‘Dangal’ is a ‘beautiful family drama with wrestling as the backdrop’, says director Nitesh Tiwari
The director of the eagerly awaited Aamir Khan starrer discusses the challenges involved in directing child actors and delivering a social message with a smile.
The many faces of faith, as seen through a photographer’s camera
Nilanjan Ray’s images reveal the myriad ways in which religion binds together Indians.
It’s time to remove ‘Last Tango in Paris’ from your list of all-time favourite films
The rape scene between Marlon Brando and Maria Schneider in the movie was actually a rape.
Here’s looking at Helen, the endlessly photogenic film star
When we screenshot stills of the icon from her films, are we stealing art or creating fresh works?
Development And Environment
As government initiatives fail, a Tibetan village takes charge of conserving the environment
The central government has pumped in billions of yuan to conserve the Sanjiagyuan region of the Tibetan plateau, but degradation is worsening.
Museums are returning indigenous human remains but progress on repatriating objects is slow
The question of repatriating objects is clearly more complex than returning human remains.
Is Arijit Singh the singer at odds with Arijit Singh the star?
In his latest tantrum, the successful singer claims that his career has peaked.
The song is over, but memories of Mumbai's Rhythm House live on in ‘The Last Music Store’
The documentary is a lump-in-the-throat chronicle of the city’s last haven of music.