Tag Archives: Vishal Bharadwaj

Dedh Ishqiya – When the Sequel trumps the Original

Dedh Ishqiya (Love 1.5) is that rare breed of movie where the sequel is actually better than the original. Ishqiya which released to rave reviews in 2010 as an original, homegrown black comedy, produced with the blessings of auteur-producer Vishal … Continue reading

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When Creative License is Not Enough

Here is a post that I wrote for Her Film Project. It discusses how films often, in the name of commercialism, seek to portray cliched stereotypes of women. A recent example is Ekta Kapoor’s psycho-thriller flick, Ek Thi Dayan. Can … Continue reading

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