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About 6 results for "hazaaron khwaishein aisi"

Sudhir Mishra's forgotten gem, the film that sparked Satya

In the history of Indian film, Mumbai noir is a relatively new genre, only gaining currency over the last two decades.Think Parinda (1989), Company (2002), Maqbool (2003), Johnny Gaddaar (2007), Talaash (2012), and the most definitive film of the ... GQ, 4 weeks ago

Censorship meaningless in internet era: Sudhir Mishra

Bhopal: "Censorship on films is futile in India. There are several other media these days which provide inappropriate content to youngsters for free," said Bollywood director Sudhir Mishra, who is known for directing critically acclaimed films like ...
 Times of India1 month ago Censorship on films meaningless in internet era: Director Sudhir Mishra  Times of India1 month ago
The Hindu

Smoking the peace pipe

The Hindu examines Indian cinema's rarely progressive, mostly uneasy, relationship with cannabis. In a scene in Kapoor & Sons , Dadu (Rishi Kapoor) chances upon what looks like a rolled cigarette. The mischief in his eyes, however, suggests ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

10 Critically Acclaimed Hindi Films You Can Watch For Free

(Note: If you haven't seen the first part of the story, please click the link here ) With YouTube preparing to battle the likes of Netflix and other VoD offerings in India, it has become amply clear that some of the best content on the ...
 MensXP.com1 month ago
Rediff.com

'One should never stop rebelling in the head'

'Leftist ideas are alive in women's emancipation, in copyright, five-day week and eight-hour workdays; that's the idea of the Left, empowerment of people.' 'Galileos should be free in universities -- psychoanalysis, equality, gender -- they should be able to choose.' 'Senior political leaders from all political parties should be invited (to JNU) as guest lecturers to share ideas.' Image: Protests have spread across campuses after the arrest of JNU's students who were accused of sedition.
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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