Showing of 0 - 10 from 90 results
Cinema 2 - Total results - 90
Aug 19, 2017
Nainital bungalow where Bimal Roy shot Madhumati could be turned into museum for filmmakerThe Uttarakhand government currently runs bi-weekly camps for tuberculosis patients in the bungalow, where Bimal Roy shot Madhumati — one of his best films, and the biggest commercial hits of 1958
Aug 13, 2017
Mahanagar: Satyajit Ray highlights how flawed the prejudice against working women isSatyajit ray's Mahanagar will resonate with anyone who has either experienced or studied the many obstacles which the woman of the house, in a middle-class family, has to negotiate day in, day out
Aug 05, 2017
Jab Harry Met Sejal: Imtiaz Ali's film should rightly have been called Jab Sejal Met DudeJab Harry Met Sejal almost belonged to Sejal (Anushka Sharma). Harry (Shah Rukh Khan) is mostly just…there, a consequence more than a character, along for the ride Imtiaz Ali is taking us all on.
Jul 30, 2017
Kapurush: Satyajit Ray's meditation on courageous women, and doomed young loveIn his 1965 film Kapurush (The Coward), Satyajit Ray chooses to portray the silent courage of a strong-willed woman, by juxtaposing her against the film’s protagonist who is timid, irresolute and unsure of himself.
Jul 26, 2017
Pahlaj Nihalani's week in a nutshell: Possible termination, two certifications, and a legal noticeArray
Jul 25, 2017
Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk: What the World War II film has to do with Britain's past — and presentChristopher Nolan's Dunkirk proves how a country looks at a past military engagement today depends more on the present strength of that country’s nationhood than its actual fortunes in that engagement
Jul 23, 2017
Aranyer Din Ratri: Satyajit Ray's beautiful study of man, nature, and the very nature of manThere are many people who consider Aranyer Din Ratri (Days and Nights of the Forest) the best film of Satyajit Ray’s post-Apu Trilogy career.
Jul 16, 2017
Shakha Proshakha: Satyajit Ray's penultimate film isn't his best, yet offers a moving image of lifeTowards the fag end of his career, the films that Satyajit Ray made were a clear reflection of two things — firstly, his own failing health and exhaustion, and secondly, that he was finding it increasingly difficult to cope with the rampant unscrupulousness of the society around him. And this is very evident in his penultimate film, Shakha Proshakha.
Jul 09, 2017
Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne: This Satyajit Ray classic was made for his 13-year-old sonDespite the challenges, Satyajit Ray wasn't worried about making Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne. He knew that a good children’s story is not enjoyed only by children, but by adults as well.
Jul 02, 2017
Jana Aranya: Satyajit Ray's most cynical, ruthless film resonates with today's worldThe one theme running throughout Satyajit Ray's Jana Aranya (The Middleman) is its frustrated cynicism — the feeling that all is lost