Book Review | Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda: Fun...

It’s a part-hilarious, part-moving story about the angst of growing up and learning to accept yourself for who you are

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Movie Review | A Classic Horror Story, not!

The film starts as a typical horror show but by the time you reach the second half, it tells you it is definitely not so

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Book Review | Transcendent Kingdom: Work of genius

The book is an excellent meditation on life and how we are sometimes consumed by our losses

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Movie Review | Khatta Meetha: A political satire worth...

There are comparatively fewer exaggerations than most Bollywood films but it does not completely shun fictional liberties to become an arthouse cinema

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Book Review | The End of Her: Keeps you guessing

The entire novel reads like the last 50 pages of a thriller; there is so much happening and so many gasp-inducing moments in each page right from the start

Keyur Basnet

Web Series Review | Four contrasting shades of Ray

The series weighs heavily on its main characters to retell Satyajit Ray’s stories, with each episode carrying some suspense, a signature of the master storyteller

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Movie Review | Madaari: An underrated Irrfan Khan-thriller

Nirmal Kumar is a common man who is wronged by the system and instead of taking it as his fate, he plans to fight against it. He is determined yet scared, calculative yet vulnerable

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Book Review | Between Two Kingdoms: Soul-stirringly...

What makes this book different from other cancer memoirs is that it’s not about the event as much as it’s about her reaction to it

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Movie Review | A Dhanush first-day-first-show action...

Dhanush is the biggest appeal but on the downside, as he outshines everyone else, any scene without him dips down in energy

Sunny Mahat

Book Review | A five-star delight

The story consumes you, and refuses to let go of its hold long after. It was the hopeful and uplifting read I needed during what felt like a desperate and bleak time

Keyur Basnet

Movie Review | Baazaar: A share market story shoddily...

The film uses two men from different walks of lives and backgrounds to tell the inside stories of power and money struggles in the stock market

Sunny Mahat

Book Review | This Mournable Body: Nice but not without...

It’s a sad depiction of how the education system is filled with false promises for black Zimbabwean women and how they deal with that reality

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Movie Review | Another missed penalty with Roberto...

The storytelling is quick and concise, but owing to its run-time of just 91 minutes, the film feels more clustered than compact

Sunny Mahat

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