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Suparna Sharma

'Serious Men' review: Ancient prejudice posing as a post-liberal narrative

Sudhir Mishra's film based on Manu Joseph's book tells the story of a calculative Dalit on the sidelines of science

04 Oct 2020 1:40 PM

TIFF Diary | Meet Greta, a real ‘pain the a*se’ of world leaders

'I Am Greta' challenges the rightwing’s concerted attempts to dehumanise this incredible school kid

19 Sep 2020 6:21 PM

TIFF Diary: The mendacity of Duranty and the truth of Mr Jones

Agnieszka Holland’s film 'Mr Jones' takes us back to a famine in Ukraine of the early 1990s 

16 Sep 2020 12:16 AM

TIFF Diary: At last, the female gaze upon the world of yakuza

In Under the Open Sky, Miwa Nishikawa makes a foray into a genre that has until now been the preserve of alpha-male directors

14 Sep 2020 9:52 AM

TIFF diary: The audacity of Regina King and an imagined evening

'One Night In Miami', about a fictional conversation between Malcolm X, Sam Cooke, Jim Brown, Cassius Clay is a sure-shot Oscar contender

12 Sep 2020 4:35 PM

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TIFF Diary: Here at last, a film fest you can watch in your pajamas

The Toronto International Film Festival gets going with digital screenings and virtual red carpets

11 Sep 2020 2:45 PM

The feminism of Churails: Sometimes fiery, sometimes faux

But towards that end, it's is an excellent start

07 Sep 2020 12:31 AM

Sadak 2: This road to boredom is paved with eighties' cliches

Watching Sadak 2 felt like he had regurgitated the indigestibles of Sadak, which wasn’t a great film to begin with

30 Aug 2020 6:38 PM

Shakuntala Devi review: A feminist in a sexist setting

Along with Shakuntala Devi's dazzling mind, the film wants us to also see the warts and ugliness of this “amazing” woman

02 Aug 2020 3:08 PM

Indian Matchmaking: When girls do the checking out

The Netflix series shows that the marriage market is no longer in the control of boy log and Mummyjis

26 Jul 2020 1:50 PM

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Dil Bechara review: Sushant Singh Rajput shines and overwhelms in his last film

Dil Bechara cradles an overwhelming grief over an approaching death

26 Jul 2020 12:21 PM

Bulbbul review | A fiercely feminist tale with characters from classic myths

Bulbbul’s story and story-telling are both shrouded in mist and mystery. It finds power in stuff left unsaid.

28 Jun 2020 6:11 PM

Aarya review | Yes, women’s heads and feet turn in rage

Aarya is based on the Dutch series Penoza (meaning, the underworld), which began airing in 2010, was a huge hit and went on for five seasons

28 Jun 2020 5:52 PM

Suparna Sharma | The etiquette of dying

In certain cultures, certain suicides are deemed honourable

21 Jun 2020 5:25 PM

Mirza Chunnan Nawab aur Fatima Mahal ki gajab prem kahani

In Gulabo Sitabo, Fatima Mahal is both, a character and the set it is the stage that carries, encases and showcases its cast of characters

14 Jun 2020 6:57 PM

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Choked review: A plumbing miracle that loses the plot

Choked is concerned mostly with the family of three wife Sarita, husband Sushant and their bright but often neglected son, Sameer

07 Jun 2020 5:07 PM

Panchayat is about small-small baatein, petty politics

The show, which follows the slow pace of life in the village, has an excellent ensemble of actors and characters

19 May 2020 9:22 PM

Season 2 of Four More Shots Please! doesn’t disappoint

All these girls have lives, professions, desires, but above and beyond all this substantive, meaningful stuff, they are pretty

19 May 2020 9:13 PM

Was all the hype around 'Paatal Lok' worth a watch?

Paatal Lok, produced by Anushka Sharma, is written by Sudip Sharma (who wrote Udta Punjab,NH10) and directed by Prosit Roy and Avinash Arun

19 May 2020 9:01 PM

Rishi Kapoor: Forever Bobby despite all those other things

A natural actor who never received the writer-backed support many of his contemporaries enjoyed

01 May 2020 9:16 AM

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