Why Gore Vidal will remain at the centre of 20th century American literature and political thought
This book on the rebels of Hindi cinema, the women who crossed into a forbidden zone, probes their minds too sparsely.
A book on the painted posters and hoardings that lured Indian masses into cinema theatres reminds Kiran Nagarkar how essential they were to the spread of the gospel of Bollywood.
Reflections on the enigmatic ways of film juries and the Golden Bear winner at the Berlinale 60
One of India’s finest novelists on what he endured at the Berlin Film Festival.