Rinki Roy Bhattacharya pays tribute to her aunt Sonali Dasgupta, who eloped with filmmaker Roberto Rossellini in 1956, and then made a life in Europe. She deserves to be celebrated. Her name was taboo at home. Even as outsiders claimed to be her imaginary relatives in the media, no one dared protest. Yet, quite often I remember my mother irritably exploding: “You are just like Sonali. Not only do you look alike, you will bring us shame as did she.” My mother’s ominous ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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Before ghosts, there were gods. The mythological was the first distinctively Indian movie genre, fusing history and legend with a social message. Like the Biblical films of Hollywood, they were also an excuse to unleash some spectacular visual ...Hindu Business Line, 1 month ago
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