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  • ‘Friends’ Reunion: The one where everyone gets nostalgic

    “Friends” was a show I watched with my grown-up cousins in the evenings on Star World. I was young – too young to watch Monica and Chandler kiss, or to understand what it actually meant when an enraged Rachel asks Ross about the girl at the copy machine, “how was she?” Yet, I learned to love the show before I even really watched it.
  • Meet the Eternals, Marvel’s group of immortal heroes

    Marvel Studios released the first trailer of the much-anticipated “Eternals” recently, in which audiences saw a new band of superheroes. The introduction of these new characters is a keystone in the next phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).
  • Bob Dylan at 80: Revisiting his memorable songs

    Few artistes have been significant for as long as Bob Dylan. Throughout the years, he has remained one of rock music’s most influential and striking figures. Although his importance in the world of music can be talked about for days on end, we take a look at some of his most memorable songs, marking his 80th birthday.
  • Remembering Satyajit Ray, the cinematic genius who left a benchmark

    Satyajit Ray, one of the world’s finest directors, producers, screenwriters, and authors, was born on May 2, 1921, in Kolkata. He died on April 23, 1992. This year marks his birth centenary.
  • Oscars 2021: The most diverse yet

    Even though the 2021 Oscars were arranged in the midst of a pandemic, it had its silver linings. The ceremony marked a moment of real change, when it came to celebrating diversity.