From haunting cityscapes of India’s lockdown to the curious way in which Gandhism manifests in the modern world, Virtual Bharat is an entertaining celebration of a multi-faceted India. We look at the 10 short films in the series, and speak to Bharatbala, the creator of Virtual Bharat.
From Vanraj in Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam and Paro’s husband in Dev.D, to THE ‘Roy’ in Vinnaithaandi Varuvaaya and Jaanu’s husband in 96, here’s an introduction to a set of male characters who form the third wheel in their partner’s iconic love stories.
The much-loved Manikandan film, about two boys and their yearning to taste pizza, was a festival favourite and a commercial success. But it didn’t open the doors of stardom like Aishwarya Rajesh imagined it would.
Synopsis: Set in the backdrop of the ongoing communal tension in the country, instigated by rival political factions, MEAL is an eleven-minute dialogue-less story about one particular household and yet…
This is not a list that will shatter the stereotype of what a “Bollywood” film is. It is a list of films from the past 20 years, meant to breathe life into it- long films, class conflicts, colour and rage, dance-offs on stage.
Sivaji Ganesan as the Big B, Suriya as SRK and GVM replacing Farhan Akhtar for the Dil Chahta Hai remake. As blasphemous as this may sound, here’s a back-of-the-school bus conversation we’ve all indulged in at some point in time.