Shoma Chaudury's take on Aamir Khan and "Taare Zameen Par" on Tehelka. An excellent article which stands out for its sensitivity for the psyche of a film maker. It is less [...]
Since August 31st I am hearing these torture and cluster bombing figures about the Indian team in Chennai. India destroy Sri Lanka 20-0 India defeats Bangladesh 6 - 0 India finish [...]
Film makers often fear to touch the communists,(and most often it is for singing praises) - they fear to touch live issues too. Lal Jose does both. Cuba Mukundan, the central character played by Sreenivasan is, when you think about it, the "party" itself. With all that is right about it and many things that are outdated. Lal Jose shows the decay with deep sympathy, as a true artist and like the touching poem in the movie, finds light at the end of the tunnel.