'The directors of these movies to me are less like artists and more like red-pen remarkists, whose idea of a script is basically checking off the broadest of issues in the broadest possible ways: Sexism, Check. Misogyny, Check. Loving yourself, Check,' says Sreehari Nair. IMAGE: 'In Dil Dhadakne Do, everything is so orchestrated, it mimics the exact kind of virtuosity that distinguishes someone who 'likes' Facebook Posts.' At the movies -- more importantly, at the best movies -- it's ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
| Arjita Mishra In a discussion held at the second edition of the Crime Writers Festival, director Sudhir Mishra explained the reason behind the downfall of content-based films and his take on the commercialisation of films. Arjita Mishra ...New Delhi Pioneer, 3 weeks ago
The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. India, Jan. 18 -- In a discussion held at the second edition of the Crime Writers Festival, director Sudhir Mishra explained the reason behind the downfall of ...HT Syndication, 3 weeks ago
'Badlapur,' says Sreehari Nair, 'proves that sometimes there are more personal truths to be discovered in our trash cans than in our neatly arranged book-shelves.' IMAGE: Varun Dhawan in Badlapur. I strongly believe that there is an independent God for the movies, and for all my money he is a Child; curious, ever-learning, perhaps even pubescent. It's this Child-God that I am sure Sriram Raghavan fervently worships. For his is a filmography peppered with a very specific kind of beauty; a ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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