From Sartaj In Sacred Games To A Naga Bounty Hunter In His Next, Saif Ali Khan Talks About Experimenting
With the Netflix adaptation of Sacred Games, Saif Ali Khan’s online debut, he tells Shweta Mehta Sen why he’s currently enjoying his craft more than ever
COVER STORY: Swara Bhasker – Brilliant. Beautiful. Unapologetic
The outspoken actress talks to MW about her unconventional career choices and passionate activism on social media
COVER STORY | Virat Kohli And His Quest For Greatness
(INTERVIEW) Will the Dark Knight of Indian cricket, Virat Kohli become the greatest that there ever was?
Why Roger Federer Is Only Going To Get ‘Betterer’ In 2018
It sounds ridiculous to say this about the finest tennis player to have ever lived, but 2018 could well be Roger Federer’s year
COVER STORY: Ayushmann Khurrana – The Future Of Bollywood
From his very first film, Ayushmann Khurrana has charted a course no Bollywood actor with leading man aspirations would dare to. Knocking it out of the park ever since, his sensitive and progressive film choices definitely make him one of the most important actors of our generation – and a fine role model.
“I Was Already A Superstar In My Mind” – Sushant Singh Rajput
Happy Birthday, Sushant Singh Rajput. Here’s a lookback at our 2017 cover story where the actor talks about success, failure, nepotism and more.
From A Backup Dancer To A Star: Take A Look At Sushant Singh Rajput’s Inspiring Bollywood Journey
Happy Birthday, Sushant Singh Rajput!
COVER STORY: “Just Because I’m Not Playing International Cricket, It Can’t Cost Me My Happiness” – Shikhar Dhawan
“My kids don’t have a father coming back home every night. Even my wife has to sacrifice a lot,” Shikhar Dhawan tells us in a candid interview.
“Feels Like I’ve Had Two Babies This Year — Misha and ‘Padmavati’,” Shahid Kapoor
Given his position of being an industry veteran of sorts at only 36, Shahid Kapoor’s in a good place — he’s pacing himself well, cherry-picking roles that excite him and exploring new roles as a parent and entrepreneur with ease.
The Charming Mr. Khurrana
Ayushmann Khurrana’s films appeal to Indian audiences across social denominators, and the music in them is comfortable and romantic, with a touch of the 1990s. Does he lovingly remind India of its favourite decade?