Filmmaker Vikas Chandra on his new short, rooting for the personal, and working with Zakir Khan
Director Shashank Khaitan on adapting Sairat, staying true to the locale, and casting newcomers
A short film on commercial child trafficking addresses the need to punish customers and curb demand
As Vimor completes 45 years, a look at the legacy it has braided with the weaver community
Actor Mantra Mugdh on essaying the role of a contemporary genie in the Indian adaptation of Disney’s Aladdin
The clumsy attempts at censorship don’t stop
Pratap Jadhav, president, IIID, on plans for a design charter and taking design to the masses.
Mountaineer-author, Harish Kapadia, 72, who has been editing the Himalayan Journal for 37 years, has written books such as Siachen Glacier: The Battle of Roses, Spiti: Adventures in The Trans-Himalaya, Exploring The Hidden Himalaya, among others.
A Mumbai based ‘movie-on-demand’ company is helping indie filmmakers reach out to a diverse audience in smaller cities
How fans Cheered and sighed at the screenings of the World Cup semi-finals at the Embassies of France and Belgium in New Delhi.
A travelling exhibition on architecture provokes conversations around the profession, the imagination, and ways of resurrecting cities
Janhvi Kapoor on her debut film Dhadak and coping with her personal loss during the film’s making.
An exhibition hopes to put spotlight on the folk artists of India
Who do we talk about when we speak of gender warriors in India? A new book has some answers
Sacred Games: In this saga of crime and politics, Anurag Kashyap directed the parts of the show which centred around Nawazuddin Siddiqui, who plays Ganesh Gaitonde, and Vikramaditya Motwane directed the ones with Saif Ali Khan, who portrays Sartaj Singh, a Sikh cop.
Former foreign secretary Muchkund Dubey brings poetry by baul doyen Lalon to Hindi readers.
An ongoing group exhibition in Mumbai questions the nature of waste and whether discarded objects can ever be given new dignity.
Bollywood actors Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter on their upcoming film Dhadak, facing the bricks and bouquets and wanting to prove themselves.
Krishna Kumari was blessed with the fullest of lives, though not the happiest, nor ever easy. In fact, at the best of times there was a shadow lurking around the corner.
The entire country is frantically googling “shared psychosis” and speculating how a seemingly normal family — who were dancing at one of the victim’s engagement two weeks ago — could become unwitting participants in this gruesome tragedy.