And so it is over. A passionately fought election where people openly took sides, debated and campaigned. Read Suparn Verma's column for Rediff.Follow latest updates on Twitter: @RediffElections Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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, 1 month 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, 1 month ago
There are no big stars, foreign locales, or expensive sets. Upcoming film , say makers, is a realistic tale of friendship between youngsters. Directed by Aman Sachdeva, it follows the protagonist, Siddharth Gupta, who does odd jobs on Bhojpuri film ...Times of India, 2 months ago
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