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    Now, There's A Whole Genre Of 'Coronavirus Songs' In Bhojpuri

    Pravin Uttam is too busy to entertain a phone call. It's been a little over a month since he released Hello Kaun featuring Uttam and his wife, Khushboo. Having garnered more than 330,000 views on its YouTube channel, the song inspired a flurry of similar Bhojpuri songs, making 'coronavirus' songs a sub-genre of Bhojpuri songs. Designed as a conversation between a wife and her...

    • 3 weeks ago
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    All The Diseases That 'Gau Mutra' Can Cure According To Politicians

    BJP leader, Suman Haripriya, from Assam has a remedy for COVID-19. 'We all know that cow dung is very helpful. Likewise, when cow urine is sprayed, it purifies an area… I believe something similar could be done with gau mutra and gobar (dung) to cure coronavirus,' she said according to NDTV. The remarks come at a time when the coronavirus outbreak, named COVID-19, has...

    • 4 weeks ago
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    Ill-Informed And Sexist, 'Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan' Is Not The Gay Love Story We Wanted

    In one of the pre-release interviews of Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan, Ayushmann Khurrana committed an innocuous gaffe. In the interview, the National Award-winning actor said that he felt proud that India had legalised same-sex marriages. When, in fact, India does not legally recognise same-sex marriages yet. Khurrana was quick to issue an apology, and...

    • a month ago
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    'Bhoot: The Haunted Ship' Only Adds To The Terrible Reputation Of Hindi Horror Films

    One can tell a lot about a horror film's pedigree by the way it goes about convincing its 'cynical' protagonist about bhoot-pret. Usually in Hindi films, the protagonist meets a 'professor-type' person, who sounds quite rational on the surface. But it only takes someone's hair to flutter in the room for the person to take out their 'ghost-tracking' device (that...

    • a month ago
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    Hindu Sena Chief Tells Us How To Be An 'Adarsh Yuva'

    setTimeout(function(){(function(id){var embedTag=document.getElementById(id).children[0]; if(embedTag){var width=embedTag.offsetWidth; var height=embedTag.offsetHeight; embedTag.height=document.body.offsetWidth * (height/width); embedTag.width=document.body.offsetWidth;}})("embed-brightcove-iframe-tag-0");},1000); Who is an 'anti-national'? What is the ideal way to protest? What is the ideal...

    • 2 months ago
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    Malang Review: Mohit Suri's Film Keeps Dancing Long After The Music Has Stopped

    You can take Mohit Suri out of the Bhatt universe, but can you truly take the Bhatts out of Mohit Suri? Malang is the kind of film where when someone enters a rave party, they're asked to choose between sukoon (relief) and mazaa (fun). In a separate scene, we hear 'wahaan rehna mushkil hota hai jahaan yaadein rehti hai', from someone leaving a cottage once shared...

    • 2 months ago
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    Meet The First Woman To Lead All-Men Contingent At Army Day Parade

    setTimeout(function(){(function(id){var embedTag=document.getElementById(id).children[0]; if(embedTag){var width=embedTag.offsetWidth; var height=embedTag.offsetHeight; embedTag.height=document.body.offsetWidth * (height/width); embedTag.width=document.body.offsetWidth;}})("embed-brightcove-iframe-tag-0");},1000); Captain Tania Shergill on Wednesday became the first woman to lead...

    • 2 months ago
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    The Other Shaheen Bagh: East Delhi's Women Start Indefinite Protest

    setTimeout(function(){(function(id){var embedTag=document.getElementById(id).children[0]; if(embedTag){var width=embedTag.offsetWidth; var height=embedTag.offsetHeight; embedTag.height=document.body.offsetWidth * (height/width); embedTag.width=document.body.offsetWidth;}})("embed-brightcove-iframe-tag-0");},1000); About 20 km away from Shaheen Bagh, another group of women are...

    • 2 months ago
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    Chhapaak Review: You Can Boycott, But You Can't Ignore Deepika's Searing Performance

    Chhapaak begins with an all too familiar sight: Of angry protesters taking to the streets. The film begins in December 2016, after the brutal gangrape and murder of a physiotherapy student in New Delhi leading to nationwide outrage. As the police brings out the water cannons, and the laathis are let loose to drown out the slogans for justice, a father walks in...

    • 3 months ago
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    Hi Cynics, Here's Why Deepika Padukone Showing Up In JNU For A Few Mins Is A Big Deal

    Are we seeing things correctly? Deepika Padukone showed up on the JNU campus to express solidarity with the students of JNUSU? Are you serious? Given mainstream Bollywood's stunned silence on the issue, it does feel like a dream. On top of that, Padukone is set to release a film this Friday. Three days before the release of any film… is Bollywood's...

    • 3 months ago

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