The show has two important messages — that cure lies in human connections, and that there is no shortcut for it.
Reinforcing that mobs are blinded by witchcraft, and by marginalising tribals further, one is giving the irresponsible law and order authorities the long rope.
Fans can act as a crucial subculture to keep the artist on his/her toes.
It is a patronising, Hindutva-heavy fantasia, a series of images that add up to mainland India’s fantasy of the river.
As time moves forth, the players are seen sharpening their guile, deceit and hammer-wielding powers.
BBC journalist’s film should alert tourists (inside and outside Assam) to move on from the 'exotic-endangered' animal fetish.
Because it’s not enough to just sexualise humans, one must extend the courtesy to currency as well.
Vetri Maaran's film tells us it is high time we challenge how institutionalised violence is kept under cover.