Sanjeev Ramachandran


IV Sasi: The Filmmaker Who Injected Social Statements in Entertainers

A crowd manager and director rolled into one, he knew his art, perfectly well.


The Man Who Spurred Us to Laugh Off Bad Times

Something prompts me to go back and watch Jaane Bhi ... yet again. Kundan lives on, making me do some serious thinking on the affairs of the world around me.


HCI Allots 100 More Haj Seats to Kerala

Malappuram: A total of 11,413 pilgrims from the State would be able to perform Haj under the State Haj Committee as the Haj Committee of India (HCI) has allotted 100...


In a Land Where Play Spaces Get Hit for Sixers…

This simple flick is our voice - yours and mine - crying to be heard by the powers that be!


Meteorologists Should Speak in a Language that Can Interest the Common Man

There is an urgent need for effective and result-oriented weather communication, says


Grace Villa: Short, Sweet Stunner

Crime stories can be risky to narrate. But yet, Grace Villa thrives on the narrative.


Catering to Customers from J&K to the Smallest Town in Kerala

Our entire positioning is around customization, says Sagar Nagda, Co-owner of Skin4Gadgets.


Tamasha, Twisted and Torn

Tamasha is the depths that Imtiaz Ali could hurl himself into.


Women Who Dare

Rima and Manju need no more applause – they have gathered lots.


A Dark Night’s Ordeal

The Error & The Trial will be screened at a couple of international short film festivals.