Posts by Deepanjana:

Pink review: Amitabh Bachchan’s a feminist in one of 2016’s best films

September 18, 2016   in Criticles |3 comments

Yes, there’s a fair bit of mansplaining, but we’ll forgive it (sort of)

#ChaloUna: ‘This is no Dandi March’

August 15, 2016   in Articles |12 comments

Protesters and journalists were attacked as the march reached its destination in Gujarat

Irom Sharmila: shunned by Manipur, but still undaunted

August 11, 2016   in Washboard |10 comments

Freedom for the Iron Lady of Manipur is bittersweet

Can Rahul Gandhi prove Godse is ‘RSS people’?

July 20, 2016   in Articles |11 comments

Today, it's hard to prove RSS was responsible for Mahatma Gandhi's assassination. Ironically, that was taken as a given in 1948

Sultan shows why Salman Khan is a star

July 6, 2016   in Criticles |2 comments

It’s an average film with a simplistic plot, but Khan in a langot keeps it together

When Times Now turned into DD News

June 28, 2016   in Criticles |21 comments

The love fest we saw yesterday between Arnab Goswami and Narendra Modi is not good news for press freedom

Nawazuddin Siddiqui is the only reason to watch Raman Raghav 2.0

June 26, 2016   in NL Reviews |2 comments

Anurag Kashyap's new film is better than Bombay Velvet. Unfortunately, there's about as much tension in this thriller as there is in overcooked Maggi.

Udta Punjab’s final act of resistance

June 17, 2016   in Criticles |3 comments

When a film is targeted by the CBFC and leaked online, what’s a reviewer’s responsibility?

Be grateful: only 13 cuts and ‘A’ rating for Udta Punjab

June 9, 2016   in Criticles |7 comments

Adults in India should not be exposed to cuss words and public peeing, or so thinks the CBFC.

Rejoice! IT Ministry has guidelines for matrimonial websites

June 3, 2016   in Criticles |6 comments

The government knows what good Indian marriages are made of — an Aadhaar card.

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