There was undisguised triumph among a few people that “those people” had been shown their place, but most celebrated quietly.
The author lingers upon reminders of grief after watching 'Wakanda Forever'.
It is no surprise that a figure like Meera finds an eminent space in mass memory by being more legendary and less historical.
'In the dread of this cast-down, there is light passing through an ominous window of destiny and cultivating a sense of hope'.
D.H. Lawrence’s book is a seething commentary on class, exposing his fears for Britain’s future. But the film is a romantic period drama.
The Ayushmann Khurrana starrer doesn’t spare anyone, including – and especially – the Indian public and media’s confused, helpless, and toxic relationship with stardom.
Anvita Dutt tells the story of a triumph measured in gasps of loss. But the way it resolves its plot is unsatisfying.