middle class Muslim family, it was forbidden to even think about it. But Khurshid Mirza,...  | Read.. 
 
Vows for a rapist
Shall we compose a saptapadi for rapists' 'My beloved, having violated your body, your soul and spat on your rights, I now welcome this opportunity to shorten my jail term by entering into holy matrimony with you. I promise to abuse and dishonour you...  | Read.. 
 
No woman’s land
Ladies’ circle
Soaps in a soup
Help at hand
INNER EYE: Shah Rukh Khan
King Khan and I
Move over, classics
Hi-tech Hindu rides
Stress-buster
 
I SAY, CHAPS
I wanna be inna movies
Can I be in your movie' I asked my son, abruptly. 'NO,' he replied just as peremptorily, 'We need s...  | Read..