Kulkarni on exploring the non-fiction genre and his latest documentary, titled Kumbh, which chronicles the biggest gathering of humans
Stand-up comedian Gaurav Kapoor is all set to present his first solo.
The first avant garde textile museum in Ladakh strives to preserve rich Ladakhi art, craft and culture, to promote local artisans and those who practice traditional arts
Back on the big screen after four years in Bucket List, which marks her Marathi film debut, Madhuri Dixit looks back on her journey.
A documentary on drug abuse in Punjab
Hartwig Fischer, director of the British Museum, on representing two million years of Indian history in an exhibition, interconnections between cultures and the repatriation of artefacts
The Indian Express Film Club screened Kaasav, a Marathi film that addresses depression.
This summer, experts from the stage take children through the fine points of becoming a theatre artiste
Harish Vyas on directing a romantic comedy with middle-aged couples and keeping away from stereotypes
I feel failure gives you more than success in the long term... Even though my films didn’t do well or as well as I might have wanted them to, I thought it would make me stronger in some way, or change things for the better, says Imtiaz Ali.
A new book explores the relationship between Rabindranath Tagore and his Lithuanian disciple
National Award-winning films along with the best of regional cinema will be showcased in Delhi over the next 10 days as part of the 13th Habitat Film Festival.
Highlights from the Cannes red carpet over the weekend.
Tillotama Shome and Vivek Gomber, lead actors of Sir, which premiered at the Cannes Critics’ Week yesterday, talk about navigating the indie and mainstream film divide.
A Google search for the numbers of adults in legal battles with their parents doesn’t reveal clear statistics but going by the top three stories that surfaced, it appears India’s 40-somethings are a bunch of ruthless ogres, shoving their elderly into old age homes after they’ve grabbed all their assets.
Ahead of his next release Angrezi Mein Kehte Hain, Sanjay Mishra talks about who’s a ‘hero’ and the importance of applause for an artiste.
Satyajit Ray is here to stay. The master’s many languages – cinema, literature and art – are the subject of a retrospective in Delhi.
For the past four years, Sumitran, 56, an executive coach, has been championing sourdough, a process of bread-making that goes back 5,000 years.
Born in Karkala, a small town in Karnataka, Vasudeo Kamath grew up in the bustling metropolis of Mumbai. As a child, he used to draw lines on the walls and floors of his house, representing trains running on tracks.
Though indigenous flowers have been used extensively in regional Indian cuisines — both for their time-honoured therapeutic properties as well as taste — they, for long, have been conspicuous by their absence on the urban plate.