Swetha Ramakrishnan

Articles By Swetha Ramakrishnan

Brown-eyed woman

From playing Prem’s girl-next-door sweetheart, Suman to a distraught mother of a missing child, Bhagyashree talks about getting back to acting full time with the TV show, Laut Aao Trisha

Music this week: Blacks and Blues

The Black Keys have openly spoken about being influenced by Bob Dylan and The Beatles.

Temple Run

A photobook on revered temple sites in Pakistan highlights a history of religious plurality.

Temple Run: A photo book on revered temple sites in Pakistan

The book includes close to 400 photographs of historic temples, rituals, practices and the local population.

Brown-Eyed Woman

Bhagyashree talks about getting back to acting full time with her new TV show.

My Sassy Girl: Brazilian graphic designer’s illustrations are a snarky take on women’s freedom

Brazilian graphic designer Carol Rossetti’s illustrations are a snarky take on women’s freedom.

Shadow lines

Two filmmakers from Pakistan and India explore the anecdotal side of Partition

Shadow lines

Two filmmakers from Pakistan and India explore the anecdotal side of Partition.

All That Noise

The first two tracks, All Is Fair In Love and Brostep and Recess, can’t be told apart even though he’s collaborated with two completely different artistes.

Artist Sreejata Roy’s exhibition recreates Tokyo’s Electric City

A busy square in Tokyo is a case study for an exhibition on public space and art

Goddess in the Details

Sinhala Buddhists and Tamil Hindus of Sri Lanka share a common faith in their worship of goddess Pattini or Kannaki. A travelling photo exhibition explores the points of connect and departure.

Delhi’s Gujaratis rejoice: Modi makes dreams happen

The capital’s oldest Gujarati association (established in 1897), with close to 1,500 members, was clearly ecstatic.

‘Modi makes dreams happen’: Delhi Gujarat corner erupts with joy

People poured into Shah Auditorium at Shree Delhi Gujarati Samaj,where a screen projected the results.

Radio Gaga

An online radio portal offers music by genres, playlists and a fresh wave of underground artistes.

Little Feat

Eureka! the city’s favourite children’s bookstore shuts down and goes online.

Revolutionary Lines

Rakhshanda Jalil’s new book features the Progressive Writers’ Movement.

Dreams in her Feet

Classical dance is the protagonist of a Pakistani documentary depicting love for the art form in Karachi in the ‘70s and ‘80s

Dreams in her Feet

Classical dance is the protagonist of a Pakistani documentary depicting love for the art form in Karachi in the ‘70s and ‘80s

Not Going to Waste

An exhibition uses raw, recycled materials such as tire tubes and plastic bags to make colourful artworks.

Ray of Light

An exhibition of photographs enables one to experience the magic of Satyajit Ray films

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