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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 Classics graduate from UCL currently working in 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.

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Things are hotting up in the penultimate Peaky Blinders!

TV Review: Peaky Blinders (Season 4, Episode 5)

Things are hotting up in the penultimate Peaky Blinders!

From shorts programmes to narrative features to documentaries, there's something here for everyone.

London Lift-Off Film Festival is here to fulfil all your indie film needs

From shorts programmes to narrative features to documentaries, there's something here for everyone.

Yes, Julia Roberts really is that radiant in real life.

Julia Roberts, Owen Wilson and Jacob Tremblay chat about their new film Wonder

Yes, Julia Roberts really is that radiant in real life.

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Tommy the Commie?! The world of Peaky Blinders really has gone mad!

TV Review: Peaky Blinders (Season 4, Episode 3)

Tommy the Commie?! The world of Peaky Blinders really has gone mad!

It’s not often that a film has the power to literally make everyone who sees it a better person, but this one does.

Film Review: Wonder

It’s not often that a film has the power to literally make everyone who sees it a better person, but this one does.

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The Peaky f*cking Blinders are back!

TV Review: Peaky Blinders (Season 4, Episode 1)

The Peaky f*cking Blinders are back!

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A decent start to a show that's hopefully going to live long and prosper!

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

A decent start to a show that's hopefully going to live long and prosper!

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Sathnam Sanghera takes us on an incredibly real cross-cultural, cross-generational journey of acceptance.

TV Review: The Boy with the Topknot

Sathnam Sanghera takes us on an incredibly real cross-cultural, cross-generational journey of acceptance.

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Sathnam Sanghera and Sacha Dhawan spill all about the TV adaptation.

Q&A with the creative minds behind The Boy With The Topknot

Sathnam Sanghera and Sacha Dhawan spill all about the TV adaptation.

Julia Roberts, Owen Wilson, and Jacob Tremblay (you know, the kid from Room) are encouraging us all to #ChooseKind with their upcoming film.

See Julia Roberts, Owen Wilson, and Jacob Tremblay's new film 'Wonder' for free this World Kindness Day

Julia Roberts, Owen Wilson, and Jacob Tremblay (you know, the kid from Room) are encouraging us all to #ChooseKind with their upcoming film.

If you weren't dying to adopt a bear after the first film, you definitely will be now!

Film Review: Paddington 2

If you weren't dying to adopt a bear after the first film, you definitely will be now!

Joaquin Phoenix hefts the weight of this darkly intense thriller onto his remarkably broad and capable shoulders.

Film Review: You Were Never Really Here @ London Film Festival 2017

Joaquin Phoenix hefts the weight of this darkly intense thriller onto his remarkably broad and capable shoulders.

The English Literature syllabus is qWhite interesting, but here are some more diverse authors you COULD be studying...

Decolonise the curriculum: 20 BME authors you should be reading

The English Literature syllabus is qWhite interesting, but here are some more diverse authors you COULD be studying...

Forrest Whitaker and Eric Bana go head to head in this intense post-apartheid political drama.

Film Review: The Forgiven @ London Film Festival 2017

Forrest Whitaker and Eric Bana go head to head in this intense post-apartheid political drama.

Toby Stephens leads this phenomenal cast in a gripping production of this year's Tony Award winning Best Play.

Theatre Review: Oslo @ The Harold Pinter Theatre

Toby Stephens leads this phenomenal cast in a gripping production of this year's Tony Award winning Best Play.

The Shape of Water gives a voice to the voiceless, and once again proves the power of diverse cinema.

Guillermo del Toro's The Shape of Water is the perfect antidote to 2017

The Shape of Water gives a voice to the voiceless, and once again proves the power of diverse cinema.

You’ll be peeking out from between your fingers by the end of every single film, I guarantee it.

Creepy Countdown: Yorgos Lanthimos films are perfect for a non-traditional Halloween

You’ll be peeking out from between your fingers by the end of every single film, I guarantee it.

This crossover between the BFI's INDIA ON FILM and THRILLER seasons shouldn't be missed!

Death and Deception: The BFI is screening contemporary Indian thrillers

This crossover between the BFI's INDIA ON FILM and THRILLER seasons shouldn't be missed!

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