Cinema and women
The influence of media on people is unexplainable. It starts from simple mundane things as buying a pen, but extends to extremes of life changing decision making and so on. When we speak of media it includes every aspect of it, beginning from the newspapers to the cyber world that we...
  • 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....
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