It doesn’t cost a lot to rehabilitate the homeless, says the director-animator Kireet Khurana who is out with his latest film, Ek Koshish.
Based on the legend of Gulabo-Sitabo — two warring sisters-in-law — the film has almost literal stand-ins: a landlord and a tenant. Mirza (Amitabh Bachchan), and Baankey (Ayushmann Khurrana) are perpetually at loggerheads over the mansion.
On June 15, with his demise, Indian art lost one of its prominent abstract artists. Keeping unwell for some months, Damodaran died at his Mayur Vihar residence in Delhi.
Directed by Nicholas Kharkongor, the film shows how insidiously prejudices weave themselves into our everyday lives and conversations
Filmmaker Sam Rega tracks four winners in his Netflix documentary Spelling the Dream to find the answer.
The Red Lion is said to have been set up in 1567 by John Brayne — who is also known to have built The Theatre, which once staged the plays of William Shakespeare in the 1590s.
While the annual Khusrau Urs at the Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya dargah, in New Delhi, may not be a physical celebration, the Rekhta Foundation brings together Sufi luminaries for a virtual festival today, from 8 pm to 12 midnight
Children are political beings, too. Anand Radhakrishnan’s light-hearted short film show that they can be devious and yet their love trumps all discord – something that adults have forgotten.
For Jitish Kallat, Frida Kahlo’s The Two Fridas melds imagery of healing and agitation all at once, Gigi Scaria finds in Sudhir Patwardhan’s Balcony a faraway destination that’s as important as one’s breath.
When government coffers offer no relief, initiatives like #ArtMatters aim to bring artistes together to help a crippled art community.
Filmmaker and textile designer Muzaffar Ali unveils his artistic side through an exhibition inspired by his journey and musings.
It is believed that the artwork -- which is a painting of a memorial candle burning the US national flag -- appeared in London, wherein thousands of people had gathered to protest Floyd's death.
Based on the short story, The Story Of A Clerk By Dilip Kumar, Nasir is the tale of an everyman, a symbolic clerk burdened by the anonymity of his position.
The painting itself seems an allegory for both the times in which we live in and the future for which the world hopes, said the museum's General Director Taco Dibbits.
In What are the Odds?, writer-director Megha Ramaswamy creates a whimsical world with offbeat humour and ‘quirky’ characters.
Gulabo and Sitabo are the heroines from glove puppetry theatre’s glorious days. The title of Shoojit Sircar’s film of the same name, starring Amitabh Bachchan and Ayushmann Khurrana, has brought this age-old folk art form from Uttar Pradesh under the spotlight, possibly giving it hope for revival.
For 15 years, Abhishek Majumdar has created plays on the fragility of human lives trapped in war and other upheavals. When the lockdown turned him into a relief worker, the award-winning theatre director found himself in a baffling new conflict zone.
Weinstein, as Untouchable demonstrates, did not carve out an insular narrative for himself. He was not an outlier. Instead, he was nourished and enabled by a system which constantly makes leeway for powerful men by identifying their misdeeds as ancillary to their position and absolving them.
To mark the artist’s 115th birth anniversary this week, we look at some of his significant works, such as Yaksha-Yakshi, Binodini, Sujata, Santhal Family and Girl with a Dog
Major attractions first need to be made safe for staff and visitors. Some of Europe's other major cultural sites are also taking their time to reopen.