If there was one word to describe 2017 so far at the movies, it would be – underwhelming.
Sermonising the death of cinema as we know it seems to have become an almost enjoyable past time for many within the entertainment industry.
To put things in perspective, India is a nation which makes films in over 40 languages and collectively produces more movies than any other country in the world.
The genre of comedy will always have a special, highly esteemed place in Hindi cinema.
A discussion on Vir Das' Netflix stand-up special, the first for any Indian.
March 9th will see the start of this year’s London Asian Film Festival, now in its 19th edition, making it the the oldest South-Asian film festival in Europe.
And there goes another year at the movies. 2016 is widely being considered a disastrous year for the world as a whole, for innumerable reasons.
It’s that time of year again where the Jio MAMI Film Festival rolls back into town, now in its 18th edition, and this year looks like its most ambitious outing yet.
Before getting into it I feel like I have to throw out a disclaimer right at the outset here.
More often than not, a Bollywood newcomer’s first film is unlikely to be highly acclaimed or even competent, given that they are essentially just vehicles aimed at launching perspe
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