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 A MONK WHO LOVES NATURE

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Singh is Singinng All The Way to The Bank!!

 

Don’t be fooled by the voices of protest from some of the elders of the Sikh community, warns Manohar Khushalani, if reactions of the younger audiences (even amongst the Sikhs) is anything to go by the Kids seem to love it.. Read More..

 


 

The Art of monologue -

Good Hands and Godspeed

 

The art of the monologue is probably as old as theatre itself and in drama it is an effective technique of addressing an audience directly, propounds Perminder Singh. In the two monologues  performed at the Attic, writer and director Neel Chaudhuri shows that he has mastered the technique of the casual monologue. Read More..

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India a Cultural Decline or Revival

Dr. Bharat Gupt


 


Pierrot’s Troupe Theater Festival

BEST OF PIERROT’S  – Aug 9 - 31, New Delhi

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Focus on Women - a trend in International Cinema

 

Jai Chandiram feels that the 10th Osian  Festival  had strong features on the ‘Woman.” To name a few ; Gulabi Talkies, Ramchand Pakistani , Whatever Lola wants, Lady Chatterley, Blind Mountain, Western Trunk Line,  Hidden Faces . Sister Stella ,  My Blueberry Nights, Three Monkeys, Flight of the Red Balloon and many others  Read More...

Blind Mountain

 

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Will the Indian Classical music survive?

"I belong to the generation that saw “arrival” of western music in India. And how it took the youth by storm. The Beatles band was formed in Liverpool way back in 1957-60; they attained fame in England in early 60s; and Beatlemania had crossed Atlantic by mid sixties." Chetan Pandit takes you down the memory lane Read More...

 

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Manohar Khushalani

 

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Keval Arora

Bhushan B. Nagpal

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Divya Raina

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Naveen Gupta

Jai Chandiram

Sharon Moist

Preminder Singh

The Price of Success

As your career grows and you become more and more successful, you may discover that your circle of friends grows smaller and smaller, because true friends are few and far between, warns Sharon Moist. However, you WILL make new friends along the way; . Read More...

Hindi Cinema meets Hitchcock”

NYU film  Prof Richard Allen  conducts a  workshop at the Habitat Centre  

 

The film club of the IHC seems to be taking the lead in organizing screenings and workshops on the films of Alfred Hitchcock reports Divya Raina...  Read More...


COMING IN THE NEXT ISSUE

 

After 61 years of Indian Independence, is a Cultural Resurgence a hope / a possibility or just a PIPE DREAM?

 

Some of the country's  renowned cultural theoreticians respond: Read papers by Dr. Bharat Gupt, Sharon Lowen, Dr. Vijay Sharma, Anisha Mukherji, Preminder Singh,  BB Nagpal, Prateeksha Sharma and our regular Columnists

 

James Stewart in 'Vertigo'

 Hitchcock  Cliff Hanger 'Vertigo'


 

 

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Dr. Reshma

Dr. Ravi Bhatia

Savita Singh

Sukrita Paul Kumar

Rachna Seth

Chetan Pandit

Iffat Fatima

Shikha Jhingan

Paromita Vohra

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Soulfree

 

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Manish Vidhani

Shruti Gurudanti

Tarini Sridharan

Asha Bisht

 

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Gajendra Ahire’s Film GULMOHAR as a metaphor

 

FICT Mass Com Student, Asha Bisht, belives that this movie is inspirational for her and in her opinion it delivers a message of strength of an independent woman who survives the harshness of society and gets the respect she deserves.

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