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Rahul Bose, Poorna, Delhi, cultures, languages, summit of Everest, Bollywood, cinema, real-life stories, Mr. and Mrs. Iyer, Jhankaar Beats, Chameli, Pyaar Ke Side Effects, Shaurya, Midnight’s Children, Vishwaroopam, Bengali films

Rahul Bose on Cinema & Reality

Movies By PREETI SINGH

Actor, director and producer Rahul Bose, who was recently in Delhi to promote his new film Poorna, speaks to Preeti Singh about making films that connect with audiences across cultures and languages, and about the importance of presenting real-life stories through cinema.

15 April, 2017
Horror classics, The Woman in Black, psychological horrors, The Exorcist, The Shining, The Thing, The Poltergeist

Get your creep on: Horror classics that retain their power to haunt

Movies By Keith Armando Gomes

You’re on your couch, half-expecting something to go bad, the person beside you feels the same way, and suddenly there’s a knock on the door — by far the most ordinary thing that occurs on a daily basis.

8 April, 2017
Ashley Lobo, choreographer, Shah Rukh Khan, Anushka Sharma, Navdhara Dance Theatre, West Side Story, artistic contemporary

‘Reality TV has popularised contemporary dance in India’

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Choreographer Ashley Lobo, who has worked with some of the best production houses in Bollywood, speaks to Preeti Singh about how contemporary Indian dance is going global.

1 April, 2017
Aamir Rafiq Peerzada, The Unwanted, documentary, Leprosy, World Health Organisation, Leprosy Mission Trust India, Indian Divorce Act of 1869, Jayashree P. Kunju

Documentary on leprosy looks at ways to eradicate the disease

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In order to break down the stigma attached with leprosy and to spread awareness of it, NDTV Prime recently screened a documentary on the subject in Delhi. The film titled The Unwanted is directed by Aamir Rafiq Peerzada.

25 March, 2017
Vicky Kaushal, Bollywood actor, Masaan, Raman Raghav 2.0, director Anurag Kashyap,  Aanand L Rai , actor, film, bollywood

Kaushal on how actors aren’t just about looks

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Actor Vicky Kaushal who impressed the audiences with his remarkable performance in Masaan in 2015 is now among the most sucessful actors in Bollywood. Giving up his good-boy image, Kaushal embraced the strange and messed up character of a cop in Raman Raghav 2.0. Known for his versatility now, Kaushal is going to come up in two big commercial films this year.

25 March, 2017
Manoj Bajpayee, Indian cinema, Satya, Aligarh, Indian film industry, actor, parallel cinema, commercial cinema, Naam Shabana

Manoj Bajpayee: A character sketch

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An actor who seems as much at ease with mainstream cinema as with parallel films, Manoj Bajpayee speaks to Preeti Singh about his preference for good scripts over celebrity directors, and about his penchant for accepting challenging roles.

25 March, 2017
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