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Suparna Sharma

Manto movie review: Manto, examined only in juxtaposition

Das is able to create Manto’s world in Bombay that seems to be lived in happily, and one that comes apart when he moves to Lahore.

22 Sep 2018 1:42 AM

Tiff ’18: The madness of mard who feels no dard

Fest bills its 10-film Midnight Madness section as ‘the wild side’.

17 Sep 2018 1:35 AM

TIFF Exclusive: And the Oscar goes to…Cooper, Lady Gaga for A Star Is Born and Roma!

A Star Is Born is a tender, intense, tragic love story mounted on an epic scale.

15 Sep 2018 2:13 PM

The filmmaker versus angry activist’s angst

Patwardhan hopes that people will watch his film, see things more clearly, and vote rationally.

11 Sep 2018 12:51 AM

Happy travellers films and others that aren’t

Some Indian stories, when they travel back to India, need to pack in a little sensitivity to get a warm hug.

10 Sep 2018 1:00 AM

Toronto fest: Diversity, with incredible grace

But then, warm embrace of the outlier, the other, the refugee is in Toronto’s DNA.

08 Sep 2018 6:57 AM

TIFF 2018: Diversity, with incredible grace

The 10-day-long Toronto International Film Festival 2018 (TIFF 2018) kicked off on Thursday.

07 Sep 2018 6:33 PM

Stree movie review: Spooky that makes you shudder, giggle

Stree is smart, cool, funny, cuckoo and pulls off the ridiculousness of the genre quite brilliantly.

01 Sep 2018 12:37 AM

Satyameva Jayate movie review: One vigilante versus many dirty vardis

The film also, interestingly, invokes some chuckles as it dips its toes in contemporary dirty waters — “Note badle, niyat nahin”.

18 Aug 2018 2:01 AM

Gold movie review: A brilliant slice of history

Though Gold shows Britain putting up a fight, Independent India’s first Olympic gold against their colonisers in London was satisfyingly decisive.4-0.

18 Aug 2018 1:56 AM