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‘The White Tiger’ Review: A Scathing Satire On The ‘Great Indian Dream’

I remember I was pursuing my engineering degree when Aravind Adiga came out with his debut novel, The White Tiger, which went on to...

‘Binnu Ka Sapna’ Review: A Disturbing Reminder Of What Has Kept Patriarchy Alive For So Long

How does patriarchy keep itself alive? By passing itself from one generation to another. It’s just as genetic as any physical trait that gets...

“Class of 83” Review: Meet The Dirty Harries Of Bombay

The Pulitzer prize-winning late American film critic Roger Ebert observes in his 1971 review of Don Siegel’s groundbreaking cop thriller Dirty Harry, “Eastwood (Inspector...

‘Khuda Haafiz’ Review: The Film Holds A Strong Appeal For Action Movie Enthusiasts

Set during the financial crisis of 2007–2008, Khuda Haafiz follows an Indian man Sameer Chaudhary, a young man who must rescue his kidnapped wife,...

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