Chola on Amazon: Troubling male gaze or uncomfortably realistic take on sexual violence and social conditioning?
Sanal Kumar Sasidharan's Chola, that released only in Kerala theatres in December, is now streaming on Amazon Prime Video India.
Sexy Durga director Sanal Kumar Sasidharan’s Unmadiyude Maranam is wacky irreverence in search of a platform
Sasidharan describes Unmadiyude Maranam as a very personal reaction to his traumatic experience with Sexy Durga. Unmadiyude Maranam is more wacky than anything OTT platforms have sourced from India so far.
Rajshri Deshpande discusses playing strong female characters in Sacred Games, S Durga, Nandita Das' Manto biopic
When Sacred Games actor Rajshri Deshpande was being trolled for her love-making scenes, the single most thought that occupied her mind was building toilets in the village she had adopted
In S Durga, Sanal Kumar Sasidharan serves up a universe of meaning that tears the mask off the dual-purpose woman-as-goddess trope that patriarchy holds out to women as a carrot and, simultaneously, stick
Sanal Kumar Sasidharan's S Durga had gone through a lot of controversies earlier for its screening at the International Film Festival of India (IFFI) in 2017.
S Durga is now eligible for public screenings, which had received a 'U/A' certificate from the censor board.
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After S Durga director Sanal Kumar Sasidharan on 12 December hit out at IFFK for its bad shape, the organisers of the gala questioned his changed opinion
At the 22nd edition of IFFK, Prakash Raj talked about a lack of dissent in public discourse, his concerns for the future generation and his love for Kerala.
S Durga was not screened at the the International Film Festival of India (IFFI) in Goa this year despite the best efforts of the movie's director Sanal Kumar Sasidharan.
An IFFI 2017 organiser said the makers of S Durga can screen the controversial film at other film festivals and IFFI should be remembered for good cinema
Controversies surrounding the Sanal Kumar Sasidharan-directed S Durga seem to suggest that Indians are infants who must be spoon-fed from time to time about the difference between what is real as opposed to what is reel.
In an interview, Twinkle Khanna got candid about her failure as an actor, Padmavati's controversy, raising kids with Akshay Kumar and why Padman was necessary
Cinema is our favourite escapist fare. Is the row over Padmavati and S Durga indicative of how cinema is being used to divert attention from issues society has a real, material stake in?
Director Sanal Kumar Sasidharan’s Malayalam film Sexy Durga is a searing condemnation of a society that places every woman on a pedestal as “mata” (mother) or “devi” (goddess) as long as she stays at home and remains pliable, conformist and opinionless
Sanal Kumar Sasidharan's Malayalam film S Durga was scheduled to be screened at IFFI 2017 at 6pm on Tuesday but the CBFC played spoilsport.
As the Film Bazaar closes, here's a look at highlights from the final day
After a series of flip-flops, it seems Malayalam film S Durga (originally known as Sexy Durga) will not be screened at the International Film Festival of India (IFFI) 2017 after all.
The 48th edition of International Film Festival of India (IFFI) comes to a close today
The battle to ensure that S Durga will be screened was not an easy one. Sanal Kumar Sasidharan had to file a petition in the Kerala High Court, which gave its nod to the film and rejected the stay appeal given by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting