From the beginning of the human civilization, theatre, as an art form of expression, has been cultivated by philosophers, storytellers, symphony creators, writers and actors. Then there…… Read more “A Rumble for More Theatre Critics”
“What else gusts for the smallest plums of Monsoon? The wind is indifferent and has a clause for each unannounced stop. You are drained of the lackluster…… Read more “The Age of Cynicism in Love”
If I had to describe the evening with Credit Titles, I would say that it is an English tale without folklores or any opera music. – (The…… Read more “A Quick Review of a play: Credit Titles”
Remember, we used to be excited about the film trailers, posters, its music, songs and the release date. We used to check up on the news, ‘filmy’…… Read more “Hell or Heaven, Cinema Can be Alive and Driven!”
Oh, look at all you beautiful people! Give it up for all the beautiful people in the house! You all are lovely and beautiful audience! You probably…… Read more “The Unsaid Ugliness of True Romance”
My long awaited (nobody but me) Hindi short film “A Few Minutes of Condom” is released. With whatever the views it received, the film mostly gained positive… Read more "The Mere Misconception of ‘Condom’ and a Love Story"
Filmmaking, for me, is a tangible medium to narrate a story blended with the personal views and knowledge about the world and life. It’s been a difficult,…… Read more “Why I Compromise with the Technical While Filming”