Cinema is considered one of the most influential mediums to communicate with global audiences irrespective of diversities. It is clear that along with being a medium for entertainment, cinema is also a tool to propagate or communicate various elements of the socio, political and cultural realms of Indian society. In this case, Tamil cinema, popularly…
Bihar & Bihari Culture: Consistent Crush of the Silver Screen/Box Office Crowd Puller Even before the rise of over the top (OTT) platforms based web series, the state of Bihar and its political and socio-cultural landscapes has gathered topmost attention of the silver screen/ Bollywood. The charm of Bihar attracted filmmakers to plot classic super…
The Harvard Men’s League for Women was formed in the spring of 1910 by John Reed and Max Eastman. In the fall of 1911, the League decided to invite the British militant Emmeline Pankhurst to give a lecture. The Harvard Corporation banned her from speaking on campus. The news made headlines all over the United States.
Laughing and crying with those same six people, again and again. Watching them create stories and bonds – something resonated with all of us that we couldn’t get out of it. These unknown people are so different from us…still we were able to connect to them, and relate to them based on a simple relationship…
For those macho men who do their share of things around the house you may continue to do so. But for those who don’t, TGIK is sure to give you a prick of guilt and help see your women in a new light !
Normal People takes a jibe at the core problem that exists in a millennial relationship i.e. communication or mostly the lack of it. Connell and Marianne constantly find themselves thrown to the bank after riding the wave of miscommunication.
What have we done with the freedom earned with blood and tears of brave men and women? Is this the country for which our brave hearts gave their everything?
Andhaghaaram (2020) directed by V Vignarajan, keeps the audience at the tip of their chairs and makes them hook up as the movie presents visual pleasantry and offers a chance to pick their brains.
The plotline of Chhichhore has glorified a brand of toxic masculinity that is killing atypical boys, simply for being who they are.
Can the science this mortal being has developed help us beat or save the God that created us? And if it does, does that not make us God ourselves?
The “sitare” in the film are the far-off (un)fulfilled dreams and desires that the characters embark on voyaging through.
Vidya Balan creates a character who makes you smile as soon as you see her; I would have happily watched a whole movie just of Vidya playing Shakuntala joyfully talking math