Review Of Mehsampur : An Obscure Genre Fluid Feature Which Serves As A Prospectus For New Age Film Making

Mehsampur becomes anti-matter, or rather an anti-film, which will in time accumulate its own ethical and moral dust, to become a genre in itself. 

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[VoxSpace Selects] Review Of NetFlix’s The King : An Artistic Argument For Diplomacy

If you like long expertly written conversations about morality, insanely well-acted scenes, and beautiful production design – The King is for you

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[VoxSpace Selects] Kastoori (The Musk) Review : A Poignant Film That Subtly Touches On Many Important Issues Of Society

Kastoori (The Musk) is an incredibly well-made film which is very important for us to understand many things.

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Review Of ‘Saand Ki Aankh’ : An Inspiring Story Packaged Well In An Entertaining Movie

Saand Ki Aankh is a film about the various struggles that the famous sharpshooters duo – Tomar Sisters (or famously referred to as Shooter Dadis) went through before they could enjoy the success

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[VoxSpace Selects] Review Of Bigil : A Tediously Long Mass Entertainer That Tries To Be Progressive

Starring Vijay and Nayathara in lead roles, supported strongly by Vivek, Yogi Babu and Jackie Shroff, Bigil is a commercial family action-sports-drama that fulfills every Vijay fan’s expectations

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VoxTalks With IndianRaga: A Collaboration Movement Recreating Indian Classical Music In An EDM Age

IndianRaga is a collaborative initiative, founded by Sriram Emani, a graduate from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Boston

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Review Of HBO’s Watchmen : A Noir Comic Book Classic Seen Through The Lens Of The Current American Politics

Watchmen by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons has been one of those properties that enjoyed the classic status ever since its first publication as a graphic novel

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VoxTalks With Andrij Parekh : The Man Behind The Stunning Visuals Of ‘Succession’, ‘Blue Valentine’ & HBO’s ‘Watchmen’

Andrij Parekh is one of the most adaptable and forward-thinking filmmaker/cinematographer working on the world stage right now.

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VoxTalks with Agam Band : The South Indian Band Which Revolutionized Carnatic Music

Agam is an established Indie band formed in 2004 by BITS Pilani graduates who have created a genre of their own- Carnatic Progressive Rock

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[VoxSpace Selects] Barah By Barah : A Unique And An Interesting Film Which You Can Be A Part Of

Set in Varanasi, Barah by Barah revolves around the life of Sooraj (played by Gyanendra Tripathi), who is the last death photographer at Manikarnika Ghat in Varanasi

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