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Not insanely great

Aseem Chhabra explains why even Danny Boyle and Michael Fassbender together could not make Steve Jobs work his September Danny Boyle came to the Telluride Film Festival to unveil his new project Steve Jobs, a biopic (albeit with many creative ... The Hindu, 1 month ago
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Special movie moments, 2015

Aseem Chhabra's take on the highlights of Indian cinema this year. With the close of the year, critics and film writers come up with their top favourite lists. But even in those remarkable films there is often one element that stands out. So here is my take on the highlights of Indian cinema in 2015 -- exploring some remarkable performances, trends, charming moments and other creative segments of the films. The following list with 11 films is in alphabetical order. There is no countdown here of ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago The Top 10 FLOPS of 2015  Rediff.com1 month ago

19 'exotic' cliches in the new Coldplay video that show how the west perceives India

Coldplay's latest video for their new song 'Hymn For The Weekend' has drawn a lot of flak for using every cliche in the book possible while depicting India. The video, which was shot last year around September in Mumbai, features Beyonce and our ...
 IBNLive1 week ago
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Why the battle against Section 377 must continue!

'No country has moved from bigotry to equality fast, and India, with its leisurely, elephant-like pace for the most non-controversial of things, will only take longer,' says Vikram Johri. IMAGE: A scene from the 2014 Gay and Lesbian Parade in Delhi. Photograph: Aseem Chhabra One of the less salubrious consequences of Section 377 has emerged with the story of one Amogha Shanabhag, an Indian-origin resident of Germany who has become the victim of lies and deceit perpetrated by a man whom he ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Not such a shining star

As Asif Kapadia's 'Amy' gets set to stake a claim at the Oscars, a series of documentaries on troubled lives of stars catches the audience's eye On Sunday, February 28, the Oscar ceremony in Los Angeles may see a first: a filmmaker of Indian ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
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'Soumitra Chatterjee is bigger than a Ray actor'

One of India's greatest actors -- someone who acted in 14 Satyajit Ray films -- doesn't get good movie roles anymore. IMAGE: Soumitra Chatterjee and Madhabi Mukherjee in Satyajit Ray's classic Charulata.   There is a story Soumitra Chatterjee likes to tell. In the mid-1950s he heard that Satyajit Ray was casting the Apu character for the sequel to Pather Panchali. Chatterjee went to the director's home, but the moment Ray saw him, he said 'Oh, you are too grown up for the college-going ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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'Where's your turban?'

Just when everything seemed picture perfect for brown faces on American television, Showtime reverts to form with its new series Billions. Aseem Chhabra points out how popular media still hasn't gained enough distance from accents and towel-turban fixations. IMAGE: Preet Bharara, the US Attorney for the Southern District of New York, and actor Paul Giamatti at the series premiere of Billions at The New York Museum Of Modern Art, January 7. Billions will debut on the AXN channel in India this ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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The Remarkable Sunny Leone!

'Her greatest strength is not her acting or her dancing abilities, but that she has an incredible number of fans.' Dilip Mehta, director of the documentary Mostly Sunny Partly Cloudy, on Sunny Leone, speaks exclusively to Aseem Chhabra for Rediff.com IMAGE: 'What floored and continues to floor me is her openness,' says Dilip Mehta. All photographs: Kind courtesy: Dilip Mehta.   She was born Karanjit Kaur Vohra to a Sikh family in Ontario, Canada. At the age of 13 her family moved to ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Lot in store for book lovers this year

Zafri Mudasser Nofil New Delhi, Jan 17 (PTI) A debut book by Pope Francis, memoirs by Ruskin Bond, Pranab Mukherjee, Subhash Chandra and Rishi Kapoor, biographies of Bhimsen Joshi, Shashi Kapoor and Sania Mirza and novels by Jhumpa Lahiri, Aravind ...
 Press Trust of India3 weeks ago
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Veteran Indian-American Journalist Arthur Pais Passes Away

By Suman Guha Mozumder Veteran New York-based editor Arthur J. Pais, for whom journalism was more of a passion than a profession, passed away in New Jersey Jan. 8 after a brief illness. Pais was 66, and is survived by his wife Betty Pais. ...
 News India Times3 weeks ago I have never met anyone like Arthur Pais  Rediff.com4 weeks ago Arthur J Pais of Rediff.com Passes Away  New America Media1 month ago Rediff.com's Arthur J Pais passes away  Rediff.com1 month ago
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