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Tom Hanks masters the angry seas

When C.S. Forester wrote The Good Shepherd, a novel set against the World War II, he made his readers aware of...

Breathe 2 makes for an engaging watch

How far will a parent go to protect their child? With their bloodline on the line, will they, who instil value...
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Saiyami Kher on her dream run on the web

Saiyami Kher has been having a glorious run this year. After the super success of Special Ops and Choked, the ...

Spotlight on our Bolly screen crushes

Kabir in War Played by: Hrithik Roshan @iHrithik in WAR is like Death by Chocolate from Corner House!...Just ...

‘Mafia was an experience and a lesson’

Her debut film was Projapoti Biskut and Ishaa Saha has carved out a niche for herself in Bengali films and web...

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Entertainment  /  Published 07.07.20

'Jodi tumi' from Tashfee and Ratul

Tell us about Jodi tumi... The song is written and tuned by 20-year-old Pragata Naoha. She’s an incredible up-and-coming singer/songwriter from Dhaka. The song is a classic break-up song. I fee...
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Entertainment  /  Published 06.07.20

An Aarya post-chat with Sandeep Modi

Aarya, with a superb Sushmita Sen leading a strong ensemble cast and telling a story that both thrills and resonates, has had a massive number of takers ever since it dropped on Disney+Hotstar in mid-...
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Entertainment  /  Published 06.07.20

A Bumper like no other

The short film Bumper, directed by actor Rwitobroto Mukherjee, is a labour of love. While shooting for the film Open Tee Bioscope, he formed a strong bond with his peers. As soon as the film was compl...
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Entertainment  /  Published 06.07.20

Dance in peace, Saroj Khan

When Shah Rukh Khan and Rahul Rawail came out of the premiere of Khalnayak, the actor asked his director, “Did you notice that signature movement of Chane ke khet mein in Choli ke peechhe?&rdquo...
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Entertainment  /  Published 06.07.20

Evil: A cocktail of myth, occultism, thrill and folklore

Something eerie unfolds with the frightful drama thriller series Evil airing weeknights at 10 on Zee Cafe. Filled with numerous analogies of myth, occultism and folklore, the ensemble cast stars Mike ...
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Entertainment  /  Published 03.07.20

Saroj Khan's most memorable numbers

15. Radha kaise na jale (Lagaan) A.R. Rahman’s winning rendition of the Radha-Krishna romance benefited from the classical moves choreographed by Saroj Khan and executed with grace by Aamir Kha...
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Entertainment  /  Published 03.07.20

‘The central theme is nothing but the journey of life’

Chandrasish Ray’s film Nirontor follows a middle-aged civil engineer, Biplab Sen (Prosenjit), and his junior colleague, Bhaskar (Satyam), who are on an office trip to look for a plot for the con...
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Entertainment  /  Published 03.07.20

Season 3 of Dark: The perfect endgame

It’s not enough to just be a fan of Dark. To fully appreciate the show, loaded as it is with chaos and complexity, mind-bending twists and jaw-dropping turns, one needs to be a student of Dark, ...
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Entertainment  /  Published 02.07.20

A chat with Connie Nielsen on her b'day

On her birthday today, Sony PIX will telecast both Wonder Woman and Justice League. The Telegraph caught up with Nielsen over a Zoom call to chat birthday plans, the changing roles for women in H...
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Arts  /  Published 02.07.20

Kher takes his autobiographical play to the web

Was it your idea to put your life out there on stage? Yes. A well-known publishing house had asked me to pen my autobiography. I said I don’t have time. They asked me to record it on a tape rec...
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