Reading dystopian fiction during the coronavirus pandemic: Genre's prescience helps imagine a better future
Dystopian fiction issues warnings and predicts outcomes. It forces us to acknowledge that the evils of the world it depicts are systemic, that something new, something better rests upon the complete annihilation of the old world
Here are selected excerpts of an interview with the man behind Rajkumar Vikram Rathore of Khoobsurat.
Naseeruddin Shah's autobiography 'Then One Day' is a searingly honest read that gives a fascinating insight into his thought process.
The Khoobsurat soundtrack sticks to the Bollywood music formula with terrible but predictable results.
Even campaigns that start with the noblest of intentions can't seem to escape the curse of apathy and misguided feminism.
Lekhraj’s job is to match a junior artist from his stable to the director’s requirements.
Here's a list of some of the 'touchstones of cinema' that are mocked by The Viral Fever gents in their new video. Did you spot some that we missed? Tell us in the comments.
The role of the Rajput prince has been played by Fawad Khan, a Pakistani actor and musician who makes his Bollywood debut with Khoobsurat.
Pritam may not have had eternity with Ludhianvi, but decades later, despite forgetfulness curling the edges of their history, their love story remains.