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Sunny Leone, Arvind Kejriwal, Konkona: Stars in Toronto
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Sunny Leone, Arvind Kejriwal, Konkona: Stars in Toronto

Of all the Indian films screened in Toronto, three stood out for Aseem Chhabra -- A Death in the Gunj, Mostly Sunny and An Insignificant Man. "There are so many films from India this year," my friend La Francis Hui, a film curator at the Museum of Modern Art, said to me. We were seated for the North America premiere of a Nepali film White Sun playing at the Toronto International Film Festival. Hui was right. This year TIFF programmers were very generous by bringing quite a few films from India ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago

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Review: Island City is a compelling film about Mumbai

Island City should not be missed, raves Aseem Chhabra. Ruchika Oberoi's Island City is set in that massive, over-populated island city called Mumbai. The characters that reside in the three stories that make up the film are surrounded by the noise, the clutter and the crowds, whether they are in a mall, large work spaces, crowded trains or watching popular television soap operas. But they are deeply unhappy.  The sharply written film (the director is also the scriptwriter), with ...
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Man Who Leapt Over Bollywood

Shashi Kapoor: The Householder, The Star By Aseem Chhabra Rupa | Pages: 196 | Rs 395 Aseem Chhabra weaves his book around the many facets of his subject, Shashi Kapoor, whom most readers would have known only as a star. He was often ...
 Outlook India1 month ago
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Review: Chauthi Koot, one of the best movies of 2016

Lovers of good cinema should not miss this opportunity to watch one of the best Indian films of 2016, says Aseem Chhabra. Gurvinder Singh's second feature Chauthi Koot is a remarkable document about life in rural Punjab, before and after Operation Blue Star in June 1984, when the Indian Army attacked the Golden Temple in Amritsar to flush out terrorists. As a film, Chauthi Koot is a case study about how to make indies with non-actors. But the biggest actor that populates the film's narrative is ...
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In the words of the writer

Aseem Chhabra is a senior journalist who writes on a variety of topics like arts, entertainment, social and political issues. Chhabra's writings regularly feature in The New York Times , The Boston Globe, The Philadelphia Inquirer and The ...
 Sunday Guardian Live1 month ago

Emotions outpour as Amjad Sabri performs for one last time

The finale of Coke Studio season 9 will surely go down in history as the late Amjad Sabri performed for one last time. The qawwal legend, who was shot dead in Karachi in June, shared the stage with the living legend Rahat Fateh Ali Khan to ...
 The Express Tribune2 days ago

The villain is our conditioning: Leena Yadav

Director Leena Yadav tells ANUJ KUMAR that Parched is a story of hope At a time when female desire is finding a feeble voice in urban spaces, Leena Yadav is exploring its manifestation in rural India. After connecting with international audience, ...
 The Hindu3 days ago
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Review: Parched genuinely shines

'One week after the release of PINK, audiences in India will witness another strong feminist tale, this one set in rural India,' says Aseem Chhabra. Towards the beginning of Leena Yadav's Parched, two Rajasthani women -- Rani (Tannishtha Chatterjee) and Lajjo (Radhika Apte) -- are riding in a crowded bus. The windows are rolled down; the wind blows on their faces. Lajjo's dupatta falls off her head, but Rani covers it. 'This wind feels wild,' Lajjo says and then she adds, 'It's touching me ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago
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Umrika comes to India!

Umrika, which won the audience award in the World Cinema Dramatic Competition section at the Sundance Film Festival in 2015, finally releases in India. Aseem Chhabra spoke to its director Prashant Nair before he traveled to Sundance. Prashant Nair was trained as an electrical engineering at Purdue University and then worked in New York City in the Web agency world. He later started a social media company in Paris. Nair had long held the desire to make films and finally at 32 he quit his work ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago
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Will these movies win an Oscar?

Here's looking at some brilliant movies. The Toronto International Film Festival was very good for American movies, especially the indie kind. The Oscar competition is going to be strong and that's happy news for films and the audience. Aseem Chhabra picks his Top 10 movies at TIFF 2016.   La La Land There has been so much anticipation for this film. The buzz was building up through the summer, coupled with the early reviews from the Venice and Telluride film festivals. I can safely say ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago
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