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Independence Day: Three I-Day movies that will give every patriotic Indian goosebumps

As we enter the 73rd year of independence we contemplate where we are since the British left us but we also chill with flix. We love drama after all

Published on 15th August 2019
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Green cover can't be sacrificed for any city plan: Manikonda Vedakumar, Forum For A Better Hyderabad

Forum For A Better Hyderabad's Manikonda Vedakumar took us on a nostalgia trip to the time when Hyderabad was a city lush with greenery and no urban planner dared change that

Published on 14th August 2019
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If She Built A Country: A tale of the women's struggle against illegal mining in Madhya Pradesh

Maheen Mirza talks about what drew her to shoot the film If She Built A Country and shares some heart-wrenching stories of Rajgarh

Published on 12th August 2019
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Viva la Vada Chennai: How youngsters here are using hip-hop, rap and gaana to rewrite music history

The marginalised communities in the housing boards in Chennai are taking to hip-hop and mainstreaming gaana to speak up about their stories and struggles

Published on 29th October 2018
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Here's why you should check out this National award-winning director's latest film on Lord Jagannath and Odia culture

A took a good two years to make the film The Lord of the Universe. They were researching at all times like before, during and after the shoot was concluded 

Published on 24th July 2019
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From YouTubers to composing for Mahira. Here's why this musical jodi's journey is awesome

UP Rakesh and Nilima Rao, two musicians based out of different cities, Bengaluru and London, communicate through Skype to compose music

Published on 3rd July 2019
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Why Kannada film Gantumoote should be on your must-watch list

Roopa Rao talks about her new film, Gantumoote, which is doing the rounds at international film festivals and why she believes parallel cinema will always have an audience

Published on 26th June 2019
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Pride Month: Why Tamil short film Oruvanukku Oruthi has heart, soul and a whole lot of Pride

This Pride Month, Vimal Santiagu gives us this nice little film about two individuals who meet when their parents forcefully set them up  
 

Published on 24th June 2019
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Peace be with you: How simple it is to buy a dubious DLitt from this University

A phone call was all it took to understand the ease of receiving a doctorate from International University of Peace, which is apparently headquartered in Germany

Published on 21st June 2019
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This award-winning filmmaker from Kerala raises awareness about the importance of ambulance drivers with his documentary

Baburaj Asariya drew inspiration from directors who used innovative methods to produce their films

Published on 19th June 2019
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Making Odia cinema matter: Why actor Swastik Choudhury is a man with a plan

His camaraderie with director Amartya Bhattacharyya is indeed a unique one and they together want to do a lot for Odia cinema. They have collaborated for more than three films now 

Published on 19th June 2019
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RIP Crazy Mohan: Curtains come down on Tamil cinema's original funny man

Mohan wrote several scripts and dialogues for movies too, he frequently collaborated with Kamal Haasan

Published on 10th June 2019
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Girish Karnad: A man who had the strongest and best lines — both on stage and in real life

The Padma Shri and Jnanpith awardee passed away after a prolonged illness on Monday morning

Published on 10th June 2019
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Our cultural world is poorer today: Twitter mourns veteran playwright and director Girish Karnad's demise

Girish Karnad predominantly worked in South Indian cinema and also Bollywood. He was last seen in Salman Khan-starrer Tiger Zinda Hai

Published on 10th June 2019
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This documentary shows us the gruesome portrait of grief as a result of cow vigilantism and mob lynching

The Hour of Lynching is a telling documentary of mob lynching directed by Shirley Abraham and Amit Madheshiya. We spoke to the makers to find out more

Published on 4th June 2019

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