Rajesh Kumar Singh

Rajesh Kumar Singh is a film -critic, -journalist, and -trade-analyst. He is also the writer-producer of the classic Indian television drama series, ‘Shanti – Ek Aurat Ki Kahani’.
  • A Wednesday!

    A Wednesday! is a concept film. It has nothing to do with reality, logic, and path-breaking cinema as some would like us to believe. It is vigilante film genre at its mediocre best, with a dash of jingoist sloganeering, and a loud background score to manufacture the elusive elements...
  • What are the Real Issues before the Indian Film Industry?

    The much obscured truth of independent producers is that they are suckers and though the edifice of the industry stands on their shoulders, none cares for the hell they go through. In the chain that begins with the film production process and ends with the exhibition of the completed...
  • Banishing Filmmakers from the Small Screen

    Tyrannical regulations, idiotic laws and edicts, and uncalled-for interference in the personal choices of the citizenry by the law creators and enforcers, and overzealous activists cannot be acceptable in a civilised society. The judgement of the Mumbai High Court to ban ‘A’ certified films on TV is patently wrong....
  • Maqbool – Hindi – film review

    Maqbool shows how a comprehensive film script, smart photography, and good casting can turn a low budget film into reasonably good cinema. Vishal Bhardwaj has grown leaps and bounds as a filmmaker. Maqbool is a clear proof of that. It is a good film. It should be a lesson...
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