Siddhant Adlakha

Siddhant Adlakha is a critic and filmmaker from Mumbai, though he now lives in New York City. They're more similar than you'd think. Find him at @SiddhantAdlakha on Twitter

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‘The Human Surge 3’ Offers a 360-Degree View of the World

Don’t judge a film by its title—director Eduardo Williams’ latest release at TIFF is a thoughtful stunner

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‘Jawan’ Features Two Shah Rukh Khans for the Price of One

Bollywood’s king is pitted against himself in a ludicrous, charismatic explosion

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Miyazaki’s Final Movie is Finally Out

The Japanese maestro’s ‘The Boy and the Heron’ has its international premiere in Toronto, but the general public will have to wait for its release in November/December

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The Impossible Adaptation of ‘Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents’

Ava DuVernay’s ‘Origin’ premieres at the Venice Film Festival

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Remembering That One Time Pro Wrestling Came to Pyongyang

In light of last weekend’s mega wrestling event in the U.K., we take a look back at the biggest wrestling show of all time, and its attempts to bridge relations between Japan, North Korea, and the U.S.

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The Latest from India’s Most Enrapturing Filmmaker

Dominic Sangma’s new film “Rimdogittanga” (or “Rapture”) combines violence, politics, and spirituality

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Vicious Modern Classic ‘Oldboy’ Returns to Cinemas

As Park Chan-wook’s revenge thriller turns 20, we take a look back at its visceral thrills

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‘Love in Taipei’ Is A Warm, Fuzzy Escape

A departure from the novel, this YA adaptation provides plenty of fun

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A Queer Pakistani Social Drama is Finally Freed

After years of censorship and fundamentalist backlash, ‘Zindagi Tamasha’ has finally been released online