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That ship is Chris Nolan’s brain!

Elizabeth Debicki is no stranger to big Hollywood, having starred in films like The Great Gatsby, Everest and ...

Tenet is Nolan’s most Nolan-esque film

If the three seasons of the German series Dark twisted and turned your grey cells in ways they hadn’t be...
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Cheeni brings forth the real-life problems of a family

Here’s some sweetness for the soul this Christmas! Mainak Bhaumik’s film Cheeni, starring Aparajit...

Stellar tribute to Soumitra Chatterjee

Living away from your homeland begets a sense of longing for objects and people that strictly contribute to yo...

An in-depth series on Naxalism

“Hi, I am in Goa. I just came back,” Rajeev Khandelwal greets The Telegraph over phone, sounding r...

Of scientific innovation and crime

The feedback for Rahasya Romancha Series 3 (RRS3) has been “overwhelmingly positive” and there is ...

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Entertainment  /  Published 04.12.20

That ship is Chris Nolan’s brain!

Elizabeth Debicki is no stranger to big Hollywood, having starred in films like The Great Gatsby, Everest and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2. She is slated to star as Princess Diana in The Crown, Seaso...
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Entertainment  /  Published 04.12.20

Tenet is Nolan’s most Nolan-esque film

If the three seasons of the German series Dark twisted and turned your grey cells in ways they hadn’t been before, then Tenet simply smirks and says, ‘Hold my beer’. Or rather, &lsqu...
By Priyanka Roy  in

Entertainment  /  Published 03.12.20

Cheeni brings forth the real-life problems of a family

Here’s some sweetness for the soul this Christmas! Mainak Bhaumik’s film Cheeni, starring Aparajita Adhya and Madhumita, releases on December 25 only in theatres. The film is a quirky come...
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Entertainment  /  Published 03.12.20

Of scientific innovation and crime

The feedback for Rahasya Romancha Series 3 (RRS3) has been “overwhelmingly positive” and there is almost universal acclaim for the second and third stories. “The immense love audienc...
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Entertainment  /  Published 03.12.20

Rendezvous with a time-travelling zoologist

Did Steve Irwin’s accidental death affect you? Did you alter your way of interacting with animals in the wild or at home after his death? The brilliant Steve Irwin’s death was a freak acc...
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Entertainment  /  Published 03.12.20

Stellar tribute to Soumitra Chatterjee

“He was a man of intellectual ferment,” began Parambrata Chattopadhyay who admitted to facing difficulties using past tense to refer to Chatterjee, so unacceptable is the stalwart’s ...
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Entertainment  /  Published 02.12.20

18 city-centric films in 6 days

What: Urban Lens Film Festival 2020 On till: December 6 Where: Free online at iihsurbanlens.in after registration. Each film will be available for 48 hours. What’s showing: Non-fiction/ docum...
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Entertainment  /  Published 02.12.20

Specific themes for specific characters in Torbaaz

Did you have specific themes for specific characters? Yes absolutely. The terrorists have a dark theme on cellos and contrabass which runs through the film. The children have their own theme scored o...
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Entertainment  /  Published 02.12.20

Raising a toast to Delhi Crime’s Emmy win

Last week, Delhi Crime became India’s first winner at the International Emmys when it notched up the trophy for Best Drama Series. The seven-episode series directed by Richie Mehta and streamed ...
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Entertainment  /  Published 02.12.20

An in-depth series on Naxalism

How much does the story borrow from the actual Naxal movement? There was detailed research on Naxalism in the script that they had come to me with last August. I had very little knowledge about Naxal...
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