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Kashmir on the silver screen

Kashmir on the silver screen

September 2, 2019

Before Switzerland was popularised for its cinematic locations among the Indian audiences, the country had Kashmir that was portrayed as the backdrop for romance. However, now it’s the political turbulence and the issues of terrorism that have taken over the celluloid.

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Indian films caught in controversy

Indian films caught in controversy

December 6, 2017

Even before Padmavati, other cinematic martyrs have faced the wrath of religious and communal well-wishers in India.

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Five Indian films with a Kashmiri connect

Five Indian films with a Kashmiri connect

July 6, 2017

Kashmir, a space associated with strife and conflict has always captured the imaginations of Indian cinema.

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Hemanta – an adaptation of Hamlet by Anjan Dutt

Hemanta – an adaptation of Hamlet by Anjan Dutt

August 16, 2016

Shakespeare remains a timeless source of inspiration for art lovers worldwide and Hamlet is probably one of the most relevant pieces for artists of every decade who wanted to capture the time and its toxic residues defying the mediocrity that grows profusely in the name of commer...

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Interview with Shafiul Alam Ishaque, general manager, RK Sarovar Portico, Srinagar

Interview with Shafiul Alam Ishaque, general manager, RK Sarovar Portico, Srinagar

May 11, 2016

Being the state that shares international borders with the neighbouring countries Pakistan and China, the northernmost state Jammu & Kashmir (J&K) experiences issues of territorial conflicts. Additionally, the tourism in the state suffered due to insurgency in the early 1...

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