Jaskiran Kapoor is a columnist with The Indian Express.
"I feel India needs to earn its democratic status," said the actor Om Puri.
“To be honest, it’s never been easy,” says the leader and spokesperson of the group, 28-year-old Shravan.
Shashi Ranjan, who founded The Indian Television Academy with his wife Anu, made shows like Guftagoo and Jeena Isi Ka Naam Hai.
Produced by city-based Annu Bains, the film raises questions and unearths human nature
To mark Urdu writer and film director Rajinder Singh Bedi’s 100th birth anniversary, his grandaughter adapts one of his short stories for television.
Starting September 28, 'Lajwanti' is a story of separation and a twist of circumstances that question the sanctity of Lajwanti’s love and loyalty.
Three LGBT activists on fighting for their rights, identity and freedom.
A certified ethical hacker like Baghla, Soni points out the sharp increase in cyber crime and how one needs simplified books like these to tackle the same.
The festival will screen award-winning Indian and international short films and documentaries related to youth and LGBT, all curated from the Kashish Mumbai International Queer Film Festival.
How Nancy Frates mobilised millions with one ice bucket challenge.
Describing the character as one of her “most crucial, intense and important roles of her career,” Kangana Ranaut said this one goes beyond Datto from Tanu Weds Manu Returns.
Why music is just not for name, fame & money for these independent musicians at the Indie Fest
Madan Gopal Singh performed in the city on Saturday evening with his group Chaar Yaar, in Chandigarh for the ongoing three-day Sufi Sangeet Festival
Original, creative and unconventional is the sound promised by the upcoming WD Indie Fest to be held this weekend in Chandigarh.
The film takes its title from Khalistan militants Harjinder Singh Jinda and Sukhdev Singh Sukha, the assassins of General A S Vaidya.
Philippe Borrel’s A World Without Humans questions the headlong rush of techno-scientific progress.
"I want to do commercial films, hone my talent before I sign a Badlapur or Highway,” said Sooraj.
Shot in a tight budget and a compact two-hour running time, Bhandarkar’s approach to cinema is to deliver a ringside view of the true story.
Writer-actor Sukhmani Sadana talks about a new web series about live-in relationships.
Agent Raghav is not Sherlock Holmes, says Sharad Kelkar, who plays the detective.
Pandya feels this has been a long drawn agitation. “Students in my time, the eighties, also never had any say in the administrative matters.
A peek into the boutique of thought-provoking films by local filmmakers at the ongoing 4th Chandigarh Film Festival.
Court gave me clarity and faith, says National award-winning film’s producer-actor Vivek Gomber.
Back in India, Ustad Rahat Fateh Ali Khan plans to open music academies in Mumbai and Karachi.
Namit Das on playing a bumbling protagonist in the Hindi adaptation of Everybody Loves Raymond.
The index compares the cost of a three-night break during the summer travel months of June to August in nine key Indian cities.
Writer and creator Philip Rosenthal on the popular series Everybody Loves Raymond.
This plug-and-play model that can be customised according to space and need is revenue-generating and in public service.
So if you have missed out on a hostel seat in this admission season, don’t worry as you have plenty options to choose from.
Situated in sectors 10 and 33, these hostels-cum-PGs for boys and girls offer three-time meals, fully furnished bedrooms, attached bathrooms.
Ayub Khan says: “It is television in which I have got the opportunity to grow as an actor."
The ‘image building’ exercise continued with Anupam congratulating Kirron on being a ‘modern politician’.
Choreographer and actor Dharmesh on a new dance reality show and ABCD 2.
Ila Arun on finally making a debut on Coke Studio, celebrating folk fusion and working on a new album.
Its winding pathways, mysterious nooks, open spaces, swings, animals, birds and mythical creatures made of stone, waterfalls, brooks and mini bridges provided the ultimate location for shooting films and staging plays.
Dhruv Ghanekar's latest album is a heady concoction of Indian melodies and African harmonies.