Hailing from Kolkata and currently residing in New Delhi, Devaditya is a lawyer currently plying his trade with one of India's leading corporate law firms, having secured his law degree from Gujarat National Law University (GNLU), Ahmedabad, in 2014. He has co-authored three books, namely 'Internal Security in South Asia', 'Women and Sport in India and the World: Examining the History and Suggesting Policy Reforms' and 'The Legal Regime of Passage Rights through International Straits'. He has a keen interest in history, theology and politics, and a passion for Hollywood and Indian cinema (cutting across linguistic barriers), other than having been a singer and a district level cricketer and swimmer. He has also contributed articles to the newspaper Daily News and Analysis (DNA) as well as several reputed legal journals.
A level-headed top cop Danish Ali (Farhan Akhtar), off-duty on a lazy south Delhi afternoon, sees a wanted terrorist and starts chasing him. He’s chasing him through the ...On February 24, 2016 / By Devaditya Chakravarti
Movies penned by the Coen brothers are known for their archetypal display of quirkiness or, if you will, a sense of pretentiousness that requires for the audience to ...On January 13, 2016 / By Devaditya Chakravarti