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Ray review

Edgar Allan Poe once said, ‘A short story must have a single mood and every sentence must build towards it.’ The consequence is almost always a sharp conclusion characterised by moral, surprise or wit. When it takes the form of … Continue reading

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Sonchiriya: Stark, stirring tale of rebels and redemption

In Hindi cinema’s grossly glamorized portrayals, dakus are either rifle-totting, horse-riding Robinhoods dispensing justice or brutish plunderers going after wealth and women.  That they could be damaged individuals bound by a code whose skewed morality and dangerous demands are gently … Continue reading

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