[VoxSpace Selects] The Boy From The Land Beyond: Traces And History Of Cultural Politics In Aladdin

Controversy Over Deep Rooted Racial And Religious Stereotyping Although the recent production of Disney’s Aladdin is fairly a remake of […]

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[VoxSpace Selects] Manto Turns 107: Understanding The Dark Realities Of A Man Misunderstood

Tracing the works and understanding the life of a man as complex as Manto is not easy. Manto’s journey juxtaposes the stark realities and the complicated times in which he lived.

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The Great American Awokening : A View Into The Revolutionary Shifts In American Racial Politics

Despite the concentration stressed on the extreme right politics of Donald Trump, the truth is that America is undergoing one of the biggest political shifts the country has seen in years.

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Breaking The Wheel: Why Game Of Thrones Finale Could Not Break The Power Cycle

An End To The Lust For The ‘Iron Throne’ Came At The Cost Of A Good Script The series finale, […]

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[VoxSpace Selects] Yours Truly Review: A Waltzing Experience Through Love And Loneliness

‘Yours Truly’ is poetry on the screen meant for people like Mithi who have had but one truth to live for their whole lives –loneliness.

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[VoxSpace Selects] Kunal Kamra: When Establishment Humour Hits Harder Than Ever

Within ten days of uploading his first stand-up comedy clip, ‘Patriotism and the Government’, on YouTube, Kunal Kamra became a sensation

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[VoxSpace Selects] Albert Pinto Ko Gussa Kyon Aata Hain : A Desperately Poor Attempt At The Remake Of A Timeless Classic

The film presents a frustrating sentiment of helplessness, of dishonesty and lack of integrity, a dystopian truth where the money is power.

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[VoxSpace Selects] Nityan Unnikrishnan : ‘The Way Out’ of Mainstream Art

Unnikrishnan’s Art Tells You Stories Very Different Nityan Unnikrishnan’s new work, ‘The Way Out’, lies open for all in an […]

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[VoxSpace Selects] Criminal Justice By Hotstar : A Promising Premise Which Works Sporadically

HotStar’s Criminal Justice which is a remake of BBC original Criminal Justice that has come out in 2008 is slow and cliched but promising by the end.

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[VoxSpace Life] Manipulation By Hate: The What And How Of Hate Politics In India

Artists and creators are joining hands to wipe out hate politics in India with the coming elections and are seeking support of the masses for the same.

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