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Review: Rage turns into beauty in Kadvi Hawa
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Review: Rage turns into beauty in Kadvi Hawa

'Don't let anybody tell you that Kadvi Hawa is a manifesto for the fight against climate change or that it's an austere, unforgiving, movie.''This is an intensely felt, beautifully expressed, piece of cinema,' says Sreehari Nair. I jolted up in my seat when Ranvir Shorey, casually, and completely in character, uttered, what I think is the greatest line ever said at the movies: Jean Renoir's 'Everybody has their reasons.'   Shorey says it in Nila Madhab Panda's Kadvi Hawa, sitting atop a ... Rediff.com, 9 hours ago

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Report: Weinstein paid USD 1M to accuser after 2015 case died

Harvey Weinstein paid USD 1 million to silence an Italian model who accused him of groping her in 2015 after prosecutors decided not to charge him, and in the 1990s, his brother paid other accusers from his personal bank account, a magazine reported ...
 Business Standard2 days ago
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Rukh Review: The stories we don't tell

Rukh may be lit like a YouTube Short Film and may have its share of other technical problems, but there’s something disturbingly original about director Atanu Mukherjee’s vision, feels Sreehari Nair. If it was Joan Didion who said, 'We tell ourselves stories in order to live,' Atanu Mukherjee’s Rukh is about the stories we hide from one another in order to continue living. The protagonist of the movie, Dhruv (Adarsh Gourav), is a Boy-Hamlet who becomes obsessed with solving ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago
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Fine films, fabulous discoveries at MAMI

The movies that impressed, puzzled and stunned Sukanya Verma at MAMI this year. You know it's time for the annual Mumbai Film Festival when the city's cinephile population flocks to theatres in towns and suburbs, stands in long queues, survives on samosa, sets the alarm for 7 am to pre-register, memorises a complex schedule and dedicates seven days to eat, drink and breathe the best of world cinema and Indian filmmaking. A vibrant atmosphere of energy and enthusiasm envelops its 19th edition ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Who's eating jellyfish?

'JELLYVORES' There are not many 'jellyvores' in the world, or so scientists have long thought. Gelatinous sea animals, like the jellyfish (jellies), have traditionally been regarded as 'dead ends' in food webs. Because they are so low in calories, it was ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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In Photos: A look into Delhi's old age homes on International Day of Older Persons

Not everyone is lucky enough to make it to old age, yet old age is only kind to a lucky few. For others, illness as well as fading bodies and minds make it harder to cope with each passing day. As a result, the elderly need a lot of love and care from those ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
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Cricket's tryst with Mahatma Gandhi

Kausik Bandyopadhyay’s fascinating book, Mahatma On The Pitch, explores the relationship between the Father of the Nation and the Game that India Loves. On the occasion of Gandhiji’s birthday, Rediff.com presents an excerpt from the book that shows how Gandhi changed the face of cricket as it was played then. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com. With the onset of the Second World War, international cricket came to a standstill. India’s forthcoming international ventures ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Asian champion Sudha pulls out of 3000M steeplechase

Asian champion Sudha Singh was the favourite to win the 3000M steeplechase but she left plenty of questions unanswered as she pulled out before the last hurdle in the final on Wednesday. Sudha was in lead but she seemed to be struggling after the final water ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

No immediate plans to take up 'Sonar Kella' in Feluda web

Actor-director Parambrata Chatterjee, who essays the role of iconic sleuth 'Feluda' in a Feluda web series, says he has no immediate plans to turn 'Sonar Kella' and 'Joy Baba Felunath' by Satyajit Ray into a web series. "My hands will tremble to take up the ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

Tremors felt in Napoklu

People in several villages of Napoklu hobli felt tremors on Tuesday morning. Earthquakes of light intensity were experienced twice in the morning in Napoklu, Bettageri, Cheriyaparambu, Kallumotte, Kottamudi, Kolakeri, Bethu and Peruru between 7.35 am and 7.45 ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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