Critique, but before that know yourself well

Mayank Shekhar being awarded the Ramnath Goenka Award for Excellence in Journalism, in 2007

Critiquing is a conscious act. And who better to explain the science of this art than the decorated film critic Mayank Shekhar. Recipient of the Ramnath Goenka Award for excellence in journalism, the editorial head of entertainment at the English daily newspaper Mid Day, Mayank has also authored three books — Bombay Talkies, Name Place Animal Thing, Cinema Ka Safar. He serves as a member of Central Board of Film Certification which scrutinizes if a film could be publicly broadcasted in theatres/television. In a quick interview, he speaks of the ingredients that go into conscious critiquing

Mayank Shekhar interviewing Kangana Ranaut for the award-winning podcast ‘Sit with Hitlist’

“Critiquing requires one to be aware of one’s internal thoughts and reflections, and the ability to express in a limited number of words. Everyone has internal biases that one should be aware of.”

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