From well-known Kalighat paintings to more experimental work on conch shells, there will be many on display.
Paired with an all-white jumpsuit that had a vicar collar, the green sash, which was woven with metallic gold thread broke the monotony of the all-white ensemble.
Golden Globe winner Brian Cox on season three of his show Succession, Brexit, and why he wishes to play Andrew Carnegie.
The Nepal Picture Library project is a powerful archive of women who have spoken truth to power.
Assam is the protagonist of Haque’s theatre. It flows as the Brahmaputra in Bubbles in the River (2018), a play about ethnic tribes that are threatened by globalisation.
A film on the late gallerists Kekoo and Khorshed Gandhy honours their legacy to Indian art and shows how art and politics are never far removed.
The Indian family is evolving. Don’t blame affluence for divorce.
For Bhaduri, impressionism and expressionism have been her starting points since she began painting in the ’70s. She studied art from SNDT, University of Mumbai, and a summer course from Sotheby’s Institute of Art, London.
A film questions the relevance of democracy and the ecology of its systems.
Never say die: After scoring big in her films over the last two years, which include Super 30, Batla House, and the critically acclaimed Love Sonia, Aankh Micholi marks Mrunal Thakur's debut in comedy.
Spain-based Nestor Navarro on his life as a puppeteer, and doing the best things in the world.
Bicky Singh, founder of SikhLens, the annual Sikh Arts and Film Festival in California, on bringing the festival to India, inspiring young filmmakers and creating awareness across the world about Sikh culture.
Actor Mrunal Thakur on her first comedy film, pursuing novelty and never giving up.
It was the first ‘pizza booth’ in Tricity offering giant slices and giant pizzas. Now, there are about 150 La Pino’z outlets in almost every state of India, says Sanam Kapoor, Founder of La Pino’z.
Fig at Museo has a hard time reconciling taste with the quest for health
As Eeb Allay Ooo! readies for its Berlinale premiere, actors Shardul Bhardwaj and Naina Sareen talk about their involvement with this sociopolitical satire
Saurabh Prashar reviews the maiden road safety book for Chandigarh by a Chandigarhian
Put together by World Comics India, a collective that promotes comics as a communication and empowerment tool for the marginalised, the book is an outcome of a workshop conducted by the organisation with around 50-60 Rohingya refugees in Kalindi Kunj and Nuh, Mewat.
Gokhale’s portrait of Shivaji Park restores the neighbourhood’s heterogeneous character, starting with some of the earliest historical evidence of the people who migrated here when Mumbai was still a cluster of islands and the only “natives” were fisherfolk and Adivasis.
In India for his debut tour, Tamil-Canadian rapper Shan Vincent de Paul feels like he’s finally come home.