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Review: Girls Hostel (SonyLIV)

  TVF's revisit of Girls Hostel makes for easy binge-watching. The show mostly works for its right balance of humour and drama, and it puts...

Review: College Romance season 2 (SonyLIV)

  College Romance Season 2 is pretty much be summed up by its title. It is set in a college, there's lots of romance and...

Review: Gullak season 2 (SonyLIV)

  Ordinary stories can be special, too. Gullak 2 endorses the idea with humour, conveying middle class India's quirks and foibles with uncomplicated zest. The...

Review: Sandwiched Forever (SonyLIV)

  Rohan Sippy's Sandwiched Forever brings back an era of sitcoms that you would think got buried somewhere beneath loud family melodrama and toxic reality...

Review: A Simple Murder (SonyLIV)

  A Simple Murder does become contrived at times, given the willing suspension of disbelief it demands as the episodes roll, with unfailing frequency. But...

Review: Scam 1992 – The Harshad Mehta Story (SonyLIV)

In Scam 1992: The Harshad Mehta Story, instead of letting his story unfold through the mind games of his protagonist, which would have made...

Review: JL 50 (SonyLIV)

A passenger plane crashes somewhere in the mountains of West Bengal and it turns out the flight, JL 50, is actually one that had...

Review: Ramsingh Charlie (SonyLIV)

The clown as a tragi-comic icon has been a favourite device of filmmakers to define the quirks of life. From the Raj Kapoor classic...

IND v ENG: A historic Test… for all the wrong reasons

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  The only bigger joke than the wicket prepared for the 3rd cricket Test between England and India at Ahmedabad’s Motera Stadium, was the renaming...

COVID vaccine: Multicultural messaging

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  Australia launched its COVID-19 vaccination campaign last week, beginning with frontline workers in hotel quarantine, health care and aged care. But one critical question is...

Raghav Handa: TWO’s company

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  As the narrative grows around us about the pathology of a deeply polarised contemporary world, one of the techniques suggested to bridge divides is...

WATCH: Hindi poem about women empowerment

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  Ever have those days where nothing is going your way? You feel demotivated and wonder, "what's the point?". The last couple of weeks in Australia...

South Asians talking about Mardi Gras

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Queer support group Trikone Australia’s Alan Maurice, Kunal Mirchandani and Ravin chat with Bageshri Savyasachi
  Pride week has already begun in Australia! Since Sydney's fabulous Mardi Gras parade is coming up this weekend, I had a chat with members...
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