Indian Art & Culture – Latest Opinion on Indian Culture, modern art How should the budding romance between the protagonists be depicted on screen, when the script forbids them from directly doing so? Enter buskers and vicarious music to aid. A fitting tribute to the writer, director and actor P Balachandran, Ulladakkam explores his prowess as a script-writer of creating a psychological thriller that is realistic without being schlocky. Marvel's Iron Fist does a great job of setting up the tone and the world in which other MCU heroes are likely to make an entrance. India's first lady doctor, Dr Anandibai Joshi’s life and her husband’s motivation is an inspiring story that makes Sameer Vidwans’s biographical film, Anandi Gopal, a must-watch on her 156th birth anniversary today. Leonard Nimoy’s birth anniversary today is the perfect reason to watch the first of the Trek movies, Star Trek: The Motion Picture. Vulcan Salute and Live Long and Prosper. Lauren Schmidt Hissrich realistically recreates author Andrzej Sapkowski’s magic and monsters on screen. Be prepared to be bewitched by The Witcher. Aaron Sorkin’s masterpiece is a brilliant courtroom drama that is set in 1960s America and is a mirror of the world and the times we live in. Today marks a year since the WHO announced Covid-19 as a pandemic. Director Aashiq Abu had no idea that the world would very soon look like scenes from his film, Virus (2019). On International Women's Day, as you 'Choose to Challenge', watch Hidden Figures for the stories of three women mathematicians who chose to challenge gender and racial stereotypes. Titanic, the movie, keeps coming back from the icy depths of time.