Mamun M. Adil
Although an interesting read, Rekha’s new biography lacks insight and depth
Maithili Rao’s biography of Smita Patil is made all the more interesting with input from filmmakers and actors who
Deepa Gahlot attempts to revive interest in films long lost from the tradition of Indian cinema
Looking back at the life of novelist Lois Duncan and her books that remain popular today, decades after they first came
Many of Enid Blyton’s much-loved works have been given subtle new touches, impacting the original style
The rise and fall of Rajesh Khanna as told by Yasser Usman
Staged at NAPA's International Theatre Festival, the play couldn't meet the high bar set by the original movie
Asad Memon, Managing Director at Creative Chaos, believes in having ‘a work-life balance.’
FOR many Hindi film buffs, the 1950s and 1960s are considered the golden age of Hindi cinema; a time when some of ...
Six reasons to watch a typical Hindi rom-com classic
The film remains one of Bollywood’s most compelling commercial dramas focused on marital infidelity.
Mamun M. Adil meets Ali Rashid Khan, Senior Brand Manager, Engro Foods.
A travel back in time to the Karachi of the late 1800s and early 1900s shows what made it 'The Glory of the East'.
'Safar' continues to be one of Rajesh Khanna’s – and Sharmila Tagore’s – most memorable films.
WHILE a lot has been written about Amitabh Bachchan, there is a dearth of material on the man whose throne he...
WHEN we last met Butterfly in Moni Mohsin’s Tender Hooks, her main preoccupation with life was finding a girl for...
ON April 9, Archie Comics revealed that Archie Andrews was going to die. As it turned out, thankfully, he wasn’t...
Sahib Bibi aur Ghulam remains one of Hindi cinema’s most enduring classics
We could relate to the awkward bumbling teenager because, like us, he too was far from perfect.
Although this is an interesting analysis of the development of villains in Indian films ...