These Our Bodies Posessed by Light

 – A Book Review First published in The Book Review – www.thebookreviewindia.org Author: Dharini Bhaskar Publisher: Hachette India Pages: 336, Hardcover, Price: Rs. 599 “…Look at the light through the windowpane. That means it’s noon, that meanswe’re...

Bombay Balchao – A Book Review

Author: Jane Borges Publisher: Tranquebar Pages: 224, Hardcover, Price: Rs. 499 First published in The Book Review – www.thebookreviewindia.org ‘Each time you prepare the balchao masala, think of the person you want to feed it to. If it’s someone you dislike,...

The Colonial Roots of Racism

Anushka Chatterjee In an increasingly violent world, with constant news of death and destruction, questions regarding how it is possible for one group of humans to inflict such violence and exploitation on another are often asked. These are certainly complex questions...

From Sci-Fi To Reality. Metropolis: film Review

Anuradha Mukherjee A pioneering experience in the world of cinema, the 1927 release ‘Metropolis’ bravely played with the concept of a dystopian era and exposed the world to a whole new dimension of science-fiction films. Written by Thea von Harbou and directed by...

Sing street: Film Review

Anuradha Mukherjee “You can never do anything by half; do you understand that?” young Raphina once said, speaking of art, and of life. While the plot reads like a typical teenage romance novel, Sing Street is a movie that progresses much beyond the popular genre of...