“Such is the permanence of Manto’s works that the artistes making the cinema disappeared into an ephemeral mist,” writes Tapan Mozumdar.
“I couldn’t help but wonder why Stree axed its own brilliance with a few tackiness,” writes Neha Sureka.
“B.A. Pass is not about sex. It’s a reflection of a society with limited financial security,” writes Akhil Kakkar.
“The TV series is a bold attempt to tell the story of a woman struggling with mental illness by simply giving her a voice and adding a tune,” writes Darsana Mohan.
“मसान कहती है कि जीवन में कुछ भी हो, चाहे कितना भी बड़ा या बुरा, वो जीवन से बड़ा नहीं हो सकता,” नीरज पांडेय लिखते हैं।
“Such naked truth, even in its subtlety, is a tight slap on the hypocritical society. And what better way to explore it than through one of the greatest writers of the previous century,” writes Nikhat Mahmood.
“Most of Sacred Games is tightly paced with sharp dialogue. The few times it slacks is when it is trying to give life lessons overtly,” writes Carol D’Souza.