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I just question the status quo, says actress Parvathy
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I just question the status quo, says actress Parvathy

New Delhi:In her Bollywood debut "Qarib Qarib Singlle", actress Parvathy portrayed an everyday girl most contemporary Indian women would relate to. She feels Indian cinema needs more representation of such reality to make it "relatable for everyone". "There ... Mathrubhumi, 3 weeks ago
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'We have forgotten to be normal'

Shoojit Sircar takes Rediff.com's Ronjita Kulkarni behind the sets of October, and right inside his beautiful mind. IMAGE: Director Shoojit Sircar flanked by Varun Dhawan, left, and Producer Ronnie Lahiri."Ronnie believes in the kind of films I do," says Shoojit. Photograph: Kind courtesy Shoojit Sircar/Instagram One of the most moving moments in Shoojit Sircar's October is when its lady protagonist opens her eyes for the first time. Shiuli, played by Banita Sandhu, has been in a coma for a ...
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Ajmer-based Ashok Hazra captures the infinite shades of Krishna

Artist Ashok Hazra, a man from a small city Ajmer is all set to showcase his talent and love for Krishna through a solo show of painting titled as "Krishna - The Enigma" at Gallerie Ganesha in Delhi from March 23 and will continue at Gallerie Ganesha here ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

A Flag of Friendship

City: New Delhi The 8th International Theatre Olympics talks of mastering motivation for young theatre lovers An array of vibrant colours greets the eye as India hosts the 8th International Theatre Olympics across 17 cities with over 350 performances.
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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What it's like to be Picasso's grandson

'As a child I was very glad to be around him, to breathe his happiness.''I was aware that he would focus 100 per cent on whatever he was doing, whether it was playing with me, or going to the bullfights, or painting -- which he seemed to do non-stop,' Pablo's grandson tells Kishore Singh.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com I'm having a hissy fit. The Qube does not have a record of my reservation, nor of my request for a quiet table overlooking the Leela Palace's gardens in spring bloom.
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Ranjit Hoskote: Between the Sea and the Shore

OVER A FEW months in 2014, on various visits to his mother’s room at Hinduja Hospital on Mumbai’s western shore, Ranjit Hoskote felt himself awash with the feeling of “a peculiar betweenness”. He says, “I could see on the one hand my school across ...
 Open Magazine1 month ago
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The fabric of resistance: Dalit women's deaths and lives

In Karnataka, a young Dalit woman accused by Hindu rightwing goons of being seen with Muslims and humiliated in front of (and possibly also by) her family commits suicide and another woman in Sringeri threatens to. In Orissa, a minor girl raped by men in ...
 Sify2 months ago
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