Satyajit Rays Shatranj Ke Khilari is a sublime and moving lament for the passing of the Muslim aristocracy in India. As the British plot their moves and close in on Awadh in 1856, the ruler of the state continues his regular chess games. This disconnect ... Deccan chronicle, 2 months ago
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To Hindi cinema, with love and exasperated fondness Amjad Khan in Qurbani (1980). Photo courtesy: Subhash Chheda Also Read Updated: Sat, May 04 2013. 12 35 AM IST Nadia Hindi cinema's fearless alpha-woman. By the time Wadia Movietone, a production ...Livemint.com, 2 weeks ago
I wish we still had the beat of the tom-tom around. Beat of…? The little drum, Hobson-Jobson tells us … knows no rest…is content with depriving man of his… in… wilder ecstasies of maniacal fury accompanied with nasal incantations and ...Hindustan Times, 4 weeks ago No-beat-of-the-tom-tom Hindustan Times, 4 weeks ago
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