In the months following the emergence of the first known cases of the Covid-19 virus across several countries, the most common and immediate response observed in people was denial. Despite its rising numbers, a vast majority dismissed the virus as similar to one that caused the common flu, attributed Covid-19 deaths to undisclosed diseases and…
The film Khamosh Pani (Silent Waters) portrays how the gender subjugation forms as the undercurrent for the political partition of India and Pakistan into two nations by the British.
The Court movie suggests why it is important to expedite justice delivery in India through the lead Narayan Kamble
Waltair Veerayya is a blasting mass entertainer that feasts Chiru fans after a long time. It is a full-length commercial film made with songs and fights keeping Chiranjeevi’s fans in mind.
Jana Gana Mana, Bheesma Puranam, Jaya Jaya Jaya Jaya Hey, Rorschach, Kumari are among films with originality of screenplay, distinctive making style, creative storytelling, powerful characterization, and so on.
The epilogue of Avatar 2 struggles to close the “main” mission and does not participate in the establishment of a precise story for Avatar 3, scheduled for 2024.
One of them being the strong social message!
A heteronormative, patriarchal society expects conformity and adherence to social norms, and films play a significant role in breaking social stereotypes. Films like ‘Qissa’ are boxed under the genre of parallel cinema and the mainstream audience finds such creative content rather confusing than interesting.
Even today, the oppressed, very particularly the Scheduled Castes including the minority Irulars are unable to procure land grants, are treated with inequality as if they are slaves by the dominant-intermediate caste, and are jailed on false charges.
A good mini-series is a thing of joy; a great one is a thing of beauty. Most of its kind set up a narrative and deliver a satisfying conclusion within the space of anything between two to a dozen episodes. This brevity presents the perfect middle world between movies and long-running television shows. It is…
Ram Ke Naam illustrates how the others are excluded from the public discourse, and they became a part of ‘counter public.’
Ishaan and Sakshi both are used as a prop in the story, and we never get to hear their side of the story. As an audience, you feel the plotline is forced upon you and is not at all subtle at all, with complex emotions and no context at all.