Released on 12th August,3 days prior to India’s 75th Independence Day, Shershah is a biopic of Param Vir Chakra Vikram Batra’s journey from a boy adamant about joining the Indian army into India’s hero of the first televised war of India – Pakistan at the Kargil front. Produced by Dharma Productions their last production ventureContinue reading “Shershah: A not so, soon Forgotten biopic of an Indian war hero”
I have been a regular reader of Danik Bhaskar and have been reading it for the past six years from the past 6 years and I read in detail if there’s an article about cinema or management. People who have been readers are aware of the name N.Raghuraman who writes about management, Jai Prakash ChoukseyContinue reading “How a tailor made the greatest movie of all times in India”
Stories of Conflict between media and government in India
The irreversible-The endless loop of hopelessness.
From the very day of my College, when I joined the journalism and communication department.I wanted to tell stories and make a living out of it.I had it all planned after my gradations to move to Mumbai and then study media and cultural studies because I have been heavily inspired by the contemporary documentary filmContinue reading “Finding hope in COVID Crisis.”
Guru Dutt died Fifty -Five years ago in 1964,and with each passing year ,recognition of the tremendous impact that Guru Dutt’s films have had on Indian Cinema has hugely increased .I came across this book Guru Dutt ” A Life in A Cinema” by Nasreen Munni Kabir . The very first work of Guru DuttContinue reading “Why Guru Dutt is the only classical director that inspires me”
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