The kind of films we see today, where the line between parallel and mainstream cinema is blurring, were already being made by Tapan Sinha in the 1970s.
On his 95th birth anniversary, ThePrint looks at the legacy of noted Hindi playwright who was an important pillar of the Nayi Kahani movement.
Nationalist Congress Party leader Devi Prasad Tripathi died Thursday at the age of 67, after a prolonged illness.
Safdar Hashmi died of injuries on 2 January 1989 after a group of men attacked his theatre group during a New Year's Day performance in UP’s Jhandapur.
A look back into actor Farooq Sheikh's body of work through two of his leading heroines, Deepti Naval and Shabana Azmi.
Baba Amte, born on 26 December 1914 as Murlidhar Devidas Amte, believed 'where there is fear, there is no love, and where there is no love, there is no God'.
On Keshav Shankar Pillai's death anniversary, a look at the life of the fearless illustrator who is considered the father of political cartooning in India.
IAS-turned-social activist Mander has been ever-present at the anti-CAA protests in Delhi, but he’s actually been fighting for social justice since 2002.
Naushad introduced classical music into mainstream cinema in a way that got Indian audiences hooked to his fusion compositions.
On Chaudhary Charan Singh's 117th birth anniversary today, PM Modi said he was unwavering when it came to safeguarding the rights of hardworking farmers.