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The Father through the lens For millions of Indian children today, Gandhi is identified with the bald, bespectacled old man whose face appears in the currency note. Within this ambiance of anonymity and ignorance, Hindi cinema has succeeded to some extent in liberating the Father of the Nation from his captive anonymity frozen on rectangular pieces of paper to celebrate the principles he lived by. On the occasion of his birth anniversary, Shoma A. Chatterji looks at films on portrayal of Gandhi and on his ideologies 23-Sep-2015
India and Armenia: The connection Armenia and India, two of the world’s oldest civilizations, have also shared socio-cultural ties for many centuries as new research shows. Mane Mehrabian, a journalist from Armenia, reports 21-Sep-2015
Pyaasa Revisited: Meeting the people's p Guru Dutt's cult film Pyaasa (1957) fully restored now is going to be screened at the 72nd Venice Film Festival this year in the Competition Section for restored films. In a scenario when many classics of India cinema are getting threatened with extinction, it is good news indeed, TWF correspondent Shoma A. Chatterji reports 04-Sep-2015
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