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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 28.06.20

Shashank Khaitan's 'filmi' journey

Working with seasoned stars like Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt and newcomers like Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan KhatterActually when I met Varun and Alia, they were themselves only one film old so they were ...
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Entertainment  /  Published 28.06.20

Films shot effectively in confined spaces

11. TrappedRajkummar Rao powered this one-man show of a young man inadvertently getting trapped for many days and nights in an apartment right in the middle of bustling Mumbai. This Vikramaditya Motwa...
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Entertainment  /  Published 28.06.20

Iconic queer characters from the small screen

9. Kukoo (Kubbra Sait) from Sacred GamesKubbra’s brave and gritty turn as Kukoo gave Indian screen its first major transgender character in 2018. What made Kukoo a fan favourite was how she didn’t...
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Entertainment  /  Published 28.06.20

Anurag Kashyap on his new film Choked

The tag line of your film is ‘Paisa bolta hai’. How far do you think that’s true, especially in this country, and in your own life experiences?Anurag: The reason I hate money so much is that we ...
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Entertainment  /  Published 28.06.20

#LockDownTales by Tahira Kashyap Khurrana

Also, there’s a book on the way…Yay! It’s called The 12 Commandments of Being a Woman and it’s a fresh take on the idiosyncrasies of being a woman. Women have a lot of stories to tell and they...
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Entertainment  /  Published 27.06.20

A feminist fable redefines the horror genre

We create our demons. The ones within us, the ones outside us. Bulbbul talks about both, and how they often meet. Hinging itself on the fantastical, if slightly flimsy, myth of the she-demon or chudai...
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Entertainment  /  Published 27.06.20

'Chaman Bahaar' falters in parts, but not Jeetu

Amixture of deep angst and unfathomable helplessness lies at the heart of the Jitendra Kumar eye-roll. We’ve seen it right from his early work in Pitchers to the recent Panchayat: a blend of the...
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Entertainment  /  Published 27.06.20

Rukmini Maitra's birthday plans

A birthday calls for we-time with family and close friends, and a chat with The Telegraph! Over to Rukmini Maitra, who turns a year younger today. This birthday will be a different one. Are you ...
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Entertainment  /  Published 27.06.20

Prosenjit on premiering 'Nirontor' on television

In Chandrasish Ray’s Nirontor, two men with vastly different personalities go on an office trip to look for a plot for the construction of a hotel in the hills. One is a civil engineer (Prosenjit) a...
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Entertainment  /  Published 27.06.20

Working with Prosenjit in my first film 'Nirontor'

We were inside a fort situated around 25km from the main city of Jaisalmer, Rajasthan. While we were busy setting up the next scene, Bumbada’s (Prosenjit) costume attendant Shiba comes up to tell me...
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