Friday, April 12, 2024

Muhammed Noushad

Muhammed Noushad is a writer, editor, translator and documentary filmmaker based in Calicut.

Farhana: Shaping a Muslim woman in unprecedented settings

Enough reasons to watch. Gladly, Farhana is not a disappointment in terms of representation and aesthetics, to a large extent. At least it stays away from fooling around Muslim sexuality – often, stereotyping Muslim sexuality is a tool of otherisation. 

All That Breathes – A visual poem on Delhi’s kites and much more 

All That Breathes, a brilliantly researched and fabulously crafted movie, is a profound meditation on human-animal bonding, and the politics that shape it.
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Iran is a common foe for Israelis, Gulf monarchs; hence normalisation of ties: Prof. Bernard Haykel

Muhammed Noushad spoke to Prof. Bernard Haykel on pressing questions of the contemporary West Asian politics while the latter was touring India recently.

Over a haveli: Gulabo Sitabo and contemporary contestations

The octogenarian actor Farrukh Jaffer of Gulabi Sitabo, somehow reminds one of the nanis and dadis of Shaheen Bagh, as her remarkable character Fathima Beegum has got certain resemblances to those elderly women sat at the Delhi-Noida highway, to protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act.
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