The Chameleon

Geoffrey Brag was known among his friends to be an eccentric, obsessive man. I mean, whoever heard of a middle-class Englishman travel the length and breadth of India in Third-class train compartments, only to stage Shakespeare’s Plays? Brag had long discarded his family name and […]

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The Maverick: Ritwik Ghatak

In an age when film makers masquarade as reformers (read bullshitters), it is only apt that one remember the flag bearers of the REAL New Wave in Indian Cinema that had its inception in the early ’50s through the mid ’70s. A beacon of this New […]

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