Cult Critic: The Film Magazine


Ananya Jana



Riya Saha

Nadim Iqbal

Antonio Rozich

Ananya Jana

Aindrila Chatterjee

Prarthana Mitra

Anirban Mal

Moumita Dev

Tushu Kundu

Monali Majhi

Kushal Bose

Sushovan Dutta

Subarna Chatterjee

Sadhana Devi Biswas


Raya Mandal

While he isn’t writing for Cult Critic, Antonio Rozich is working as a copywriter for a      filmmaking startup called Try Cinema. Besides his usual copywriting, he also helps filmmakers with their screenplays by editing them and finding the ways to improve the initialfilmmaker’s idea. When all of that is done, he turns to his true & original love: writing flash fiction, which he posts regularly on his site Syeta Stories.


Riya Saha is a Kolkata based writer, editor, journalist and cinephile. She has completed her masters with Journalism and Mass Communication from Calcutta University and currently working as a freelance journalist. Having a great interest in world cinema made Riya join Human Lab Corporation. She is passionate about setting goals and achieving them. She enjoys reading, writing, travelling, socializing and meeting people. She is also very fond of watching International movies.

Helen Wheels is a veteran of the arts; honing her skill as a painter for twenty plus years, she later discovered a love for theater and for the past decade has concentrated her efforts on writing, directing and producing independent film. She holds a degree in Digital Film Making from SCC and another in New Media Communications from SNHU. Helen is a monthly contributor to Cult Critic Magazine, where she interviews independent filmmakers and writes reviews for award-winning independent films.

Ananya Jana finished her master degree in Journalism and mass communication. She is the event coordinator. She loves to explore different genres of movie. She is a passionate writer and believes that real writing equals authentical writing without the veneer and excuses in order to reach the audience at a heart level. She believes that when she writes she comes alive and the energy zaps. Her passion for writing focuses on character-driven plotlines.

“Glamour is not for us, it’s for others”. Hearing that Aindrila came into the world of media. Her struggle started from her college days. She loves to communicate with people. Adventure is her first love. Worked in many Bengali media houses like Aajkaal, SNews during and after her university days. She loves literature, drama, cinema, football, and cooking. She loves to learn new things daily. According to her, communication and books make a person more knowledgeable.

Akarsh is someone whom you don’t want to talk to if you are not a cinephile as he will talk mostly (only) about films and shows in details while enacting the scenes. Hailing from Varanasi, he is currently working at Netflix customer service in  Mumbai. Akarsh likes to write in Hindi mostly. He is someone who wants to see his name on the silver screen in bold letter