Movie review: Kaala

Aspiring to penetrate the squalor of slum life in Mumbai's Dharavi, Rajinikanth's Kaala ends up being the poor man's Slumdog Millionaire.

Movie Review: Veere Di Wedding

A joyride, a designer's delight and not quite the air-headed experience it proclaims to be, says Subhash K Jha
Evening Shadows.Indian Link

Coming out of the shadows

HARSHAD PANDHARIPANDE in conversation with gay activist and film director Sridhar Rangayan whose film Evening Shadows will premiere at Mardi Gras
Deepika.Indian Link

Being Padmavati

Deepika Padukone on her most talked-about film project yet, writes PREETI JABBAL

An entertaining and slick sequel

SUBHASH K JHA reviews 'Fukrey Returns'
Padmavati.Indian Link

What the Padmavati protests will do

Outrage over the period drama will dissuade filmmakers from touching sensitive subjects and dilute the authority of the censor board, writes AMULYA GANGULI

Not a disgrace: Short film to encourage acceptance of dementia

A series of films 'It’s Not a Disgrace, It’s Dementia' for the Hindi-speaking community in Australia designed to encourage acceptance of dementia as a medical condition - and not a normal part of ageing...

Rajkummar Rao-starrer ‘Newton’ is India’s official entry for Oscars 2018

‘Newton’ is set against the backdrop of elections in the world's largest democracy
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Judi and Ali rule the red carpet at Victoria and Abdul premiere

Lucknow lad Ali plays Abdul Karim in the Stephen Frears directorial, in which Dench is seen as Queen Victoria.

Justifying the male gaze and its violence

APARNA ANANTHUNI reviews Jacques Audiard’s award-winning Dheepan, which screened at the Human Rights Arts & Film Festival in Melbourne in May 2017