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Nice to be a bad man

‘Prem Naam Hai Mera….’ is an intimate look at the life of one of most enduring villains of the film industry

The old and the beautiful

Despite the remake and sequel to movie Don, the magic of the original has yet to fade away

Narendra Modi: The Game Changer

The book attempts to bust the myths being cultivated around the BJP’s PM candidate

Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder

Book Narmada -River of Joy presents the artistic impressions that the river leaves all along its journey

Living on one's own terms

Sahir was the only songwriter whose poetry made its way into films in its purest form

The legend who deserved more

M T Vasudevan Nair narrates the Mahabharata from a warrior’s perspective

Method in screen madness

The book Kitnay Aadmi Thay? is all about dipping into bollywood madness

The heroics of a cultural icon

Kevin McGrath analyses the role of Krsna as a military strategist and a moral teacher

Trust no one…if you may!

Novel 'The Serpent’s Tooth' makes the reader relive every moment of the reign of Moghul Emperor Shah Jahan

Drinking-and-driving theme and a thriller set in Mumbai

The author expresses his sharp concern over this deadly scourge that afflicts many parts of India

The anatomy of Narendra Modi -- the man and his politics

Author Nilanjan Mukhopadhyay pens a gripping biography of the Gujarat chief minister

The approaching moment is about to pass...

Nasreen Munni Kabir skillfully presents Gulzar's journey and philosophy of life

Narrative on Modi that will annoy supporters, detractors

Author Kingshuk Nag aims at those who are not quite consumed by admiration or abject hate

Butterflies: Sunshine, freedom and a little flower

Butterflies can still enrich you with what may have missed you in life.

Don’t regret missing the deadline!

Insightful and amusing, The Art of Procrastination has a positive view

Bollywood baddies: In praise of the necessary evil

From Sukhilal to Gabbar and from Dr Dang to Mogambo, the rustic and suave variants of villains

Democracy under critical spotlight in India-oriented books

A new genere of literary works focuses on the erosion in country’s democratic institutions

With apologies to Valmiki

The mythological retelling of Ramayana is stylishly written, exploring the human side of its incarnated characters.

Chanakya’s New Manifesto

Manifest within ‘Chanakya’s New Manifesto’ are ideas of engagement for people from all walks of life.

The Tagore women and a tale of empowerment

"Jorasanko” links the tale of a traditional woman to the modern women's movement


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