Finding Christopher Tucker: The Man Who Made the Ramsay Horror Masks

In the 1970s and ’80s – a period of churn in Hindi films, when commercial cinema was at its Amitabh Bachchan-fuelled peak and art-house movies were truly pushing the envelope – the Ramsay brothers burst on to the scene with their horror film-making spree. They were subaltern films (of a sort), yes. Disruptive too. The… Continue reading Finding Christopher Tucker: The Man Who Made the Ramsay Horror Masks

May Picks: Our Top Five Indian New Releases

Eat. Delete. Junior.  To mitigate the general furore and misunderstanding surrounding child nutrition comes this important new book from Pooja Makhija, the bestselling author of Eat Delete. The junior edition is a guide that will help parents emerge victorious over the ultimate child-rearing battleground: the dinner table. How does a child's palate develop? What happens if… Continue reading May Picks: Our Top Five Indian New Releases