Marked by identity politics
Suddenly cringepop is sensational
‘Chauthi Koot’ is a prescient and contemporary film
How Bollywood’s Punjabi inflection unifies India
Be prepared to shed your political correctness for this ode to the Patiala Peg and all things ‘Caneda’
The saga of India’s favourite dhaba began with a small tea shop in Chandigarh owned by a refugee. Simmering with the earthen taste of authentic Punjabi food, the little tea shop served homesick bachelors lunch and memories of home.
After sixteen years of work, Surjit Hans’ mission of translating all of Shakespeare into Punjabi is nigh an end.