Sudha Murty, author and Infosys Foundation Chairperson on her latest book, Three Thousand Stitches, and why she will not write an autobiography.
An exhibition sheds light on the changes, from landscape to lifestyle, which have redefined the idea of India after Independence
The Gram Art Project in Maharashtra voices the issues facing farmers through land art
Dilip Gupta dug into his memories of watching launda naach in Bihar to create the play, Netua, about gender, caste exploitation and a dying art
Actor Plabita Borthakur, one of the leads in Alankrita Srivastava’s Lipstick Under My Burkha, on playing a college student who bends the rules, and coming into her own in her second film.
Actor Akshay Oberoi, remembered for his cameos in Piku and Fitoor, will be seen in a lead role in the upcoming crime thriller, Gurgaon.
Ahead of SH Raza’s first death anniversary on July 23, we ask his close associates to recall the relationship they shared with the veteran artist.
Through inscriptions, artwork, books and maps, the exhibition at IGNCA aims to revisit the tangible and intangible heritage associated with the epic.
Classical vocalist Lakshmi Sreeram on the similarities and differences between India’s two main schools of classical music.
Actor Bhumi Pednekar on Toilet: Ek Prem Katha and the change she hopes to bring through her work.
The film Turup discusses sociopolitical issues through community chess games played in Bhopal
Theatre director Rajesh Bali revisits a popular thriller, Arsenic and Old Lace.
Filmmaker Govind Nihalani on his directorial debut in Marathi cinema and censorship
Konkona Sen Sharma on being a good girl on screen, feminism in small-town India and how the CBFC helped Lipstick Under My Burkha.
Trend in Delhi successfully marries traditional Indian flavours with modern techniques of preparation and presentation.
Tom Alter performs Gandhi as “a man with an impish sense of humour” in the play, Mohan Se Mahatma.
American artist Louise Despont’s works display a fine balance of controlled technique and uninhibited vision
After creating a near-perfect dystopia, Ramachandra amps it up with Pt II and sonically transports you to a war zone.
The new Executive Chef at Delhi’s The Imperial Hotel, Prem Mogakula, recalls his mother’s kitchen and nightmarish pink sauce pasta
Dancer Uma Dogra on a festival that showcases new generations of performers
Artists from five countries depict sociopolitical rifts in the show, ‘Dissensus’
An animation franchise is taking children back to the days of grandma’s stories and traditional Indian art forms
Initiatives at MAMI seek to share the magic of cinema with children.
Cafe Jamia, a new space in Jamia Nagar, is designed as a hub for art, discussion and debate.
Actor Pankaj Tripathi on his memorable characters, playing a patriarch in Gurgaon and why he is like a pot of water.
Exhibited at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London in 2014, the last works of MF Husainwill now be showcased in the US for the first time.
After short films, web series and TV, Aahana Kumra gears up for her biggest release, Lipstick Under My Burkha.
Filmmaker Bidyut Kotoky follows the silk route for his musical travelogue, Guns and Guitars, which documents two things in the warp and weft of the Northeast — violence and music.
In this city, the Delhi Gymkhana Club and the Golf Club are still valiantly clinging on to their identity, of being the last bastions of old-world charm and propriety. However, this isn’t just about an outdated notion of a dress code that nobody but the babus at these august institutions care for.
The Ashadh Mela showcased food that has disappeared from our platters, in an attempt to establish a link between urban consumers and small-scale organic farmers.
With its new print studio, CONA Foundation furthers its vision of an open and integrative space for artists, designers and other creative practitioners.
Abhinet, the oldest theatre group of Chandigarh, is back with a festival of plays
Directed by Stephen Frears, Oscar-winner Judi Dench plays Queen Victoria. The film for the first time opens up the most scandalous chapter of colonial history in which a queen falls in love with her servant
Young artists from all over Punjab, chosen by Sudarshan Shetty for the Punjab Lalit Kala Akademi, share stories of their journey
The biggest mistake that pregnant women make is that they eat whatever they want as they think they are going to gain weight anyway.
Naveen Polishetty also spoke about working alongside Anil Kapoor, and what keeps him going. He plays Average Mishra in the recent Honest Engineering Campus Placements video, which has taken the virtual world by storm if the total hits — about 30 million — are anything to go by.
India Couture Week 2017 kicks off with Anamika Khanna Installation Show