Sudhir Mishra says showing the poor in Serious Men as 'crawling, earnest' wasn't what he wanted to do
"That's the bad art film you drink wine and discuss at film festivals," Serious Men director Sudhir Mishra said of films that show the poor without agency
Sudhir Mishra, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Manu Joseph on setting Serious Men against the backdrop of education system
Author Manu Joseph, director Sudhir Mishra, and actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui in conversation with Firstpost about Netflix release Serious Men.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui on starring in comedy films: I enjoy this genre because you don’t have to think or stress too much
Nawazuddin Siddiqui's new film, Motichoor Chaknachoor, released in cinemas on 15 November.
Speaking about the project Sudhir Mishra said that in order for Nawazuddin Siddiqui to come on board, he had to ensure that the script was good.
The debate capped off the 11th edition of the Zee Jaipur Literature Festival | #FirstCulture
Veteran journalist and former editor of Open magazine, Manu Joseph is back with his third novel — Miss Laila, Armed and Dangerous, published by HarperCollins India
Sudhir Mishra on the film adaptation of Manu Joseph's novel: 'I would love to retain Manu’s acerbic viewpoint since it matches with my worldview.'
Rohith along with four other comrades were expelled from the struggle, were surviving in a makeshift tent in the campus, because of an alleged assault on one Nandanam Susheel Kumar
Just when you thought that the Narendra Modi versus Rahul Gandhi versus Arvind Kejriwal versus a bunch of other ambitious politicians war has pre-booked headlines for the next of couple of months, the Tehelka sexual assault case shot back into limelight.
The law protects journalists from termination, unless the journalist has undermined his or her own case by misbehavior or mistakes. But editors don't take on owners -- they need another owner to give them the next job.
The Indian Express group has sent a legal notice to Manu Joseph, Editor, Open magazine, and Vinod Mehta, former Editor of Outlook, and others threatening to sue them for a total of Rs 500 crore for the latter's remarks on the IE Army movement story.
Vikram Seth and his mother Leila Seth open up in a chat about Indian writing in English, Chetan Bhagat, Twitter, being gay and of course, a suitable boy.