Bollywood today is technically superb, but its films are mostly drivel, rues veteran critic Derek Malcolm
Malcolm, who was The Guardian's film critic for more than three decades, speaks about the making of a good critic and the shrinking space for the arts in the media.
Diorama 2020 to be held from 18 December 2020 to 1 January 2021
The festival's organisers will screen 200 films from 64 countries and will also hold webinars with Indian and international film personalities.
How will the country improve, asks filmmaker Manoj Tiwari in his upcoming film P se Pyaar, F se Faraar
P se Pyaar, F se Faraar explores hate crimes and the toll that caste-based violence takes on the victims as well as their families.
Diorama organizes a retrospective fashion show on costumes in Hindi films
The fashion show included iconic looks like those of Raj Kapoor from Shree 420 (1955), Amitabh Bachchan from Yaarana (1981), Hrithik Roshan from Jodhaa Akbar (2008), among others.
Sohalla review: Typical domestic drama of love and loss besotted with typified aesthetics
Filmmaker Gajendra Ahire’s Sohalla (2019), a tale of domestic strife, love and repentance, benefits from a cast of versatile artistes across the board.