An Open Letter for closure- Varun Grover

  Revolutions are beautiful. They are cathartic, powerful, necessary, and like #metoo — inevitable. And revolutions, inevitably, have some collateral damage too. Last week has been a whirlwind of sorts in my life. Amidst the distress and confusion, I have discovered the kind solidarity of many strangers. I was at the receiving end of an anonymous allegation that I know and can prove to be false. In … Continue reading An Open Letter for closure- Varun Grover

Masaan: Beautiful and Authentic – Kenny Basumatary

This is less of a review and more of a freewheeling rave and rant. Masaan won two awards and a long standing ovation at Cannes. I was very happy because I personally know so many of the people involved in it, but familiarity with the filmmaker is a double edged sword, especially in situations where you watch their film and it’s shit and you need … Continue reading Masaan: Beautiful and Authentic – Kenny Basumatary