Suparn Verma may have issues with The Expendables 3 but the joy of watching these heroes together INooz, 1 day ago
Excelsior Correspondent JAMMU, June 24: Indian Institute of Public Administration (IIPA), J&K Regional Branch in collaboration with School of Business, Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University organized one day training programme on Leadership: Carving ...Daily Excelsior.com, 1 month ago
An alumnus of Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC), Satttvik Mishra started working for Webchutney, a digital ad agency as a copy trainee at the age of 22. Three years later, he was their youngest creative director. Trusting his gut, ...Tehelka, 2 months ago
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In the documentary The World Before Her, a young girl has to submit to the will of her father for a most gut-wrenching reason: 'He let me live… I am a girl… but he let me live.' Is that reason enough, asks Suparn Verma. The world has always been divided into two. A world of men and a world for women. As human society was formed, man with his brute force took charge of manual labour like hunting, chopping wood and creating shelter, while the woman raised the family, sustained ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
A hard, unrelenting film that doesn’t give in to over-sentimentality, Citylights is like the city of Mumbai -- it beats you down and when you are broken, takes you in its arms and loves you. Suparn Verma, who has directed films like Aatma, Acid Factory and Ek Khiladi Ek Haseena, raves about the film. ‘Poverty is a disease,’ says a character in Hansal Mehta’s latest film Citylights. Poverty is like working in a coal mine, you can clean yourself as much as you want but it ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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