Sports celebrates the indomitability of human spirit, but by showcasing fragility, Bradley is questioning its absence. With Naomi Osaka, the director underlines the difference between genius and greatness, weakness and vulnerability
The teething problem of Ladies and Gentlemen is its failure to recognise the potential of its own format. Spread across eight episodes, almost 30 minutes each, the series plays out as three different films.
Tarikh review: Tarikh, starring Saswata Chatterjee and Raima Sen, which won the National Award for best screenplay in 2019, is a compelling portrait of urban relationships, using the threads of interpersonal misgivings and unrequited desires to craft an affecting tale of associations.
If Disciple feels more personal than most, it is because its preoccupations are more noble than what it appears. The question at the heart of this artistic expedition is not the need to achieve greatness but the reason for doing so
In a recent interview with indianexpress.com, Parambrata Chatterjee spoke on the film, Soumitra Chatterjee's presence and if that sanitised the storytelling. He also addressed the video where he along with other artistes from the Bengali film industry did together.
Athiya Shetty, who is quite a regular on the ramp, was seen in a printed embroidered bomber jacket paired with a bustier and skirt. She spoke to indianexpress.com about her relationship with fashion, what she has learnt from such times and the tips she gives her father Suniel Shetty
The documentarians refuse to peddle ambiguities that have long shrouded the discourse. Instead, much like their previous works, make their stand known even though this time they are pitted against judicial absolution.
Karishma Dev Dube’s discomfiting Bittu is a counter-narrative to the crowded layout of newspapers; the New York-based filmmaker pulls out a thread of story from the stack of statistics, providing faces to facts.