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Sneh Rupra
University College London (University of London)

Hi, I'm Sneh (think "snake" without the "k"- I'm not snakey though).

I'm a UCL Classics grad working in film PR, and fancy myself a bit of a film critic. I'll leave it up to you to decide whether I'm a good one.

*TNS Film Editor*

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They might be Oscar nominated, but that doesn't mean they've always been on that level.

Oscars Countdown: Even Oscar nominated actors have some pretty questionable roles!

They might be Oscar nominated, but that doesn't mean they've always been on that level.

R.I.P. to Bollywood's most iconic leading lady.

In memory of Bollywood boundary breaker Sridevi

R.I.P. to Bollywood's most iconic leading lady.

I always think “Why am I an actor? I don’t know how to do it.”

Allison Janney talks her BAFTA-winning role in 'I, Tonya', and how every role feels like her first

I always think “Why am I an actor? I don’t know how to do it.”

The creators behind the triple Oscar nominated 'I, Tonya' discuss their creative process, and how it felt making a film about real people.

The Writer and Director of 'I, Tonya' discuss perspective, relative truth, and responsibility to their subject

The creators behind the triple Oscar nominated 'I, Tonya' discuss their creative process, and how it felt making a film about real people.

Here are 2018's BAFTA winners!

2018 BAFTA Winners

Here are 2018's BAFTA winners!

Catch me sleeping through Avengers: Infinity War (2019) - Thanos could never compare.

Black Panther's Killmonger is the Perfect Antagonist

Catch me sleeping through Avengers: Infinity War (2019) - Thanos could never compare.

Is it just me who pronounces JGL in my head like jiggle?

10 times JGL affirmed his icon status

Is it just me who pronounces JGL in my head like jiggle?

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When was the last time you were really surprised by a twist in a TV show? I haven’t been shocked as well as that for a long time.

TV Review: Star Trek Discovery (Season 1, Part 2)

When was the last time you were really surprised by a twist in a TV show? I haven’t been shocked as well as that for a long time.

Do you hear me? Do you feel me? We gon' be alright.

Live Review: Kendrick Lamar @ The O2 (13/02/2018)

Do you hear me? Do you feel me? We gon' be alright.

This film isn’t concerned with definite truth at all, but rather with the mutability of it.

I, Tonya review - Margot Robbie skates to success in this brutal biopic

This film isn’t concerned with definite truth at all, but rather with the mutability of it.

TV
Muslims deserve better representation. Maybe leave terrorism out next time.

TV Review: Next of Kin

Muslims deserve better representation. Maybe leave terrorism out next time.

This brilliantly moving film operates on many levels, and succeeds utterly on all of them.

Hotel Salvation Blu-ray review - proof that there is a market for Indian independent cinema

This brilliantly moving film operates on many levels, and succeeds utterly on all of them.

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“It takes a monster to stop a monster…” - Jessica Jones season 2 might just be the darkest Marvel Netflix show yet!

Marvel's Jessica Jones season 2 extended trailer is here!

“It takes a monster to stop a monster…” - Jessica Jones season 2 might just be the darkest Marvel Netflix show yet!

Lando: A Star Wars Story would have been way better, and that's the truth.

Why Solo: A Star Wars Story is doomed to fail

Lando: A Star Wars Story would have been way better, and that's the truth.

The most electrifying, vibrant, essential piece of theatre you'll probably ever see.

Theatre Review: Julius Caesar @ The Bridge Theatre

The most electrifying, vibrant, essential piece of theatre you'll probably ever see.

The Staunch Book Prize honours thrillers in which ‘no woman is beaten, stalked, sexually exploited, raped or murdered.’

New book prize launched for those of us tired of reading about sexual violence against women

The Staunch Book Prize honours thrillers in which ‘no woman is beaten, stalked, sexually exploited, raped or murdered.’

It's the family dynamic that cements this film’s role as a classic that will no doubt be cried over for many generations to come.

Film Review: Lady Bird

It's the family dynamic that cements this film’s role as a classic that will no doubt be cried over for many generations to come.

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