Why? Why not? Usually these two questions are whirling around in Rajeev D Pai's head. He believes these two questions are as important for an editor as they are for a revolutionary. If you don't ask these questions, says he, you will not change a thing. You could say he's a whys guy, even if he may not be very wise.
Opinion: Sushant Singh Rajput death – Suicide and entertainment
Sushant Singh Rajput is free now, but there are as many dancing around his corpse as those shedding crocodile tears.
Opinion: The lynch-mob mentality
Criminal acts, no matter the provocation, do not equal justice. While they may be enjoyed on screen and even provide catharsis, in real life such actions only bring more grief.
Comment: The days of thugging audiences are past
If star power fails, can the star system survive?
Comment: The importance of being Amitabh
The one-time superstar's reluctance to speak up on issues plaguing the film industry is galling.
Comment: Maturing industry needs real awards
Why can’t the Indian film industry come together and set up independent awards rather than hankering for handouts from media houses for whom these occasions are a way to promote otherwise comatose publications and channels and collect ad revenues?
Comment: The silly season is upon us again
Asking insignificant individuals like Fawad Khan to leave India isn't going to make any difference to India-Pakistan relations.