By Sumeet Naik
Every chapter unfolds innumerable possibilities that a human mind is capable to think of.
By Vijay Shanker
The book, which consists of 52 chapters, has Bollywood biggies from yesteryears as well as that of the contemporary ones.
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The scene is from the 2019 film ‘Uda Aida’ starring Tarsem Jassar and Neeru Bajwa in lead roles.
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Relationships of all kinds find a prominent place over romance in Hideaway
By Sumit Paul
Book: Words, Sounds, Images: A history of media and entertainment in India
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By Sandeep Singh
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By Prof. Shiv Sethi
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By Olav Albuquerque
He has done enormous work by visiting the madrasas or seminaries, expostulating their theology which is definitely in consonance with Isl...Read More
By Divya Nambiar
Funny at times and heartfelt, this will strike a chord with aspiring writers.
By R Srinivasan
In the ‘Formative Years’ section of the book where he dreamt of an acting career, the actor says he felt that physically he did not have ...Read More
So very true! Rani Singh’s An Officer and His Holiness depicts the same prophetic idea in the form of how the author’s uncle Har Mander S...Read More
In spite of education, the girls are brought up second (if not outright subservient) to boys.
Full of interesting snippets from all around India, the book is a personal and subjective compilation of the sacred spaces visited by the...Read More
By Anupama Chandra
My first tryst with dark humour was Kundan Shah’s iconic film Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro. I was too young to understand the subtleties of satire ...Read More
By Shikha Jain
Set around a young black babysitter, Emira Tucker, whose sole purpose is to find a real job amidst all the chaos and her well-intentioned...Read More
By Sandeep Hattangadi
Yashashri Masurkar, TV and film actor, tells SANDEEP HATTANGADI that she started with the classics in Hindi and Marathi
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