She talks about corporate and political takeover of the media, why a story is killed and how journalists need to recognize their privilege.
“Remember how she had once danced to ‘hua chhokra jawaan re’?”, I overheard a young man tell his friend at JNU’s Ganga Dhaba
YKA catches hold of the State President of BJP in Delhi to tell us more of the BJP's plans for the impending Delhi elections.
Our personal freedom needs protection like never before.
It puts you in this warm and cosy place as you watch a little curious boy grow up into an intelligent teenager
Three movies more about the magical world! *Woot woot*
Because being an alcoholic is now to be celebrated? The Honey Singh song that I shall not be dancing to.
Christopher Nolan has very intelligently played with the plot by introducing an angle of poetic emotion in a scientific premise.
Here is a list of ten great films you should definitely check out before 2015 rolls in!
Most of the international organizations have been accused of taking either a pro-Israeli, or a pro-Palestinian stance.
How A Story Of 4 DU Students Searching For A Mythical Form Of Hash, Explores Rebellion In Unique Ways
Young people have started to recognize that any and every form of oppression has to be rooted out
This is a painfully beautiful movie shot at wonderful locations that exude the pain and gloom that compliments the narrative.
In most of the cases, the actors are approached for the movie and then they are asked to choose the actress they want to work with.
As we enter yet another Oscar race, will Liarâ€™s Dice be Indiaâ€™s crowning glory next year?
He shot arrows at the whole Madison Square extravaganza and also took to demanding that more celebrities and head of states come in the country with Hollywood stars.
How Deepika Padukone”s Letter Is A Revelation That We Need To Change Our Backward And Sexist Mindset
â€œUnderstand that this is a ROLE and not REALâ€ says Deepika in her letter.
There is a real dearth of good journalism which delivers facts and opinions to people, and not sexism and patriarchal nonsense.
The Chinese government hasn't let up the dictatorial instincts, but miraculously enough, neither have the intellectuals fighting against it.