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10 Films You Must WatchRediff.com11 Nov 2021
Films that amazed Aseem Chhabra at the El Gouna Film Festival in Egypt.
11 BEAUTIFUL STORIES From Around The WorldRediff.com19 Oct 2021
Aseem Chhabra lists his favourite films from the recent Toronto International Film Festival.
Pix To Make You SMILERediff.com21 Sep 2021
The world is slowly returning to normal... touch wood.
The Magic of Asha BhosleRediff.com8 Sep 2021
Do you know Ashaji crooned a seductive night club song, Zooby Zooby Je L'aime Vous for An Evening In Paris?
Celebs Stun in High SlitsRediff.com7 Sep 2021
Looks captured at the Venice International Film Festival.
'I am bored of this obsession with Tagore and Ray'Rediff.com6 Sep 2021
'So much so we don't feel the need to create anything, but just bask in that glory.' 'It's time to move on.' 'How much burden can you put on a person or the legacy of the person?'
Models Dazzle in VeniceRediff.com3 Sep 2021
Models shine at the Venice Film Festival.
It's an Odd, Odd WorldRediff.com18 Aug 2021
Odd and unusual images from around the world.
ROMANCE. REVENGE. SUSPENSE.Rediff.com27 Jul 2021
Sukanya Verma leaves you spoilt for choice on OTT this week.
ROMANCE, HISTORY, FEAR: All on OTTRediff.com20 Jul 2021
Thrillers, horrors and real-life inspired stories dominate the OTT scene this week.
Euro triumph balm for Italy's pandemic woundsRediff.com12 Jul 2021
'If this (victory) remains a beautiful memory in a dark moment or if instead it becomes a symbol of rebirth depends only on us.'
Consensus on global tax deal likely by OctoberRediff.com2 Jul 2021
A day after joining the OECD-G20 framework for global minimum tax, the finance ministry on Friday said some significant issues including share of profit allocation and scope of subject to tax rules are yet to be addressed and a 'consensus agreement' is expected by October after working out the technical details of the proposal. Total 130 countries on Thursday agreed to a overhaul of global tax norms to ensure that multinationals pay taxes wherever they operate and at a minimum 15 per cent rate. India is in favour of a consensus solution which is simple to implement and simple to comply.
'Buddhadeb was the god of cinema'Rediff.com11 Jun 2021
'I have the qualification every actor would love to have: A Buddhadeb actor.'
Buddhadeb Dasgupta passes awayRediff.com10 Jun 2021
'A great loss for the fraternity. Your work will be missed & cherished.'
Nomadland, The Disciple, Godzilla vs Kong... OTT Treats!Rediff.com4 May 2021
Oscar winners, festival favourites, massy entertainers, all-time classics, Sukanya Verma offers plenty to pick from on OTT this week.
'Of course! It breaks your heart'Rediff.com28 Apr 2021
'My father never saw any success for me. 'When I meet him in the next world, I will proudly say that I didn't buy houses and cars, but I made some art that will hopefully stand the test of time.'
India's cry for water falls on deaf earsRediff.com23 Mar 2021
India's water future remains very bleak. The monsoon season, which once extended to 4 months, is now down to less than 30 days of heavy rain.
World's first space hotel plans to open in 2027Rediff.com8 Mar 2021
The world's very first space hotel is slated to open in 2027. Named the Voyager Class space station, the hotel will be able to hold up to 400 guests.
The odd, odd world we live in!Rediff.com25 Jan 2021
These eight images prove it's an odd, odd world!
Can you watch 425 films in a year?Rediff.com13 Jan 2021
Aseem Chhabra watched some great films and some huge disappointments in 2020.
Au revoir, Monsieur CardinRediff.com31 Dec 2020
'It was always my intention to be different, because that is the only way to last.'
2020's BEST Non-Hindi FilmsRediff.com30 Dec 2020
Aseem Chhabra lists the best non-Hindi language films he watched in 2020, with the hope that they will have a wider reach in the new year.
Is Jallikattu the right choice for the Oscars?Rediff.com26 Nov 2020
'I believe FFI has made a mistake,' notes Aseem Chhabra.
'I never like watching my films'Rediff.com15 Nov 2020
'I don't look forward to seeing my films because this only sort of gives me a deep sense of dissatisfaction that I could have done better, and I lose my self-confidence.'
Mesmerising winners of the Epson panoramic awardsRediff.com30 Oct 2020
Truly, a sight for lockdown-weary eyes. These mesmerising panoramic shots have been revealed as the winners and shortlisted entries in the 2020 Epson International Pano Awards. Organisers reported that they received 5,859 entries from 1,452 photographers in 96 countries this year, competing for the top spots in five categories, for several special awards, and for some of the cash prizes offered. Scroll down to see the shots the judges declared had the wow factor...
Seen these FANTASTIC films?Rediff.com22 Oct 2020
The New York Film Festival served an amazing plate of films. Aseem Chhabra picks the best ones.
Which of these films will win Oscars?Rediff.com25 Sep 2020
Aseem Chhabra lists the films that won his heart at the recent Toronto International Film Festival.
Why Mira Nair's Films Speak To MeRediff.com21 Sep 2020
Mira's films are alive, rocking and so true to the reality I know. They are gifts that I keep revisiting, and I cannot wait for what more she will share with us, notes Aseem Chhabra.
'I hope this is not the end of the road'Rediff.com18 Sep 2020
'I have been lucky to be at the right place at the right time, so my life and career have taken a trajectory as the flow goes.'
Can you identify this actor?Rediff.com15 Sep 2020
Harami is described as a 'hard-hitting, visually striking street saga of youth crime and broken destinies, love and redemption'.
Will the Oscar go to this actress?Rediff.com15 Sep 2020
Vanessa Kirby is sure to be nominated for the Best Actress Oscar award, and Frances McDormand of Nomadland will give her a healthy competition, feels Aseem Chhabra.
Why we must watch Meel PattharRediff.com14 Sep 2020
'We are a young nation. But I wanted to explore the conflict between the young and the old.' 'The cynicism of people who have lived it versus the optimism and naivete of the young.'
The Disciple reviewRediff.com12 Sep 2020
The Disciple is an ode to music and a salute to Mumbai. The city can be harsh, but it also lets the voices of struggling classical musicians exist, although often they live on the edge of society, observes Aseem Chhabra.
PIX: Head turners on the red carpetRediff.com7 Sep 2020
Meet the models who stepped out in style at the Venice Film Festival.
PIX: Quirky Masks @ Venice Film FestivalRediff.com4 Sep 2020
The mask is now a frontline fashion accessory.
What's on Priyanka's mind?Rediff.com3 Sep 2020
We find out!
Fashion Weeks are coming! Fashion Weeks are coming!Rediff.com31 Jul 2020
'We can go with smaller ensembles -- even 15 or 20 creations from a designer.' 'We are keeping the focus squarely on quality over quantity.' 'India Couture Week is, after all, about the best of the best,' FDCI Chairman Sunil Sethi tells Veenu Sandhu
Travel in the times of COVID-19Rediff.com27 Jul 2020
Who can keep human beings away from travel?
Post COVID travel: 10 things to knowRediff.com21 Jul 2020
Gloves, masks, vitamin C, wet wipes and sanitisers are the new essentials you have to move around with.
In pix: Richa-Ali as bride and groomRediff.com2 Jul 2020
The actors featured in a pre-wedding shoot for Brides Today magazine.