I type this as I watch Sadma, one of the finest films in India’s rich cinematic tapestry, featuring one of… Read more Learning to love again…
Sridevi’s death a few weeks ago shocked me, and I grieved and mourned as if I lost a dear family… Read more A goddess who walked amongst us
While most international movies on India tend to romanticise its poverty, it takes a few homegrown directors to capture the… Read more The Jewel that is India
So I travelled a lot more than I had planned for this year. And with that came hours of me… Read more Does Size Matter? Inflight entertainment vs 70 mm?
So I watched three movies at the Dubai International Film Festival last month, last year. The current awards buzz kind… Read more DIFF roundup
‘Visceral’ is one word I don’t use quite often in my daily vocabulary but that’s the only one applicable to… Read more Visceral
I know I talk a lot about ageism. How many romantic comedies have a happily ever after when depicting an… Read more Never Too Old for Love
“I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter… Read more End of Days?
If you have watched Stranger Things, Atomic Blonde, American Made or all of Netflix’s Narcos and you haven’t noticed the… Read more Resurrection
I am super excited about Baby Driver. Not only is it making me feel great about my iPod Classic and… Read more Tides of Success