Brahman Naman: Prepubescent Tomfoolery

Brahman Naman is proof (once again) that Q the film maker cares little about meeting the audience in the middle
Dhruba Basu Delhi  

Sultan: A waste of time and money

Misbah Khan Delhi

Waiting: World on the Edge of a Blade

Two marriages. Two patients. Two spaces. Four lives in the balance
Sonali Ghosh Sen Delhi 

Udta Punjab: A Catalyst for Change?

Positioned at the intersection of various debates, Udta Punjab may be judged for the precedent it has set rather than the film it is, but that is no reason to complain
Dhruba Basu Delhi 

Has India found it’s funny?

Tanmay Delhi 

Humour is a Taboo

A country gets the comedians it deserves
Nikhil Thiyyar Delhi 

The Conjuring 2: Jump Cut Horror

James Wan conjures yet another creepy movie which compulsively plays on your nerves
Devika Sharma Delhi

Game of Thrones: All men must die?

HBO’s Game of Thrones has trod a fine line on the question of gender, often falling into age-old traps while undermining masculinity, but Season 6 gets some things right
Dhruba Basu Delhi

National Film Festival 2016: To the Viewers go the spoils

Notes from the National Film Festival 2016: the distribution of the awards may have disappointed (with good reason), but the terrain of Indian cinema does not
Dhruba Basu Delhi 

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