Killer Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody

It’s a warm sunny afternoon in school, and your chemistry teacher drones on about a plum pudding model. How she expects you to study henceforth without the thought of food on your mind remains a mystery. A forty minute class suddenly turns into chaos as the restless backbencher slowly thumps his feet twice and slams... Continue Reading →

Star Wars : The Last Jedi Review

Disclaimer: The following review may contain spoilers regarding Rian Johnson's latest addition to the Star Wars Franchise. The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors alone. The Light Side SITH HAS HIT THE FLOOR. Evil is ascendant, as the Resistance begins to feel progressively​ outnumbered, and occasionally outmaneuvered by the... Continue Reading →

Classic Reviews: Bawarchi

Whenever we think of Rajesh Khanna, the first movie that comes to the mind is Anand. This masterpiece, iconic not just for its dialogues but also for its songs, is directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee. Hrishi da (as he was popularly known) worked with Kaka in two other movies- the socialist Namak Haraam (The Traitor) and... Continue Reading →

The Great Indian Travelling Cinema

The movement of independent cinema from the hallowed screens of film festivals to the television sets of the Aam Aadmi audience has been a slow process if at all it has been a process. In an attempt to break through these barriers, one man has been travelling all over the country, screening his films in... Continue Reading →

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