Mandeep Raikhy’s Queen Size, a compelling response to Section 377, poses questions of privacy and morality through intimacy.
Actor Ishteyak Khan on his latest directorial venture and his journey from Panna to Mumbai.
Lipika Singh Darai’s National Award-winning film is about childhood adventures and the price of development.
Purva Naresh seeks to bring alive two musical traditions — nautanki theatre and baithak singing — through her new play, Bandish 20-20000Hz.
Shabana Azmi’s photograph from over four decades ago shows how fundamentally the film festival has changed.
A fiercely private person, Sachin Tendulkar lets some ‘family moments’ slip into his upcoming biopic.
On display in a Dresden museum, is a showcase of the conservation work done by Mumbai’s CSMVS.
An exhibition at the National Museum takes one through a journey of the revered waters of Ganga and the urgent need to save it.
New age TV shows shock, and start a conversation on uncomfortable issues.
National Award-winning actor Vikram Gokhale on his upcoming Marathi film Khopa, his choice of roles and why he misses doing theatre.
A popular Japanese restaurant comes to town, offering an extensive menu that has something for everyone
The art community fears that GST will hit the already struggling art market
Tamas did get made and won the Nargis Dutt Award for Best Feature Film on National Integration but Nihalani is not sure if a Tamas is possible in today’s times.
In a Marathi play named Purush, Lagoo played an idealistic school teacher and anti-caste activist who seeks vengeance on a politician after he rapes her and turns her life upside down.
South African performer, writer and social activist, Xabiso Vili is slamming out explosive poetry on his tour of India
Reema Lagoo, who passed away on Thursday, changed the way mothers were shown in Hindi cinema, creating a new template of a cool mom. But the versatile actor cannot be defined by that role alone
Cult show Sarabhai vs Sarabhai returns with its humour and cast intact, after a gap of 11 years
With an innovative line of home decor, Haresh Mehta proves that corrugated cardboard, besides being eco-friendly and lightweight, is also durable
Manju Kak’s book, In the Shadow of the Devi: Kumaon, details the life and legacy of those who inhabit the region
Even before British popstar Ed Sheeran arrives in India, his global smash Shape of You, has many singing and dancing their desi versions
National award-winning documentary In the Shadow of Time focuses on the evolution of Ravan Chhaya, and the survival of the centuries-old shadow puppetry form in contemporary times
As her character in The Test Case trains to become the first woman commando in the Indian army, Nimrat Kaur talks about exploring a new medium through the web series
The controversy over writing credits in Kangana Ranaut’s upcoming film, Simran, highlights whether the industry gives screenwriters their due
Film and TV stars to play the dramatis personae in one of Delhi’s biggest Ramlilas
Guru Randhawa, the latest Punjabi export to Bollywood, on his days of struggle, breaking into the big league, and his current chartbuster Suit suit
Arjun Kapoor on being the quintessential Chetan Bhagat hero, his character in Half Girlfriend and why Vinod Khanna’s death shook him up
Singapore-based Argentine Ernesto Bedmar on his love for the tropics and questioning Indian architecture’s relevance in history
Don’t knock the couch conversations
A web series, Mothers and Daughters, investigates a confounding relationship.
Saqib Mir, owner of Kashmir’s first French bakery, on taking his enterprise to other cities in India.
An exhibition at the KNMA juxtaposes art with architecture, the modern with the contemporary.
Summer holidays call for a change of scene, which is just what theatre workshops promise to city children and young adults.
Justin Bieber came in for much criticism for lip-synching through most of his Mumbai concert. He isn’t the first and won’t be the last.
For actor Hema Malini, roles in movies might have dried up but dance doesn’t allow the artiste to call it a day.
Photographer Serena Chopra’s exhibition captures the landscape of Bhutan before the tiny Himalayan kingdom became a democracy in 2008.
Chefs from Rampur are unveiling secrets from their kitchens as part of a food festival in Delhi.