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Radhika Singh


A Fly in the Curry: A book on the history of independent documentary films
Sun, Jun 18, 2017

Series of chapters in the book focuses on different aspects of documentary filmmaking in India such as its colonial and post-colonial history and the equation between documentary films and state-market forces.

‘Religion is one thing people are reluctant to talk about’
Thu, Apr 27, 2017

Comic Vir Das on his latest Netflix show, self-censoring and getting funnier with age.

Guilt-Free Indulgence
Sat, Apr 15, 2017

Candy & Green serves vegetarian fare that is light and delicious

Sign of Three: Three women address mental illness through their art
Tue, Apr 11, 2017

Reshma Valliappan’s paintings, for instance, are used in therapist conferences to illustrate what someone with schizophrenia goes through.

Behind the Scene
Thu, Apr 06, 2017

Women cinematographers talk about navigating a male-dominated industry and the impetus for forming a collective

Kishori Amonkar cremated: ‘To get another Amonkar is impossible’
Wed, Apr 05, 2017

Amonkar’s disciple, Pandit Raghunandan Panshikar, called her irreplaceable.

Struggles of Screenwriting
Sat, Mar 25, 2017

The Indian film industry may have evolved, but screenwriters still feel stifled

Laws dictating censorship need to be within constitutional limits, says filmmaker Shyam Benegal
Thu, Mar 23, 2017

“Most people don’t understand the importance of cultural expression. Censorship is just a by-product of that,” director Vishesh Bhatt, talking about the laws dictating censorship in India.

Women in Action
Thu, Mar 23, 2017

FICCI Frames Convention hosts a panel discussion on Bollywood's new found love for movies with gender-neutral scripts and misogyny media and entertainment industries.

City at Eye Level
Thu, Mar 09, 2017

In its third year, the FOCUS Photography Festival hits the streets of Mumbai, giving an opportunity to engage with artists

Brush with Mythology
Sat, Mar 04, 2017

Artist Bharat Tripathi’s paintings of scenes from the Ramayana are simple and vivid.

Troubles with Translation
Mon, Feb 27, 2017

A panel discussion at the Gateway LitFest takes up the issue of translations.

All films made in Mumbai not part of Bollywood: Adoor Gopalakrishnan
Sun, Feb 26, 2017

The two-day festival has a number of interesting panel discussions, ranging from subjects such as translations of literary works to literature in languages without a script.

Regional Narratives
Fri, Feb 24, 2017

The Gateway LitFest brings together authors from all over India to discuss trends in regional literature.

Up, Close and Unplugged
Wed, Feb 22, 2017

Sofar Sounds allows you to listen to artistes in novel and intimate settings through secret pop-up gigs.

On a Wing and a Prayer
Mon, Feb 20, 2017

An exhibition of Mumbai-based artist Garima Gupta’s works documents Papua New Guinea’s endangered birds of paradise

Sounds from the Desert: Asin Khan Langa brings rural Rajasthan to Mumbai with his Sindhi Sarangi
Sat, Feb 18, 2017

Langa's performance is the first of a series called Sounds of the Soil, a dedicated folk music series curated by the G5A Foundation for Contemporary Culture.

Veenapani Chawla: Mumbai’s Adishakti lives on through its late guru
Tue, Feb 14, 2017

Though Chawla's death shook it, Adishakti has managed to push through its difficulties successfully.

Meditating on Music
Fri, Feb 03, 2017

At the Sannidhi Festival, the audience is able to experience authentic classical music and dance.

The Conducting of Carlos Rizzi
Fri, Feb 03, 2017

The world-renowned conductor talks about his love for classical music and conducting for the Symphony Orchestra of India in Mumbai.

Long-billed Dowitcher sighted in Thane creek
Wed, Feb 01, 2017

Standing erect on a mudslab was smallish bird with a long bill, greenish at the base, with a white lower back and yellow-green legs.

A Table by the Sea
Sat, Jan 28, 2017

Kiki’s Cafe and Deli, where good food complements a relaxed vibe and beautiful views, is Mandwa Jetty’s newest eatery.

Raise a Toast
Thu, Jan 19, 2017

The opulent Matahaari, Mumbai's newest nightclub in Worli, digs its heels in classic style to say its arrived.

When you’re a celebrity, people believe they own you: Karan Johar
Tue, Jan 17, 2017

As his close friend Shah Rukh Khan launches his memoir, Karan Johar talks about relationships, his paternal instinct and perils of being a celebrity

Zeitgeist for Zines
Sat, Jan 14, 2017

Bandra-based Underground Bookhouse, part of Bombay Underground, is curating a travelling zine festival