Odia filmmaker Sabyasachi Mohapatra is missing his protagonist as ‘Sala Budha Ra Badla’ wins a national award

Sala Budha Ra Badla won the national cinema award for best Odia film this year in Bhubaneswar. At the 67th National Film Awards ceremony in Delhi on Monday, Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu presented the award to internationally recognised Odia director-writer Sabyasachi Mohapatra and producer Kumar C Dev. Continue reading Odia filmmaker Sabyasachi Mohapatra is missing his protagonist as ‘Sala Budha Ra Badla’ wins a national award

Waiting for next season of your favourite series? Watch these seven shows, meanwhile

Whether you are waiting for the next season of your favourite show to be released or for a suggestion list of new shows to watch, look no more. Here is a list of 7 shows more or less of different genres which will keep you engage for the moment. Continue reading Waiting for next season of your favourite series? Watch these seven shows, meanwhile

Radhe Shyam marks Pooja and Prabhas’ first film together

Prabhas shared a brand new poster from the film, that features Pooja, dressed in a pristine white outfit as she smiles with all her heart. “Happy Birthday Prerana,” read the text on the poster. Sharing the picture, the film’s lead actor wrote: “Happy Birthday, Pooja Hedge.” Continue reading Radhe Shyam marks Pooja and Prabhas’ first film together

Roja: How Bollywood portrays the Valley through a rose-tainted lens

Cinema’s renewed interest in Kashmir was catalyzed by a product of a regional film industry, whose competition with Bollywood parallels political contestations between Northern and Southern India. Mani Ratnam’s successful penetration of the national market with Roja—a first for a Tamil film—points not only to his timely capture of an older territory of desire hitherto dominated by Bollywood. Continue reading Roja: How Bollywood portrays the Valley through a rose-tainted lens