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Dilli Meri Jaan

‘bhaiya, ek coke aur ek camel light’.

On The Pursuit of a Room of One’s Own

“Woolf is right. Women need a room. Women need floors to kick, walls to beat, air to scream into or they will wind up dead.”

Walking

“Is the neck of my top too low, are my breasts moving a lot, is there a bike ready to knock me down, are the neighbours noticing me too much?"

83 and Lessons on Sporting Victories

Kabir Khan’s 83 showcases how a record of the past responds to the cultural context of the present.

Sir: Of Domestic Workers Who Risk Dreaming And Falling In Love

Rohena Gera’s ‘Sir’, while subverting the popular portrayal of domestic workers in Indian Cinema, is authentic to the core.

MANU JOSEPH’S ‘DECOUPLED’ REVIEWS THE CRITIC

Characters are revived in each episode and the central predicament of the separating couple lives on even as the story makes excursions into Indian political life.