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Ajachi Chakrabarti & Atul Dev

Cocaine. Crystal meth. LSD. Ecstasy. Dangerous opioids. Every narcotic you can think of is just a few clicks away. Ajachi Chakrabarti and Atul Dev investigate.

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Atwood reimagines the folklore of Christmas Past
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What does Stone Mattress, Margaret Atwood's latest, have in common with her recently concluded MaddAddam trilogy? Allegories are important to Atwood's...

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Finding Fanny
Director: Homi Adajania
Starring: Naseeruddin Shah, Dimple Kapadia, Deepika Padukone

We've crossed into another state.What state?A bloody mental state! Bundled into a battered blue car, trying desperately to get through a road trip, a...

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Naked Disgust
13th Sep

It is a sign of contemporary values that more media coverage has been given to the "nude p...

Munish Dhiman

"I got so inclined to designing that it became an abiding passion for me which remains the warp and woof of my psyche."

Dolly Ahluwalia

Costume designer & actor

Acting might have added yet another National Award to her kitty (for assaying the role of Ayushmann ...

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Begum’s dreamy debut a labour of love
13th Sep

Bagh

Begum
Self-released

There's a little one room barsaati in Delhi's Hauz Khas Village that has become the epicentre of one of the country's mo...

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September 2014
Free & Easy Special Version

Japan Foundation, Lajpat Nagar, 6.30 p.m.

Morisaki Azuma’s film tells the story of Densuke, a happy-go-lucky, less-than-average employee of a construction company. He is such an expert in the art of fishing that he has, in secret, become a guru of sorts to the president of his company, with hilarious results.

"Sometimes we enter art to hide within it. It is where we can go to save ourselves, where a third-person voice protects us."

Michael Ondaatje

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