Parth Khatau

Articles By Parth Khatau

Vintage cars turn shutterbug magnets on Mumbai streets

The rally consisted of over 200 vintage cars and bikes. Owners interacted with one another, and discussed and shared the restoration and maintenance work carried out on their respective vehicles.

Today, Mumbai streets to be home to over 200 vehicles from an era gone by

“The process of restoring and maintaining these cars is as satisfying as driving them,” said Viveck Goenka, president of WIAA and Chairman of The Indian Express Group.

Salman Khan knows the pulse of the audience: Notebook director Nitin Kakkar

Director Nitin Kakkar on his upcoming film, Notebook, and shooting in Kashmir.

At Mumbai’s 1st children’s museum, an exhibition curated by kids

The museum displays a wide range of art, from ancient sculptures to contemporary paintings, depicting India’s rich culture and heritage, re-interpreted through a child’s imagination.

Families in Food: A Bhujing restaurant with no menu card, and serves by the kilo

From the humble to the powerful, this unique meat and poha dish has fans everywhere.

Show of Hands

An interactive art exhibition in Mumbai allows visitors to touch, feel and even eat the materials used

An interactive art exhibition in Mumbai allows visitors to touch, feel and even eat the materials used

The show includes works by other well-known artists such as KG Subramanyan, Jehangir Sabavala, Manjit Bawa, P Perumal, Laxma Goud, Ranbir Kaleka, Jitish Kallat, Reena Kallat and Archana Hande.

Don’t let rejection bring you down: Luka Chuppi actor Kartik Aaryan

Actor Kartik Aaryan talks about his upcoming release Luka Chuppi, relationships and the importance of marriage.

London-origin Soho House, a club and hotel chain, is Bollywood’s latest hangout joint

With the iconic view of the Arabian Sea and the city’s skyline, Soho House has a rooftop area and gym, a private theatre, a member’s lounge area and 38-bedrooms (open to public on booking) with a preference given to the global and local members.

Ours is a country of free thinkers: Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra

Filmmaker Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra on his latest movie Mere Pyare Prime Minister, censorship vs certification, and making biopics.

A drive down memory lane

Vintage beauties, supercars, superbikes take part in rally to mark 100 years of Western India Automobile Association

Courts are there to exercise a restraining influence on authority: Justice Chandrachud

In the build-up to the judgment last September, Chandrachud has spoken about how he and his wife have friends in the LGBT community.

Double delight: Ahead of Chinese New Year, Parsi man’s fortune cookies spread some cheer

Though fortune cookies have nothing to do with authentic Chinese culture, they are predominantly served as complementary after-dinner treats in Chinese restaurants across the world.

Caste to sexism, the rappers rhyming about social issues across India

As Gully Boy gives hip hop a good rep even before its big-screen release, a look at rappers amplifying social issues across India.

Those who dissent are persecuted, arrested and killed, says Nayantara Sahgal

Sahgal (91) was speaking at an event that paid homage to Mahatma Gandhi on his 71st death anniversary.

Eye in the Sky

Three stargazers are reaching out to others with Space Geeks Mumbai.

Reality bytes

An interactive exhibition explores the uses and abuses of digital technology

A festival in Mumbai seeks to adapt ancient dance forms for the modern attention span

Six dance forms — Odissi, Kathak, Bharatnatyam, Kuchipudi, Kathakali and Mayurbhanj Chhau — will be presented, besides two dance workshops.

Emraan Hashmi: Why Cheat India exposes the defunct education system in India

Actor Emraan Hashmi on his role in Why Cheat India, the education system, and #MeToo in Bollywood.

Mom’s the Word

Gaa Re Maa celebrates differences between the old and the new, using music as a tool