Subodh Bhave on being titled as a biopic king, his hunger for roles and why Marathi cinema is the current darling of the country
A filmmaker engages with migrants and identity through his documentary
Abhinaya Darpan, a unique theatre idea conceptualised by Chakresh Kumar, hopes to clock over 140 hours of performance, and will take the audience through an engaging journey of different characters in society
Theatre director Atul Kumar, whose latest play Detective Nau-Do-Gyarah evokes the Bombay of the ’40s, speaks about developing the script and the stage production.
Noted lyricist and poet Gopal Das Saxena 'Neeraj' passed away on July 19 at the age of 93 due to prolonged illness. Here's remembering how the magic of his words left a lasting impression.
Atul Kumar on exploring content and form of theatre through three new productions
This isn’t the first time that Tyeb Mehta’s paintings have fetched such a high price. With Kali (1989) being sold at a whopping Rs 26.4 crore, here are some of his other popular art works.
Chandan Gomes weaves a discussion around loneliness and online relationships using his photographs at the prestigious Rencontres d’Arles festival in France
Ramji Bali, Director, of the new National School of Drama, Varanasi, on Indian classical theatre and giving youth a choice. In 1998, Bali joined NSD and graduated in 2001.
Ishaan Khatter on preparing for his role in Dhadak and the importance of being challenged as an artiste. Growing up, Khatter's influences were not only actors but musicians, dancers, and filmmakers too.
With the help of VR goggles, visitors can see 3D holograms of ships and marine life floating above them in the flooded square in an augmented reality display.
In her latest project, ‘Sexism in Comic Book ART’, 21-year-old Shreya Arora flips the narrative and makes men pose like women on superhero comic covers to show how absurd it looks.
A bunch of artists from the LGBTQI community in Kerala have painted their perspectives of homosexual intimacy on canvas. Three years ago, the first edition of the exhibition was held in Kochi with five artists, all of them from Kerala.
Known as Sher-E-Punjab (Lion of Punjab) for his powerful military in his 48 years of reign, Maharaja Ranjit Singh's kingdom spread over undivided Punjab (modern day northwest India and Pakistan).
Pratap Jadhav, president, IIID, on plans for a design charter and taking design to the masses.
A travelling exhibition on architecture provokes conversations around the profession, the imagination, and ways of resurrecting cities
An exhibition hopes to put spotlight on the folk artists of India
An ongoing group exhibition in Mumbai questions the nature of waste and whether discarded objects can ever be given new dignity.
Ludhiana-based poet Sukhwinder Amrit, 64, pens the pain of Punjab in this verse: “Our youth, our Punjab is dying. If not today, then when will we use this pen?”
Dancer-choreographer Kalpana Raghuraman on Indian dance, Dutch music, the individual and the group
A recent study states that putting oneself in others' shoes in an attempt to understand their point of view and know them better is actually inaccurate. Relying on intuition is not the best method to understand what others are thinking.
White rice is what gives rice its bad reputation for causing diabetes or weight gain. Brown rice, on the other hand, does exactly the opposite! Here's an easy and delicious recipe for Brown Spinach Rice that you can try out.