Composers Salim-Sulaiman, known for their commercially successful soundtrack in Chak De India, have refrained from too much frenzy and come out with something edifying and uplifting.
The Indian film industry may have evolved, but screenwriters still feel stifled
Eleven artists from India and Sri Lanka respond to the scared cities of Varanasi and Anuradhapura, replicating their rhythm and complexities in their work
Deepan Sivaraman’s ambitious production, The Legends of Khasak travels to Jaipur this weekend. A look at the unusual actors who make up the cast of the play
Michelin-starred chefs Sriram Aylur and Srijith Gopinathan talk about the unacknowledged potential of Indian food and their shared love for coconut.
Pakistani author Reema Abbasi on tracing the history of Khwaja Muinuddin Chishti, being called a heathen and the cultural appropriations of Sufism.
Subhadeep Guha on soul-searching for Understanding Macbeth and why politics interests him
Ending her break, actor Drew Barrymore returns as a suburban realtor with a cannibalistic streak
FICCI Frames Convention hosts a panel discussion on Bollywood's new found love for movies with gender-neutral scripts and misogyny media and entertainment industries.
Hemant Sagar of Indo-French label Lecoanet Hemant on their retrospective exhibition and why fashion needs technology
A group exhibition explores social and political divergence
Author and historian Swapna Liddle walks through the lanes of Chandni Chowk in Old Delhi, telling stories of war, murder, aspiration and devotion
An exhibition looks at Baroda’s place in Indian art photography through the works of three major artists
The finale of the AIFW 2017 was all about sustainable fashion and Mughal-inspired motifs
A film on the designs of Delhi-based architect Raj Rewal draws attention to the architecture that honours the vernacular yet is technologically sound
Lehanga jhaake, sung by Indu Sonali, captures exactly what the film aims to. Sonali is fantastic in her rendition of the double entendre as the thump pounds are offered by the extremely talented Sachin Sawant.
As India’s first children’s literature festival, Bookaroo bags award at the London Book Fair, co-founders Swati Roy and Jo Williams talk about their journey.
Day Two of the Amazon India Fashion Week saw spunky and youthful designs grace the ramp.
The play Ganapati, directed by the late Veenapani Chawla, highlights the importance of dissent in Indian tradition.
In her latest exhibition, Tarini Sethi addresses people’s discomfort with their body image.
The ongoing Amazon India Fashion Week has brought handloom textiles and fabrics from across India into sharp focus.
Rajkummar Rao on his role in Trapped, what makes a method actor and his relationship with Hansal Mehta.
The Amazon India Fashion Week Autumn-Winter 2017 started with an ode to handwoven fabrics.
Designer Sanjay Garg on the launch of his flagship store in Mumbai and his quest to keep tradition relevant.
Veteran artist Paramjit Singh’s invented landscapes borrow from his numerous travels and imagined territories.
Ravinder Randhawa on writing songs for Anaarkali Of Arrah and the need for making political assertion through art.
Tarun Tahiliani and Amit Aggarwal talk about their joint finale show at the Amazon India Fashion Week.
The allegations against TVF founder Arunabh Kumar have opened a can of worms, and also put focus on the ‘bro code’ prevalent in start-ups.
Thousands of couples in India are seeking divorce for the simplest and best of reasons, that they no longer like each other.
Perciyal’s next project is wooden books.“I am making books with wood from old wooden doors, which came from Burma. The idea is to have enough books to shape a library,” she says.
Uttar Pradesh’s Kheriya is a village largely inhabited by glass bangle-making Muslim families.
Yuki Ellias reworks the Ganpati myth in Elephant in the Room and wins the META for Best Actor (Female).
In the world of music, Holi represents the day of being swamped with colour till no identity is left.
For everyone else, Holi may be a ‘riot of colours’ but for us, it has always been the time to splurge on forbidden delights.
Bhima, shortlisted for META 2017, explores masculinity and vulnerability in a mythological hero
Artist-writer Shakti Maira’s latest exhibition is an affirmation of his thoughts on pluralism