Rushil Dutta

Articles By Rushil Dutta

Never Back Down

As city-based Paraplegic Rehabilitation Centre in Khadki turns 40, a sporting event organised by a support group commemorating the same showcases the joie de vivre in each patient's heart

Divided colours of India

Young theatre director and playwright Amey Pangarkar’s award-winning play Antarang seeks to understand contemporary Indian society through the prism of religion

The Raindrop melodies

Vocalists Devaki Pandit and Shounak Abhisheki perform at the Barkha Ritu festival to celebrate the advent of the monsoon

And the Germans cried in celebration

Germans and German fans in Pune city celebrate the grand win of Germany in the FIFA 2014 World Cup.

Unrest topples studies, Kurdish students ready to rush back

Lack of avenues for education in Iraqi Kurdistan brought them to India.

A shared Reality

To commemorate World Environment Day, city-based theatre director Kaustubh Bankapure staged a play tracing the story of a terminally-ill man, who dedicated his twilight hours to an environmental cause

Law of Gravity

Visual effects producer Richard Graham on his work in the film Gravity and his views on where VFX is headed.

Leap In Time: how two ace lensmen redefined photography

Behind the photographs at Pune’s ‘Leap in Time’ exhibition, are stories of two daring German sharpshooters and the times they lived in.

Break and make

In Pune for a workshop, London-based contemporary dancers Nathaniel Parchment and Carl Pattrick exhibit a keen interest in Indian classical dance forms

Post Script

Gajjendra Ahirey’s next film revolves around a postman and his wife, and how their story capsules three others

Back to Life

Delhi-based garage rock act Superfuzz, who shot to prominence in 2007 but disbanded, are back in business after six seasons.

Back to Life

Delhi-based garage rock act Superfuzz, who shot to prominence in 2007 but disbanded, are back in business after six seasons

Tribal Trail

An ongoing exhibition in the city offers a peek at the tribal handicraft and culture.

Thread Bare

Designers Gunjan Arora and Rahul Jain create abstract art using waste threads.

Pulp Fiction

Artist Bharati Pitre’s papier-mâché sculptures tell stories of the unsung people in society.

Uneven flow

Lightning Bolt,their 10th offering,opens with Getaway,a spunky starter cast in a tight and safe verse-chorus-verse format.

All Things Sublime

Ahead of his exhibition in the city,Hoshnar Kaikobad on how his art can be best described as ‘Impressionistic realism’.

Maestros enthrall as Sawai fest gets under way

The evening boasted of a celestial line-up and stellar performances by some of the stalwarts of classical music.

Aura Fixer

By infusing his experience of pranic healing,Delhi-based painter Yogi Sunando Basu intends to visually heal the patrons of his works.

The Avant Garde

Czech composer and band leader of Prague Jazz Quartet,Milan Svoboda is touring the country with idiosyncratic interpretations of jazz.