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Suhani Singh

Suhani Singh

Senior associate editor, India Todaysuhani.singh@intoday.com
The writer is Senior Associate Editor, India Today.

By Suhani Singh

Chaitanya Tamhane's The Disciple heads to Venice International Film Festival

The Disciple took two years to research and write, with one year to prepare and shoot, and then another year on post-production.

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How Rajat Barmecha, teenage star of ‘Udaan’, came of age

His career may not have panned out as he’d dreamed but there’s no regret. Since the last five years, Rajat Barmecha says that there’s been a change in outlook.

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When Vidya Balan plays a human computer

The Vidya Balan-led biopic on the wondrous mathematician Shakuntala Devi will be Amazon Prime’s second Hindi release after Gulabo Sitabo.

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Why Bulbbul is a new women's fairy tale

While the story is set in pre-Independence era, the issues that Anvita Dutt raises, especially pertaining to a woman’s place in society and the hurdles she faces, feel pertinent.

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Axone: A feast for the senses from the Northeast

By following a day in the life of Northeastern characters in the capital, Kharkongor shows us the prejudices they face, the and the issues they grapple with on a daily basis.

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How Covid-19 has brought new rules in Indian filmmaking

The recent guidelines issued by the Producers Guild of India (PGI) indicate that post lockdown, filmmaking is going to be harder than ever before.

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Good girl meets bad boy in Netflix series 'She'

Until her late teens, acting was not even on Aaditi Pohankar’s radar. But with the Netflix series She, the actor appears to have found what she was looking for.

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Watch out for Hima Das, the star and the brand

In a nation starved of sporting icons beyond cricket, more so female ones, the attention directed towards Das is much-welcome news. It helps that Das is not averse to being in the limelight.

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Done ranting about Kabir Singh? Watch Noblemen, a movie which shows bullying, one of the earliest signs of toxic masculinity

Toxic masculinity can be seen in young boys in the form of bullying, and Noblemen’s gritty portrayal of child bullies is an eye-opener.

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The violence of faith: This documentary perfectly depicts the plight of victims of beef lynchings in India

‘My son should be rewarded with a job and money,’ says the father of a gau rakshak who lynched Rakbar Khan. The future of the minorities looks bleak.

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Prabhat Choudhary: Why he is the 'Prashant Kishor' of Bollywood

If Prashant Kishor is irreplaceable in Indian politics, Prabhat Choudhary is the MVP of Bollywood, here's why.

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'Photograph' Review: Ritesh Batra celebrates the journey over the destination in the Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Sanya Malhotra starrer

Rafi and Miloni's socio-economic backgrounds are far apart. Yet, the serendipity of it makes you want these two quiet, lonely souls to unite.

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'Rubaru Roshni': Aamir Khan is here with another film to make you cry. This time, the stories are real

In the documentary 'Rubaru Roshni', produced by Aamir Khan and Kiran Rao, filmmaker Svati Chakravarty Bhatkal reminds us of the value of forgiveness in the world.

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Netflix’s 'Soni': Ivan Ayr gives us the superheroine we all need

A story about two women cops, and how, while coming closer, they negotiate patriarchy in very different ways.

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How 'Queen of TV' Ankita Lokhande is making the move to the silver screen

Lokhande is back after a four-year sabbatical, this time on the big screen as Jhalkaribai in 'Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi'.

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The 10 movies to look forward to in 2019

From movies already wowing international film circuits to old favourites coming up with new projects, the year looks exciting.

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Films: Flashback 2018, future perfect 2019

The writers and directors of this year’s favourite Hindi films talk about their pick of the movies in 2018.

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'Zero' could have aimed for the stars in its quest for love and fitting in. But it finally falls flat

The character of a little man with a big heart is a fascinating cinematic theme. But here, the trope is lost.

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The designer behind Deepika's wedding sari who corrected Sabyasachi's 'error'

It was not customised for Deepika. But all designs under the edition are exclusive.

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In an age of IPL franchises, why Taapsee Pannu is investing in badminton

The Premier Badminton League will mark the debut of her team Pune 7 Aces.

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How Siddharth Roy Kapur is changing the face of Bollywood

The producer is using his repute and impressive track record to draw talented writers to develop scripts.

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How indie films shined at the MAMI Film Festival 2018

Bulbul Can Sing, a coming-of-age drama directed, edited, shot and co-produced by Assamese filmmaker Rima Das won the Golden Gateway prize for Best Indian Film at the festival.

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How things are getting 'ugly' for Phantom even after it has been dissolved

The latest legal development showcases acrimony that has seeped in among the four after Vikas Bahl was accused of sexual misconduct.

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Little Things: Love, reality and chill in the time of Netflix

The popular show will soon be coming to Netflix for its second season.

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With Andhadhun, Sriram Raghavan reaffirms his position as Bollywood’s master of the thriller

It is a niftily choreographed film, where each and every action has a consequence.

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Why Imran Khan could quit acting

The actor is turning his focus towards direction and will begin his behind-the-screen journey begins with the short film, Mission Mars: Keep Walking India.

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Romance, sex, and husband material: How Manmarziyaan explores the ‘grey shades’ of modern love

This is probably Anurag Kashyap’s most accessible film to date.

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How 'desi girl' Aarshi Banerjee is making waves in French cinema

The model-turned-actor plays a leading role in the French film, Maya.

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24 years in cinema: What keeps actor Manoj Bajpayee going

Bajpayee believes in the new directors of the industry, and is ready to experiment.

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AR Rahman is creating a new 'Harmony'

The artist will interview four musicians in a five-episode series in the Amazon Prime show Harmony.

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