Sobhita Dhulipala on her debut film Raman Raghav 2.0.
A new documentary offers a fresh perspective on the transgender community
Pratik Sharma on his award-winning film Gutrun Gutargun, which opens up a conversation about the lack of sanitation in rural India.
Nandita Das on her next directorial venture, Manto, a film that encapsulates seven crucial years in the life of Saadat Hasan Manto.
Director Raam Reddy on his National Award-winning debut film, Thithi, which is set for a release in theatres this June
Filmmaker Shatabdi Chakrabarti’s documentary, Ink-in my Body, attempts to understand the relationship between body art and women
Nilanjan Datta talks about his film The Headhunter, winner of the National Award for the Best Film
in Wancho language
Samujjal Kashyap on his documentary Tezpur-1962, which won the National Award for the Best Investigative Film this year.
A quest to understand the ways of filmmaking led OP Shrivastav to make a feature film on his mentor. Life in Metaphors-A Portrait of Girish Kasaravalli has won a National Award for Best Biographical Film this year.
Bijukumar Damodaran talks about the making of his National Award-winning Malayalam film
Mumbai-based Anaka Kaundinya’s first documentary shows how education in government schools need not be cliched.
Author of bestselling novels such as The Rozabal Line, Chanakya’s Chant and The Krishna Key, Ashwin Sanghi is known for delving into history and mythology.
'Yoga doesn’t start by taking instructions in yog. It starts when you seek the truth of life.'
An exhibition offers a glimpse into the cultural heritage of the Rampur state.
Artist Babu Eshwar Prasad on turning into a film director with Gaalibeeja
Pankaj Butalia talks about his forthcoming projects and a film that pays tribute to Urdu poet Nida Fazli.
Two performing groups from Europe will present mime, music and poetry.
Director Manju Bora about her film Dau Huduni Methai and life in Assam.
Acclaimed Australian singer Emma Donovan was in the Capital to perform and celebrate the culture of indigenous Australians.
Roma peoples live in some 30 countries across West Asia, Europe, America and Australia. The largest Roma community is in Turkey — around 2.75 million.