Minari: Unbounded ‘American dream’

Minari portraits the American dream of the Korean immigrant Yi family who moves from California to…

Nomadland: A hard hitting portrayal of the unseen side of America

Undoubtedly, Fern is the unforgettable center of Chloé Zhao’s masterful “Nomadland,” a movie that finds poetry…

The ethics of seeing: Watching Halal Love Story

The cinema tries to trace a specific time period of a Muslim everyday.

Over a haveli: Gulabo Sitabo and contemporary contestations

The octogenarian actor Farrukh Jaffer of Gulabi Sitabo, somehow reminds one of the nanis and dadis…

Axone : Marinating racism through slow cooking diversity

Nicholas Kharkongor’s Axone/ Akhuni is a classic take on discrimination against the North-eastern community. In the…

Bulbbul: A subversive retelling of a Gothic folklore

Bulbbul can be classified as a feminist fable that is prevalent in today’s times.

Recovering the ‘political’ from ‘aesthetic’: Watching ‘Nasir’

I think it’s important to remark the contradictions and slight manipulations on the structural anatomy of…