PAK Vs SL | 1st Test Dec 11, 2019
SL 202/5 (68.1)
ASS Vs SER | Match 12 Dec 09, 2019
ASS 74/5 (31.0)
TRI Vs JHA | Match 13 Dec 09, 2019
JHA 91/2 (20.0)
AND Vs VID | Match 4 Dec 09, 2019
AND 100/2 (37.0)
TN Vs KAR | Match 6 Dec 09, 2019
KAR 89/5 (40.0)
HAR Vs MAH | Match 10 Dec 09, 2019
MAH 61/5 (19.0)
GOA Vs SIK | Match 16 Dec 09, 2019
SIK 331/8 (98.0)
UP Vs RLY | Match 7 Dec 09, 2019
UP 23/0 (4.4)
KER Vs DEL | Match 2 Dec 09, 2019
DEL 142/1 (38.0)
Latest News on Baradwaj Rangan
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May 07, 2018
Cannes Film Festival 2018: A journalist's view of the iconic event and its touching commitment to cinemaCannes’s rigid adherence to protocol may be second only to that in the Buckingham Palace.
Apr 09, 2018
Remembering Stéphane Audran’s La Femme Infidèle, and its tamer American counterpart, UnfaithfulLa Femme Infidèle got a Hollywood makeover in 2002 (Unfaithful), and the contrasts are a lesson in both film-making (by the director) as well as film-viewing (by the audience).
Apr 02, 2018
Bergman’s Hour of the Wolf, Darren Aronofsky’s mother!, and the legend of the ‘tortured artist’Cinema has persisted with the myth that artists create their best work when suffering emotional turmoil
Mar 26, 2018
Gal Gadot’s Stephen Hawking tweet, and the unsentimental handling of disability in ‘Rust and Bone’Gal Gadot, Stephen Hawking and ableism (or lack thereof) in Marion Cotillard's Rust and Bone.
Mar 19, 2018
Remembering René Clément’s take on The Talented Mr. Ripley and his documentarian eye for detailClément’s version of The Talented Mr Ripley, released in 1960, was called Purple Noon, though its French title, Plein soleil (full sun), is far more descriptive of the film’s technique
Mar 12, 2018
Louis Malle’s incest-tinged film Murmur of the Heart is a gentle blow against political correctnessNow is a good time to remember an era when cinema could be unapologetically apolitical. A film like Louis Malle’s 1971 drama, Murmur of the Heart is, without doubt, the least judgmental film ever made about incest.
Feb 26, 2018
Berlinale 2018: Cedric Kahn’s The Prayer, which bagged Best Actor prize, is a worthy addition to small list of films on faithThe Prayer is a fascinating curiosity. It is not overtly religious. For a film on faith, it doesn’t position prayer as a cure-all.
Feb 14, 2018
Blue is the Warmest Colour, Talk to Her: A hat tip to love that cuts deeper than a Valentine’s Day cardEvery year, on February 14, we get lists. Ten Most Romantic Films of All Time. And so forth. But love isn’t always roses. In many films, affairs of the heart are closer to cacti, and the people aren’t always destined for a happily-ever-after
Feb 05, 2018
Federico Fellini's cinema is like reading a Latin-American novel — humane, dreamy and poeticFellini's films make sense in a primal way – like poetry.
Jan 29, 2018
Call Me by Your Name, Lolita and taming discomfiting desires on the big screenIt says something about our movie-making (and movie-watching) culture when a particular kind of love story is stripped of the very things that make it so particular – though I’ll admit this is why Call Me by Your Name has grossed over $10 million at the US box office.