“In that parallel universe where my life is perfect, I was Miriam Maisel – spick and span, ambitious, courageous, unfettered and unapologetic,” writes Vidya Bhandarkar.
“Sharp Objects isn’t a murder mystery as much as an intimate study of characters that are probably way beyond redemption,” writes Biswarup Sarangi.
“The Bengaluru-based director’s exceedingly sensitive film is about an Anglo Indian family that moves from Kolar to the big city and crumbles,”writes Bishweshwar.
“What could possibly go wrong on two state-of-the-art battle ships led by one of Her Majesty’s most experienced and decorated officers?” writes Biswarup Sarangi.
“A close analysis of the film tells you that the pace of the narrative is not dictated by the male, but the female lead,” writes Sanjay Gopinath.
‘During its course, the series charts its course through myriad genres; ranging from history, romance, mystery, adventure and sci-fi; and never fails to impress,’ writes Malvika Mishra.
“Such is the permanence of Manto’s works that the artistes making the cinema disappeared into an ephemeral mist,” writes Tapan Mozumdar.