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In Pioneering Parsis of Calcutta, Prochy N. Mehta chronicles the little-known lives of the first Parsis who came to the city during British rule.
In Jubilee Kumar, Seema Sonik Alimchand writes about the life of one of Bollywood’s biggest superstars and the year he almost had no films.
Parasite, a black comedy thriller by Bong Joon-ho, has amassed a box office revenue of US$137 million already.
Intelligent, talented, and strong, Smita Patil proved to be a shining star in an industry that shames darkness.
In a world where visual media is being increasingly viewed on phones and laptops rather than in actual cinemas or on TV sets, perhaps the terms “cinema” and “television” no longer even make sense.
Doyen of Bengali cinema Uttam Kumar has over 200 films to his credit. He was an extremely charming and intelligent man, who lived life on his own terms.
From Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara and Dil Dhadakne Do to Gully Boy, Zoya Akhtar is now a chronicler of deep class divide and a poet of possibilities.
Film industry is an important element of India's soft power, and the sector contributes significantly to the economy — including providing employment opportunities.
Hollywood has begun to address the issue of diversity but Hindi films continue to fare poorly on representation of caste.
In Manto, Mulk and Kedarnath, Bollywood’s Muslims learn to live dangerously.
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