articles by Enakshi Sharma


Censorship in India needs to be holistic rather than clerical: Imtiaz Ali

Filmmaker Imtiaz Ali believes censorship in India needs to be holistic and should also consider restrictions on other mediums of communication via which viewers can access the censored content.


Watch: 'Rocky Handsome' trailer is a vehicle for John Abraham and no more

Rocky Handsome is rumoured to be loosely "inspired" by a Korean film called The Man From Nowhere.


‘Fear gave her courage' Sonam Kapoor at gunpoint in 'Neerja' poster

Courage is looking fear right in the eye, and that's just what Sonam Kapoor does in the first poster of Bollywood film "Neerja" an upcoming biopic on valiant flight attendant Neerja Bhanot.


From 'Shahid' to 'Ship Of Theseus': Here are five offbeat Indian films to watch on Netflix

Here are a few offbeat Indian films now available on Netflix, that is surely worth your time


Bejoy Nambiar was the reason I did Wazir: Aditi Rao Hydari

Aditi Rao Hydari has tasted both success and failures in her six year long career.


'Hum Hai Happy': Sonu Nigam, YRF launch India’s first transgender band

India’s first own Transgender Band in collaboration with Sonu Nigam, is called 6-Pack Band.


Fitoor trailer: Great expectations from this Katrina Kaif, Aditya Roy Kapur, Tabu starrer

Fitoor is an adaptation of Great Expectations by Charles Dickens; a classic, timeless story.


From Rahasya to Gour Hari Dastaan: The most underrated Bollywood movies of 2015

Bollywood churns out more than 100 films every year, but most of them turn out to be terrible clichés


Will Bollywood ever explore anything beyond love? Not if Bajirao Mastani is any indicator

The main drawback of Bajirao Mastani is that it does not even entertain enough.


Watch: Mumbai businessman takes on BMC in a bid to save dying trees

A public litigation from a businessman, Zoru Bhathena has created a noise for the cause of deteriorating state of current Mumbai's Green Cover.


Lost in translation: Animated web-series Blazing Bajirao is worth a shot, if you overlook the 'Hinglish'

A new addition to this trend is the Blazing Bajirao, an animated web series (or a motion graphic series as they call it) on the life of Bajirao II. So, Bollywood is now moving beyond trailers, item songs and “making of” videos and trying out an entirely different medium.


Watch: Europe should welcome immigrants, terror no excuse for closed doors, says Thomas Piketty

Piketty spoke at Mehboob Studios, Mumbai about his study, conducted with the Indian economist Abhijit Banerjee, on income inequality levels that were prevalent in India more than 10 years ago.


Congress keen to disturb peace in Punjab, says CM Parkash Singh Badal

Accusing Congress of "hatching a conspiracy" to derail the process of development and peace in Punjab, Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Thursday said the presence of its leaders in Sikh congregation Sarbat Khalsa' has exposed the party's plan to push the state back to turbulent times.


Clash of the Westerns: The tough choice between Tarantino's 'Hateful Eight' and Innaritu's 'The Revenant'

Everyone has been eagerly awaiting Tarantino's new film The Hateful Eight. But the fans have a much more difficult task at hand this Christmas rather than just buying tickest for their favourite auteur. Not one but two major Hollywood Westerns are releasing together and if you thought the glory days of Westerns ended in the 60s, you could not have been more off the mark.