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Critics say it's better than the book.

Mira Nair's adaptation of Pulitzer Prize winner Jhumpa Lahiri's The Namesake is a touching film, considered among the filmmaker's most heartfelt. Releasing in India on March 23, it stars Kal Penn, Tabu and Irrfan Khan.

Here's a special section with everything you need to know about the film.

Features
Review: Tabu, Irrfan shine
Column: Gogol on my mind
We should support Namesake
'Not targeting non-Asians'
Why Rani lost on Namesake
US raves about Namesake
Jhumpa's parent on Namesake
Why UTV backed Mira Nair
Namesake debuts at Telluride
The movie will make you cry
The Namesake is excellent
Nudity in Mira Nair's Namesake

Slide shows
NY welcomes The Namesake
Interviews
Mira: Discovered Irrfan 18 years ago
Tabu: Namesake was liberating
Irrfan: Don't believe in being loyal
Why Jhumpa Lahiri wept
Penn: Still difficult for Asian actors
The making of Namesake
Mira: Namesake is my story!
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