- "Tries to uncover the contradictions in the cosmos. Ee Ma Yau is an existential comedy and at its very centre is God"
- February 2, 2019"Same sex love isn't a frequently broached topic in Hindi cinema"
- January 26, 2019"Is this the Queen we know or need?"
- January 19, 2019Ashameera Aiyappan, Cinema Express: "The strength of the writing in Soni is that while it makes you empathise with the women, it doesn’t make a demon out of all men. It’s more about exposing the cultural conditioning that we are all subjected to."
- October 14, 2018"Part morbid-fantasy, mostly magic-realism... An artsy, gutsy mix of mythology, history, horror, and moral science."
- September 27, 2018"A milestone film of sorts, Village Rockstars epitomises the trials and tribulations, and heralds the coming of age, of a filmmaker, of her protagonist, and of the indie film movement in India."
- A ‘prequel’ to a film classic is sometimes a much better marketing ploy than a sequel – especially when the first film began on an intriguing note. Ridley Scott’s Alien (1979) is a horror classic and it engendered several sequels by other...
- Nicholas Jarecki’s Arbitrage is a political film, but its statement is disguised as family drama. The first factor that makes it highly political is that it is about a hedge-fund tycoon and investment bankers have become highly controversial after...
- Music, Ideas… and Butterflies In Lyrics to Live By— Keys to Self-help Notes for a Better Life, Tim Bragg, a French-based British musician/author,...
- + Ee. Ma. Yau wins the FCCI–Best Indian Film of 2018 Citation Award
- + Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga
- + events & workshops—Music, Film, & Literature
- + Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi
- + Women in Cinema
- + Soni
- + The Othello and Hamlet Figure in Assamese Narratives: Shifting Paradigm in Assamese Cinema & Plays
- + Bernardo Bertolucci
- + Prometheus
- + Arbitrage
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