Describing the life ban imposed on him by the BCCI as the biggest setback in his life, disgraced India pacer S Sreesanth maintained he had not done any wrong in the spot-fixing scandal and Indra Kumar's Grand Masti portrays women as nothing but absolute objects that need to be exploited. These were some of the most read stories on the website. Read more.
Showed no mercy, got no mercy: Delhi gang-rape convicts get death
Mukesh Singh, Vinay Sharma, Pawan Gupta and Akshay Thakur will be hanged hang, a fast-track court pronounced on Friday, nine months after the four and two others destroyed the life of a young woman on a moving bus in New Delhi and shook India’s conscience.
Sreesanth vows to overcome crisis, stage comeback
Describing the life ban imposed on him by the BCCI as the biggest setback in his life, disgraced India pacer S Sreesanth on Saturday maintained he had not done any wrong and would prove his innocence in the spot-fixing scandal.
Critics' review: Respect women? Don't watch Grand Masti
Indra Kumar's Grand Masti, a film that portrays women as nothing but absolute objects that need to be exploited to their utmost 'potential', releases on the very day that the decision for the heinious rape and murder of a young woman is declared. Coincidence or not, critics are thoroughly disgusted.
Anupama Chopra's review: Grand Masti is offensive, avoidable
Vivek Oberoi and Aftab Shivdasani in drag, kissing each other. A heavily-endowed woman talking about 'doodh ki factories'. Criminals known as the 'nanga gang' who enter homes and rape women. Every 10 minutes or so, you hit a low point and think that the film can't possibly sink any further, but Kumar and co-writer Milap Milan Zaveri surprise you. They lower the bar yet again.