Playing Subhash Chandra Bose Today: An interview with Kenny Basumatary

Q1. You are playing Netaji in Raag Desh. How did you prepare for the part other than listening to Mr Dhulia? I didn’t really have to listen to Mr Dhulia except during the last few moments before the shot and sometimes after the first take. After he cast me, I started my homework by reading His Majesty’s Opponent by Sugata Bose, and listening to and … Continue reading Playing Subhash Chandra Bose Today: An interview with Kenny Basumatary

Hindu Nationalist’s Historical Links to Nazism and Fascism – Palash Ghosh

The BJP has a very interesting history — officially formed in 1980, its history can be traced much further back to the pre-1947 era when Hindu nationalists not only demanded an independent India, but one completely dominated by Hindus. Congress frequently finds itself at odds with India’s second political party, the Bharatiya Janata Party, the home of right-wing, conservative Indian nationalists. Roughly speaking, Congress may be … Continue reading Hindu Nationalist’s Historical Links to Nazism and Fascism – Palash Ghosh