Tag: Delhi writers

  • Speaking Volumes: Brothers in Arms

    Speaking Volumes: Brothers in Arms

    Early on in Brothers, Tapti, on her way home from visiting a prisoner in Tihar Jail, scans a newspaper and the headlines leap out at her; murder, rape. “Despite its vaunted spirituality, India is a bloodthirsty nation. Murder because you gave money, because you owed money, because you loved, or didn’t love, because you were […]