“I noticed that besides curiosity, there was a sense of apprehension in their voices, a freckle of insecurity, a tinge of fear,” writes Tuhin.
Tag: April 2019
He wasn’t very quiet after all : Remembering filmmaker J. Mahendran
Leslie Carvalho remembers the stalwart of Tamil cinema.
‘Thankfully, Bengalis do have a sense of humour’ : Maitreyee Bhattacharjee Chowdhury
In an exclusive interview with Bengaluru Review, Maitreyee Bhattacharjee Chowdhury discusses her new book on the Hungriyalists.
Making Shakespeare relevant for the younger generation
Arun Bhatia reviews Vinay Pathak’s Nothing Like Lear.
In pictures : When seniors drummed their feelings
“The djembe is a unique instrument in that both treble and base are found on the same surface,” writes Sonali Bhatia.
‘I am a footstep on the slippery road’ : Five poems by Sameer Tanti
Five poems by Sameer Tanti, translated from Assamese by Dibyajyoti Sarma.
An intricate weaving of family, relationships, and ethics
Neha Sureka reviews Amit Ravindrenath Sharma’s Baadhai Ho.
‘भूख ऐसे लगी हुई है जैसे गड्ढे में पेड़’ : लीलाधर जगूड़ी का काव्यसंसार
हमारे समय के प्रतनिधि हिंदी कवि लीलाधर जगूड़ी की काव्य यात्रा पर कविता पनिया का आलेख।
Police procedural writing at its best
Akhil Kakkar reviews In a House of Lies, Ian Rankin’s latest novel.
Let justice be done, though the heavens fall
Anantha reviews Amma Asante’s Belle.