Five things we learned from Slumdog Millionaire, ten years on
Five things to remember about Slumdog - apart from the Oscars, of course…
The Boy in the Striped Pajamas - a powerful display of morality and ethics on screen
Ten years later, The Boy in The Striped Pajamas is still a compelling display morality in times of conflict.
Foreign Film Friday: How does Bollywood tackle disability?
A majority of the representation of people with disabilities has been unkind in Bollywood. Yet, for every dark cloud there is a silver lining.
Foreign Film Friday: Remembering Farooq Sheikh, the unsung legend of Bollywood
Sheikh, who often portrayed a middle-class man on screen passed away in December 2013 leaving behind his own unique legacy.
15 years on: 8 lessons we learnt from Finding Nemo
As Finding Nemo completes 15 years, we take a look back at what it taught us about life.
Foreign Film Friday/A Personal Insight - Bhanvi Satija's Go To Films On A Bad Day
Bollywood remains my favourite source of hope and faith, something I can come home to on a bad day.
Foreign Film Friday: Rajkummar Rao is the next big name in Bollywood
The word ‘versatile' is probably too small to encapsulate the skills and talent of Rajkummar Rao.
Macbeth review - worth a watch for the powerful cast
Mark Rowley as Macbeth and Akiya Henry as Lady Macbeth carry the film!
Foreign Film Friday: The 'Padmaavat' Controversy Represents a Larger Censorship Pattern in Bollywood
The Indian film board always seems to censor films with strong female leads, and it's a disturbing pattern.