Baradwaj Rangan



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“it’s a fitting salute to a heroine who rose over bad costumes and unflattering cinematography (remember those days of relentless soft-focus?) to become the sole reason many of us watched Hindi films at one time. And all these years on, Madhuri Dixit still makes it look as easy as ek, do, teen.”
Baradwaj Rangan, Dispatches from the Wall Corner: A Journey through Indian Cinema

“to expect films to conform to objective evaluations based on abject realities of the world around us is to do the medium a great disservice. Art is too valuable to be consigned to the stultifying chore of chronicling the truth.”
Baradwaj Rangan, Dispatches from the Wall Corner: A Journey through Indian Cinema

“When we settle down with a book, or sink into seats at the multiplex, our only concerns are (a) what is being told, and (b) how it is being told. It is the foremost fundamental right of the creator to weave, for our benefit, enthralling fictions that revolve around what could be his notions of truth, but which may not correspond to our own.”
Baradwaj Rangan, Dispatches from the Wall Corner: A Journey through Indian Cinema



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