An Artist

Rustic Hindi in Ishaqzaade to Marathi/Tamil in Aiyya to Punjabi in Luv Shuv te Chicken Khurana to NRI Hindi in English Vinglish. Add to that the Folk in Winterbottom'sTrishna. And now Gujarati in Kai Po Che. Who says only actors choose the script. #AmitTrivedi

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Indian cinema is celebrating its 100 years.

Part 2: Cinema Unlimited Critics and film buffs across India term the past few years as the new Indian New Wave, a kind of resurgence of Indian cinema. A novelty that one probably never saw apart from the parallel cinema movement of the 50’s and 60’s, a few NFDC gimmicks dispersed throughout the last century... Continue Reading →

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