Shweta Sharma

Articles By Shweta Sharma

The Joker’s laugh is a real medical condition; know what is it

"Diagnoses would include tests such as 'Pathological Laughing and Crying Scale', in which the doctor could ask various questions like how long the episode lasted, how they affect your mood and social situation, and how much distress did the individual feel afterwards."

Alternate stardom: Documentary peeks into the world of Bollywood duplicates

Ramsha Alam's documentary film, Hubahu — which took two years to film and edit — beautifully juxtaposes the actors' stories, showing them all dressed up for shows, while also relaxing at home and spending time with family.

I do have bad skin days: Shraddha Kapoor

The Saaho actor shares the secret to her flawless skin, while revealing her five beauty essentials.

Chef and explorer Ranveer Brar is rediscovering stories and flavours of the Himalayas

Shot over 45 days, chef and host Ranveer Brar's latest show, Himalayas – The Offbeat Adventure explores Ladakh, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand regions.

I don’t have an exercise routine: Milind Soman

Ahead of women's run Pinkathon, which is scheduled for September 8 in the national capital, the supermodel tells about his fitness mantra and why it is important to lead a healthy lifestyle.

I wanted a whimsical home that could take monstrous children and muddy dogs: Twinkle Khanna

Khanna, who is married to Padman actor Akshay Kumar, reveals her decor mantra, shares tips and also tells us about one of the most common décor mistakes people make.

As a director, I can create a new world on stage: Shivani Tanksale

Based on a radio play by author Annie Zaidi, Jam was the South Asia region winner of BBC’s international playwriting competition and is now all set to be performed as part of the Old World Theatre Festival in the capital.

Not easy to compete with cis women: Naaz Joshi, India’s first transgender to win Miss World Diversity title thrice

Joshi, who underwent a sex reassignment surgery in 2013 and started her modelling career eventually, shares her journey with

Fun and therapy: Guess what clowns are doing in hospitals

"The theme could be blowing out a birthday cake to get a child to breathe deeply. Or we could say we are a feather and the child can blow us around the room. We can get caught up in curtains or actually be blown all the way out of the door," says Fif Fernandes.

CCD owner VG Siddhartha dead: Why mental health remains a taboo in India

VG Siddhartha's death highlights the extreme stress and emotional distress entrepreneurs can be under. "No matter how glitzy and successful your life appears to the outside world, it's a lonely place at the top."

I am inspired by Priyanka Chopra and Aishwarya Rai: Dilani Selvanathan, first Sri Lankan Tamil to reach Miss England finals

The 19-year-old shares she was lucky to have a family who understood her passion and allowed her to pursue her dream.

Couture space in India has witnessed an evolution of magnitudes: Designer duo Shantanu and Nikhil

Designer duo Shantanu & Nikhil on their new collection, the inspiration and how the label has stood the test of time.

Marathons are all about endurance, body control and stamina: Limca Book Record holder Siddhartha Ghosh

Sharing tips for youngsters who would like to run marathons in the future, Siddhartha Ghosh says the most important thing is to believe in one's dream until you finally achieve it.

Yogita Arun Tambe, a visually-impaired music teacher, enters Limca Book of Records

The 34-year-old from Mumbai created a world record for playing 50 instruments in 49 minutes. Tambe is proficient in tabla dholki, nagara, dimdi, halagi, dholak, nashik dhol, tasha, damaru, sambal, tal, manjiri, khanjiri, zhanj, and ghungru, among others.

Give us our basic rights and equality: LGBTQ activist and director of Outcast by Birth

The 25-year-old independent filmmaker talks about the film, what the Pride Month means to her and what needs to be done to ensure that voices from the community are no longer ignored.

People still think yoga is a spiritual system meant only for the seekers: Yoga therapist Bijoylaxmi Hota

Some basic things to keep in mind while practicing yoga include choosing the right yogic routine that suits ones body’s requirements and following all the rules of yoga, suggests Bijoylaxmi Hota.

You’re unknowingly eating plastic everyday. Here’s what it does to your body

A study revealed that the average person could be consuming about 2,000 tiny pieces of plastic every week, which is approximately 21 grams a month, just over 250 grams a year.

I am an instinctive writer: Manav Kaul

The actor, who played Vidya Balan's husband in the film Tumhari Sulu, talks about his love for writing short stories and why he gets bored very easily.

‘Children are the toughest audience you can possibly get’: Venita Coelho

Venita Coelho, who has seven published novels to her name, talks about her latest book, All of Me, and the challenges of writing for a young audience.

Sari is the most modern garment, one which can be perceived in so many different ways: Designer Sanjay Garg

Raw Mango founder and textile designer Sanjay Garg is a name to reckon with in the fashion industry. In this interview, he talks about his latest collection and who it has been designed for.