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भारतीय सिनेमा के इतिहास को अगर भारतीय सिनेमा का पुरुष इतिहास कहा जाए तो कुछ ग़लत नहीं होगा. सिनेमा और ओरतें...ये ज़िक्र छेड़ा जाए तो आमतौर पर दिमाग़ में उभरते हैं पर्दे पर नज़र आने वाले चंद किरदार, कुछ चकाचौंध करने वाले चेहरे और ग्लैमर का बाज़ार. फ़िल्म निर्देशकों का ज़िक्र हो तो क्या आपको कोई महिला निर्देशिका एकदम से याद आती है? चलिए एक कोशिश करते हैं हमारे आस पास मौजूद होकर भी नज़र ना आने वाली इन महिला निर्देशिकाओं के सिनेमाई मायाजाल को समझने की. सिने-माया सिर्फ़ एक पॉडकास्ट नहीं, एक पहल ह ...
 
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Today With God Hindi language version is a new TV series bringing the Visual Bible to the world. The 37 half hour episodes and one hour premier episode provide spiritual clarity to the question, Who Is Jesus? The series is broadcast in Africa, Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and Australia. Numerous foreign language versions are in production. Matthew, the Acts of the Apostles, and the Gospel of John are presented in the series with insightful explanation from Dr. Randy Weiss in the land of Is ...
 
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Episode 80: A look at female desire in Bollywood, with a special guest - Suparna Sharma. We start off with Geeton Ka Ghanchakkar and Filmi Khabrein. Then in Bollywood Behes, a conversation with noted Indian film critic and editor Suparna Sharma about how Bollywood films have failed to depict expressions of female desire. This discussion was partly …
 
Episode 79: A look at the Netflix Original film Bulbbul. We start off with Geeton Ka Ghanchakkar and Filmi Khabrein. Then in Bollywood Behes, we look at how Bulbbul takes on patriarchy through the metaphor of a “churail” and other difficult/nasty women. Music: Bollywood Blades by Professor Kliq/ Material Breakthrough by Peritune…
 
Episode 78: A look at Gulabo Sitabo, the latest film directed by Shoojit Sircar, and written by Juhi Chaturvedi. This director-writer duo has given us films such as Piku, October and Vicky Donor in the past. We start off with Geeton Ka Ghanchakkar, where we remember veteran Bollywood choreographer Saroj Khan. Filmi Khabrein brings us the latest new…
 
Untitled Entertainment presenting "Ifazat"poetry from the social short film of #Safety First - The Message To Understand. This is messageful and meaningful motivational poetry. Aniket Dabhade have written social words and voice also given by "Aniket Dabhade".द्वारा Untitled Entertainment
 
Episode 77: A look at the films of Sushant Singh Rajput. The talented Bollywood actor was found dead at his Mumbai home in June 2020. His death was ruled a suicide by Mumbai Police. He was 34. After making his debut in Bollywood with Kai Po Che (2013), Singh went on to play critically acclaimed roles in films such as M. S. Dhoni - The Untold Story …
 
Episode 76: A look at Mindy Kaling’s Netflix show Never Have I Ever, starring Maitreyi Ramakrishnan. The show centres around Devi Vishwakumar (Ramaksrishnan), an Indian American teenager growing up in well-heeled California suburb. After a traumatic incident has made her a social pariah, Devi comes back to class with a mission – to recast herself a…
 
Episode 75: Remembering Irrfan Khan and Rishi Kapoor. Although the two actors had very different career paths in the Hindi film industry, they shared a desire to expand their acting repertoire. Music: Bollywood Blades by Professor Kliq/ Material Breakthrough by Perituneद्वारा Khabardaar Podcast
 
Episode 73: A look at Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan, starring Ayushmann Khurrana, Jitendra Kumar, Neena Gupta and Gajrao Rao. We start off with Geeton Ka Ghanchakkar, where we pick songs based on the theme of distances – literal and metaphorical. Filmi Khabrein delves into upcoming releases on streaming services and how some Bollywood stars are react…
 
Episode 72: A look at the music of R. D. Burman, with Ed Hanley, co-artistic director of Toronto band Autorickshaw. Burman was one of the most popular Bollywood music composers of the 70’s and 80’s. His music is popular to this today. In many ways, he was way ahead of his time. Hanley and his bandmates reprised an R. D. Burman song called “Aaj Ki R…
 
Episode 71 Bonus (Bonus): For this Filmi Funde segment, a chat with Saloni Gaur - a social media star whose riffs on Kangana Ranaut’s current affairs hot takes have become viral. Check out her interpretation of ‘Kangana Runout’ reacting to the Kunal Kamra and Arnab Goswami confrontation.द्वारा Khabardaar Podcast
 
Episode 71: A look at Kangana Ranaut, the Bollywood actress who makes news for her antics on and off the screen. We start off with Geeton Ka Ghanchakkar, where we choose two songs from films featuring Kangana Ranaut – an old Asha Bhonsle song, and a travesty from Krrish 3. For Bollywood Behes, Aparita and Baisakhi talk about Kangana’s ability to ch…
 
Episode 70: A look at Chhapaak, Meghna Gulzar’s film inspired by acid attack survivor Laxmi Agarwal and starring Deepika Padukone. We start off with Geeton Ka Ghanchakkar, where we choose two songs by Gulzar - Meghna’s father, celebrated lyricist and erstwhile filmmaker, who also penned the songs for Chhapaak. For Bollywood Behes, Aparita and Baisa…
 
Episode 68: To ring in the New Year, Aparita and Baisakhi each choose a film they’d want to re-watch on their TV screens. We start off with Geeton Ka Ghanchakkar, where we choose two very different songs that we occasionally groove to. In Filmi Khabrein, we look forward to Hindi movies coming out in 2020 - including Chhapaak, Panga and Thappad. For…
 
Episode 67: At a time when many Indians and those in the diaspora have taken to the streets to protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), we look at Anubhav Sinha’s Article 15. We start off with Geeton Ka Ghanchakkar, where we remember Bollywood’s version of protest songs. In lieu of Filmi Khabrein, Aparita brings you voices from a Toront…
 
Episode 65: A conversation about some of the other films and documentaries we watched at Toronto International Film Festival 2019, including Bikram: Yogi, Guru, Predator; Made in Bangladesh and Bombay Rose. Music: Bollywood Blades by Professor Kliq/Image courtesy TIFFद्वारा Khabardaar Podcast
 
Episode 64: A conversation with Geetu Mohandas, Nivin Pauly, Roshan Mathew, Shashank Arora and Shobhita Dhulipala, who brought Moothon to the Toronto International Film Festival 2019. Music: Bollywood Blades by Professor Kliq/Image courtesy TIFFद्वारा Khabardaar Podcast
 
Episode 62: A conversation with Lijo Jose Pellissery, one of the directors leading the ‘New Generation’ of Malayalam cinema. Pellissery brought his latest film Jallikattu to the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival. Music: Bollywood Blades by Professor Kliqद्वारा Khabardaar Podcast
 
Episode 61: A conversation with India’s leading film critics and writers on the South Asian selection and other remarkable films at 2019 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). We begin with Geeton Ka Ghanchakkar and a quick hit of Filmi Khabrein. And then we bring you a spirited discussion between Namrata Joshi, Aseem Chhabra and Suparna Sharm…
 
Episode 60: Aparita and Baisakhi are at TIFF 2019, and give you an update on films they have watched so far. We begin with Geeton Ka Ghanchakkar and a quick hit of Filmi Khabrein. In lieu of Bollywood Behes, Aparita and Baisakhi talk about watching films such as Parasite, Jallikattu and The Sky is Pink, as well as Hollywood films such as Hustlers. …
 
Episode 59: In this episode, a tribute to Vidya Sinha and the modern Hindi film heroine in Rajnigandha and Chhoti Si Baat. We begin with Geeton Ka Ghanchakkar, remembering Salil Chowdhury and his music. In Filmi Khabrein we talk about three leading ladies in Hindi cinema today, and their upcoming projects - Sonam Kapoor, Taapsee Pannu and Jahnvi Ka…
 
Episode 58: In this episode, a look at how Kashmir has been portrayed in Bollywood and Hindi films over the years. We begin with Geeton Ka Ghanchakkar, paying tribute to older movies set in Kashmir, as well as veteran star Vidya Sinha. Filmi Khabrein returns, in which we talk about Akshay Kumar and other Bollywood celebrities. And then Bollywood Be…
 
Episode 57: In this episode, a conversation with Sanjeev K Jha, the writer of Jabariya Jodi. He talks about growing up in a small town in Bihar, watching films seriously for the first time as a university student in New Delhi, and writing a film to combat Bihari stereotypes in Indian popular culture. Music: Bollywood Blades by Professor Kliq…
 
Episode 56: In this episode, a look at Ivan Ayr’s debut film Soni. During its debut at Venice International Film Festival, Soni received praise from critics and audiences alike for telling a compelling story about two Indian female police officers, who are trying to maintain a balance between their personal and professional lives. The film has been…
 
Episode 55: In this episode, a look at Deepa Mehta’s Netflix series Leila. We talk about its origins as a book by journalist-turned-author Prayaag Akbar, and why a dystopian series set in India doesn’t seem to be too far from present day reality. We start off with Geeton Ka Ghanchakkar that features two songs starring Ayushmann Khurrana: Pani Da Ra…
 
Episode 54: In this episode, despite our better judgement, a look at Kabir Singh. The Hindi remake of the Telugu sleeper hit Arjun Reddy is a bonafide Bollywood blockbuster. We try to understand why this misogynist film has struck a chord with viewers. We start off with Geeton Ka Ghanchakkar remembering two unique Hindi song takes on the idea of lo…
 
Episode 53: In this episode, a look at Luka Chuppi. Starring Kartik Aaryan and Kriti Sanon, this was the latest Hindi film to explore live-in relationships. It’s now available to watch on Netflix. We start off with Geeton Ka Ghanchakkar with a Tamil twist, featuring two AR Rahman songs: Thaiyya Thaiyya and Mental Manadhil. Filmi Khabrein covers the…
 
Episode 52: In this episode, we pay tribute to veteran playwright, actor, writer and thinker Girish Karnad - who played a starring role both in art house and commercial Hindi/Indian cinema We start off with Geeton Ka Ghanchakkar featuring two songs to remember Karnad by: a Kannada bhava-geethe Deepavu Ninnade Gaaliyu Ninnade and Mero Gaam Katha Par…
 
Episode 51 Pt. 2: A special short corollary - Toronto filmmaker Gursimran Datla’s analysis of Ritesh Batra’s new film Photograph, starring Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Sanya Malhotra. For more on French filmmaker and philosopher Guy Debord’s Society of the Spectacle, see this quick introduction.द्वारा Khabardaar Podcast
 
Episode 51: In this episode, a look at Ritesh Batra’s new film Photograph, starring Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Sanya Malhotra. Rafi (Siddiqui) is a street photographer who happens to take a photograph of Miloni (Malhotra) in front of the famous Mumbai tourist spot Gateway of India. Tired of his grandmother’s constant refrain to get married, Rafi sends…
 
Episode 49: In this episode, we unpack our feelings about Kalank, the multi-starrer film featuring Alia Bhatt, Varun Dhawan, Aditya Roy Kapur, Sonakshi Sinha, Madhuri Dixit and Sanjay Dutt among others. Set against the backdrop of the Partition of India and Pakistan, Kalank attempts to tell the story of love, betrayal and loss. The elaborate family…
 
Episode 48: In this episode, a look at Thiagarajan Kumararaja’s sophomore film Super Deluxe, starring an ensemble cast that includes Vijay Sethupathi, Samantha Akkineni, Fahadh Faasil, Mysskin, Ramya Krishan, Gayathrie and Ashwanth Ashok Kumar. Super Deluxe features four separate stories (we mistakenly counted three in our discussion, skipping the …
 
Episode 47: In this episode, a look at Govind Nihalani’s cult classic Party, starring an ensemble cast of some the best Indian theatre and art-house actors such as Deepa Sahi, Manohar Singh and Rohini Hattangadi. The premise of the film is deceptively simple. A celebrated playwright Diwakar Barve (Manohar Singh) has been awarded a prestigious liter…
 
Episode 46: In this encore presentation, a look at Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota, directed by Vasan Bala, starring Abhimanyu Dassani, Radhika Madan and Gulshan Devaiah. Also introducing a new segment called Filmi Funde. In this inaugural version - a conversation with Karan Kulkarni, the music director for Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota, about three songs from the…
 
Episode 45: Created by Zoya Akhtar and Reema Kagti, co-written by Alankrita Shrivastava, and co-directed by Nitya Mehra and Prashant Nair, Made In Heaven is an Amazon Prime Video series that uses the backdrop of the ‘Big Fat Indian Wedding’ to talk about social realities. First we start off with Geeton Ka Ghanchakkar, a shaadi special featuring som…
 
अलंकृता श्रीवास्तव हिंदी फ़िल्म निर्देशिकाओं की नई पीढ़ी की नुमाइंदगी करती हैं. उनका कहना है कि प्रकाश झा के साथ काम करके उन्होने ना सिर्फ़ फ़िल्म बनाने की कला सीखी है बल्कि अड़ कर खड़े रहने का हुनर भी हासिल किया है. उनकी फ़िल्म 'लिपस्टिक अंडर माए बुर्खा' की रिलीज़ को लेकर सेंसर बोर्ड से हुई तनातनी ने अलंकृता के इरादों को दबाया नहीं है बल्कि हवा दे…
 
Episode 44: Gully Boy brought the sounds of Mumbai’s gullies to the big Bollywood screen. Directed by Zoya Akhtar, the movie featured A-list stars Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt, and a team of formidable supporting actors. Together, they brought to life a story based on the lives of Indian rap stars Divine and Naezy. First we start off with Geeton Ka…
 
1984 में जब दिल्ली में सिख-विरोधी दंगे भड़के तब शोनाली बोस शहर में मौजूद थीं. उन्होने वो सारा मंज़र अपनी आंखों से देखा. बाद में दंगों पर आधारित एक नॉवेल लिखी जिस पर उनकी फ़िल्म 'अमू' बनी. शोनाली के लिए उनकी फ़िल्में सिर्फ़ एक आर्ट नहीं हैं बल्कि उनकी राजनीतिक सोच और सवाल उठाने का ज़रिया हैं. इस बातचीत में वो बता रही हैं उनकी फ़िल्मों के पीछे की कहा…
 
राजश्री ओझा ने अमेरिका में पढ़ाई करने के बाद मुंबई आने का फ़ैसला किया. दस साल के करियर में उनके नाम तीन फ़ीचर फ़िल्में हैं. एक फ़िल्मकार के करियर को नंबरों पर आंका जाए तो उनका पलड़ा भारी नहीं लगेगा लेकिन भारत के अलग अलग शहरों समेत न्यूयॉर्क में लंबा वक्त बिताने के बाद मुंबई में काम करना राजश्री के लिए कैसा तजुर्बा रहा? क्या उनकी समझ और पढ़ाई काम आई…
 
Episode 43: Aparita Bhandari watched Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga with Queer South Asians and Allies of Toronto (QSAALT). A conversation with its members after watching the movie. The group talked about queer representation in Bollywood movies of past, and the importance of Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga in giving voice to a mis- or under-repre…
 
सिने-माया की इस कड़ी में आप मिलेंगे वीडियो एडिटर से निर्देशन तक का सफ़र तय करने वाली लीना यादव से. अपनी शुरूआती फ़िल्मों में ही लीना यादव को ऐश्वर्या राय और अमिताभ बच्चन जैसे बड़े सितारों को निर्देशित करने का मौक़ा तो मिला लेकिन उनके करियर को वो ऊंचाई नहीं मिली जिसकी संभावना थी. लीना इसके लिए किसे ज़िम्मेदार ठहराती हैं और क्या उन्हें लगता है कि इंड…
 
Episode 42: A look at the influence of Telugu cinema on Bollywood, and a discussion of the sleeper hit Telugu film Arjun Reddy. We start off with Geeton Ka Ghanchakkar featuring the hit A. R. Rahman song Urvashi Urvashi, as well as Jumme Ki Raat from Kick. Filmi Khabrein has us talking about Kangana Ranaut and the ensemble cast featured in Total Dh…
 
कुछ लोगों से मिलने के बाद ये समझ में आता है कि भले ही उनके काम की चर्चा सारा ज़माना ना कर रहा हो लेकिन उनका काम अपने आप में कितना अहम है और कितने लोगों को छू रहा है. पारोमिता वोहरा से मिलकर शायद आपको भी ऐसा ही लगेगा. बॉलीवुड कहे जाने वाले सिनेमा ने उन्हें मजबूर किया कि वो अपनी एक नई भाषा गढ़ें और उसी के साथ आगे बढ़ें. पारोमिता की डाक्यूमेंट्री फ़िल…
 
Episode 41: A debate on whether Uri: The Surgical Strike, starring Vicky Kaushal, Yami Gautam and Paresh Rawal among others, is a jingoistic film - or not. We start off with Geeton Ka Ghanchakkar featuring two A. R. Rahman songs, and Filmi Khabrein full of new teasers and trailer information. Then in Bollywood Behes, an in-depth discussion of how w…
 
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